Sweet Water bite Hornets 48-8 at homecoming

Published 12:00 am Saturday, October 27, 2007

SWEET WATER &8212; The most exciting thing that happened at the Bulldogs&8217; Homecoming was probably the halftime show.

The Bulldog starters only played the first quarter, and then the Junior Varsity team took over and outscored the Hornets 20-8.

Anthony Landrum finished the game with only four carries for 21 yards and one touchdown.

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Coach Stacy Luker worked on his passing game a little. Drew Luker responded with 69 yards through the air and two touchdowns.

The Dawgs amassed 268 total yards, while holding the Hornets to a total of negative 29 yards and six first downs, four of which were from penalties.

The Hornets rushed the ball 24 times for a total of negative 42 yards.

The Hornets did, however, get on the positive side with their passing game clinching a total of 13 yards through the air.

A host of Dawgs found their way into the end zone.

Landrum was the first with a 2-yard run making the score 7-0.

Landrum found the end zone again with an 18-yard run making the score 13-0.

Luker connected through the air twice, once to Johnnie Lockett, and once to Demaraquis Williams making the score 27-0.

This is how the first half ended and the Junior Dawgs took over from there.

Freshman Chris Landrum was responsible for most of the later touchdowns scoring three by the end of the game leaving the final at 48-8.

The Dawgs got to rest some key people going into their toughest match up since the Leroy Bears when they travel to Tuscaloosa Alabama next Friday to face the No. 4 ranked 2A American Christian Patriots.

The Bulldogs will put their 8-0 record on the line against the 9-0 Patriots.