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Terrors make most of opportunities against Mustangs
Wesley Dixon
Mustangs Wesley Dixon (55) and Jah'taivion Weickerson pressure Terrors quarterback Tj Lewis (1) during Friday's game at The Corral. Nick Demarzo (66) tries to block Weickerson, who logged a sack on the play. - photo by Mark Lastinger/staff

GUYTON -- Ball-hogging South Effingham couldn't keep Glynn Academy from bringing home some Region 2-AAAAAA bacon Friday night.

The Terrors (4-3, 2-1) had few offensive opportunities in the early going but averaged nearly 12 yards on 14 first-half rushes while building a 21-3 halftime lead. They eventually prevailed 35-3, keeping the Mustangs (0-6, 0-3) winless.

Employing the single wing for the second straight week following an injury to quarterback Alex Cela, the Mustangs had more first downs than Glynn Academy in the initial 24 minutes. South Effingham hurt its cause, however, with a couple first-half fumbles.

See the Oct. 28 edition of The Herald for more details.