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Pulaski Academy running back Joe Himon had three touchdowns in the first half of a 51-21 playoff victory over Farmington that was never close.

The first came just over a minute into the game when he broke a couple tackles in the backfield and turned it into a footrace. (He usually wins the footrace.)

Not long after that, he caught a pass from Charlie Fiser with multiple defenders around him. With no room to work with, he created enough space to find the end zone.

Finally, he took a direct snap a fairly short distance to pull off the early hat trick.

The Bruins remain a heavy favorite to win a second consecutive 5A state title thanks in part to Himon's dominance.