Bulldogs’ Long hard to catch Marianna beats Chipley 42-14

CHIPLEY MARIANNA

Chipley High School Running back Kobe McCrary runs in the backfield during Friday's game against Marianna at Philip Rountree Stadium in Chipley. McCrary scored both of Chipley's touchdowns, but the Bulldogs took the evening, beating the Tigers 42-14.

Published: Monday, September 24, 2012 at 14:52 PM.

By RANDAL SEYLER

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rseyler@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY — Chipley fans probably got tired of hearing the name Teon Long during the Tigers’ 42-14 loss to the Marianna Bulldogs on Friday night at Philip Rountree Stadium.

Long, a sophomore, accounted for 5 of the Marianna Bulldogs’ 6 touchdowns against the Chipley squad on the Tigers’ home turf, starting with a 49-yard dash less than five minutes into the game to cap the Bulldogs’ first drive. The two-point attempt was good and the ’Dogs led 8-0. With 1:57 left in the first quarter, Long went right and danced through the Tigers’ defense to cap a 70-yard drive that began when Marianna sophomore Roderick Copeland took the handoff from quarterback Herman Williams and raced to the Tigers 34-yard line. The ’Dogs stalled out for three plays before Long found the endzone on a 4th and three. J.T. Meadows’ kick was good and the Bulldogs were up by 15.

With 5:32 left in the half Long once again scored, this time from 10 yards out. Meadows added the extra point and it was 22-0.

But Long wasn’t finished. At the 1:43 mark he scored from 29-yards out to push the Marianna margin to 28-0 going into the half.



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