Hubbard simply dominant

Hubbard, Ohio (WYTV) – Any concern over a let-down after last week’s big win over Poland was put to rest early as the Hubbard Eagles rolled through the Niles Red Dragons en-route to a 56-6 victory.

Jumping out in front early, Junior quarterback Cameron Ingram took the ball in from six yards out to put the Eagles up 7-0, but that was just the beginning for the Hubbard offense.

Then, with 8:05 remaining in the first quarter, it was Ingram connecting with George Hill on a 48 yard touchdown pass to increase the Hubbard lead to 14-0.

Still in the first, Ingram found Ethan Wassil on a 26 yard touchdown pass, making it 21-0 Eagles and the offense would not slow down.

With 2:56 remaining in the first quarter, L.J. Scott broke through the Red Dragon defense, scoring from 13 yards out, increasing the Hubbard lead to four scores.

With the score already getting out of hand, Isaiah Scott would get into the mix on a 59 yard touchdown catch from Ingram to push the lead to 35-0.

Then, in the second quarter, the Eagles would find the endzone for the sixth time in six possessions on another L.J. Scott 61 yard touchdown run, 42-0 Hubbard.

Later in the quarter, it was Ingram again from 11 yards out, making it 49-0 in the first half.

The scoring blitz would continue in the first half when L.J. Scott punched it in from one yard out to increase the Hubbard lead to 56-0.

The Eagles raked up 569 yards of total offense, including 436 yards on the ground. L.J. Scott led the Hubbard attack collecting 291 yards on 14 carries and three scores. As impressive as his offensive outburst was it was Hubbard’s quarterback Cameron Ingram who would shine, accounting for five touchdowns with three through the air and two on the ground.

Hubbard (6-0) will continue their march toward the playoffs next week when they host Canfield.

Niles (1-5) will host Ross next week.

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