Hallsville’s Colton Nichols took the helm at quarterback Friday night, proving himself as a confident new offensive leader in a 58-20 season-opening victory over Palmyra at home.

Nichols scored seven touchdowns, and he led the team with 387 offensive yards. His favorite rush came in the fourth quarter as he spun out of multiple tackles near the end zone and then finished his drive with a 9-yard rushing touchdown.

Hallsville cruises against Palmyra to win 58-20, Colton Nichols dominated with 7 total touchdowns, 3 in the air and 2 on the ground, establishing himself as a good replacement for Tyger Cobb.

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