AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Georgetown Eagles scored on 10 of its 12 possessions and rolled to a 70-28 district win over Hendrickson on Thursday at The Pfield.

Georgetown running back Andrew Petter came into the game with 13 rushing touchdowns and left with 17. He had a big night with touchdown runs of 17, 27, 1 and 5 yards. Noah Booras threw four touchdown passes, three to Drayden Dickman.

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One of the scores near the end of the first half was a wild one. Booras fired a pass that got tipped at the line of scrimmage by a Hendrickson defensive lineman, so it wobbled through the air only to hit one of the officials. The official tried to duck out of the way, but the pass bounced off his shoulder toward the end zone and into the waiting arms of Marquis Dominguez for a 19-yard touchdown.

That quirky score gave the Eagles a 42-20 lead at halftime.

Georgetown scored on every possession until the 7:41 mark of the fourth quarter.

Hendrickson scored on three short runs in the first half, two by Carson Workman and the other by quarterback Joseph Rodriguez. Jaylin West had a terrific run in the fourth quarter to get the Hawks in the end zone. He broke some tackles and kept his legs churning near the goal line to score a 12-yard touchdown with 5:39 left in the game.

The extra point kick was blocked, but Hendrickson recovered it in the end zone for a two-point conversion for the final score of the game for the Hawks.

Georgetown (3-2, 1-1) will have an extra day to prepare for its next district game against Leander. They’ll play Oct. 7 in Georgetown. Hendrickson (1-4, 0-2) hits the road Oct. 7 for College Station to take on A&M Consolidated.

Game log

End 4Q: Eagles 70, Hawks 28

1:23 4Q: Georgetown’s Mason Hays weaves into the end zone from 6 yards out. PAT good. Eagles 70, Hawks 28

5:39 4Q: Jaylin West breaks a few tackles and powers his way into the end zone from 12 yards out. Great run. The PAT gets blocked but the Hawks recover it in the end zone for a 2-point conversion. How about that? Eagles 63, Hawks 28

7:41 4Q: It finally happened — Georgetown didn’t score on a possession. The Eagles punt and the Hawks take over on Georgetown’s 45-yard line

9:40 4Q: Georgetown’s Ocise Pressley delivers a big hit on the Hendrickson ball carrier to knock it loose, and then Montez Whaley jumps on it. Eagles take over on their own 15-yard line.

11:56 4Q: Georgetown scores on the first play of the quarter, a 5-yard run by Isaiah Justice. PAT good. Nine possessions, nine TDs. Eagles 63, Hawks 20

End 3Q: Eagles 56, Hawks 20

4:11 3Q: The Eagles are still perfect with eight TDs on eight possessions. This score goes to Dominguez from Booras for 15 yards. PAT good. Eagles 56, Hawks 20

7:30 3Q: Georgetown is 7-for-7 now. Seven possessions, seven touchdowns. Petter with his fourth rushing touchdown of the night, this one from 5 yards out. PAT good. Eagles 49, Hawks 20

End 2Q: Eagles 42, Hawks 20.

0:39 2Q: A touchdown with some comedic value, at least for Georgetown. Booras’ pass gets tipped at the line by a Hendrickson defender, but it has enough on it to bounce off one of the officials and into the waiting arms of Marquis Dominguez for a 19-yard TD. PAT good. Georgetown scored a touchdown on every possession in the first half. Eagles 42, Hawks 20

1:47 2Q: Carson Workman plunges over the goal line from 2 yards away. PAT good. Hawks get a much-needed score to try to stay within range. Eagles 35, Hawks 20

2:12 2Q: Hendrickson catches a break and gets a defensive pass interference penalty on Georgetown in the end zone. Ball moves to the 2-yard line on what was a 3rd-and-9 play.

5:58 2Q: Booras to Dickman again, this time for 47 yards on a great playaction fake. That’s five possessions, five TDs for the Eagles. PAT good. Eagles 35, Hawks 13

6:15 2Q: Hendrickson QB Joseph Rodriguez runs a terrific zone read and pulls the handoff out and scores from 2 yards away. PAT no good. Eagles 28, Hawks 13

9:48 2Q: In four possessions, Georgetown has four touchdowns. Petter reaches out to break the goal line for his third rushing TD of the game. 1-yard TD. PAT good. Eagles 28, Hawks 7

11:25 2Q: Georgetown’s Thomas Shoales intercepts a Hendrickson pass and the Eagles take over.

End 1Q: Eagles 21, Hawks 7. Hendrickson will have the ball from its own 31-yard line to start the second quarter.

0:03 1Q: Petter scores again on a run from 27 yards out, and the Eagles respond to the Hawks’ score quickly. Eagles 21, Hawks 7

2:16 1Q: Hendrickson gets some help from two Georgetown facemask penalties on the drive, but Carson Workman rams his way into the end zone from a yard out. PAT good. Eagles 14, Hawks 7

7:02 1Q: Georgetown’s Andrew Petter scores his 14th rushing touchdown of the year with a 17-yard run. PAT good. The Eagles are looking good early on. Eagles 14, Hawks 0

10:12 1Q: Georgetown strikes first with a 26-yard TD pass from Noah Booras to Drayden Dickman. 6 plays, 65 yards. PAT good. Eagles 7, Hawks 0

12:00 1Q: Georgetown will receive to start the game