RED BAY - The score may have been low, but the emotions were high, what was predicted as a gritty hard fought game that ended in a nailbiter, as the Addison Bulldogs were defeated by the Red Bay Tigers 16-10.
The Bulldogs never gave up, having opportunities to outscore their opponent, but their drive pressing deep to the Tiger 10 late in the game was no match for swarming Red Bay defenders.
The clock was the Bulldogs’ final enemy, as the final seconds ticked away, ending the drive and the hope for victory.
ADDISON - The Bulldogs of Addison displayed their honed skills Friday night, Sept. 6, with a win over their arch rival- Winston County High Yellow Jackets, 36 - 14. It was a gritty, field-stomping and romping game.
Addison received the ball at the start, while Winston held their ground, forcing Addison to punt on fourth down. As quick as a flash, the ball was recovered by Addison, though it was short- lived, with the Yellow Jackets recovering a fumble. However, the Jackets were penalty plagued, and even with two complete passes, they were forced to punt.
ADDISON - The 2A reigning volleyball champions, the Addison Lady Bulldogs, took down 4A Danville, in action Thursday, Aug. 29, at AHS. Danville is currently ranked #6.
The match went 3 to 1 sets, with AHS winning the first set 25-22. Danville took the second one 25-18, and the Lady Bulldogs taking the final two 25-23 and 26-24. The Lady Bulldogs have been without Savannah Manley in the middle due to a knee injury. She returned to play Thursday night, contributing to Addison’s win.
Stats for the Addison Lady Bulldogs include: Addisyn Smothers, 7 digs, 1 ace, 4 kills;
ADDISON - No stingers were seen from the Curry Yellow Jackets as the Addison Bulldogs stomped their way to victory in a 37-0 shutout Friday, Aug. 23, at A.G. Hicks Stadium.
At the end of the first quarter, the score was still zero for both teams, but everything clicked for Addison during the second quarter where they blazed a scorching hot trail to the end zone for 27 points. The first touchdown came with 11:04 remaining in the first half with a drive up to the one-yard line taken over by Grant Rice for the touchdown. Eli Howse added the point after,making the score 7-0.