Clark helps Bruins rout A.J.

Robert Earl CarterAugust 25, 2007 

KERSHAW -- Lancaster's Bruins used an overpowering rushing attack to batter Andrew Jackson into submission and win on the road, 42-13.

The game was typified by the Bruins' first scoring drive, which ground away 64 yards and eight minutes, capped by Taniel Massey's 1-yard run.

Lancaster's second touchdown came after a 6-yard punt, and the Bruins never looked back.

Dawon Thompson had two sacks in the first quarter to help keep the Bruins in excellent field position. Lancaster started in Andrew Jackson territory on all but two of its drives in the game.

Lancaster 42

A. Jackson 13

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