The Butler Bulldogs defeated Greensboro-Page 35-14 in the second round of the North Carolina 4AA playoffs on Friday night. The win gives Butler a 28 game win-streak, and stamps their ticket to Richmond County for a third-round match-up next week.
Quarterback Riley Ferguson was sharp again, throwing for more than 250 yards and two touchdowns. Sophomore Uriah LeMay showed his big-play capabilities with 135 receiving yards on four catches, two of which were touchdowns. LeMay feels that being aggresive offensively gives the Bulldogs an edge.
“Physicality is definitely a big part of the game. The more physical you are the more it wears down the other team.”
Read more about Butler’s win, plus a preview of the Bulldogs’ game against Richmond Senior in the November 25th issue of The Mint Hill Times.