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BGHS overcame a furious second qtr by Lafayette and some key penalties and two interceptions to improve to 2-0 on the young season. Nacarius Fant snagged a 46 yard pass from QB Devin Hayes and Blue Tisdale ran 35 yards for another score in the first qtr. Dane Drobocky hit both PATs and the Purples led 14-0. Then Lafayette staged a very nice comeback with their QB scoring a rushing TD and throwing for another. The PATs were good, and the score was tied at 14 with 0:38 left in the first half. BGHS used a very effective two minute offense and, aided by a face mask penalty, scored on a one yard plunge by Tisdale with one second left before the half. The Purples were up 21-14 at halftime.

 

It was all Purples in the second half. Blake Pillow scored on an eight yd run and Spencer Renfro scored on an eight yd toss from Hayes for a 35-14 lead after three. Renfro scored again on a 36 yd pass from Hayes in the fourth, and the Generals tacked on a late score but failed on the two pt conversion attempt. Hunter Hanks scored the final pt of the game.

 

HUGE game next week as BGHS appears at home for the first time in 2012. They will be preparing for an outstanding St Xavier team. Best of luck for the Purples!:thumb::D

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I watched this game on iHigh, and I'll say this, Bowling Green is the real deal... tough, fast, and accurate... oh, and FYI, they are a class act.. they pulled their starters out after the 3rd QT, which is the reason this game is so close... congrats BG

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FINAL: BOWLING GREEN 42, LAFAYETTE 20: Defending 5A champ Bowling Green rang up its 17th consecutive victory by pulling away from a 21-14 halftime lead to take a 42-14 lead. Devin Hayes threw for 200 yards and 3 TDs; Nacarius Fant had 5 catches for 107 yards and a TD; Spencer Renfro caught a pair of TD passes, and Blue Tisdale ran for a pair of scores. Lafayette quarterback Garrett Peavler threw for 207 yards and 2 TDs.

 

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I watched this game on iHigh, and I'll say this, Bowling Green is the real deal... tough, fast, and accurate... oh, and FYI, they are a class act.. they pulled their starters out after the 3rd QT, which is the reason this game is so close... congrats BG

 

Don't be fooled. The ONLY reason they pulled their starters is to stay healthy for X next Friday. Ask around the BG area, they are notorious for leaving in their starters to pile on the points.

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Don't be fooled. The ONLY reason they pulled their starters is to stay healthy for X next Friday. Ask around the BG area, they are notorious for leaving in their starters to pile on the points.
Actually, when The Purples reach the running clock, that is usually when they pull their starters.....We have never heard anyone ever complain about that before.....:confused:
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