Easley's ground attack buries Woodmont

Easley's ground attack buries Woodmont

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Easley's ground attack buries Woodmont

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Easley rushed for 360 yards and made the most of a few passes in rolling to a 44-7 victory against Woodmont Friday night in a Region 1-AAAA game.

C.J. Fuller rushed for 120 yards and a touchdown, and J.R. Crawford rushed for 108 yards and three scores for the Green Wave (7-1, 3-1), which is tied with Laurens for second place in the region.

Next week, Easley will play on the road against first-place Greenwood.

The Green Wave scored on their first possession, driving 91 yards in seven plays. Crawford capped the drive with a 37-yard run, and Troy McGowens’ two-point conversion run made it 8-0.

Easley also had scoring drives of 74 yards in nine plays, 71 yards in five plays, 72 yards in eight plays and 64 yards in seven plays.

Easley scored three times in the second quarter, getting 1- and 3-yard runs by Crawford and a 10-yard scamper by Fuller. The Green Wave led 30-0 at halftime.

McGowens scored on a 25-yard run in the third quarter, and Kevin Bryant threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Deequon Arnold in the fourth quarter.

Bryant attempted just five passes, but he completed four of them for 105 yards.

Woodmont (0-8, 0-4) scored in the fourth quarter on a 5-yard run by quarterback Austin Suratt, who also completed eight of 14 passes for 99 yards.

The Wildcats went 79 yards in two plays, the other a 74-yard pass from Suratt to Levon Atkins. Atkins finished with four receptions for 83 yards.

Easley sacked Suratt three times and held the Wildcats to 146 total yards.

Cameron Henderson and Sam Houston led Easley with five tackles apiece, and Henderson had three tackles for loss.

Next week, Woodmont will play at home against J.L. Mann.

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