Bowman breaks receiving record in 53-14 victory.

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Havelock's Derrell Scott, left, runs past Anson's Reginald Dunlap during a second-round playoff game on Friday at Havelock High. Scott scored two touchdowns as the Rams won 53-14.

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Published: Friday, November 22, 2013 at 22:22 PM.

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Havelock quarterback Travis Sabdo completed just six passes against Anson County in Friday’s second-round playoff game.

But, oh what passes they were.

Sabdo threw four first-half touchdown passes – three to record-setting receiver Micheal Bowman – as the Rams rolled into the third round of the playoffs with a 53-14 victory over the Bearcats Friday at Havelock High.

“It was definitely a big numbers game for me,” said Sabdo, who completed all six of his pass attempts for 245 yards. “But, I have to give all the credit to the big boys up front. They work their tails off in practice all week. They do a great job picking up the different fronts that a defense throws at them. I couldn’t do it without those five up front.”

Sabdo was sacked once in the game, but Havelock coach Jim Bob Bryant joked that his junior quarterback simply didn’t want to throw the ball away and ruin his perfect 6-for-6 night.

“Travis had a great game,” Bryant said. “He did a great job. He took that one sack that I was a little upset about, but I guess he didn’t want to throw an incompletion. I think I’d rather have the incompletion, but he did a good job.”



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