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Maplesville dominates ‘Dogs

Eric Jenkins led the Bulldog offense, carrying the ball for a total of 52 yards.

Eric Jenkins led the Bulldog offense, carrying the ball for a total of 52 yards.

The Sweet Water Bulldogs could not find a way to slow down Maplesville Friday night, nor could they find much running room against the Red Devil defense as the Bulldogs fell in their regular season finale, 41-0.
Big plays ignited the Red Devils early and it was runningback Terence Dunlap who did most of the damage, having a huge night against the Bulldog defense. In two first-half plays, Dunlap scored touchdowns runs of over 70 yards each. Dunlap finished the game with 214 rushing yards and three touchdowns on only 11 carries.
Eric Jenkins led Sweet Water with 52 rushing yards on the night.
In passing, Maplesville quarterbacks went 9-of-10 while Sweet Water managed to complete 3-of-11 attempts.
The loss ends the Sweet Water regular season with an overall record of 5-5. They will travel Elba High School in Coffee County for the first round of the playoffs next Friday. Due to the distance to travel for the game, Sweet Water students will be released from school at noon Friday.