ACCS dominates Brookhaven Academy, 45-0
Published 12:43 am Saturday, September 19, 2015
NATCHEZ — Adams County Christian School flexed their muscle once again in a 45-0 shutout win against Brookhaven Academy (0-5) Friday.
ACCS (5-0) racked up almost 400 yards of total offense in the homecoming win, and played a nearly flawless game.
“We were dominant this game,” ACCS assistant coach Matthew Freeman said. “Five or six people scored touchdowns for us and they were all nice runs and catches.”
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Quarterback Carlos Woods was efficient completing seven of his eight passes for 193 yards and four touchdowns.
“Carlos was really sharp tonight,” Freeman said.
But the Rebel attack was balanced as ACCS put up 179 yards on the ground as well.
“I was really happy to see that,” Freeman said. “We didn’t throw the whole second half, so that shows we threw it really well in the first half.”
Sam Butler started the scoring for ACCS in the first quarter when he hauled in a 75-yard pass from Woods.
Chisum Mardis pushed the Rebel lead to 14-0 a few minutes later on a 16-yard touchdown run.
The onslaught continued when Woods hooked up with Shaverick Williams from 15 yards out and then found Richard Conn from 46 yards out to give ACCS a 28-0 lead after just the first quarter.
The Rebels added another touchdown in the second quarter. Woods tossed his fourth touchdown of the night, this time a 31-yard pass to George Scott.
Chris Thompson added a 23-yard field goal to give ACCS a 38-0 lead at halftime.
Devin Gray capped the scoring with an 11-yard run in the third quarter.
Freeman said it was nice to see some young players get action in the game as well.
“As the game got out of hand, the older kids were cheering on the younger kids and that is what you want to see,” Freeman said. “They weren’t selfish at all saying coach give me the ball, they were cheering on the young guys.”