Butler (Matthews, N.C.)
extended its winning streak to eight games with a 45-14 victory over Providence (Charlotte, N.C.) on Saturday.
The Bulldogs were up 31-0 at the half after taking the lead on a Zach Gross
touchdown pass to Channing Stribling
in the first quarter.
Each side put up seven points during the third quarter, and the fourth quarter began with the margin still at 31.
The Panthers' James Haigh played well. He threw one touchdown.
Gross played well for Butler in the victory. The senior quarterback threw three touchdowns.
BHS came into the game allowing 4.4 points per game.
The Matthews school also won the meeting between the two teams last season, 42-10.
The loss comes after Providence defeated Myers Park 28-21 last week.
Butler (8-0) will play a 4A Southwestern game against South Mecklenburg next week, while Providence (3-5) will take on East Mecklenburg also in a 4A Southwestern game.This story is based on information MaxPreps obtained from Qwixcore reports. Qwixcore, MaxPreps new live-scoring tool, allows fans to serve other fans by reporting live scores of games from their phones. Occasionally, errors may occur and are usually a result of incorrect data input. For more information on Qwixcore, or to find out how you can Qwixcore your game, please click here.