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Football: Sunlake 45, Hudson 0

HUDSON — Sunlake senior quarterback Jacob Jackson lived up to the hype in a convincing 45-0 victory over Hudson.

Jackson scored on the opening series, scrambling into the end zone for a 31-yard run. He found Eddie Burgos for his first touchdown pass of the night.

Jackson scored on a 2-yard burst for a 24-0 lead, then Zachary Henderson pulled in an 80-yard quick pass to make it 31-0. Henderson had two catches for 91 yards and one score. Jackson finished 10-of-13 for 225 yards and two passing TDs. He added 135 yards rushing on six carries with four TDs.

"The line and my receivers did their jobs blocking downfield." Jackson said. "Without them I don't have a game like this."

Cobras sophomore Owen Derksen had 62 yards on 12 carries.

Rodney Robinson, Times correspondent

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