MILTON, Ga. – Bryan Moore accounted for 374 yards of offense and had a hand in all six of his team's touchdowns, as the Cambridge Bears opened their season with a 42-6 victory on their home field over Holy Innocents Aug. 22.
Moore completed 13 of 21 passes for 323 yards and four touchdowns, and ran six times for 51 yards and two scores. The Bears finished the game with 436 yards total offense.
The game was tied 6-6 before the Bears ran off the next 36 points. Cambridge led 28-6 at the half.
John Hurst had six catches for 133 yards for the Bears and scored twice, one on a 71-yard reception. J.D. White and freshman Spencer Gaddis had the other two touchdown catches for Cambridge, with Hunter Smith gaining 46 and 52 yards on his only two receptions. Moore completed four passes for 45 yards or longer, with Gaddis on the receiving end of one of the Bears' long gainers.
Defensively, Cambridge recorded four quarterback sacks by four different players. Josh Kania, who had one of the sacks, also forced a fumble that was recovered by White.
The Bears travel to Douglasville Friday night to play Chapel Hills, which will be playing its first game.