The DMS Bulldogs upped their record to 3-2 with a victory over Moore Haven, and the talented team knows it could have been even better. “A questionable last-minute, pass-interference call against Lake Placid, and a touchdown take away against Hardee, is all that kept us from being undefeated,” said Assistant Coach Mark Anderson.
But it is what it is, and these kids are learning and getting better. With a few key players out due to injury, the coaching staff wasn’t quite sure what to expect against Moore Haven, but all doubts were squelched in the second half as the Bulldogs scored 22 points and defeated the Terriers 25-7.
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