Geraldine sails past the competition for a Homecoming victory.
Marla Jones, Sports Editor
GERALDINE, Ala.-- The Geraldine Bulldogs celebrated their Homecoming with a 28-0 victory over the Ohatchee Indians on Friday night.
The Geraldine Bulldogs rambled down the field for 82-yards before scoring on a 25-yard run by Caleb Hall, with 5:29 remaining in the first. The extra point was good, giving the Bulldogs the 7-0 lead over Cedar Bluff. Jaxon Colvin made the 48-yard pass connection with Cody Satterfield , for another Bulldog touchdown with 2:06 remaining in the first. The PAT was good to give the Geraldine Bulldogs the 14-0 advantage at the end of the first quarter.
After a turnover on downs at midfield by Ohatchee, Geraldine took over. The Bulldogs capitalized on the turnover, with a touchdown by Carlos Mann. The PAT was good, padding the Geraldine lead to 21-0, with 8:25 remaining in the first half. After a short punt, the Ohatchee Indians took over at the 34-yard line. Kobe Hill intercepted the Indian pass in the end zone, stopping the Ohatchee drive. Geraldine carried the 21-0 lead into the half.
Geraldine scored on their second possession in the third quarter with another Caleb Hall touchdown. Ohatchee blocked the field goal, making the final score of the night, 28-0.
Caleb Hall led the Geraldine Bulldogs with 112 yards on sixteen carries and two touchdowns. Carlos Mann had 64 yards on 8 carries and one touchdown.
The Geraldine Bulldogs will host Westbrook Christian on Friday.