• Thomson remains undefeated with win at GAC
By Jim Wallace, Correspondent

Thomson quarterback Chris Tutt eludes a Spartan tackler. Photo by Jim Wallace, Correspondent.

“Once again, we found a way to win,” said Milan Turner, Thomson Bulldog head coach, just moments after the Bulldogs defeated Greater Atlanta Christian 36-27 at Reynolds Field.
The win boosts the second-ranked Bulldogs to 6-0 and sets up the last four games of the season against region foes.
GAC, ranked eighth in Class AA, drew to within a field goal of the Bulldogs with 2:51 remaining in the game on a 42-yard pass from quarterback Rafe Chapple to Peter Whiteneck.
With just over a minute remaining in the game, an interception in the end zone by THS’ William Bussey sealed the game. The Bulldogs added insurance on an 80-yard touchdown play, as Thomson quarterback Chris Tutt was scrambling and fumbled at the Bulldog 31. Chris Jordan scooped up the ball and ran the rest of the way for the score.

To read more on this story, see the Wed., Oct. 10, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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