It was the only time Hill touched the ball all game, but the separation his speed allowed him to create with the Grizzlies cornerback made it an easy stroll to the end zone after he hauled in the pass just past midfield.
"He's got some good speed and he is certainly going to be able to help us down the home stretch here," said Estancia Coach Mike Bargas, who relied primarily on his defense and Murtha to improve to 5-2, 2-0 in league.
The Eagles, ranked No. 4 in the CIF Southern Section Southern Division, have not been 5-2 since 2006, and have only started that successfully four times since their 10-0 regular season in 1989.
Murtha, who finished with 194 yards on 24 carries, had just 30 yards at halftime and only 58 at the end of three quarters.
But he opened the fourth quarter with a 91-yard run into the end zone that became a 72-yard pickup after an illegal block penalty behind the play cost him the score.
A subsequent one-yard sneak by quarterback Brad Wilson and a two-point conversion run by Deionte Haywood put the Eagles up, 21-0, before Alex Hernandez returned the ensuing kickoff for the Grizzlies' only score.
The Eagles scored touchdowns on their final three possessions to pull away from a scrappy Godinez squad (3-4, 0-2), which was in the game deep into the final quarter.
Senior defensive tackle Alipa Peters recovered a pair of fumbles to set up Dan Cabrera field goals of 43 and 46 yards to give the Eagles a first-quarter cushion.
But Godinez bottled up Murtha and used a ball-control offense to stay with Estancia, until Wilson found Hill and Murtha got going.
"Our defense kept us in the game early and, luckily for us, Cabrera kicked the heck out of the ball," Bargas said. "We didn't do a very good job on offense in the first half. But if you give [Murtha] time, he'll get his yards."