Strong 1st half not enough for BC

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Battery Creek turned in a dominant defensive effort in the first half but couldn’t carry it through after the break in a 31-6 loss at Woodland on Friday.

The Dolphins blanked the Wolverines in the first half and went to the locker room leading 6-0 on the strength of Brandon Wilson’s fumble return for a touchdown. But Woodland got its passing game going in the second half and pulled away.

Wilson finished with five tackles (one for loss), two sacks, and two fumble recoveries to anchor Battery Creek’s defense.

Jaeon Allen led the Dolphins with 68 rushing yards on 12 carries, while Jacove Anderson added 53 yards on 14 carries and Kyseem Jabar had 46 yards on three carries.

The Dolphins (0-2) travel to Legion Collegiate Academy in Rock Hill on Friday.

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