DAVIS — Wash, rinse, repeat: Davis’ finely tuned winning machine whirred to its 52nd straight district victory Friday night, as the Wolves (4-2, 3-0) sprinted past the Stratford Bulldogs (1-6, 1-2) 49-14

DAVIS — Wash, rinse, repeat: Davis’ finely tuned winning machine whirred to its 52nd straight district victory Friday night, as the Wolves (4-2, 3-0) sprinted past the Stratford Bulldogs (1-6, 1-2)  49-14

The Wolves’ balanced wishbone offense deconstructed the Bulldogs defense, racking up 354 yards on the ground and built up 41-0 lead before Davis head football coach Jody Weber put in his reserves to close out the game.

After forcing a punt on Stratford’s opening drive, Davis drove the ball 60 yards for a touchdown, implementing a healthy dose from its impressive stable of running backs. 

Davis running back Blake Neal churned out a physical 30 yard rush to bring the Wolves to the one yard line, setting up Logan Taliaferro to punch it in, giving the Wolves a 7-0 lead.

After the Wolves defense forced the Bulldogs to turn the ball over on downs, Davis’ offense went back to work, cashing in on a 59 yard drive.

Davis’ Jared Brown reached paydirt from the three-yard line to give the Wolves a 14-0 lead.

The Bulldogs and Wolves exchanged fruitless drives on their next three possessions, but Davis’ Dylan Melton gave the Wolves great field position after blocking a Stratford punt.

It didn’t take long for the Wolves to take advantage.

Davis running back Noah Goodin broke free from 30 yards out to give the Wolves a 20-0 lead in the second quarter. 

Despite being down 20, Stratford appeared to be going to into the second half within striking distance. But after a game of hot potato, with Davis and Stratford each fumbling the ball on three consecutive possessions, things changed.

But with 17 seconds