4Q GAMENIGHT: Week 3 Re-wind

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Lincoln beats Florida High in a rain soaked contest, 42-30

Through four quarters of rain soaked football, the Lincoln Trojans sloshed their way to a 42-30 win over the Florida High Seminoles. Lincoln used a solid rushing attack led by B. Robinson to work their way to a 21-6 halftime lead.

On a rainy Friday night, the Lincoln Trojans used 2 defensive scores to beat Florida High 42-30

Trojan safety K. Randolph added some defensive spark for Lincoln with an interception and fumble recovery, returning both for touchdowns. The Seminoles weren’t without their own playmakers as QB D. Harvey threw for 2 touchdowns and ran for 2 scores. RB K. Lewis also added 165 yards rushing.

Madison County dominates on the road, crushes Edgewater 38-6

Madison County aced a big road test against Orlamdo Edgewater and came out victorious in a statement 38-6 win. The Cowboys scored early and often and were never threatened. With several points coming off of Edgewater’s miscues, the Cowboys quickly jumped out to a 21-6 half-time lead.

The highlight of the night for the Cowboys was a big 41 yard field goal by Z. Money which put Madison up 31-6. With the win the Cowboys remain undefeated and move to 3-0 on the season.

Chiles Timberwolves get first win, upset Leon 40-24

After struggling in the first quarter, the Chiles Timberwolves unloaded 31 points against a Leon defense with no answers and gained a dominating 40-24 win. The Timberwolves capitalized off of several Leon turnovers and relied on the efforts of Junior defensive back, running back J. Scaringe who made spectacular plays on both offense and defense. Chiles quarterback B. Hatch also had a big night with 357 yards passing with 5 touchdowns.

Chiles quarterback B. Hatch looks for more yards against the Leon defense. Hatch and the Timberwolves earned their first win against Leon in 7 years.

Chiles head coach Mike Lassiter was excited about the win stating, “We talked all week long about not doing things that will put us in bad positions, and I think our guys did a good job of being consistent.” Leon had a solid efforts by quarterback S. Williams who threw for over 300 yards and wide-out K. Jones who had 288 yards receiving.

East Gadsden pulls away from Rickards, get first win 45-33

East Gadsden took to the air in a convincing 45-33 win over a tough Rickards team on Friday night. Jaguar quarterback T. Robinson was 14-21 with 302 yards passing and 4 touchdowns. The main target of Robinson’s passes were wide-out J. Cunningham who caught 5 passes for 130 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Jaguar defensive end E. Bethea notched 2 sacks and J. Vickers nabbed 2 interceptions. The Raiders hung tough during the first half but a mistake on special teams resulting in a touchdown East Gadsden proved to be the turning point in the ballgame.

Godby uses big 2nd half effort to down Jefferson Co., 26-7

It took some time to get the motor running but the Godby Cougars found their rhythm in the second half along with a big defensive effort to outlast Jefferson County, 26-7. Senior running back T. Longmire scored in almost every way possible by throwing for one score, running and catching two others.

Godby quarterback J.T. Bradwell threw for 225 yards and the Cougar defense had a big goal line stand. “The team gave a solid defensive effort”, said Godby assistant coach Cleon McFarlane.

FAMU High hammers West Gadsden at home, 40-3

No late game heroics were needed this time as the FAMU High Baby Rattlers cruised to an easy 40-3 win over West Gadsden high school on Friday night. Unlike their first win over Maclay where the Baby Rattlers needed a 4th quarter game winning drive, FAMU High jumped out to a 22-0 halftime lead and never looked back.

“The objective tonight was to ‘sharpen the pencil’, nothing fancy. Just get better”, Said FAMU High head coach Ira Reynolds. Led on the ground by quarterback and running backs C. McWhite, L. Metzs and A. Williams FAMU High accounted for just under 300 yards rushing.

Wakulla moves to 3-0, routs NFC 38-7

For the first time in 3 tries the Wakulla War Eagles beat North Florida Christian, in a 38-7 rout on Friday night. Last years heart-breaking 25-20 loss was erased along with the Eagles 15 game win streak, with a dominating effort that included a 24-0 first half shut-out of NFC.

The Wakulla War Eagles moved to 3-0 on the year by beating the NFC Eagles. Wakulla earned their first win in 3 tries against NFC.

War Eagle quarterback C. Stephens threw for three touchdowns and Wakulla accounted for 411 yards of total offense. With key injuries, North Florida Christian was unable to muster any scoring opportunities until late in the game.

John Paul II falls to Mt. Dora in triple overtime thriller, 18-12

2A Mt Dora Bible (4-0) outlasted JPII Catholic (2-2) in triple overtime last night in Mt Dora. After taking the lead in the 3rd quarter, JPII gave up a score with 3 minutes remaining, and then went to overtime 6-6 – a missed extra point and field goal would cost them dearly. Both teams scored in the first overtime, then neither scored in the second.

Mt Dora scored on a 4th down play in third overtime, and JPII was stopped on the goal line on 4th down, giving Mt Dora their 4th win in a row. Mt Dora Bible, coming in to the game averaging over 45 points per game, was battered by JPII, losing 6 players to injury during the game, including the starting quarterback who had to be sent to the emergency room, while being shut-out till late in the 4th quarter.

This was the third road game in a 1,300 mile road tour for John Paul. They will host Aucilla Christian for homecoming next Friday.

Suwannee gets big win over visiting Santa Fe, 35-0

The Suwannee Bulldogs moved to 2-1 on the season with a 35-0 shutout against the Santa Fe Raiders. The Bulldogs will have a tough road challenge awaiting them next week when they face-off against Rutherford.

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