For the second week in a row, the White Hall Bulldogs shutout their opponent and earned another conference win.
White Hall played host to the Beebe Badgers for homecoming and celebrated with a 42-0 victory. White Hall Head Coach Mike Vaughn credited the Bulldogs' defense for having one of the best outings they’ve had all year long.
“I thought our defense played the best game they’ve played in a while,” Vaughn said.
“Our defensive staff has done a great job. We were more physical than they were, and that’s something to be proud of.”
To open the game, quarterback Josh Looney threw a 55-yard pass to Baylor Owen in the first quarter to put the Bulldogs ahead 6-0 lead. In the second quarter, Kam Robinson scored on a 7-yard touchdown run and Looney connected with Koby Drake on a 16-yard touchdown pass to extend the Bulldogs lead to 20-0 at halftime.
After halftime, the White Hall went ahead 35-0 after Robinson scored another touchdown on a 4-yard run and later Looney threw a 65-yard touchdown to Owen. A 65-yard touchdown run by Charlie King in the fourth quarter would put the game out reach and allow the Bulldogs to remain undefeated in conference play.
“Offensively we were able to do quite a few things,” Vaughn said.
“Josh Looney had a great game throwing the football. Multiple guys got involved in the passing game, and Buckner had another good night on the ground. Our offensive line did their job and we’re getting better and better.”
White Hall’s next four opponents have a combined conference record of 8-4, and Vaughn knows that they can’t dwell on any win at this point as they’re hitting the toughest part of their conference schedule.
“From this point out we have to start focusing on somebody else,” Vaughn said.