Quarterback Daniel Garlick (10) runs the ball against St. Mary's on Friday October 6, 2017. (Bea Ahbeck/News-Sentinel)
Tracy High needed just a minute to score its first touchdown on Tokay on Friday, and the Bulldogs didn’t let up from there, scoring often in a 62-0 rout in a Tri-City Athletic League football game.
Tracy quarterback Logan Fife threw three touchdowns in the first quarter — a 25-yard strike to Anthony Buckhanan, a 7-yard score to Xavier Moore and a 19-yarder to Moore — and the Bulldogs defense added two more on a recovery of a fumbled snap in the end zone, followed by a fumble recovery on a dropped backward screen pass. Tracy led 34-0 after the first quarter.
Fife threw two more touchdown passes in the first half, hitting Carlos Vasquez from 20 yards out and finding another receiver form 8 yards, before sitting the second half.
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