Ed Conway

Ed Conway

L.J. Currie rushed for 312 yards to propel Concord past Phillip O. Berry Friday night at Cardinal Stadium. Currie's 312 total is the 3rd highest single game rushing total in Spider history. View records here.

Currie carved through the Cardinal defense for two scores in the first half. Currie ran every play on the first Spider drive and scored on a screen pass on the 2nd possession. 

Berry answered with two quick strike touchdown passes to get within two points. 

The Spiders spent much of the first half in Berry territory but two red zone turnovers and numerous penalties squashed their scoring chances.

Halftime adjustments proved to work for the Spiders. 

Currie and the offensive line continued the rushing assault in the 2nd half. 

The Spiders marched down the field to open the 3rd quarter. Jadon Bell plunged in on a 1 yard keeper to put the Spiders up 21-12. 

Once again Berry hit the deep pass for another score. 

Currie and the offensive line would add 2 more rushing scores in the 3rd to give the Spiders a bit of a cushion. 

Zyion Boger picked off a Cardinal pass in the 4th. 

Jourdan Heilig came on in relief of Currie late and added his own rushing touchdown from 49 yards. 

After the game Currie was quick to credit his offensive line. 

The Spider defense was led by Clint Bost Jr., Emmanual Arias, and Zyion Boger each had 4 stops. Boger added 2 interceptions. Sia Olomua and Louis Williams added sacks. 

Friday night was the first meeting between the schools. 

  1 2 3 4 FINAL  
CONCORD 7 7 21 7 42  
BERRY ACADEMY 6 6 8 0 20  
             
             
    PASSING      
             
PLAYER NAME # COMP. ATT. YARDS TD INT
Campbell 6          
Jadon Bell 12 11 19 84 1 1
Dajon Johnson 17          
  TOTAL 11 19 84 1 1
             
             
    RUSHING      
             
PLAYER NAME # ATT YARDS TD    
L J Currie 5 36 312 3    
Antonio Campbell 6 2 -6      
Jourdan Heilig 10 4 66 1    
Jadon Bell 12 7 41 1    
Nemo Miller  15 1 2      
Dajon Johnson 17          
Zyoin Boger 23 1 8      
Trott 2          
Flores 92 1 1      
Mobley 40 3 1      
  TOTAL 55 425 5    
             
             
    RECEIVING      
             
PLAYER NAME # CATCH YARDS TD    
Ikym Hall 3 2 2      
L J Currie 5 1 20 1    
Antonio Campbell 6 4 25      
Nick Santiago 9          
Jourdan Heilig 10 2 10      
Glover 16          
Tobias 18          
Boger 23 2 27      
  TOTAL 11 84 1    
             
RUSHING 425   YARDS      
PASSING 84   YARDS      
             
TOTAL 509   YARDS      

 

DEFENSE
        TACKLES   FUMBLE FUMBLE   INT. PASS BLK
PLAYER # TACKLES ASSIST FOR LOSS SACK RECOVERY RET. YDS. INT. RET. YDS. DEF. KICK
LANDON TROTT 2                    
IKYM HALL 3                    
ROCCO DSOUZA 4 2               1  
L.J. CURRIE 5                    
ANTONIO CAMPBELL 6                    
J.D. MILLER 7                 1  
JOE BOND 8 1                  
NICK SANTIAGO 9 1                  
JORDAN HEILIG 10 3               1  
JOE COLEMAN 14                    
NEMO MILLER 15 3 1                
McCRAE-BOSTICK 19                    
EMMANUEL ARIAS 22 4                  
ZYOIN BOGER 23 4           2      
DAVONTE JOHNSON 24                    
HAKEEM KRIDER 25                    
BOBBY HARRIS 30 1                  
  32 1 1                
CLINT BOST 33 4 4                
  37                    
  43 1                  
J.P. PORTER 68                    
SIA OLOMUA 73       1            
LOUIS WILLIAMS 77 1     1            
RICK SANDIDGE 90 2 2                
ANTHONY FLORES 92 2       1          
                       
TOTALS   30 8 0 2 1 0 2 0 3 0
                       
Saturday, 01 September 2007 14:23

Late score lifts Bulldogs past Spiders

Paul Hershey

Sep. 1--CONCORD -- Head coach Bobby Cloninger has stressed mental toughness as the key to success for his Jay M. Robinson team.

The Bulldogs showed plenty of that on Friday night.

Despite trailing for most of the game, Robinson continually battled back and pulled out a wild 32-27 victory over rival Concord at Robinson High.

Jason Hampton's 4-yard touchdown run -- his third score of the game -- with 1:10 left in the fourth quarter provided the winning points.

"It gives a whole lot of credibility to what we're trying to do," Cloninger said of the victory. "They're a good football team. Our kids showed a lot of perseverance by the way they came back. I'm going to give them all the credit.

"We earned this one."

Concord, meanwhile, made big strides offensively but saw its second game end in the same way as its opener -- with an interception.

After Hampton's score, Concord got a 15-yard run by quarterback Tony Moore and a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Robinson to move to the Bulldogs' 33 with 49 seconds left.

However, Moore's first-down pass over the middle was deflected and intercepted by Robinson linebacker Mike Skiptunas, sealing the victory for the Bulldogs (2-1).

"We finally got a good pass rush, we got a tip on the ball and Mike Skiptunas was there and made a good play on it," Cloninger said.

The Spiders dropped to 0-2.

With the score tied 20-20 at halftime, Robinson took its only other lead of the game on the opening possession of the third quarter.

Hampton ran for 57 yards on the first play from scrimmage and scored two plays later on a 2-yard run. The extra point was blocked.

Later in the third, Concord drove to the Bulldogs' 2 before losing a fumble after a pass reception.

The Spiders' defense held, though, and Concord took advantage of the short field. Tailback Roger Smith scored on a 27-yard run and Branden Barnhardt's extra point gave the Spiders a 27-26 lead with 1:18 left in the third.

The Spiders then put together a drive that took more than half of the time in the fourth quarter and were one play away from just about putting away the game.

Moore's keeper on fourth-and-7 from the Robinson 31 came up a yard short.

The Bulldogs took over with 2:32 left.

Bradley Clay threw to Chris Moon for 10 yards and a roughing the passer penalty two plays later moved the ball to the Concord 45.

Clay then rolled out and hit Cyrus Mojtabai over the middle for a 31-yard catch-and-run to the Spiders' 14.

"Cyrus extended the play and we were able to get them stretched and (Clay) threw back to him," Cloninger said. "(Cyrus) sat down in the hole and waited on it."

After a 10-yard reception by Moon, Hampton plowed in over the right side for the winning score.

Hampton rushed for 169 yards.

Concord led 7-0 before a track meet broke out in the second quarter.

The teams combined for five touchdowns in a span of 2:19.

Hampton had touchdown runs of 12 and 27 yards on consecutive carries.

In between, Dominique Posey returned a kickoff 85 yards for a Concord touchdown. After Hampton's second score, Moore connected with Bryan Franklin for a 72-yard touchdown play that put the Spiders ahead 20-12.

Robinson answered three plays later when Moon took a short pass and turned it into a 43-yard touchdown. Clay then threw to tight end Chris Dudas for the two-point conversion that tied the game.

Smith had a huge night in a losing effort for Concord, rushing for 218 yards and two touchdowns.

Moore completed 8 of 23 passes for 183 yards for Concord.

Clay was 13 of 30 for 163 yards for Robinson, which also overcame the loss of star lineman R.J. Mattes, who was ejected late in the third quarter for a late hit.

"Never giving up," Cloninger said about what the difference was for his team. "Staying after it and showing some mental toughness."

It was Robinson's second straight win over Concord following five straight losses.

Concord opens league play at home against Piedmont next Friday, while Robinson has an open date.

Hampton's TD run with 1:10 remaining completes rally

By Paul Hershey

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CONCORD -- Head coach Bobby Cloninger has stressed mental toughness as the key to success for his Jay M. Robinson team.

The Bulldogs showed plenty of that on Friday night.

Despite trailing for most of the game, Robinson continually battled back and pulled out a wild 32-27 victory over rival Concord at Robinson High.

Jason Hampton's 4-yard touchdown run -- his third score of the game -- with 1:10 left in the fourth quarter provided the winning points.

"It gives a whole lot of credibility to what we're trying to do," Cloninger said of the victory. "They're a good football team. Our kids showed a lot of perseverance by the way they came back. I'm going to give them all the credit.

"We earned this one."

Concord, meanwhile, made big strides offensively but saw its second game end in the same way as its opener -- with an interception.

After Hampton's score, Concord got a 15-yard run by quarterback Tony Moore and a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Robinson to move to the Bulldogs' 33 with 49 seconds left.

However, Moore's first-down pass over the middle was deflected and intercepted by Robinson linebacker Mike Skiptunas, sealing the victory for the Bulldogs (2-1).

"We finally got a good pass rush, we got a tip on the ball and Mike Skiptunas was there and made a good play on it," Cloninger said.

The Spiders dropped to 0-2.

With the score tied 20-20 at halftime, Robinson took its only other lead of the game on the opening possession of the third quarter.

Hampton ran for 57 yards on the first play from scrimmage and scored two plays later on a 2-yard run. The extra point was blocked.

Later in the third, Concord drove to the Bulldogs' 2 before losing a fumble after a pass reception.

The Spiders' defense held, though, and Concord took advantage of the short field. Tailback Roger Smith scored on a 27-yard run and Branden Barnhardt's extra point gave the Spiders a 27-26 lead with 1:18 left in the third.

The Spiders then put together a drive that took more than half of the time in the fourth quarter and were one play away from just about putting away the game.

Moore's keeper on fourth-and-7 from the Robinson 31 came up a yard short.

The Bulldogs took over with 2:32 left.

Bradley Clay threw to Chris Moon for 10 yards and a roughing the passer penalty two plays later moved the ball to the Concord 45.

Clay then rolled out and hit Cyrus Mojtabai over the middle for a 31-yard catch-and-run to the Spiders' 14.

"Cyrus extended the play and we were able to get them stretched and (Clay) threw back to him," Cloninger said. "(Cyrus) sat down in the hole and waited on it."

After a 10-yard reception by Moon, Hampton plowed in over the right side for the winning score.

Hampton rushed for 169 yards.

Concord led 7-0 before a track meet broke out in the second quarter.

The teams combined for five touchdowns in a span of 2:19.

Hampton had touchdown runs of 12 and 27 yards on consecutive carries.

In between, Dominique Posey returned a kickoff 85 yards for a Concord touchdown. After Hampton's second score, Moore connected with Bryan Franklin for a 72-yard touchdown play that put the Spiders ahead 20-12.

Robinson answered three plays later when Moon took a short pass and turned it into a 43-yard touchdown. Clay then threw to tight end Chris Dudas for the two-point conversion that tied the game.

Smith had a huge night in a losing effort for Concord, rushing for 218 yards and two touchdowns.

Moore completed 8 of 23 passes for 183 yards for Concord.

Clay was 13 of 30 for 163 yards for Robinson, which also overcame the loss of star lineman R.J. Mattes, who was ejected late in the third quarter for a late hit.

"Never giving up," Cloninger said about what the difference was for his team. "Staying after it and showing some mental toughness."

It was Robinson's second straight win over Concord following five straight losses.

Concord opens league play at home against Piedmont next Friday, while Robinson has an open date.

Monday, 18 September 2017 17:36

2008 JV Roster

1   Preston Morgan   22   Denzel Phillips     58   Michael Pearson
2   Jermaine Reid   23   Craig Bailes     59   Austin Chasteen
3   Eli Bost   24   Tres Giles     60   A.J. James  
4   Jason Willix   25   Michael Delargy     61   Kyle Franklin  
5   Taj Williams   30   Robbie Pigott     62   Trevor Truesdale
6   Varen Blake   31   Jared Allison     63   Jonathan Furr
7   Nathaniel Smith   32   William James     64   Carlos Medlin  
9   Taylor Nolte   33   Omar Meza     65   Stephon Francis
10   Jahlial (JD) Misenheimer   35   Justin Harris     66   Zach Whitten  
11   Jalen Ferguson   42   Adrian McWilliams   67   Jackie Hillie  
    12   Kenji Martin   50   Alex Salado     70   Del Drye  
13   Ben Kelnhofer   51   Ethan Bean     71   Hakeem Singletary
14   Desmond Shamsid-Deen   52   Curtis Wise     72   Cody Hammel  
15   Eddie Melo   54   Hunter White     77   Dylan Kluttz  
16   Dariane Myers   55   Jacob Gadd     78   D.J. McMullen-Eury
18   Zach Lewis   56   Max Tirk              
19   Devin Leech   57   Austin Everhardt              
Monday, 18 September 2017 17:32

2007 Roster

1                                                  Jaquise Moore WR/DB   9
2 Darieus Franklin                                          TE/LB                                         12 
Eric Brenk  QB/DB 10
Ben Brill  QB/DB  11 
Roger Smith  TB/DB 11 
6 Tony Moore  QB/DB 12 
7 Jimmy Drye WR/DB 12
8 Larry Johnson  WR/DB  12 
9 Antwan Haynie  FB/LB  12 
10 Jared Nash WR/DB  11
11 Darren Miller WR/DB 11
13 Evann Carpenter WR/DB 11
14 Brandon Barnhardt  K/WR/DB 10 
15 Ben Ritchie WR/DB  12
16 Jordan Havinga  QB/DB  10 
17 Austin Dixon  QB/DB  12
18 William Propst WR/DB 11 
19 Thomas Pack WR/DB 12
20 Dominique Bennett TB/DB 12
22 Zack Shue FB/LB 11
23 Bryan Franklin WR/DB 12
24 Neil Hammonds WR/DB 11
25 Brandon Phillips FB/LB 11
30 Sean Willix QB/DB 11
32 Ladedrick Posey RB/DE 10
33  Patrick Tutson TB/DB 11
40 Matt Josey TE/LB 12
42 Sean Cobb TE/DB 12
44 Marcus Rouse FB/NG 12
50 Holden Brayboy OL/DL 11
51 Frank Lockovitch OL/LB 11
52  Andrew Tucker OL/DL 11
54 Cody Luck FB/LB 12
55 Nathaniel Sedergren OL/LB  12
56 C.J. White OL/DL 11
58 Tyler Honeycutt OL/DL 11
59 Dan Brown OL/DL 11
60 Miguel Nito OL/DL 12
61 Isiaih Houston OL/DL 12
62 Chris Snyder OL/DL 11
64 Clint Scarborough OL/DL 12
65 Brandon Burchfield OL/DL 11
66 Justin St. John OL/DL 12
67 Ronald Cox OL/DL 12
70 Anthony Haynie OL/DL 12
71 Brett Baldwin OL/DL 11
72  Deangelo Luckey OL/Dl 11
73 Steven Arias OL/DL 11
74 John Bell OL/DL 11
76 Rashad Bennett OL/DL 12
77 Norman Young OL/DL 12
Monday, 18 September 2017 17:06

Spiders top Bulls

From Independent Tribune

Sep. 15--CONCORD -- Two fumbles on kickoff returns. Two miscues on punts.

That's how Friday night's South Piedmont Conference game with Hickory Ridge started for Concord High.

"I guess one thing that helped me is a little bit of experience," veteran coach E.Z. Smith said, referring to how he dealt with the Spiders' early mishaps. "Don't panic, stay with the game plan ... do what we got to do."

The calm, businesslike approach Smith and his coaching staff displayed on the sidelines during that rugged opening stretch obviously rubbed off on the Spiders, who after spotting the Ragin' Bulls the early advantage stormed back with 31 unanswered points to pull away to a 31-14 victory at rainy Bailey Stadium.

"I have a great coaching staff," Smith said. "They're experienced. They don't allow our team to look past the opponent. They also keep their head about them. They kept us in the ball game, our coaching staff did."

So did Roger Smith.

A week after setting a school single-game rushing record with 323 yards in a 41-6 romp over Piedmont, the junior tailback blitzed the Ragin' Bulls for 262 yards and two touchdowns.

Had it not been for two penalties that negated two touchdown runs, Smith would have easily broken that record

He scored on a 32 yard run in the third quarter, but it was called back because of holding. In the fourth quarter, a 78-yard scamper was disallowed because of an illegal block.

"I was disappointed because Roger ... before the game I thought Roger would probably break the record he set last week," Smith said. "I think he had ... I'm going to count 'em up and see how many yards he had. He had two called back that I know were just great runs."

After opening the season with two losses, Concord has now won two straight -- both coming in SPC play. The Spiders are tied for first place with Anson County, which knocked off A.L. Brown 24-21 on Friday.

But it far from easy.

The first-year Bulls put up a spirited effort in game that didn't offer many style points.

Concord fumbled three times in all, losing two on the first two kickoff returns, and struggled on special teams. One punt was blocked and another went awry when the snap sailed over the head of Brandon Barnhardt.

The Bulls turned two of those mistakes into scores -- a 24-yard touchdown pass from Brett Lilly to wide out Martin Murrell and a 3-yard run by Chase Phillips -- to jump out to a surprising 14-0 lead just eight minutes in.

"(Hickory Ridge coach) Marty Paxton did a great job," Smith said. "He's a former player and he knows what it's like to play here in Bailey Stadium. He prepared his kids and they did a good job. They got an opening turnover, took it down and scored. They got another turnover and another score."

It could have been much worse, but the Spiders' defense buckled down and kept the Bulls from converting on the other two turnovers deep in Concord territory.

That, in the end, was the difference.

Quarterback Tony Moore got Concord on the board with a 20-yard run a minute into the second quarter and by halftime, the Spiders had reeled off 24 points to go into the locker room ahead 24-14.

Moore tossed a 16-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Jimmy Drye, Smith ran for a 32-yard score and Barnhardt capped the run with a 36-yard field goal.

Smith's 17-yard run in the third quarter was the final score of the game, which was called with 4:16 remaining because of lightning.

"It's a win," Smith said. "What can you say. We're 2-0 in the conference after being 0-2. Again, we're tied with somebody for first place. As long as we're winning, we're all right."

Moore finished with 91 yards rushing, helping Concord to a huge advantage in first downs (20-5). Smith also had one reception for 37 yards, giving him 299 all-purpose yards.

Murrell paced the Bulls with seven catches for 104 yards. Hickory Ridge was held to just 5 yards rushing on 14 carries. Lilly was 9 of 25 for 103 yards.

"I can't complain," Smith said. "Marty did a great job with his kids. They played their hearts out."

Sunday, 10 September 2017 21:04

2pt conversion stop preserves win

MP Story

Tuesday, 05 September 2017 17:46

Huskies sprint past Spiders

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Saturday, 26 August 2017 00:35

Campbell return propels Spiders past Trojans

Concord hosted Pine Forest Friday in the first ever meeting of the schools.

The Spiders took a 7-0 lead after Jadon Bell’s 36 yard touchdown pass to Nick Santiago.

Early in the 2nd Landon Trott added a 35 yard field goal to give the Spiders a 10-0 lead.

The Trojans got on the board midway through the 2nd quarter with a 24 yard touchdown pass from Richard McEachern to Jordan Gladney.

With seconds left in the first half Bell found Joe Bond who hauled in an 8 yard touchdown pass. The drive was kept alive by a spectacular catch by wide receiver Ikym Hall. <photo>

Bond’s catch pushed the Spiders to a 17-7 halftime.

Pine Forest freshman quarterback Jadon Jones provided a spark for the Trojans in the 2nd half.

Jones scored from 11 yards out to get the Trojans with striking distance at 17-13.

After a Spider punt Jones hit Rowdell Robinson on the slant. 63 yards later the Trojans had a 19-17 lead with just over 10 minutes remaining.

After giving up scores on two straight possessions the Spiders needed a spark. Antonio Campbell came through with a 90 yard kickoff return touchdown. The Spiders reclaimed the lead and never looked back.

On the next possession Spider linebacker Clint Bost, Jr. stepped in front of a Trojan pass and set the Spiders up at midfield.

Landon Trott hit his second field goal of the night, this time from 26 yards to give the Spiders a 9 point cushion with minutes remaining.

The Spider defense buckled down and Emmanuel Arias broke up a 4th down pass to effectively end the Trojan threat.

He didn’t find the endzone but sophomore tailback L.J. Currie had a sparkling performance. Currie rushed for 173 yards on 27 carries.

The Spider defense came through when it mattered most. Clint Bost Jr. and Jordain Heilig paced the Spiders with 7 solo stops each. The duo 

Rick Sandidge had 2 sacks and Joe Coleman added one sack.  

 

Game Summary

1 2 3 4 FINAL
CONCORD 7 10 0 11 28
PINE FOREST 0 7 0 12 19

C - Santiago 36 yard pass from Bell (Trott XP)
C - Trott 35 yard field goal
PF - Gladney 24 pass from McEachern (Ryan XP)
C - Bond 5 yard pass from Bell (Trott XP)
PF - Jones 18 yard run (XP blocked)
PF - Robinson 63 yard pass from Jones (kick failed)
C - Campbell 75 kickoff return (Clint Bost Jr. 2-pt pass from Santiago)
C - Trott 26 yard field goal

Monday, 21 August 2017 13:05

2017 Statistics

Stats are through Berry Academy Game (6 games)

Passing Leaders

PLAYER NAME # COMP. ATT. YARDS TD INT
Bell Stats headshot
Jadon Bell
12 52 96 355 4
concord helmet2
Dajon Johnson
17 15 23 143    
Campbell STATS Headshot
Antonio Campbell
6 1 1 43 1  


Receiving Leaders

PLAYER NAME # CATCH YARDS TD
Hall stats head
Ikym Hall
3 15 142  
Currie Stat Headshot
L.J Currie
5 4 22 1
Campbell STATS Headshot
Antonio Campbell
6 17 243  
Joe bond 8 headshot 2017
Joe Bond
 1
Santiago Stats headshot
Nick Santiago
9 10 176 2
Heilig Stats Headshot
Jourdan Heilig
10 4 39  

Boger Stats Headshot
Zyion Boger 

23 11 161 1

 

Rushing Leaders

PLAYER NAME # ATT YARDS TD
Currie Stat Headshot
L.J. Currie
5 147 848 6
Campbell STATS Headshot
Antonio Campbell
6 7 21  
Heilig Stats Headshot
Jourdan Heilig
10 19 138  
Bell Stats headshot
Jadon Bell
12 36 52 2
Boger Stats Headshot
Zyoin Boger
23 4 31  
concord helmet2
Mobley
40 3 1  


Defense

        TACKLES   FUMBLE FUMBLE     INT.   PASS BLK
PLAYER # TACKLES AST. FOR LOSS SACK RECOVERY RET. YDS. TD INT. RET. YDS. TD DEF. KICK
Landon Trott Headshot 2017
LANDON TROTT
2 10                    
Hall stats head
IKYM HALL
3 8 1                 2  
Rocco DSouza Headshot 2017
ROCCO DSOUZA
4 12 3               2  
Currie Stat Headshot
L.J. CURRIE
5 1                      
Campbell STATS Headshot
ANTONIO CAMPBELL
6 2                      
JD Miller Headshot 2017
J.D. MILLER
7                  
Joe bond 8 headshot 2017
JOE BOND
8 18 8   1              
Santiago Stats headshot
NICK SANTIAGO
9 4 2                    
Heilig Stats Headshot
JORDAN HEILIG
10 37 14                  
Joe Coleman Headshot 2017
JOE COLEMAN
14 4 2   1                
Nemo Miller Headshot 2017
NEMO MILLER
15 13 2                    

McCRAE-BOSTICK
19                      
Emmanual Arias headshot 2017
EMMANUEL ARIAS
22 12 2                 2  
Boger Stats Headshot
ZYOIN BOGER
23 8                 2  
DAVONTE JOHNSON 24                        

HAKEEM KRIDER
25                      
Bobby Harris Headshot 2017
BOBBY HARRIS
30 4                      
  32 1                      
Clint Bost Jr Headshot 2017
CLINT BOST
33 37 22           1        
  37 1                      
  43 3                      
JP Porter Headshot 2017
J.P. PORTER
68                        
                           
Sia Olamou Headshot 2017
SIA OLOMUA
73 3                  
Louis Williams Headshot 2017
LOUIS WILLIAMS
77 6 3                  
Rick Sandidge headshot 2017
RICK SANDIDGE
90 21 10   3                
Anthony Flores 92 headshot 2017
ANTHONY FLORES
92 12 6                
                           
TOTALS   121 49   5 1     2     4  


Special Teams

Player # Punts Yards Average Extra Points
Made
Extra Points
Attempted
Field Goals
Attempted
Field Goals
Made
Total Points
Landon Trott Headshot 2017
Landon Trott
2 30 872 29.07 12 13 3 4 26
Marshall Eury Headshot
Marshall Eury
Long Snapper
                 



 

Friday, 18 August 2017 23:03

Bulls top Spiders in Opener

Concord opened the season Friday night taking on former SPC foe Hickory Ridge in Harrisburg. Concord had won the 4 previous meetings but the Bulls grabbed a firm hold on Friday's contest early on. 

Bulls senior quarterback Dylan Ratliff ran around left end 70 yards for a touchdown less than a minute into the contest. After a Spider punt Ratliff connected with Jarett Garner on a 27 yard touchdown pass.

Down 16-0, Spider quarterback Jadon Bell and a strong running game got the Spiders back into the contest.

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