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Green dominates, Burke County rolls past Hephzibah

Burke County 55, Hephzibah 0

Friday, Sept. 6, 2013 9:54 PM
Last updated Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013 1:56 AM
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 Donquell Green made up for lost time and lost stats Friday night.

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Quarterback Donquell Green scores his fourth rushing touchdown -- on a 12-yard run - increasing Burke County's lead to 48-0 over Hephzibah in the first half on Friday.   JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF
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Quarterback Donquell Green scores his fourth rushing touchdown -- on a 12-yard run - increasing Burke County's lead to 48-0 over Hephzibah in the first half on Friday.

TEAM PAGE: Hephzibah Rebels

The Burke County senior quarterback ran for four touchdowns and passed for another – all in the first half – as the Bears rolled to a 55-0 win over Hephzibah.

Burke County, the No. 2 team in Class AAAA, notched its first win after having its season opener two weeks ago at Thomson cancelled due to lightning – the Bears led that contest 21-0 in the second quarter when it was called. Last week, Burke County had a bye.

“We needed to play some football tonight,” Bears coach Eric Parker said. “We’ve been kind of sitting on the shelf, not getting a chance to play, getting a little bit of teaser at Thomson. That was the big thing, getting a chance to get out here and start doing what we do on Friday nights.”

In 14 minutes against Thomson, Green scored three touchdowns and added 235 yards of total offense in 14 minutes of action against Thomson. But the cancellation erased his stats.

In his first official action, Green picked up where he left off. On the first play from scrimmage, the speedster broke off a 25-yard run. He followed with runs of 17 and 5 yards.

With Green running the high-speed, up-tempo offense, the Bears took the opening kickoff and went 80 yards in six plays. Donqual Young capped the drive with a 14-yard run 101 seconds into the contest, the first of his two scores.

Then, Green took over, recording touchdowns on the next five drives. He finished with 187 rushing yards on nine carries and added 69 yards on 4 of 5 passing.

“Everything moved fast,” he said. “In practice, our whole team moves fast. We always focus on speed. So if we can keep the tempo fast, everything will run smooth.”

Hephzibah (1-1) allowed 421 yards of total offense while gaining just 44 total yards.

“We showed a lot of fight,” Hephzibah coach John Bowen. “It just got away from us. That pace will just wear you out.”

BURKE COUNTY 55, HEPHZIBAH 0

PLAY OF THE GAME: Quarterback Donquell Green broke around the right side, hurdled a defender at the 35 and darted down the sideline for a 58-yard touchdown run to give Burke County a 14-0 lead less than three minutes into the game.

STAR OF THE GAME: Green had 256 total yards of offense by halftime.

WHY BURKE COUNTY WON: The Bears’ offense was unstoppable.

WHY HEPHZIBAH LOST: The Rebels had no answer for Green and couldn’t muster any offense.

NEXT: Coffee at Burke County, 7:30, Friday. Hephzibah at Westside, 7:30, Friday.

BURKE COUNTY 55, HEPHZIBAH 0

Burke County 14 34 7 0 – 55

Hephzibah 0 0 0 0 – 0

First Quarter

BC–Donqual Young 14 run (Untorrey Thomas kick), 10:19

BC–Donquell Green 58 run (Thomas kick), 7:43

Second Quarter

BC–Green 2 run (Thomas kick), 11:54

BC–Green 31 run (Thomas kick), 9:14

BC–Gregory Roberson 10 pass from Green (Thomas kick), 5:52

BC–Young 11 run (kick failed), 4:41

BC–Green 12 run (Thomas kick), :51

Third Quarter

BC–Boisey Lewis 10 run (Thomas kick), 2:12

 BCH
First Downs265
Rushes-Yards45-33822-11
Passing Yards8333
Comp.-Att.-Int.6-21-24-14-1
Fumbles-Lost2-21-1
Punts-Yds 0-08-248
Penalties-Yards10-986-45

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING–Burke County: Donquell Green 9-187, Donqual Young 6-48, Antonio Harold 4-14, Jawone Bennett 6-53, Kristopher Skinner 3-27, Caleeb Roberson 2-26, Keenan Parker 6-17, Boisey Lewis 5-47, William Osborne 2-10, Jocquez Habersham 1-2, Reginald Grubbs 1-9. Hephzibah: Quintae Brown 8-6, Wallace Curtis 9-14, Chris Hall 3-(-7), Stephon Washington 1-1, D’Angelo Stokes 1-(-3).

PASSING–Burke County: Green 4-5-0 69, Antonio Harold 1-5-0 14. Hephzibah: Chris Hall 4-14-1 33.

RECEIVING–Burke County: Untorrey Thomas 2-53, Andrew Alford 2-20, Gregory Roberson 1-10. Hephzibah: Jalen Heggs 3-22, JayQuan Lewis 1-11.

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jack234 09/06/13 - 11:10 pm
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Only lightening tonight was

Only lightening tonight was the lightening speed of that Bears offense!!
Because that's the way we roll.

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rebellious 09/07/13 - 01:33 am
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Jack234

Act like you've won before. Crissake, the score was 55 to zip, you gotta crow? How bout dig through your daddy's stuff, may have to reach back to yo Grandpa, and dig up a fragment of class. And then, try not to act like the classless Thomson fans. Just an idea. Cause guess what, you won't be good forever. The sun don't shine on the same dogs butt all the time.

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