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Bulldogs run record to 4-0

Harlem 38, Social Circle 6

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SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. — Austin Burke helped Harlem trounce Social Circle 38-6 on Friday to run its record to 4-0.

The Bulldogs, who are 2-8 last year, got 167 yards on the ground from Austin Burke.

Burke scored three touchdowns, each from 3 yards out.

The Bulldogs put their perfect record on the line next week against Screven County.

Harlem 6 18 7 7 – 38

Social Circle 0 0 0 6 – 6

First Quarter

H-Austin Burke 3 run (kick failed). 7:00

Second Quarter

H-Burke 3 run (Tyler Shepard pass from Hunter Rippe). 8:10

H-Lane Phillips FG. 7:10

H-Burke 3 run (Phillips kick).:19

Third Quarter

H-Chris Harris 29 run (Phillips kick). 7:37

Fourth Quarter

H-Owen Price 3 run (Phillips kick). 8:19

SC-6 run (kick failed). 1:26

  H SC
First Downs 22 4
Rushes-Yards 58-358 30
Passing Yards 17 50
Comp.-Att.-Int. 3-7-0
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1
Penalties-Yards 4-40


RUSHING–Harlem: Austin Burke 22-167, Jordan Dorsey 10-55, Chris Harris 10-84, Bailey Postell 11-46, Tanner Miller 2-9, Owen Price 3-(-1),

PASSING–Harlem: Hunter Rippe 2-6-5, Owen Price 1-1-12

RECEIVING–Harlem: Justin Postell 1-2, Carson Gurley 1-8.

Record: Harlem 4-0. Next: Harlem vs Screven County.

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What next 09/21/13 - 10:12 am
Austin Burt

Please get his name right, it is Austin Burt. With his accomplishments and the resume he is building he needs his name spelled correctly!

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