Wednesday July 18th, 2018 11:56PM

Commerce rights the ship with shutout of Providence, 55-0

By AccessWDUN staff

LILBURN — Commerce got back on track in dominating fashion on Friday, blanking Providence Christian 55-0 in Lilburn.

The Tigers (5-1, 4-1 Region 8-A) rushed for 329 yards and passed for 143 in the victory after dropping their first contest of the season last week.

DaJuan Wood had a rushing and receiving touchdown for Commerce -- the team's first two scores -- to help start the rout. Caleb Mason and Nick Patrick added touchdown runs before Tyelon Brock twice bounded into the end zone. Shyne Colbert rounded out the scoring on a 50-yard run.

Commerce is home to Riverside Military next week.

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