Bulldogs roll over Mustangs

<b>Senior Nick Anderson (No. 75) took over running back duties for the Bulldogs and ran for three touchdowns in the win over Monument Valley on Friday.</b>

<b>Senior Nick Anderson (No. 75) took over running back duties for the Bulldogs and ran for three touchdowns in the win over Monument Valley on Friday.</b>

The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Monument Valley Mustangs 51-0 in a 3A North Region football game played on Friday at Kayenta. The victory left Winslow with a 4-1 record for the season and a 2-0 record in the region.

The Bulldogs got off to a fast start as Josh Stago recovered a Monument Valley fumble on the opening kickoff. Nick Anderson scored on a three-yard run less than a minute into the contest. Kyle Holland booted the conversion that gave Winslow a 7-0 lead.

Winslow increased its lead to 14-0 with 2:19 left in the quarter on a 10-yard pass from Jordan Payne to Johnny Butler. The conversion gave Winslow a 14-0 lead.

Payne plunged in from a yard out early in the second quarter. Holland converted for a 21-0 Bulldogs lead.

Anderson scored his second touchdown of the contest on a one-yard run and Holland's conversion increased the lead to 28-0.

Anderson was far from finished and raced 80 yards to score his third touchdown moments later. The conversion gave Winslow a 35-0 lead.

Payne ended the first half scoring on an 80-yard punt return. The conversion failed and the Bulldogs took a 41-0 lead into the intermission.

Payne passed for his second aerial touchdown with a 22-yard completion to Holland on the first possession of the second half. The conversion gave the Bulldogs a 48-0 lead.

The officials allowed the clock to run unabated for most of the second half and that was the only score of the third period.

Holland booted a 40-yard field goal on first down to increase Winslow's lead to 51-0. The Bulldogs will remain on the road on Friday when they meet the Greyhills Knights in Tuba City.

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