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The Dutchtown Bulldogs aren’t looking to rest on the success they saw in a 44-7 scrimmage.

HAMPTON — When Dutchtown High finished their Friday night football game against Charles Drew High, there was a lot to go over for the Bulldogs.

The result was lopsided and was in their favor. A 44-7 score on the board was everything a coach could want if the Bulldogs were known to be complacent. But complacency on the field is what the Bulldogs are out to always top.

It was simple for Bulldogs head coach Clifford Fedd. The program that he’s guided to the state playoffs for the past two seasons has to focus on the work that they’ll have to do.

“We learned that we have a lot of work to do if we are going to have a good year this year,” Fedd said. “We played hard, we saw some of the things we implemented this year get done on the field. We saw some young kids play and they got after it pretty good. Going into the season, we will build off last week’s scrimmage and continue to focus on ourselves and approach the season one game at a time.”

The only touchdown the Bulldogs gave up, was a defensive score.

The Bulldogs’ season begins Aug. 23 at home against Langston Hughes.

Sports Editor

Graduated from South Carolina State University in 2015. Been with the Henry Herald and Clayton News in two capacities as a sports journalist and interim sports editor.

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