Bentonville’s Defense Stingy Against South Panola
Posted: September 15, 2012 at 5:29 a.m.
Gavin Shadrick had high hopes of eluding the South Panola blocker in front of him and getting an opportunity to block a punt.
Bentonville 41 South Panola, Miss. 6
Why Bentonville won
The Tigers’ defense forced five turnovers — three interceptions and two fumbles — which accounted for 20 points. Senior tailback Tearris Wallace also ran for four touchdowns and finished with 119 yards on 30 carries.
Why South Panola lost
The Mississippi team’s offense was almost non-existent, being held to 28 total yards in the first half and never made it inside the Bentonville 25 the entire game.
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