Hillsborough showed no rust after last week's game versus Plant was canceled.
The Terriers clicked on every facet of the game Thursday as they defeated Chamberlain 47-0 at John Adcock Stadium.
Hillsborough quarterback Tarean Austin was 8-of-13 for 197 yards and three touchdowns (52 yards to Charles Lovett, 17 yards to Jordan Duval and 44 yards to Terrence Mitchell) and rushed for 46 yards.
Rodney Johnson, a transfer from Middleton, led the Terriers in rushing with 104 yards on just three carries, including touchdowns of 28 and 74 yards.
The game, though, was slowed by a parade of flags as the teams combined for 20 penalties for 185 yards.
Chamberlain (0-3) turned the ball over four times, three on fumbles, and was outgained 475-101.
" We had a chance to heal," Hillsborough coach Earl Garcia said.
"We are still not at 100 percent, but I am happy with the way we played and with the shutout."