The Georgia Wolves semi-professional football team picked up a 37-8 win over the Douglas Bombers in Douglas on Saturday.
Quarterback Chris Smith tossed for more than 300 yards and four touchdowns with a pair of interceptions.
Tae Miller and Jarrell Rhodes each had a pair of receiving scores.
Deshawn Scott added a touchdown on the ground with 20 carries for 100 yards.
Defensively, Max Taylor led the Wolves with 12 tackles. Rashad Randolph had eight and Deshawn Jones had seven tackles with an interception. East Hall High graduate Korentheus Bailey had five tackles, four for a loss.
Casey Randolph had two interceptions, while Lavell Smith and Josh Addison each added an interception.
The win tied the Wolves for second in the National Development Football League standings with the Columbus Truth.
The Metro-Atlanta Eagles are 3-0 and atop the standings. With the Wolves and Truth at 2-1, the North Georgia Gladiators and Talladega Panthers are tied at fourth with a 1-2 record. The Bombers are last at 0-2.
On Saturday, the Wolves face the Panthers at Gary Pirkle Park in Sugar Hill.