Parent leads Troy past Dana Hills
FULLERTON - Troy’s play-action attack proved to be too elusive for Dana Hills on Friday night as the Warriors defeated the Dolphins, 28-9, in a nonleague game at Fullerton High.
“Tonight’s win was a team effort,” said Warriors coach Kevin Hastin. “Everyone played hard and executed.”
The Warriors’ offense put up big numbers against the Dolphins, passing for 139 yards and rushing for 336 more.
The rushing attack was led by Dallas Parent, who gained 261 yards and scored three touchdowns.
Dana Hills scored first on a 37 yard field goal by Logan Warren.
However, Parent would help the Warriors respond with a score from 10 yards on Troy’s next possession.
Troy intercepted a pass from Dolphin quarterback Mac Vail in the second quarter and quickly converted it into score on a 50-yard pass from Kyle Blumer to Dominic Vaccher two plays later.
Not to be outdone, Vail threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Warren on the Dolphins’ next series.
Parent added two more rushing touchdowns in the third quarter to solidify the Warriors’ victory.
Troy improves to 2-1, while Dana Hills falls to 0-4.