Poland improves to 3-0, beats Boardman

POLAND – Shaking off a sluggish first quarter, the Bulldogs’ offense took over and finished off Boardman 42-14.

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Boardman cracked the scoreboard early on a Isaiah Lyle one yard touchdown run.

However, Poland would answer. Pinned at their own one yard line, the Bulldogs only needed two plays to go the length of the field.

Ross Gould took a handoff on the second play of the drive and took it 96 yards for the score.

Boardman would once again take the lead, this time on quarterback Darius Sanders two yard run late in the first quarter, putting the Spartans up 14-7.

But, once again, Poland would come back to tie the score. Gould capped off a 63 yard drive with an eight yard run to pull the game even once again.

In the second quarter, the Bulldogs would take their first lead of the game, 21-14. A 31 yard drive would culminate with a Tyler Evon one yard touchdown run.

The Bulldogs would pull away in the fourth quarter.

Gould would pick up his third score on the night, this time from one yard out to push their lead to two scores.

Later in the quarter, Jake Wolfe scored on a 26 yard touchdown scamper, increasing their sizable lead to 35-14.

Then with just over a minute to go in the game, Anthony Audi punched it in from three yards out to finish off the Bulldogs’ scoring spree.

Boardman (0-3) will look to pick up their first victory next week when they host GlenOak.

Poland (3-0) will travel to Niles.



Total Yards

Poland – 392 yards

Boardman – 196 yards



Poland – Ross Gould: 24 carries for 209 yards 1 TD

Boardman – Dawan Britt: 2 carries for 48 yards






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