The Bulldogs offense came up with several big scoring plays to take control of the Friday night's game. Wylie scored from from 27 yards or more on 4 different occasions to build their lead. They put it in the end zone on touchdowns on screen passes from 67 and 66 yards, and touchdowns runs of 27 and 44.
"I think it's huge. It gives your team a big lift. It gives them a quick score and gets everybody excited. I think we had that potential but I don't think we've had that many opportunities to have big plays for various reasons," said head coach Hugh Sandifer.
"It helps us a lot being able to connect with each other. We spend a lot of time during practice with our offense. Connecting with our line and making it better. Connecting with the running backs and learning what we need to do to help each other out. It really helps," said Justin Allison.
"It is good to see we've got some kids that can go to the endzone from a long ways out. Hopefully we'll continue that trend and give them a chance to show that talent," said Sandifer.
Wylie will look to make more big plays this Friday night when they welcome Snyder to Bulldog Stadium.