ē Bulldogs take a bite out of Westminster Wildcats
By Jim Wallace, Correspondent

Thomsonís defense shuts down Westminster quarterback Cameron Seward. Photo by Jim Wallace, Correspondent.

Chris Jordan rushed for 158 yards and two touchdowns at The Brickyard Friday night as Thomson erased a 10-point deficit against the Westminster Wildcats, winning 20-10 and continuing Thomsonís perfect record.
Jordan, through five games, has 995 rushing yards, which is nearly 200 yards a game. His performance earlier in the year against Lakeside netted him 328 yards, which is believed to be the single-game rushing record for Thomson High School.
Gerry Romberg, Wildcat head coach, said his team frittered away opportunities.

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