It didn't take long for Hamilton to get rolling. Zach Parrish picked off a John O'Connor pass and the Huskies capiatlized on a short Zach Bauman TD, his first of three on the night.
HHS forced a turn over on downs and it was again Bauman who scored, this time from 9 yards out to put Hamilton up 14-0 and.
This would be the theme of the night as Red Mountain never really was able to get a rythm on offense and Hamilton just kept driving the field and scoring.
The Huskies scored three more times in the half, two by Michael Allen and one more from Bauman to take a 34-0 lead into the half.
With the game in clear control, Hamilton played just a few mire series with their one's, got a field goal and one more score out of it and rotated their two's and three's in for the rest of the game.
Yannick Mets connected from 23 yards out and Travis Dean found Steven Hanson in the endzone for a 30 yard score.
Red Mountain got their first TD on a 49 yard Derek Molina run in the third quarter and a 40 yard Coleton Thornton run late in the game.
Final Hamilton 44 Red Mountain 13
Honestly, this game was under control in the first quarter. Hamilton just had too much talent for Red Mountain. They were bigger, stronger and faster.
Hamilton seems to be on a roll headed into the playoffs while Red Mountain has now lost four games in a row.
Hamilton RB Zach Bauman for his three early rushing TDs.