BUFORD, Ga. — Buford quarterback and Georgia-commit Dylan Raiola has passed for 732 yards in the last three games to help the Wolves to the second round of the Class 7A playoffs.
The Wolves have been on fire as of late. Since their loss to Mill Creek, they have outscored their opponents 234-0 and, over the course of the entire season, have only given up a field goal on their home field at Tom Riden Stadium.
On Friday, Raiola passed for two touchdowns in the first quarter, both to KJ Bolden -- 26-yard throw on the opening drive before a 52-yard bomb late in the period to take a 14-0 lead. Later on in the first half, Raiola scampered in from 17 yards out before throwing passes to Haden Bradley, Bolden and Mantrez Walker to give Buford a 43-0 lead at halftime.
Raiola was 12-for-15 passing for 229 yards through the air.
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