Baylor Wins Big Over CCS 42-8

Friday, September 22, 2017

Baylor's Mike Benning rushed seven times for 104 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead the Red Raiders to a 42-8 win over CCS on Friday. 

Baylor scored 21 points in the first quarter and 14 in the second to take a 35 point lead into the third quarter.  

Benning rushed for touchdowns of 48 yards and two for four yards. 

Baylor quarterback Lorenzo White rushed for a touchdown of 43 yards and threw on touchdown to Brendon Harris for 28 yards. 

Harris had 91 yards on the ground on three carries.  

CCS was led by Mondo Ellison with 128 yards on 23 carries.  JaMichael Baxter had 11 carries for 54 yards. 

CCS scored on a safety in the fourth quarter and closed out the game with a 47 yard touchdown pass from Sam Hall to Nathan Connor.  

CCS travels to Boyd-Buchanan next week for a region match up with the Buccaneers. 

Baylor is also on the road at region rival Brentwood Academy. 

Scores by Quarter

Baylor ..21..14..7..0 - 42

CCS.....0...0...0...8 - 8



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