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November 3, 2012

Solomon leads Tolar past Rice, 50-7

TOLAR — Cory Solomon rushed for three touchdowns and 133 yards on only nine carries as the Tolar Rattlers beat the Rice Bulldogs 50-7 Friday night at Rattler Stadium. With the win Tolar improves to 7-2 on the season and 5-1 in District 6-2A DII play as the Rattlers maintained their hold on second place.  

Rice dropped to 3-6 and 2-4 in loop play.

Solomon scored on a 12-yard run midway through the first quarter to give Tolar the early lead. The Rattlers increased the lead on Colt Arrington’s 14-yard touchdown reception late in the quarter.

Rice responded with a 10-play, 89-yard drive that culminated in Dalton Pike’s 1-yard plunge. Ragan Henderson carried the ball six times for 73 yards on the drive. Henderson finished the night with 142 yards on 28 carries.

After that, it was all Tolar as the Rattlers scored the final 37 points of the game, including a 75-yard touchdown by Solomon on the first play of the second half. Tolar finished the night with 581 yards of total offense while holding the Bulldogs to just 195 yards.

•••

Tolar 50, Rice 7

Rice    0  7    0  0 — 7

Tolar  13  9  21  7 — 50

First Quarter

T — Cory Solomon 12 run (kick failed), 7:10

T — Colt Arrington 14 pass from Dakota Endsley (Zack Hasegawa kick), 2:50

Second Quarter

R — Dalton Pike 1 run (Junior Pena kick), 10:19

T — Solomon 11 run (pass failed), 8:00

T — Hasegawa 22 FG, 0:00

Third Quarter

T — Solomon 75 run (Hasegawa kick), 11:47

T — Grant Winston 10 pass from Corbin Wood (Hasegawa kick), 7:23

T — Endsley 24 run (Hasegawa kick),3:39

Fourth Quarter

T — BJ Dollins (Hasegawa kick), 11:50

                       R    T

First downs    11    22

Rush-yards    38-146    36-371

Passing yards    49    210

C-A-I    4-9-1    1-16-1

Fumbles-lost    1-1    4-2

Punts-avg.    5-35.2    1-28.0

Penalties-yards    6-50    4-35

Individual

Rushing — R: Ragan Henderson 28-142, Angel Oropeza 3-10, Chris Atchley 3-5, Dalton Pike 3-(-11). T: Cory Solomon.

Passing — R: Dalton Pike 4-9-1-49.  T: Dakota Endsley 6-9-0-119, Corbin Wood 5-6-1-91, Zack Hasegawa 0-1-0-0.

Receiving — R: Junior Pena 1-27, Noah McBryde 1-13, Codie Pair 1-9, Nathan Bowling 1-0. T: Grant Winston 4-82, Landon Morris 3-69, Zack Hasegawa 2-39, Colt Arrington 1-14, Jared Sparks 1-6.

 

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