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Bulldogs fall in battle of unbeatens

An official signifies a touchdown for Baldwin High School senor Landon Ausherman on the last play of the first half Friday night at Louisburg. Baldwin lost its first game Friday, falling to the Wildcats, 42-26.

An official signifies a touchdown for Baldwin High School senor Landon Ausherman on the last play of the first half Friday night at Louisburg. Baldwin lost its first game Friday, falling to the Wildcats, 42-26.

October 9, 2010

LOUISBURG — Second half turnovers doomed Baldwin High as it dropped its first football game of the season Friday night. BHS (5-1) fell to Louisburg (6-0) 42-26.

The Bulldogs turned the ball over three times during the second half. The first was a failed fourth-down-and-1 attempt from its own 35 yard line. Louisburg scored a touchdown four plays later to take a 28-20 lead.

After trading three-and-outs, Baldwin threw an interception at midfield, which was returned for a Louisburg touchdown. Baldwin’s final turnover was a fumble on its next possession.

In the first half, Baldwin fell behind 14-0 early, but rallied to tie the game in the second quarter. Each team scored a touchdown during the final five minutes of the half.

Baldwin will play Ottawa at home next Friday.

Scoring summary

B — 0 20 0 6 – 26

L — 14 7 14 7 – 42

L — David Embers 15 reception from Kody Cook (Derek Mathia kick)

L — Garrett Griffin 69 run (Mathia kick)

B — Josh Hoffman 26 run (Hoffman kick)

B — Ryan Rogers 29 run (Hoffman kick)

L — Alex Gentges 1 run (Mathia kick)

B — Landon Ausherman 1 run (Rogers pass failed)

L — Griffin 17 run (Mathia kick)

L — Gentges 48 interception return (Mathia kick)

L — Colton Seely 5 run (Mathia kick)

B — Chad Berg 30 run (Rogers pass failed)

Comments

true_bulldog 3 years, 6 months ago

Good run, Bulldogs. Let's put that one behind us and look on to Ottawa. We still have a great season going. Keep it up.

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