JERSEY SHORE — On a soft, muddy track at Thompson Street Stadium, Jersey Shore showed how it has become a District 4 Class 4A powerhouse, dominating play from the opening kick on.

Despite the sloppy conditions, the Bulldogs controlled the offensive and defensive lines, rushed for over 300 yards and forced the Green Dragons into five turnovers en route to a convincing 48-7 win in district semifinal action Friday.

Chris Brady is managing editor at The Standard-Journal and can be reached at chris@standard-journal.com.

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