The Boiling Springs Bulldogs dominated all facets of the game on Friday night against Clover en route to a 51-0 victory.
The Bulldogs offense scored at will. Their defense handled the Eagles. Even special teams came up with big play after big play.
Daniel Thompson guided the Bulldogs offense with ease up and down the field. The sophomore was 9-for-12 for 166 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran a touchdown in from 6 yards out. Thompson connected with Reggie Geter for a 43-yard touchdown in the first possession of the game. He found Mason Sanders on a fade route to the corner of the end zone on the second possession of the game.
On the ground Tre-Shaun Sanderlin led the way with 12 carries for 90 yards and three touchdowns.
For the Eagles (0-3), it was another tough game in a rough start to the season. The lone bright spot was tailback Ladarius Adams, who had 17 carries for 96 yards.
We have got to improve every day, Clover coach John Devine said.
• Charlotte Country Day 38, Great Falls 12: Charlotte Country Day raced to a 21-0 halftime lead and routed the Great Falls Red Devils in Great Falls.
All of the Red Devils scoring came in the fourth quarter. C.C. Caldwell got the Red Devils on the board with a 3-yard run to make it 38-7. Clark Schoefields 20-yard pass to Oamr Dean completed the scoring for Great Falls.
The Red Devils fell to 2-2 on the year with the loss.
• Central Pageland 28, Lancaster 13: Central of Pageland defeated the Lancaster Bruins in Lancaster. The Eagles racked up 243 yards in total offense and picked up 12 first downs. Lancaster tallied 11 first downs and had 193 yards in total offense.
K. Jackson led the Bruins in rushing with 55 yards on 14 carries. He also completed 5 of 15 passes for 50 yards and had a touchdown. E. Ishmael led Lancaster in receiving with 2 catches for 42 yards.
The loss dropped the Bruins to 1-2 on the year.
Compiled by Sam Copeland