The Savannah Savages continued their winning ways on the road Friday, defeating the Cameron Dragons 55-7 for a fifth straight victory.
The tone was set early on when the Savages scored their first touchdown after senior Jadon Brady ran 31 yards less than two minutes into the first quarter. The next score came from Brady again after rushing 55 yards not even four minutes later. The Savages (5-1) continued on to score two more touchdowns in the first quarter, putting the score at 27-0 before heading into the second quarter.
The first touchdown of the second quarter came on a 1-yard run from junior Evan Yount. The play that officially put the Savages in their groove was when senior Chase Spoonemore scored a touchdown after a 95-yard run immediately after getting possession of the ball, putting the score at 41-0.
The Dragons managed to score one touchdown immediately after as sophomore Dominick Hurst ran 45 yards for their first points of the night. The Savages came back and scored two more touchdowns at the end of the second quarter, putting the scoreboard at 55-7, ending the scoring streak for the game.
Savages Head Coach Randy Schrader said he was happy with how his team played.
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