Todd Co. rains on Fulton City festivities

Todd Co. rains on Fulton City festivities
Todd County Central rained on Fulton City’s homecoming parade.
The Rebels rolled up FC for 376 yards of total offense during their 43-8 triumph at Memorial Field on Friday.
Meanwhile, the Bulldogs (0-5) mustered just 164 yards of positive yardage.
Fulton City running back Rondell Bransford accounted for the majority of that yardage with his third 100-yard rushing game of the 2010 campaign.
Bransford ran for 125 yards and FC’s lone score on 19 carries.
“It’s the same thing we’ve seen every week,” Futon City coach Brad Rozzell said. “We’re not following through on what we’re learning in practice.
“I thought we had some things figured out defensively, but we took a step back tonight. Passing-wise, I thought our stats (3-for-15) were misleading because at least four passes that Mason (Garland) threw were on target but turned out to be drops.”
While FC may have taken a step back, Todd County Central (3-2) put its best foot forward with 28 points before intermission.
Michael Rager, who totaled 115 yards on eight carries, accounted for the first two Rebel scores in the first quarter.
Rager’s first touchdown run went for 12 yards, while his second trip to paydirt was a 27-yard pilgrimage.
In the second period, TCC’s Nathan Fort ran nine yards to the endzone, while fullback Bronsen Massey plowed a five-yard path across the goalline.
Bransford’s TD came with eight seconds remaining in the first half.
The Rebels added two more scores in the third quarter.
Deshaun White darted 26 yards for the first of those two touchdowns with 6:01 left in the frame, while Massey dove in from a yard out less than a minute later for the other.
Defensively, Khalil Frame paced Fulton City with five tackles, while Devon Jackson and Charon Ingram both had four stops.
The Bulldogs return to action at home this Friday against Ballard Memorial. This week’s contest is FC’s First District opener.

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