SCITUATE — After turning the ball over on each of its first three drives of the game, No. 13 Duxbury looked rattled. Hingham had all of the momentum, leading, 14-0, just seven minutes into the game.
The Dragons (3-1) collected themselves, though, outscoring the Harbormen (2-2), 22-0, in the third quarter en route to a 30-26 win over the Harbormen.
The Duxbury defense recovered two third-quarter fumbles and freshman quarterback Bobby Maimaron took advantage, throwing three touchdowns in the quarter to lead the resurgence.
“Especially at halftime, we just told the kids, ‘They’re not stopping us, we just gotta play our game,’” said Duxbury coach Dave Maimaron. “It was a tale of two halves. They couldn’t stop us in the third quarter.” Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.