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Bulldogs match season point total in 34-6 walloping of Bronson

By Matthew Harrell
After a sputtering all football season, the Bulldogs’ offense turned in its best game of the season, scoring 34 points and racking up over 300 yards of offense in Bell’s 34-6 win over Bronson Friday night.
The Bulldogs took advantage of Bronson’s aggressive defense, getting through the Eagles’ front seven for multiple explosive runs.
The Bulldogs, who had not scored more than 20 points all season, jumped out to a 22-6 in the first half, then tacked on two more touchdowns in the second half for a 34-6 win.
Bell ran the ball 56 times for 300 yards in the win.
Jonathon Neudert ran the ball 20 times for 107 yards and a touchdown. Johnathon Walls, outfitted with a massive cast on his arm, ran the ball 14 times for 85 yards and a score.
The win improves Bell’s record to 3-6 on the season. The Bulldogs host Warner Christian in the regular season finale. Warner Christian 0-10, according to MaxPreps, and has been outscored 374-26 this season. The Bulldogs need a win to stay in playoff contention.
As of Oct. 23, the Bulldogs held the sixth and final playoff spot in Region 3-1A. If the spots in that ranking hold, Bell would travel to Dixie County for a regional quarterfinal next week.