Another successful week for the Batavia Bulldawgs this past Saturday

Posted By on Sep 7, 2016 | 0 comments


Alex Brasky | @BataviasBest
Wednesday, September 7, 2016 |


Article submitted by John Reigle:


The Bulldawgs had there first road trip this past weekend when they headed out to Holley to face off against the Hawks.

The Beginner team continued to play hard as the entire team contributed to another strong performance. Their strong defensive effort kept the Hawks out of the end zone all game. While the offense line continued to dominate upfront for a strong running game for the Bulldawgs to find the endzone numerous times the game. 

Following that game, Mini Bulldawgs team were faced with some adversity for the first time this season and found itself on a 0-28 loss. The Hawks took an early lead and held on to it throughout the game. There was some up and downs along the game for Batavia. Look forward to these Bulldawgs to come back ready to work hard and get right back to it this week! The Mini team is now 2-1.

The JV team picked up where they left off last week with another shutout of 38-0. With a strong team effort they played well on all sides of the ball. Both offense and defensive contributed with touchdowns during the game. The JV Bulldawgs move to 3-0.

To end the gameday, the Varisty Bulldawgs were also able to close out their first win of the season with a 21-14 victory. The Bulldawgs offense found its way both rushing and passing while the defense came together with a solid performance agaisnt the Hawks. Varsity is now 1-2. 

As always all four cheer squads did AWESOME cheering on the teams and performing at halftime for the Bulldawg families and supporters.

This week the Bulldawgs are on the road again in Medina. The game time this week will be pushed back for the Beginners to start at 1PM, Mini division at 3PM, JV at 5PM, and Varsity at 7PM. Please come out and support the Bulldawgs as they face the Medina Mustangs.

 Also with September being Childhood Cancer Month, the Bulldawgs along with Medina and Albion youth football & cheer programs will be doing various fundraising activities throughout the game day to raise money to assist in fighting childhood cancer. Please come out to help support these great organizations. 


Stay tuned for continuing coverage of the Bulldawgs throughout the rest of the season.



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