Hillsborough 23, Chamberlain 7
Blake 19, Middleton 0
Spring game-breakers: Hillsborough's Dwayne Lawson tossed scores to Rudy Dawson and Michael Hampton and was 6-of-10 for 46 yards. He also ran for 87 yards and saw an 88-yard score nullified by a penalty. … Hillsborough's Anthony King returned a tipped pass 65 yards for a score. … Chamberlain's Deedrick Daniels saw a 68-yard punt return for a touchdown called back. … Seth Jordan (11-of-24 for 115 yards) punched in a touchdown for Chamberlain's lone score. … Blake's Anthony Jeffery scored from 1 and 9 yards, and Isaiah Rodgers caught Samuel Oxendine's 50-yard touchdown pass. … Blake held Middleton to minus-2 yards of offense and forced three turnovers.
Did you know? Hillsborough had more penalties (12) in the first quarter than offensive plays (11). It has 17 penalties for 127 yards over two quarters.
Audible 1: "That's the worst excuse for Hillsborough football in a half in my coaching career. That's the most embarrassing 24 minutes of my life right there. I promise you this: We'll be more disciplined, or I'll have a new football team. Simple as that." — Terriers coach Earl Garcia
Brandon Wright, Times correspondent