Mustangs Can't Stop South Davidson's Rushing Attack
North Moore knew going in that it was going to face a big, bruising South Davidson football team Friday.
And South Davidson lived up to its physical nature, with 10 players combining to rush for 374 yards on 60 carries in a 32-0 win over the visiting Mustangs in a Yadkin Valley Conference clash.
Earlier in the week, Mustang coach Greg Simmons said that the Wildcats were a physical team that liked to pound the football with its rushing attack. The main pounder for the home team was Matthew Bryant, who rushed 25 times for 194 yards and three touchdowns.
Jared Pugh added 89 yards for South Davidson and one score. The other touchdown was provided by Will Collins, who finished with 43 yards on four carries.
South Davidson improved to 2-4 (1-1 conference), while North Moore fell to 0-5 (0-2).
Next week, the Mustangs take a road trip to North Rowan for another conference game.
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