• 41°

Boxscore: Thomasville 57, South Rowan 7

Bulldogs 57, Raiders 7

Thomasville         21     15    7    14 — 57

South Rowan       0      7      0     0 —  7

First Quarter

TV — Williams 40 pass from L.Johnson (Hernandez kick), 6:38

TV — Luckey 5 run (Hernandez kick), 4:22

TV — Crawford 10 run (Hernandez kick), 0:54

Second Quarter

SR — Huffman 3 run (Fike kick), 6:49

TV — L.Johnson 3 run (L.Johnson run), 4:12

TV — L.Johnson 1 run (Hernandez kick), 0:27

Third Quarter

TV — L.Johnson 6 run (Hernandez kick), 9:28

Fourth Quarter

TV — Dickerson 21 run (Hernandez kick), 9:44

TV — Williams 71 interception return (Hernandez kick), 4:49

                                                                   TV        SR

First downs                                                 13          13

Rushes-yards                                       30-232      48-190

Passing yards                                            141         54

Comp-Att-Int                                     8-12-0       5-16-2

Punts                                                     1-42         2-35

Fumbles-Lost                                           0-0         3-2

Penalties-Yards                                    7-40        8-66

  INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING —  Thomasville: L.Johnson 12-107; Luckey 7-38; Dickerson 3-32; Crawford 2-22; Williams 2-19; Hunter 4-14. South Rowan: Garrett 14-69; Chrismon 12-61; Shell 8-30; Huffman 14-30.

PASSING —  Thomasville: L.Johnson 8-12-0, 141. South Rowan: Huffman 5-16-2, 54.

RECEIVING — Thomasville: Knight 2-18; Crawford 2-15; Williams 1-40; Saunders 1-29; Luckey 1-28; J.Johnson 1-11.  South Rowan: Perry 3-29; Garrett 1-17; Chrismon 1-8.

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