Dodson established a new record for the Shorter Hawks football team by passing for 191 yards, eclipsing the mark of 166 established last season by David Byrd. He added a touchdown of 61 yards to Brandon Morten in the fourth quarter that gave the Hawks the lead, 24-20, which they would not relinquish. Bradley Moon joined the fun by adding a 61 yard TD run of his own to cap the scoring. That was Moon's second of the game as he had a two yard run to start the game.
Dominique Henfield had the lead for tackles tonight with 10 for the game. The fumbles were caused by Henfield (2), Peeples, Clark, and Denson; the Hawks were able to recover each one that was put on the turf.
Bradley Moon led the rushing attack for the Hawks by racking up 111 yards on 19 carries and the two touchdowns. Brandon Morten was the leading receiver with 107 yards on four receptions.
Tonight marked the first night game at home for the Campbell Camels and their quarterback, Braden Smith, threw for 336 yards and rushed for another 59 to keep the Camels in the game. The Camel running game was lead by Kurt Odom with 65 yards on 17 carries.
The Hawks are on the road again next week in a game at Newberry, September 8th at 6:30.