Malaki Dowell hits 2,000-yard mark and five touchdowns as Warriors roll over Sequatchie

White County 49 - Sequatchie County 7


On Oct. 30, 2021, the Warriors faced Sequatchie County High School in a non-region contest.  In pre-game action, the Warriors would celebrate the senior players, band members, and cheerleaders as this would be their final football game at White County High School. 

It was a big night for Malaki Dowell.  Dowell became the all-time leading rusher for White County High School.  Dowell went over the 2,000-yard mark in the very first series of the night.  Dowell came into the game needing 46 yards to surpass the 2,000-yard mark.  The first series took only two plays, with Dowell going 51 yards in two carries to reach the rushing yardage needed.  Dowell finished the season with 2,191 yards rushing.  This record setting season included one COVID win against Warren County that was not played.  Dowell set the rushing record in only nine games. 

With the 2,000 mark behind Dowell, the Warriors then took care of business as they dominated Sequatchie County with a 49-7 win.  The Warrior defense held the visitors to only 44 yards rushing and 98 yards passing for a total offensive output of 142 yards on the night.  The Warriors dominated the game in every category as they rushed for 379 yards and passed for 32 yards for an impressive offensive showing of 411 total yards.  Dowell led the Warriors rushing with 17 carries for 237 yards and five touchdowns.  Malaki Dowell finished the season with 2,191 yards rushing for the Warriors.  Jayvn Strode rushed seven times for 118 yards.  DJ Paul rushed one time for 11 yards.  Tyrone Harris rushed four times for six yards.  Jack Guy ran one time for two yards, and Tripp Pinion rushed one time for four yards. Pinion completed one touchdown pass to Christian Kelso for 33 yards. 

The Warriors finished the season at five wins and five losses and came in sixth place in the region at 1-5.  The Warriors will take a short break and then begin workouts for next year.      


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