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Carlson, Powell lead Bulldogs past Wildfire

MOTT -- Mathew Carlson and Adam Powell pounded in a combined five touchdowns and helped lead Bowman County (4-4) to a shootout victory over Mott-Regent (3-4) 54-50.

MOTT - Mathew Carlson and Adam Powell pounded in a combined five touchdowns and helped lead Bowman County (4-4) to a shootout victory over Mott-Regent (3-4) 54-50.

After falling behind by 10 points in the first quarter, the Bulldogs posted three straight 16-point quarters en route to the win in a game that had a combined 104 points. Carlson finished with 246 rush yards while Powell tallied 166.

In the loss, Mott-Regent’s Brady Wegh found the end zone five times, rushing for 255 yards and throwing for 313 more.

Bowman County 54, Mott-Regent 50

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First quarter

MR - Brady Wegh 39 rush (Hunter Crist run)

BC - Mathew Carlson 10 run (conversion no good)

MR - Wegh 26 run (Cody Perkins pass from Wegh)

Second quarter

BC - Carlson 1 run (Corban Massey run)

MR - Wegh 1 run (conversion no good)

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BC - Carlson 40 run (Carlson run)

MR - Crist 44 pass from Wegh (Crist pass from Wegh)

Third quarter

BC - Brian Reza Anaya 15 run (Carlson run)

MR - Perkins 28 pass from Wegh (Perkins pass from Wegh)

BC - Adam Powell 14 rush (Carlson run)

MR - Wegh 80 rush (conversion no good)

Fourth quarter

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BC - Powell 2 rush (Powell run)

MR - Crist 12 rush (conversion no good)

BC - Carlson 35 rush (Carlson run)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING: BC, Carlson 26-246, Powell 16-166, Massey 7-53.MR, Wegh 25-255.

PASSING: BC, Massey 1-2-1 0 yards. Wegh 21-29-1 313.

RECEIVING: BC, Crist 12-197, Perkins 6-94.

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