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September 23, 2012

Commerce Tigers drop heartbreaker

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

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GREENVILLE — Boles 35,

Dallas Gateway 6

  QUINLAN — Boles continued its success on the ground with a 35-6 non-district football victory over Dallas Gateway on Friday night.

  The Hornets, who were averaging 424.5 yards rushing per game, ran for 446 yards on 56 carries and finished with 463 total yards to run their season record to 3-0.

  Ross Bostick led the Hornet rushers with 122 yards and one touchdown on 12 carries. Bostick also caught a 9-yard touchdown pass from Hunter Jordan.

  Jordan ran for 112 yards and three scores on 14 carries.

  Cameron Walker also rushed for 63 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries.

  Devan Harris also picked up 60 yards on 11 carries for the Hornets.

  Bostick and Bailey Isom intercepted passes to lead the Hornet defense that allowed 132 yards passing and a minus 27 yards rushing.

Heath Fulton 78,

Greenville Christian 50

  HEATH — Heath Fulton Academy pulled away from the Greenville Christian School Eagles to claim a 78-50 six-man football victory on Friday night.

  “GCS played better than last week,” said GCS coach Dave Wombaker. “We improved our tackling and blocking. We improved our kicking but still have work to do in these areas. The players never gave up, fought to the end.”

   Quarterback Will Martens rushed for 116 yards on seven carries for the Eagles, scoring on bursts of 18, 36, 23 and 7 yards.

   Martens was 9-of-13 passing for 94 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown. Martens also blocked a conversion kick.

  Joe Henderson returned a kickoff 43 yards for a GCS touchdown.

  Andy Henderson caught four passes for 102 yards and one touchdown.

  Fulton improved to 3-1 for the season while the Eagles dropped to 0-4.

  GCS returns to the field at 2 p.m. on Saturday for its homecoming game against the Campbell Indians.

 

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