Bulldogs close out region play on a high note
The Pike County Bulldogs finished up region play with a 33-6 win over Beulah on Friday night.
The win for the Bulldogs improves their overall record on the season to 7-1 and their region record to 5-1.
After scoring six points in both the first and second quarters, the Bulldogs broke out to a comfortable lead with a 21-point third quarter.
The Bulldogs finished with 457 total yards, with just 11 coming through the air.
Quarterback Jaidyn Wilson made his triumphant return to the lineup on Friday night after missing the last several weeks with a knee injury. Wilson completed one of his five passes for 11 yards.
Jahzarian Lampley led the Bulldogs ground attack with 117 yards with a touchdown. Derrick Myhand contributed with 87 yards.
Darrick Myhand, Wilson and Kevon Harris also picked up rushing touchdowns for the Bulldogs.
It was Beulah who scored the first touchdown of the game and it came on the opening kickoff when they returned it 93 yards for a touchdown.
On the Bulldogs first drive they responded on a four-yard touchdown run by Harris to tie things up at 6-6 after a missed extra point.
Wilson scored his touchdown in the second quarter on a 20-yard touchdown run to give the Bulldogs a 12-6 lead, one that would stay intact until halftime.
In the third quarter, the Bulldogs had rushing touchdowns by Lampley and Darrick Myhand. Rayshawn Reynolds scored the Bulldogs final touchdown on an interception returned for a touchdown.
The Bulldogs will be back in action next week when they travel to Goshen to take on the Eagles.