CUMMING -- Johnathan Hawkins and Bryson King each set records for Mill Creek, as the Hawks blistered West Forsyth 65-27 to set a new mark for points scored in a game on Friday in Cumming.<br />
Hawkins ripped off a 97-yard touchdown run to open the scoring for the Hawks (1-1) -- the longest in program history.<br />
King, meanwhile, kicked the most points after touchdown in team history (9) and also recorded the most touchbacks on kickoffs (6).<br />
Hawkins finished with 162 yards rushing on 13 carries and three touchdowns. Brian Esianayi also added 102 yards on 13 carries and two scores.<br />
Malik Turner added two rushing touchdowns and one scoring reception, while quarterback Daniel David also rushed for a score.<br />
Sidney Otiwu also returned an interception 75 yards for a score.<br />
The Hawks will play host to Dacula next week.
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