Pike County falls to Mobile Christian in 3A Quarterfinals – The Troy Messenger

Pike County lost to Mobile Christian in the 3A Quarterfinals

Published 10:43 pm Friday, November 18, 2022

The Pike County Bulldogs (8-3) saw their season end Friday night in the 3A Quarterfinals, falling to the Mobile Christian Leopards (6-7) by a score of 27-7.

Pike County struggled to move the ball all night, and a combination of injuries, turnovers and penalties cost the Bulldogs. Pike County had just 67 yards of offense and was punted 10 times for 98 yards in the loss. Pike County’s main hitter, senior Ian Foster, was injured on the first drive of the game and was unable to compete for the rest of the game. Omari Barrow left the game with an injury.

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However, despite the penalties, injuries and turnovers, the Bulldog defense kept Pike County in the game as long as possible, holding the balanced Leopard offense to 215 total yards.

The two sides entered the second quarter tied at 0-0, and the tie remained scoreless until the final seconds of the half. With 26 seconds left in the second quarter, Landen Snow threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to Michael Moore to give the Leopards a 7-0 halftime lead.

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The two sides traded blows to open the third quarter, and then it started snowing for the Bulldogs. Late in the third quarter, Mobile Christian’s Ben Brewer scored on a 26-yard run. The Bulldogs then threw an interception on the next possession, and two plays later, Miguel Camboia threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to Brewer to extend the lead to 20-0.

In the fourth quarter, Brewer intercepted a Bulldog pass and ran 70 yards for a touchdown to extend the lead to 27-0. Pike County finally got on the board with under two minutes remaining when Bulldog Que Carter made a foul snap on a Leopard punt for the game-tying touchdown.

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Zay Carlisle led the Pike County offense with 15 carries for 58 yards, while Barrow went 5-for-10 for five yards and two interceptions. On defense, Markelis Hobdy had nine tackles, two tackles for loss and a sack. Sophomore Jamious Williams had an interception for the Bulldogs, and Carter recovered two fumbles.

At the end of Pike County’s season, the Bulldogs rebounded from an 0-9 season in 2021 to win eight games and reach the quarterfinals of the playoffs.


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