Hampton scored early and often to keep on rolling.

The Bulldogs scored 46 first half points en route to a 52-7 victory over region foe Cosby Friday evening.

The win moves Hampton to 3-0 on the year.

Hunter Davenport capped off the Bulldogs’ opening drive with a five-yard touchdown run, and Adam McClain added the two-point conversion to give HHS an 8-0 lead. The senior McClain got in the scoring act on the next HHS drive as he scored from four yards out and added the conversion.

Davenport capped off the first quarter scoring with a 57-yard touchdown run. On the two-point conversion, Alex Hardin hit Dakota Sanchez as the Bulldogs took a 24-0 lead into the second quarter.

Hampton left no doubt in the second quarter.

McClain added a 17-yard touchdown run before CJ Wilson scored on a five-yard scamper to give HHS a 40-0 lead with 4:16 to play in the quarter. Hardin went to the air as he found Chris Holtsclaw for an 11-yard touchdown pass as HHS held a 46-0 lead at the half.

Cosby broke onto the board in the third quarter with a 16-yard touchdown pass. Hampton capped off the scoring with a 12 yard touchdown run in the third.

As a team, Hampton outgained the Eagles 490-77.

McClain had 140 yards on 10 carries, while Davenport finished with 96 yards on six carries. Hardin finished 8-of-9 passing for 90 yards. Dakota Crumley added two catches for 39 yards.