DAVIDSON, N.C. -- Wesley Dugger scored on a 67-yard touchdown run on the third play of the game and Davidson scored 34 first-half points and rolled to a 34-13 victory over Division III Brevard on Saturday night in the season opener for both teams.
The game started late due to weather and was again delayed over an hour with 1:17 remaining before halftime.
Dugger ran up the middle, broke two tackles and ran untouched up the left sideline into the end zone on his first carry. He ran the ball 12 times for 110 yards in the first half and finished with 118 yards rushing on 17 carries. William Wicks added 88 yards rushing on five carries and a 57-yard touchdown run.
Tyler Phelps threw a touchdown pass to Wicks and ran for another score for the Wildcats.
Dalton Cole threw a touchdown pass and Jayveon Love had a touchdown run for Brevard.
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