Quarterback Trevon Wofford led the Bulldogs by going 8-of-23 for 169 yards passing and three touchdowns, while also rushing for another two scores before the game wrapped up.
“I love ruining people’s homecomings,” Wofford said after the game. “They picked the wrong team to play against for homecoming. I just love my team, and we had an excellent effort (tonight.)”
The first half saw Cedartown struggle as it had 30 yards of penalties and a turnover on a bad snap. The Bulldogs finally got on the board in the second quarter with a 29-yard touchdown pass from Wofford to Joseph Gibbons.
Wofford scored on a 3-yard run to cap a 66-yard drive to kick off the second half and tie the game, and the Bulldogs rolled from there, putting up 412 yards on offense for the night.
Cedartown has a bye week before hosting Troup County on Oct. 20.
Joseph Gibbons makes the grab for a touchdown against Central.