The Chargers scored the first 54 points of the game, before NOAH managed to avoid a shutout in the second half.
TULSA, Oklahoma – While most high school teams were continuing district play, Heritage Hall traveled across the state to face independent NOAH Friday. The travel did not affect the Chargers, who cruised to a 61-13 win.
NOAH already faced a challenge against one of the most electric offenses in the state, but that challenge got even more difficult when starting quarterback Joe Sabatini missed the game with a high ankle sprain.
The Chargers wasted no time letting its offensive firepower show. They rattled off 41 unanswered points in the first half and went into the half up 41-0.
Heritage Hall continued its domination after the half, scoring two more touchdowns to give it 54 consecutive points. NOAH finally got on the board late in the third quarter and scored again in the fourth, but Heritage Hall ran out the clock out to finish an easy victory.
The Chargers' only challenge so far this season came in a 16-point win over Davis in Week 3. In their other four games, they beat their opponents by a combined score of 220-28.
Heritage Hall will face Newcastle next week, while NOAH will take on Bethany.
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