Sept. 18, 2013 —
“A lot of that was the improvement the offensive line has shown,” Moore said. “Bath isn’t as talented as Raceland or Fairview, which isn’t a knock on them but they’re no slouch. They have big, physical guys and they always have been. But I have to give credit to the offensive line. It’s come a long way from the past three games.”
East Carter (1-2) did everything they needed to do to defeat the Wildcats on Sunday. They amassed 368 yards of total offense to Bath County’s 233 yards. One bright spot for East was senior running back Que Davis, who had 80 yards on just five carries. Bath County (1-3) was led by DeKeiton Young’s 111 yards passing while Curren Shrout had 90 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
“We just need to progress in that direction,” Moore said. “We can’t be satisfied where we are. We have seven games left to finish this thing off right and be in position to make a run in the playoffs.”
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