The Comets kept the ball on the ground for all but one play the rest of the game and finished with 268 rushing yards behind of line of center Jake Faircloth, guards Brandon Dixon and and Zack Delker and tackles Mason Klompus and Julian Robinson.

Lane led the way with 123 yards on 18 carries.
Hylton added 77 yards on 12 carries and scored two touchdowns and Webb added 50 yards on 10 touches.

Woodlawn’s only score came on a 1-yard touchdown run in the third quarter by Chris Davis.
The Comets led 21-0 at halftime, and scored twice in the second half.

KIcker Garrett Wack nailed all five extra point tries with the help of long snapper Nathan Hines and holder Joey Getzendanner.

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Getzendanner, the reserve quarterback, got some unexpected early work when senior starter Sprankle was injured in the neck area after throwing his first interception of the season.

He was taken away by ambulance and his official status was unknown.

“Right now, we think it’s just a stinger, but we are going to wait until he gets it checked out,” Hambor said. “We have to take precaution with any injury to the neck area.”

With Sprankle at the helm, the Comets have only committed one turnover in three victories.

His return would be welcome as the Comets have tough games on the road at Franklin (Sept. 21) and Hereford (Sept. 28).

“It doesn’t get any easier,” Hambor said.