The Bears junior Dalton Davis guards the ball against the Holy Spirit Catholic High School Titans during their last region game of the season.
The Bears junior Dalton Davis guards the ball against the Holy Spirit Catholic High School Titans during their last region game of the season.

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Billingsley defeats Holy Spirit 66-6

Published 10:28pm Friday, October 25, 2013

The Billingsley Bears defeated the Holy Spirit Catholic High School Titans by a final score of 66-6.

In their last region game of the season, the Bears started off the first half of Friday’s game with five touchdowns.

In the second half, Titans freshman Christian Giggie scored the only touchdown for Holy Spirit.

The Bears scored three touchdowns in the second half for a final score of 66-6.

“We were able to have a lot of young guys who got to play tonight that haven’t played a lot this season,” Bears coach Tyson McLean said. “We came out and played well from the beginning tonight. This will hopefully help build momentum for us leading into the playoffs.”

Sophomore Tommy Williams was the leading rusher with six carries for 106 yards and two touchdowns.

Junior Rashaud Caver had three carries for 42 yards and two touchdowns, junior Dalton Davis had six carries for 65 yards and one touchdown, and junior Thomas Nichols had one carry for 62 yards and a touchdown.

Freshman Jeffery Lee had a 15-yard interception, and sophomore Mason Friday had a fumble recovery for 23 yards and a touchdown.

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