Chatham Central shuts out Princeton
By News-Argus Staff
Published in Sports on September 17, 2006 2:18 AM
BEAR CREEK -- Princeton averaged less than 3 yards per carry and turned it over five times in a 45-0 loss at Chatham Central on Friday in non-conference play.
The Bears led just 7-0 after one quarter, then erupted for 38 points in the final three to steadily pull away. The Bulldogs slipped to 1-4 heading into next Friday's home contest against Hampstead Topsail. The Bears improved to 1-4.
Gerrell Bogle led Princeton's ground effort with 57 yards on 18 carries. Bulldogs' quarterback Matthew Blackwell was 3-of-13 with two interceptions for 67 yards. Jared McLamb had one grab for 45 yards. The Bulldogs haven't scored in their last 10 quarters.
Chatham Central, now 1-2 against Class 1-A Carolina Conference teams, racked up 228 yards rushing and 138 yards through the air and finished with 366 yards of offense.
The Bears host 1-A powerhouse Thomasville on Friday.
Princeton 0 0 0 0 -- 0
Chatham Central 7 12 13 13 -- 45
Rushes-yds. 28-76 33-228
Passing yds. 67 138
Total yds. 143 366
Comp.-Att.-Int. 3-13-2 9-13-0
Fumbles-lost 5-3 2-2
Penalties-yds. 5-75 11-140
RUSHING -- Princeton -- Gerrell Bogle 18-57; Kevin Foy 3-6; Daniel Gerrell 3-9; Matthew Blackwell 1-3; Will Whitley 3-1.
PASSING -- Princeton -- Matthew Blackwell 3-13-2, 67.
RECEIVING -- Princeton -- Jared McLamb 1-45; Daniel Gerrell 1-22; Gerrell Bogle 1-0.
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