2018-11-07 / Campus

Early County closes out regular season with 56-3 loss


The Thomasville defense closes in on the Bobcats’ in their loss to the Bulldogs. The Thomasville defense closes in on the Bobcats’ in their loss to the Bulldogs. Taking the opening kickoff, the Bobcats punted after going three and out. The Bulldogs fielded it in stride and raced into the endzone. The PAT made it 7-0.

The Bobcats after starting on the 20 again, the Bobcats’ drive looked promising, but quarterback Asher White threw an interception.

The Bulldogs completed a long pass on first down inside the 10. The Bobcats’ defense would hold on first and second downs, but the Bulldogs punched it in on third and goal and and took a 14-0 lead.

Punting following another three and out 3 and out, the Bulldogs continued their air assault would continue with a long touchdown completion to give them a 21-0 first quarter lead.

The Bulldogs blocked the next Bobcat punt blocked and recovered it in the endzone to take a 28-0 a lead.

George returned the ensuing kickoff out to the 32. On a third and long, White fired complete to George for a first down. However, the Bulldogs got a sack on third down and brought out kicker Alex Warr’s punt team.

The Bulldogs mounted another touchdown drive to take a 35-0 lead.

White ran for a big gain to the Bulldog 10 yard line the drive stalled and Warr kicked a field goal to make the score 35-3 going into the half.

The Bulldogs turned the ball over on their opening snap of the second half, but the Cats turned the ball over on downs.

The Bulldogs completed a long pass into Bobcat territory. The defense got a stop, but an unsportsmanlike penalty kept the Bulldog drive alive. Ad fake field goal and gave the Bulldogs a first and goal. A short pass then made the score 42-3.

The Bulldogs scored on another long pass to make it 49-3. The Bulldogs scored again following another turnover to make the final score 56-3.

The Bobcats will travel to Louisville near Augusta Friday to play Jefferson County in the first round of the AA state playoffs.

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