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By ZACK KLEMME The Independent LOUISA Lawrence County coach Joe Cecil summed up his team’s offensive approach this way: “Sometimes you’re gonna be the star, and sometimes you’re gonna help the star.”

The Bulldogs’ box score shone bright on Friday night in a 42-22 season-opening defeat of Boyd County.

Cole Mosley rushed for 182 yards and a touchdown, quarterback Grant Kiser ran for 84 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 143 yards and a score, Timmy Dalton pulled in seven passes for 127 yards, and Jacob Wellman ran to paydirt twice.

“Coach has been saying since I’ve been a freshman that (the offensive goal is) 4 yards per play,” Mosley said.

The Bulldogs did better than that: 482 yards over 57 plays equals just over twice as many yards per play as their benchmark — 8.5.

Lawrence County amassed 339 of them on the ground, thanks to its stable of weaponry.


Dawgs come out of gates in stride - The Independent Online: Sports

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