PORTAL -- An Austin Clemons touchdown with 54 seconds left helped Bryan County remain unbeaten in a 22-14 win Friday night.
Bryan County amassed 350 yards rushing, and 76 of them came on the final drive of the night, a nine play, 76 yard effort. Clemons, who ran for for 144 yards and three touchdowns on 26 carries, rushed four times on the drive, accounting for 30 yards and the game’s final score.
On the night, Portal was held to 187 total yards of offense.
Bryan County took the opening kickoff and after a good return to midfield, marched 50 yards in six plays to take an early 6-0. Clemons capped off the drive with a two-yard plunge but the big play was a 32-yard pass from quarterback Sean Hill to Kris Martin to get the ball down to the three.
Bryan County ran for more than 200 yards in the first half, with Clemons and Erin Greene combining for 188 yards and Clemons’ two scores over the first two quarters. That duo finished the night with 304 rushing yards.