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Hartselle Enquirer

Bulldogs down Wildcats

Priceville running back Blake Cartee looks to break free | Special to the Enquirer
Kyle Haynes on a kick return for good yardage gain against Westminster. | Special to the Enquirer

The Bulldogs posted another victory in this historic season. The Priceville Bulldogs continue their undefeated season downing the Westminster Christian Wildcats 40-28.  The Priceville Football program is on pace to set school records in nearly all categories.
Kaleb Barker continues to put up huge numbers, leading the Bulldogs with touchdown runs of 71, 65, 49 and 2.  Carrying 15 times total for 273 yards.  Aaron Cartee carried 13 times for 68 yards.

Parker Gwin and Kyle Haynes collected two of Barker’s passes for scores, while Austin Smith grabbed a two point conversion in the passing game.  Barker was 11-21 and 176 yards on the night.

The Wildcats kept pressing the Bulldogs and kept the score close all night. The Priceville Bulldogs stopped the Cats on the goal line when Barker stopped the run and caused a fumble that was recovered by Weston Bodley in the end zone.  The Bulldog defense got two more turnovers in the first half with interceptions by Kaleb Barker and Kyle Haynes.
Late in the game the Wildcats had cut the lead to 32-28 when Barker sealed the win with one of his three long runs.

The Wildcats would attempt to respond, but the Bulldogs would force them to concede by a turn over on downs.
The game ended with Priceville in victory formation as time expired.
Priceville hosts Danville next Friday for Homecoming at 7 pm.

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