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Indians edge out win over Bradwell Tigers
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Dodge County edged out a 23-15 win over Bradwell Institute in this past Friday’s football opener. The game was played at Hokey Jackson Stadium.

The Tigers closed the first quarter on Olvey Field with a 6-3 lead.  The Indians, however, shut out the Tigers until the fourth quarter. Dodge County scored two touchdowns and converted their extra points in the second and third quarter to take a 17-6 lead.

The Tigers did convert a touchdown and a field goal in the fourth but Dodge County added another touchdown for the win.

Tiger quarterback Vencent Gilbert was 9-of 16 for 150 passing yards, according to stats posted on Donte Jones had 20 carries for 65 rushing yards. Kevin Harris had 7 carries for 51 yards and a touchdown. Tah’dreque Smith rushed for 23 yards on 4 carries and scored a TD.

Tristian Pullins made 4 receptions for 86 yards. Quintarius Chapman had 2 receptions for 45 yards and Smith had 15 yards in 2 receptions.

Lorenzo Ware had 6 total tackles, Ke’ron Mason had 5, Michael Hagerty and Brendon Brittingham had 4 total tackles each. Smith also had a 39 yard kickoff return.

Kenneth Lockhart hit the 27 yard field goal in the fourth.

This Friday at 7:30 p.m. the Tigers will host cross-town rivals Liberty County High School. According to the Georgia High School Football historians association the Tigers are 13-6 against the Panthers since 1994.

The Panthers scrimmaged the McIntosh County Academy Buccaneers Aug. 10 winning 33-7. Last year Tiger head coach Ross Couch led his team to a 22-7 win over the Panthers.

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