[Daryl Quitalig - For Shaw Media]
South coach Rob Fontana said he was ecstatic to see his running back's hard work pay off.
"Week in and week out, Zach is a warrior," Fontana said. "He's 100 miles per hour in practice. He's never taking a play off. He'll jump into every scout team until we drag him out of there.
"He's had some solid games already, but to see those holes open up and see him run through to daylight, it was awesome to see him finally take off and go."
The Gators also got a 20-yard TD run in the first quarter from quarterback Ian Gorken, who evaded a tackle in the backfield on fourth-and-1 before escaping down the right side.
Gorken finished with 40 yards rushing on five carries. He completed 3 of 4 passes for 100 yards, all to wide receiver Jacob Rana, including a 56-yard TD in the second quarter.
Running back Gio Idiaquez capped the scoring with a 29-yard run with 10:38 left in the game.
Huntley coach Matt Zimolzak was disappointed in his team's defensive effort.
"It's just about doing our jobs and making sure the fundamental stuff happens," he said. "If we have to get back into tackling drills, get back into the things that got us to where we were the first few games, then that's something we need to get back onto."
Raffin (pictured above) finished 16 of 26 for 166 yards, and wide receiver Michael Boland had 10 catches for 90 yards.