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HOWLAND, OH- The Poland Bulldogs traveled to Howland to face the Tigers with both teams trying to increase their record to 2-1. The last time the Bulldogs traveled to Howland, it was Jack Fulton’s first career start and resulted in a loss. The Bulldogs would come away with the victory this time. Poland rushed for a combined 204 rushing yards and 4 rushing touchdowns. Poland Quarterback Jack Fulton would finish the night with 133 rushing yards and two touchdowns in the winning effort. Howland Running Back Matt Woomer rushed for 138 yards for the Tigers. Poland rushes past the Tigers 27-14.

The Bulldogs struck first with a 23 yard touchdown run by Quarterback Jack Fulton that gave them the early lead. The Tigers would answer on the next drive when Matt Woomer found the end zone from 7 yards out to tie the game at 7. The Bulldogs would take control in the second quarter when Cole Fulton and Jack Fulton both scored rushing touchdowns to give Poland a 21-7 lead going into the locker room. Poland would get on the board one more time to seal their victory in the third quarter when Dillon Smith scored the teams fourth rushing touchdown of the game to increase their lead 27-7.

Tigers quarterback John Perry would get Howland on the scoreboard one more time in the fourth quarter with a 52 yard touchdown pass to Carter Mock. The Bulldogs would prove too much by the end of the game. Poland’s defense contributed 3 sacks, two interceptions in the contest. Poland (2-1) will travel to Hubbard next week while Howland (1-2) will travel to Boardman. Catch both games on

*Contributed By YSN’s Anthony Melone

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