Selma wins on road, Maplesville too much for Dallas county
Published 12:22 am Saturday, September 30, 2017
The Selma High Saints (3-2) won 55-24 on the road Friday night against Sumter Central (1-5).
The team started off slow, according to Saints head coach Christopher Raymond, but they never lost control of the game.
Despite three fumbles in the first half, Selma had a 24-12 lead at half time and never looked back.
“We executed better than we had the last two ball games offensively,” Raymond said. “I know we had well over 200 yards rushing and passing. I thought my defense played pretty well.”
Selma’s next ball game will be on the road against Northridge on Oct. 6.
Maplesville proves too much for Dallas County
Dallas County (1-4) lost a tough game on the road Friday night at 1A powerhouse Maplesville (5-0) 56-0.
The two schools are only 10 miles apart and have long rivalry. Maplesville leads the rivalry 33 games to 20 with one tie.
Dallas County faces region opponent Demopolis next at home on Friday Oct. 6. The Hornets are 1-1 in their regions.