By Jeff Morrow
Special to the Herald
Friday’s season-opening football game for the Hanford Falcons couldn’t have been more perfect.
The Falcons had six different players score touchdowns on offense, and the Hanford defense pitched a shutout en route to a 41-0 victory over the visiting Davis Pirates at Fran Rish Stadium.
But Falcons coach Brett Jay is a perfectionist, and come Monday his team will have plenty of things to work on in practice — starting with the penalties.
The officials threw 13 yellow flags against Hanford, worth 111 yards. Many of those were offensive holding calls that stalled out drives that would have made the game an even bigger blowout.