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Updated: 10/12/2017 08:30:02AM

DMS Bulldogs learn in loss to Hardee

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A great catch by Hardee late in the first half was called back due to an illegal block. It wasn’t enough of a break for the Bulldogs however, as they lost the contest 16-6.

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Jakeemis Pelham runs up the middle in second half action against Hardee. DeSoto had some long runs in the game, but none hurt worse than a touchdown run called back. The Dogs lost 16-6.

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Lavarius Wesley gets ready to wrap up the Hardee running back in a middle school football game. The defense played well, but the dogs fell short, losing 16-6.

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Jakeemis Pelhan rounds the corner and makes a long gain for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs struggled to get the ball in the end zone however, and took a 16-6 loss.

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The DMS Bulldogs defense was in hot pursuit of the ball all day long against the Hardee Wildcats. The defense allowed only one touchdown but the Bulldogs couldn’t put enough points on the board, losing 16-6.

By DAVE BREMER

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It’s not uncommon to hear a coach tell his players to learn from their mistakes. In the football game against Hardee the DMS Bulldogs had numerous opportunities taken away due to mistakes, or “unforced errors” as they’re sometimes called, letting the Hardee Wildcats scamper away with a 16-6 victory over the Bulldogs.

Make no mistake, the 1-2 Bulldogs are a good-looking, well coached middle school football team. They have size and speed; they can run and throw the ball; and their defense can be very intimidating at times.

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