Bulldogs Seriously Mistreat Hemphill, CORRIGAN, September 19, 2009 - Friday night the Corrigan Bull Dogs had their homecoming game. The Dogs played the Hemphill Hornets and totally ran away with the game. The dogs dominated the entire game on both sides of the ball. The ground game was alive and well for Corrigan as their rushers ripped off huge chunks of real estate. On this night, the Dawgz were hitting on all cylinders as they passed for 2 more touchdowns. The defense was stingy and only gave up one touchdown. By time the dust cleared the thrashing was complete: Dawgs 52 - Hornets 6
Fans gather for what turned out to be a worthwhile show and a real treat from the hometown boys.
JoCourtney Johnson owned the evening and was the most valuable player for the Dawgz.
A force to be reckoned with: Johnson seemed to be everywhere on this humid evening.
The Hemphill backfield was almost constantly oppressed by defensive lineman Matt Hubbard (60).
Quarterback Greg Nobles couldn't do anything wrong as he led his possessed offense. Here, Nobles launches a touchdown strike.
Excellent blocking and fabulous running spelled a huge offensive performance. Eric Durham (with the ball) follows his blockers.
Separated from the ball: A Hornet receiver gets waylayed just as he touched the ball as the Corrigan defense clamped down for most of the game.
JoCourtney Johnson was a nightmare for the Hemphill defense.
Another picture of Johnson (yep, he had that kind of night).
Eric Durham eludes a defender.
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