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November 2, 2013

Hubbard roughs up rival Dawson, 77-0

HUBBARD — On Senior Night at Jaguar Field in Hubbard, six different players scored for the Jaguars as they rolled to their seventh straight win with a 77-0 whitewashing of the visiting Dawson Bulldogs.

Hubbard jumped out to a 45-0 advantage at the half behind two touchdowns each from Logan McClinton and Trey Henderson.  Jaguars QB Braydyn Gillham added two scores in the first half through the air, a 67-yarder to D’Warren Simmons and a 12-yard strike to Hudson Alderman.

On the other side of the ball, Dawson found the Hubbard defense impossible to move against as the Bulldogs did not pick up a first down the entire contest and managed just 15 yards of total offense.  Dawson did not advance the ball past its own 38-yard line and punted nine times in the game.

Hubbard scored twice more in each of the final two quarters as Simmons and Henderson each returned kicks for touchdowns.  Hubbard employed 10 ballcarriers during the game with McClinton and Henderson sitting out the second half on offense.  

Henderson led all rushers with 89 yards on five carries while Gillham completed 12-of-14 passes for 172 yards and two TDs.   Dawson’s Dalton Long carried 17 times for a net gain of nine yards while the Bulldogs attempted just one pass which fell incomplete.

Dawson falls to 0-9 and 0-3 in District 9-1A DII while Hubbard moves to 8-1 and 3-0 with a showdown at Meridian next week for the district crown.

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Hubbard 77, Dawson 0

Dawson      0     0    0    0 — 0

Hubbard    21   24  16  16 — 77

First Quarter

H —Logan McClinton 9 run (Trey Henderson kick) 9:20

H — D’Warren Simmons 62 pass from Braydyn Gillham (kick blocked) 4:48

H — Henderson 20 run (Jordan Johnson pass from Simmons) 0:13

Second Quarter

H — McClinton 5 run (McClinton run) 7:05

H — Hudson Alderman 12 pass from Gillham (McClinton run) 4:09                                                              

H — Henderson 3 run (Gillham run) 1:06

Third Quarter

H —Brandon Simpson 42 run (Felix Washington run) 11:11

H — Gage Morris 1 run (Dustin Simpson run) 3:45

Fourth Quarter

H — Safety, punt blocked out of end zone  4:36

H — Simmons 67 kickoff return (run failed) 4:01

H — Henderson 30 punt return (Austin Woodall run) 0:37

                        D      H

First downs     0     16

Rush-yards     29-15     32-274

Passing yards     0     172

C-A-I     0-1-0     12-14-0

Fumbles-lost     3-2     2-1

Punts-avg.     9-23     0

Penalties-yards     0-0     3-40

Individual

Rushing — H: Trey Henderson 5-89, Brandon Simpson 1-42, Logan McClinton 5-36, Alex Eddy 1-36, Braydyn Gillham 7-18, Felix Washington 2-17, Gage Morris 2-12, Dustin Simpson 3-11, Austin Woodall 2-7, Kenyon Mathis 3-6. D: Dalton Long 17-9, Ian Norwood 6-8, Lane Dotson 6- (-2).

Passing — H: Braydyn Gillham 12-14-0-172. D: Lane Dotson 0-1-0-0.

Receiving — H: D'Warren Simmons 3-85, Hudson Alderman 2-26, Casen Martin 2-19, Nick Johnson 2-18, Trey Henderson 1-13, Gage Morris 1-8, Austin Woodall 1-3. D: none.

 

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