|West Carroll latest on Dresden’s list |
|Posted: Monday, October 1, 2012 7:00 pm |
The Black and Gold train just keeps on rolling.
Colter Swafford had a fumble recovery and a key interception to seal the win and lead unbeaten and second-ranked (Class 2A) Dresden to a hard-fought 13-7 victory over No. 8 (1A) West Carroll in a District 13A defensive struggle Friday night.
The Lions improved to 7-0 and remained atop the league standings by beating a state-ranked Single-A foe for the second consecutive week.
An eight-yard touchdown run by Joey Caldwell in the second quarter broke a 7-all tie and was the difference between the two teams that each barely broke the 200-yard mark in total offense.
Dresden forced four turnovers in all to end the five-game winning streak of West Carroll (5-2, 2-1).
Jacob Wynn rushed for a game-high 124 yards and WC’s only touchdown — a nine-yard scamper in the second period that capped a 95-yard drive.
In other games from Week 6 Friday night:
Milan 31, Westview 6
T.J. Bryson ran for more than 100 yards and two touchdowns, and Caleb Powell threw for a score and ran for another as the No. 5 (Class 3A) Bulldogs beat rival Westview for the 14th time in their last 16 meetings.
Milan, which had lost in its last visit to Graham Stadium, dominated this time, limiting the Chargers to just two Cal Bradshaw field goals and 191 total yards.
Powell threw for 171 yards on 10-of-14 passing.
H’don 43, Gleason 14
Jacob Warbritton was … Jacob Warbritton, rushing for three touchdowns in the second quarter after the fifth-ranked Mustangs (1A) had fallen behind 7-0.
Warbritton finished with 237 rushing yards in all for the Ponies, who improved to 6-1 in all games and 2-1 in 13A.
Glynn Hilliard returned the second half kickoff 80 yards to paydirt and added a second TD to cap the Huntingdon scoring.
Kyle Williams ran for both Gleason scores.
D’burg 27, Crockett Co. 7
The 10th-ranked Trojans (4A) quietly continued to put together an impressive resume, winning for the sixth time in seven games and sending CC to its third straight loss after a 4-0 start.
Montavious Lagrone scored twice, including the go-ahead TD in the second quarter for D’burg, which held the Cavaliers to just 166 yards of total offense.
Humboldt 29, Halls 14
Nic McLilly continued to shine for the Vikings, running for 185 yards and two touchdowns as H’boldt won its fourth in a row after an 0-2 beginning to the season.
Humboldt has won 18 consecutive District 14A games dating back to 2009 and is tied with Trenton atop the current league standings with a 2-0 league mark.
Published in The Messenger 10.1.12