Crockett Too Much for Bulldogs, LUFKIN, November 28, 2015 - The Corrigan-Camden Bulldogs met with the Crockett Bulldogs for the third round of the high school playoffs and were easily routed by a much better Crockett. The two teams squared off in Lufkin Panther stadium but the result was about the same as when they met earlier in the regular season. The Crockett Bulldogs are just a much better team. It's not fun to say that, but it is what it is. The Dogs had a great season, started off good winning easily in their first couple of games, then went through some turbulence and lost a few. By the end of the regular season, the Dogs seemed to be hitting on all cylinders. In the playoffs, the Dogs easily routed the Trinity Tigers (after losing to the Tigers in the regular season). The following week they destroyed the Dublin Lions in the second round, but for the 2015 season, Crockett was like a brick wall. In last night's game, Crockett had a 28 to 0 lead at the end of the first quarter. By halftime, Crockett was winning 42 to 0. For the second half, Crockett just went into cruise control and scored one more TD. They allowed Corrigan to manage 24 points, but that was much too little and much too late. The Dogs had a great season and have nothing to be ashamed of.
A Crockett defender intercepts a Bulldog pass early in the first quarter.
Sophomore Quarterback, Ty Love is showing lots of promise for the Dogs. He's got good height to see downfield and can runs well with the ball.
Corrigan-Camden fans showed up to support their Bulldogs.
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