Strong Start Propels Blackman Past Smyrna 42-10

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Blackman scored two touchdowns in the first half of the first quarter en route to a 42-10 win over Smyrna. Charlie Davidson scored on the first play of the game...

Bryan Barrett with the call here on NewsRadio WGNS. Their next time on offense, Blaze quarterback Jauan Jennings found Ronnie Killing less than five-minutes into the game...

Jennings would throw three touchdowns in the game and was 9-of-10 passing for 239 yards. Davidson would finish with 106 yards on six carries, all in the first half. He'd go out late in the 2nd quarter with a hip flexor injury that kept him sidelined for the remainder of the game.

Smyrna's Alex Baeza connected on a 21-yard field goal, his sixth of the year and Devin Smith ran in a one-yard touchdown in the first half to make it 28-10.

However, Blackman would find the endzone late in the third quarter and again early in the fourth to put the game away. With the win, Blackman improves to 8-and-0 while Smyrna, who has lost three of their last four games, drops to 5-and-3. Next up for the Bulldogs is Stewarts Creek on the road. Blackman will entertain Siegel next Friday night.

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