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Hartselle Enquirer

Bulldogs’ record-breaking season comes to a close in loss at Oneonta

ONEONTA — Priceville’s record-setting season came to a close in the second round of the Class 4A playoffs this past Friday at Oneonta in a 34-20 loss. Priceville season ends at a school-record 11-1.

Oneonta took an early 7-0 lead with a touchdown return on the opening kickoff. However, the Bulldogs answered back with a 28-yard touchdown run by Xander Gaines to make the score 7-6. Oneonta blocked the Priceville extra point for the one-point lead.

Oneonta extended their lead to 21-6 at halftime. They added two more scores in the second half to lead 34-6.

Priceville wasn’t going down without a fight, as they scored two touchdowns before the game ended. The first was on an 11-yard Mason Cartee run with five minutes left and the second was on a Jackson Prickett 12-yard touchdown pass to Gaines.

Cartee finished with 96 yards rushing and a touchdown on 22 carries. Gaines added 59 yards rushing and a touchdown on nine carries and had two catches for 34 yards and a touchdown.

Cartee finishes his career second on the rushing list at Priceville with 4,357 yards and 60 touchdowns. Gaines finished with 1,943 yards rushing with 17 touchdowns, along with 760 yards receiving and seven touchdowns.

Jake Langlois had 14 tackles in his final game to lead the Bulldogs’ defense. He finished the season with 114 tackles and 234 total in 24 career games.

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