No. 10 Bulldogs start quick after long trip, bury Tigers

— The state-ranked South Callaway Bulldogs weren’t fazed by a three-hour-plus bus ride to the northeast corner of the state and a matchup against an unfamiliar foe.

South Callaway came out at full blast, scoring three times in a little over 3 minutes and blazing its way to a commanding 37-6 advantage over Scotland County after one quarter Friday night. The unbeaten Bulldogs coasted from there in trampling the winless Tigers 63-20.

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