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Bulldogs stuck in mud in loss to Hartsville

Bulldogs stuck in mud in loss to Hartsville
Under perfect conditions, it would be difficult for this Marlboro County High football team to defeat the top-ranked Hartsville Red Foxes.  Friday night was far from ideal weather.
With the monsoonal rains that hit South Carolina over the weekend just kicking into high gear, the Bulldogs fell to the Foxes, 34-12.

Bulldogs still playing despite the weather

As of 1 p.m. Friday, the Marlboro County - Hartsville football game will take place despite the rainy weather.  The Bulldogs and Red Foxes are scheduled to kick off at 7:30 tonight at Kellytown Stadium, near Hartsville.

Second half dooms Bulldogs in loss to Dillon

Second half dooms Bulldogs in loss to Dillon
After a tough game against Conway, the Marlboro County High defense set their sights on redeeming themselves against Dillon.
They did a fine job of containing Dillon's star quarterback Avery McCall, holding him to just over 50 yards total offense.  The Bulldogs shut down all but one of the Wildcats' many other weapons.

Marlboro County - Dillon game postponed until Saturday

The Marlboro County High - Dillon High football game scheduled for tonight has been postponed until Saturday at 6 p.m. due to inclement weather.  The game will still be played at Dillon Memorial Stadium.

Bulldogs fall to Tigers in series finale

Bulldogs fall to Tigers in series finale
For years, Marlboro County High's most bitter rival was the Conway Tigers.  That series came to a sour conclusion Friday night as the visitors pummelled the Bulldogs, 46-22.
The Tigers jumped to a 33-7 halftime lead, helped by three touchdown receptions by star Bryan Edwards.  
"Conway has a bunch of weapons on offense and we didn't do much to slow them down.  We thought we had a pretty good game plan and our coaches knew what to expect from their offense," said MCHS head coach Dean Boyd.
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