The Forest Hills Northern Huskies started 2020 with two tough foes, and as a result they were 0-2. They have continued to fight and battle, and as a result, they now sit at 2-2 after taking down Greenville 42-14 on Friday night.
This one started with Trinidad Chambliss finding the end zone for FHN, just four minutes into the contest. He kept the football and ran sixty yards through the defense for a touchdown. This was the only scoring play of the first quarter, making it 7-0 after the first twelve minutes.
The Huskies would pile on three more touchdowns in the second quarter to balloon their lead. Chambliss again scored on a quarterback keeper, this time from six yards out. On their next scoring drive, Chambliss took to the air and found Ethan Morello for a fifty-seven yard touchdown. Finally, with twenty-four seconds to play in the half, Chambliss scored yet again on a one-yard quarterback keeper. FHN took a comfortable 28-0 lead into the locker room.
In the second half, Forest Hills Northern picked up where they left off. Gnyem Adam rushed for a four-yard touchdown, his first of the evening, and that made it 35-0, putting the running clock in effect as the third quarter came to a close.
Greenville was able to score twice in the final frame. First, Grant Thwaites found Caden Welch on a twenty-six yard touchdown pass. On their next drive, Thwaites kept the football and ran into the end zone. Before the game ended, FHN would tack on seven more points. TJ Bucks rushed for a thirty-eight yard touchdown to bring the game to it’s final tally of 42-14.
The Huskies racked up 488 yards of total offense, and a large amount of that success goes to Chambliss. The senior quarterback was 6/11 for 151 yards passing, and he added 92 yards rushing on ten carries, scoring four total touchdowns. Gnyem Adam was the leading rusher for FHN, as he turned 11 carries into 104 yards. Next week, FHN will travel to Lowell to take on the Red Arrows.
For Greenville, Thwaites was the star of the show. He passed for 152 yards and rushed for 95 yards, both team highs. The ‘Jackets will travel to Byron Center to take on the unbeaten Bulldogs next week.