BC bombards LC-M

Published 1:41 am Saturday, October 17, 2015

By Van Wade
The Orange Leader

BRIDGE CITY — Coming out with some fierce fire in their eyes, the Bridge City Cardinals used their normal power running game but it was their passing game that paid high dividends as well against Little Cypress-Mauriceville Friday night.
Cardinal quarterback Camden Dubois threw two first-half touchdown passes and Bridge City took advantage of three LC-M turnovers as Bridge City opened it up with a 42-7 lead and the Cardinals went on to run away with a big 62-35 District 10-4A Division I Homecoming victory.
The Cardinals (5-2, 2-1) piled up 312 yards in the first 24 minutes while limiting the Bears (3-5, 2-2) to 127 yards.
Bridge City finished with 474 total yards while the Bears had 340 yards, all of it on the ground. However, LC-M ended up with five turnovers.
Dubois was a perfect 4-for-4 for 122 yards and the two TD tosses and he ran for a 23-yard score and a seven-yard score in the first quarter. He finished 5-for-5 for 138 yards and had 69 yards on 12 carries, adding another scoring run in the second half.
Cardinal back Cayce Draper had five carries for 83 yards in the half and caught two big passes for 47 yards.
He finished with 127 yards on 11 carries and three catches for 63 yards.

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