The Addison Bulldogs rolled up 279 rushing yards in an 18-0 victory at Appalachian last Friday night. Addison improved to 3-2 overall, 3-1 in 1A Region 6, while Appalachian dropped to 0-4 overall, 0-4 in the region.
Playing without starting quarterback James McMunn, who is out for the remainder of the year with a knee injury, the Eagles managed just 103 yards of total offense.
Appalachian rushed for 19 yards on 17 attempts and new quarterback Brandon Reese completed 8 of 21 passes for 84 yards with a pair of interceptions.
Addison got a 1-yard touchdown run from John Everett in the first quarter and a 55-yard run by Landon Robinson early in the second quarter to lead 12-0 at the half.
The Bulldogs put the game away when Dustin Bladow scored on a 5-yard run with just 2:45 to play.
Reese was the leading ground-gainer for the Eagles with 23 yards on 11 carries.
Dylan Lacks caught two passes for 28 yards while Crescencio Hernandez had two receptions for 13 yards. Zac Stack had a 31-yard reception.
Matthew Chappelle led the Eagle defense with 16 tackles. Briar Crowe had 13 and Chris Cornelius had 12.
Stack had a pair of interceptions for the Eagles while Chappelle also picked off a Bulldog pass.