CORRY, Ohio (WKBN) – After losing a heartbreaking one point game against Sharon last week, the Hickory Hornets took out their frustrations against Corry with a convincing 48-7 win.
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Penn State commit Andrew Pryts got the scoring going with 5:56 left in the first quarter with a ten yard touchdown run to give the Hornets a 7-0 lead.
Charles Carr then scored from nine yards out with seconds remaining in the first to extend the lead to 14-0.
Carr scored again from two yards out with 9:57 left in the second quarter. After an extra point was missed, Hickory held a 20-0 lead.
Later in the quarter, it was Carr finding the end zone for the third time. This time extending the lead to 27-0 from 8 yards out with 5:51 remaining.
When the third quarter began, Carr went right back to work finding the end zone with 1:46 left from two yards out. After the extra point, the Hornets lead grew to 34-0.
After Corry finally got on the board, the Hickory attack began again. Hayden Gallagher scored from 27 yards out with 1:53 remaining to extend the Hornets lead to 42-7.
Finally, Robbie Thomas recovered a Corry fumble in the end zone for the final Hickory score of the game.
Charles Carr finished the game with 325 yards rushing and four touchdowns on the night.
Hickory will host Warren (PA) in week five.