Mavs Win Shoot-out at Wade Hampton

Mavs Win Shoot-out at Wade Hampton

09/27/2013, 11:15pm EDT
By @MavsMauldin

Wade Hampton took the opening kick-off and drove into FG range taking an early 3-0 lead and opening up a wild first half shoot-out.  The Mavs answered when Logan Edwards burst through the line and raced 53 yards for a score. The Generals would control the clock and punch in a 5 yd TD to take a 9-7 lead to end the 1st quarter.

The Mavs would open the second quarter capping a 9 play drive with a 12 yard Dre Massey TD run and a 14-9 lead.  Wade Hampton again punched in a short TD run to regain the lead briefly.  On the ensuing drive Massey would hook up with Beau Craft twice for 49 yards, setting up a Craft 1-yd TD run.  The Generals would come back with their own 1-yd TD run and a 23-21 lead.  On the next drive the Mavs would pick up a holding and an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty setting up a 1st and 36 from their own 38 yard line.  Three plays later Massey found Parker Wyatt for a 31 yard TD bomb and the Mavs secured a 28-23 halftime lead.

To open the 3rd quarter the Mavs found themselves 1st and goal from the 25 yard line when Massey hooked up with Taz Richardson for an improbable TD catch and run.  The Mauldin defense turned up the pressure in the 2nd half as well, holding the Generals scoreless.  Logan Edwards, who had 10 carries for 140 yards, would set up the next Mauldin TD after a big run.  Massey would finish the drive with a 6 yard TD run.  After a big defensive stop on 4th down, Massey would close the scoring with a 9 yard TD and a 48-23 Mavs victory!

Massey went 8 for 11 passing for 164 yards and two TD's while rushing the ball 18 times for 165 yards and three more scores.  Logan Edwards added 140 yards on the ground and a score and Beau Craft had 11 carries for 57 yards and a score.  Parker Wyatt and Taz Richardson each caught a TD strike from Massey.  The Mavs scored on 7 of 8 possessions in the game with the lone stop being a kneel down in victory formation to close the game!

The Mavs move to 4-1 on the season and will host Dorman next Friday for homecoming! Go Mavs!