Alex Bolin ran for four touchdowns Friday night to lead Casey County to its first win of the season, a 52-8 romp over Clinton County in the Rebels’ home opener at Liberty.
Wyatt Bishop and Rance Carman also had rushing touchdowns and Kyle Eads caught a touchdown pass from Micco Randell for Casey, which rolled up more than 400 yards.
The Rebels (1-3) built a 44-0 halftime lead after scoring four times in the second quarter and coasted to the win over the Bulldogs (0-4), who didn’t score until Casey had all 52 of its points on the board.
Bolin scored on runs of 3, 5, 46 and 44 yards for Casey, all in the first half, and he also ran for three two-point conversions to give him a total of 30 points.
His first score came just 48 seconds into the game, and he had three touchdowns in the second quarter. He finished with 197 rushing yards on 11 carries.
Casey outgained Clinton 406 yards to 122 and got 381 of those yards with its ground game, which averaged 9.3 yards per rush.
The Rebels’ only pass completion was a 25-yard touchdown pass from Randell to Eads in the second quarter. Bishop was 0 for 6, but he scored on a 5-yard touchdown run in the first period and rushed for 45 yards in all.
Carman ran for 67 yards and scored on a 4-yard run in the third quarter, and Matt Sharp also ran for 55 yards. Luke Patterson also ran for a two-point conversion and kicked two extra points.
Eads had a team-high eight tackles for the Casey defense. Sharp and Jaylan Waddle recovered fumbles and Waddle had an interception.
Clinton County 0 0 0 8 — 8
Casey County 16 28 8 0 — 52