Bremen 35, Chattahoochee County 0

September 15, 2012 

BREMEN, Ga. -- The Bremen Blue Devils (2-1, 1-0 Region 5-AA) dominated the Chattahoochee County Panthers in their first Region 5-AA game, 35-0, Friday night.

The Blue Devils dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. They were virtually unstoppable all game long. Zach Williams put the first score on the board for Bremen on a 3 yard run. With the extra point blocked, the score was 6-0. Williams punched in another touchdown on a second three yard run on the next Blue Devil possession. Quarterback Trent McClure ran in a 2-point conversion to raise the score to 14-0.

Following the start of the second quarter, McClure was able to bring another touchdown to the Bremen side with a 10 yard run, bringing the score up to 21 to 0. The ensuing drive almost saw a Panther touchdown, but a pass was intercepted in the end zone by Sean Stassie. On the subsequent Bremen drive, Josh Johnson caught a 52 yard bomb from McClure for a fourth touchdown elevating the score to 28-0 before the half.

After a scoreless third quarter, Daulton Pope sprinted in a 3 yard touchdown to bring around the final score of 35-0 for Bremen.

Bremen's offense totaled 298 rushing yards on 39 attempts and 52 passing yards. Zach Williams had 17 attempts for 105 yards and two touchdowns. Sean Stassie had 61 yards on 5 attempts, while Cameron Porter had 53 on 3 attempts. Quarterback Trent McClure had 40 rushing yards on 5 attempts, and 52 passing yards on one attempt, with two touchdowns total.

The Panther offense totaled 207 yards, with 107 on the ground with 31 attempts. Quarterback Chris Askew passed for 100 yads, completing 10 of 15 passes, with one interception.

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