Hanceville used the running of Torrey Green and Sheldon Lewis early in the game while getting support from Brontae Harris.
The Bulldogs got on the board after Dante Reese recovered a Blue Devils fumble.
Green put the Bulldogs on the board with a three-yard run. Kody Smith added the point after and with 8:24 left in the opening quarter, Hanceville led 7-0.
Later in the first quarter, Green added his second touchdown with a 4-yard run.
The point after failed and with 1:11 left in the quarter, the Bulldogs led 13-0.
Senior Sheldon Lewis electrified the Bulldog faithful by racing 38 yards to pay dirt. Earlier in the game Lewis had a 66-yard that set up Green’s first touchdown. Smith’s point after failed and Hanceville led 19-0 with 7:42 left in the first half.
Cordova tweaked its offense on their next possession and picked up the tempo that led to a Chase Trotter touchdown run. The two point conversion cut the Hanceville lead 19-8.
Hanceville’s final score of the half came on a 54-yard burst by Brontae Harris. Smith added the point after and with 3:01 left in the half, the Bulldogs led 26-8. That’s how the half would end.
Green added his third touchdown of the night on 49-yard run. The two-point conversion failed and Hanceville led 32-8.
Green’s final touchdown of the night came early in the final quarter on a 16 yard run. Smith added the point after and the Bulldogs led 39-8.
Zack Smith would put the Blue Devils back on the board with a short run. The two-point conversion failed and left the score 39-15.
Andrew Minor put the final points on the board for Cordova with a four-yard run.
Jamaal Cooper added the two-point conversion to make the final margin 39-22.
The Bulldogs then ran out the clock to move to 6-3 overall and finish second in Region 7 at 5-2. The Bulldogs earned a trip to the state playoffs in two weeks with the win.
Cordova (2-7, 2-5) closes out the regular season at home against Curry next week.