Seneca shuts out Blue Flame

By Cole Little
Courier Sports

PICKENS — Beating the Pickens Blue Flame at their own game, the Seneca Bobcats coasted to victory on Friday night, outgaining the Blue Flame by 51 yards on the ground in a lopsided 38-0 win at Bill Isaacs Field in Pickens.

Firing on all cylinders after a disheartening loss to Easley the previous week, the Bobcats were efficient on both sides of the ball, while Pickens, which was coming off of a bye week, was not nearly as efficient, suffering from three turnovers on the night.

“Give Seneca credit,” Pickens head coach Chad Smith said after the game. “They’re really athletic. They’re a good football team. But we didn’t play disciplined football tonight. We had two fantastic weeks of practice leading up to this, but it didn’t show tonight.”

Led by running back Jeremiah Mackey, who amassed 94 rushing yards on 16 carries, the Bobcats collected 145 total rushing yards, producing several quick scoring drives thanks to lengthy rushes. The Bobcats set the tone early on with an

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