Hackenberg, Cook Propel Fork Union to Victory

By: Ryan Yemen (Scrimmage Play)
By: Ryan Yemen (Scrimmage Play)

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(Report provided by Scrimmage Play)

Fork Union quarterback and Penn State commit Christian Hackenberg threw three touchdown passes and UVA commit Malcolm Cook had two interceptions as the Blue Devils rolled to a 33-0 win over Valley Forge Saturday afternoon.

Were it not for the four turnovers between the first and second quarter, a trio of fumbles and one interception, the Blue Devils would have been all but flawless. The game started out with FUMA receiving the kickoff and Bell putting his team in scoring position on a 30-yard run. On fourth and three, running back Nick King broke through a tackle at the 2-yard line to draw first blood.

FUMA got the ball back on Cook’s first interception just moments later but a fumble marred the chance to extend the lead. But on the next Blue Devils drive, Hackenberg found receiver Michael Guerci for a 52-yards as he tip-toed down the sideline to complete the touchdown reception to make it 14-0. Hackenberg made it a 21-0 game on a 32-yard reception to Tyron McDade.

In the third quarter the Blue Devils saw running back Jeremy Bell punch in a 3-yard rushing touchdown before giving way to Hackenberg’s third passing TD, this one a 12-yard strike to Guerci to put the game out of reach.

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