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Dogs fail to complete comeback

 

September 28, 2018

Helen Stevens

Turner Tooke carries the ball in the Dogs' game against Savage.

The Bulldog defense couldn't get any stops in the first quarter at Savage last Friday night. Savage seemingly moved the ball at will and had a 32-6 heading into the second. CCHS was shorthanded due to injuries and ineligibility, and several players had to play new positions. In the second quarter, the Dogs got into a rhythm on offense. They moved the ball well on option runs and pass plays down the field. On the last play of the first half, Savage intercepted a ball in the end zone.

Blue continued to close the gap in the second half. They had multiple stops on defense and continued to find...



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