Saints shut out Bulldogs in first home game of the season
Published 12:05 pm Wednesday, August 30, 2017
The Prentiss Christian Saints dominated the Christian Collegiate Academy (CCA) Cougars in all phases of the game with a 36-0 victory in the first home game of the season Friday night.
Wade Watkins got the Saints off to a hot start with a 43-yard run for a touchdown. Then, Chandler Holloway caught a 13-yard touchdown pass from Steven Colson for a quick 14-0 lead early in the second quarter.
Jacob Anderson scored on a 24-yard run before halftime to give the Saints a 20-0 lead.
The Saints’ defense opened up scoring in the second half with a tackle by Triston Bridges, resulting in a safety, adding two points to their lead.
Hunter Bolin and Micah Bullock led the defense with six tackles each and Layton Hudson had a crucial sack of the quarterback, stopping a Bulldog drive. Colson continued the scoring attack with a 27-yard run.
Finally, the Saints defense finished up the scoring on an electric 67-yard interception return by Jacob Anderson, culminating in a 36-0 win.
Watkins had 10 carries for 134 yards, 2 catches for 40 yards, and a rushing touchdown.
Colson contributed 119 yards of total offense with a rushing touchdown.
The Saints’ defense was dominant, holding the CCA Bulldogs to only two first downs and the first shutout of the season.
Prentiss Christian moves to 2-0 on the season with an open date next Friday.
The Saints return to action on Friday, Sept. 8, traveling to DeKalb to take on the Kemper Academy Rams.
Steven Colson 8-16-89 1 touchdown.
Wade Watkins 10-134 1 touchdown.
Jacob Anderson 9-39 1 Touchdown.
Steven Colson 4-85 1 Touchdown.
Daniel Magee 2-13
Chandler Holloway 2-28 1 touchdown, Wade Watkins 2-25, Layton Hudson 1-20, John Ryan Lee 1-11, Jacob Anderson 1-5, Dathon Dungan 1-0.
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Wade Watkins 2-61
Triston Bridges 1-12
Total Tackles: Hunter Bolin 6, Micah Bullock 6, Jacob Anderson 5, Wade Watkins 4, Daniel Magee 4, Layton Hudson 3 1 QB sack, Dathon Dungan 2, Jerod Dungan 2, Triston Bridges 1, Chandler Holloway 1.