48-7 routing comes almost entirely on the back of first half performance
by Keith Stewart
Maroa-Forsyth's quarterback Jack Hockaday demonstrated Friday night that he doesn't have to be on offense to score.
The junior who helped lead the trojans to a class 2A state title last year as a sophomore, recorded 77 yards rushing, including two touchdowns and 239 yards passing, responsible for another two scores, but then had an interception and run back for the Trojan's final points Friday in the third quarter.
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