Posted: Friday, October 12th 2012 at 11:52pm
North Hall keeps on rolling, rushes for 510 yards in win
GAINESVILLE -- At this rate, North Hall might run right out of the state before the season ends.
The Trojans racked up 510 yards rushing on Friday -- almost 150 better than their per game average of 351 -- as they flattened Fannin County 63-0 in Gainesville.
Eleven different North Hall ball carriers finished in positive yardage on the night, including 150 yards and two touchdowns on just four carries from Zac Little. Quarterback Bradley Brown also enjoyed a strong night, rushing seven times for 105 yards and a touchdown.
The Trojans (5-1, 3-0 Region 7-AAA) exploded for 20 first quarter points and never looked back, as Brown and Little sprinted into the end zone on runs of 63 and 68 yards, respectively. Marcus Hulsey and Andrew Smith, who rotates at quarterback (and also rushed for 85 yards), then hooked up on an 11-yard pass and the rout was on.
The Trojans defense also got in on the act, limiting Fannin to 228 yards and scoring late in the game on a 93-yard interception return from Avery Cagle. Destin Bennett paced North Hall with 13 total tackles, 10 solo.
The Trojans will look to keep rolling next week when they play host to White County.
Fannin County (1-5, 1-2) will look to bounce back next week when the Rebels play host to Banks County.
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