Huntingdon takes down Methodist 48-21
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - The Huntingdon Hawks found their second win of the season against the Methodist Monarchs Saturday.
Landon Cotney and the Huntingdon offense finished with 537 total yards.
With 3:44 left in the first quarter, the Hawks were the first to strike. Cotney finds Malachi Harvey in the endzone for the 29-yard touchdown.
However, Methodist answers with 48 seconds left in the opening quarter. Quarterback Brandon Bullins finds Kobe Praylow for the seven-yard touchdown.
The Hawks had the lead 7-6 going into the second quarter.
The Hawks extend their lead with 11:27 left in the second. Cotney finds Harvey who takes it to the endzone for the 80-yard touchdown.
But, the Monarchs answered back. With over nine minutes left to play, Bullins finds Bullins for the eight-yard touchdown.
Huntingdon carried the lead 14-13 going into halftime.
With under six minutes left in the third quarter, McReynolds takes the ball 24-yards for the Hawks score.
Before the end of the third quarter, the Hawks strike again. Cotney keeps the ball and takes it 17-yards for the touchdown.
Huntingdon carried the lead 28-13 going into fourth quarter.
With 13:24 left to play, Methodist answers. Tyquan Eaddy takes the ball five-yards for the touchdown. The Monarchs get the two-point conversion.
But, the Hawks strike back. With 12:39 left in the fourth, Cotney finds Grant Murray for the 17-yard touchdown.
With 8:21 left to play, Cotney keeps the ball and runs 33-yards to extend the hawks lead.
The Hawks would extend their lead once more. With 1:37 left to play, EJ Lacky takes the ball 24-yards for the Huntingdon score.
The Hawks took down the Monarchs 48-21.
Cotney finished with 180 passing yards, 125 rushing yards and three touchdowns
Huntingdon is now 2-2 in the season. They’ll head to Southern Virginia next Saturday with kickoff at noon.
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