First Posted: 1/15/2009
St. Pauls — Behind a rushing attack that St. Pauls head coach Trey Sasser said “couldn’t be stopped,” West Bladen beat the Bulldogs 43-32 on Friday.
“They might have just scored another touchdown,” Sasser said sarcasticaly. “They were just running off tackle and we were unable to stop us. That’s what they do, they just run it at you until you stop it and we couldn’t.”
St. Pauls (2-5, 1-2 Southeastern) got 117 yards rushing from running back Tony Smith — his second-straight game with 100 yards or more.
The Bulldogs travel to West Columbus on Friday.