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Corrao took over from the Vikings 37. He hit 4-of-6 passes for 46 yards on the winning drive, including two crucial throws on third down.
"We practiced the no huddle all week because we thought it might come in handy today," Corrao added. "The offensive line was great, especially late, and my receivers made a lot of plays."
O'Hara 49, University Prep 30
The Hawks (1-4) rolled up 467 rushing yards in picking up their first win of the season. Anthony DiFrancesco had 214 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries. Khari Wright ran the ball just four times, but found the end zone twice and gained 107 yards. Zach Flowacki had 120 yards on 11 carries. Keenan Newman ran for a 33-yard touchdown, kicked three extra points, and threw for a two-point conversion. Wright led the defense with nine tackles, two sacks, and a forced fumble that was recovered in the end zone by freshman Curtis Johnson. DiFrancesco made seven tackles. Glowacki and Jerick Hal, another freshman, had interceptions. Keith Carter made six tackles and anchored the offensive line.