4Q GAMENIGHT: Week 4 Re-wind

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Lincoln overwhelms Chiles for first home win, 54-7

After a huge win over the Leon Lions last week the Chiles Timberwolves were forced to take a step back against the Lincoln Trojans in a 54-7 loss. Lincoln was able to overcome a two early interceptions to take a 28-7 halftime lead. The steady efforts of K. Randolph saw the Trojan quarterback throw for over 160 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Chiles wasn’t able to find the offensive spark that was present a week earlier. Lincoln put up 20 points third quarter to put the game out of reach and cruise the rest of the way to their 3rd straight victory on the year.

Wakulla earns tough win over stout Ft. White team, 37-26

The Wakulla War Eagles remained undefeated on the season and a new star emerged from the talented crop of athletes to lead the team to a 37-26 victory. Running back Malik Thomas amassed 106 yards rushing on 11 carries to anchor the War Eagles offensive attack. Senior standout D. Lindasy also chipped in 92 yards on the ground.

On the defensive side of the ball Wakulla forced 4 turnovers which lead to two second half scores. War Eagle quarterback C. Stephens completed 6 out of 9 passes on the night for just over 100 yards passing.

Rickards turns away Florida High for signature win, 46-26

The Raiders “high-octane” offensive unit lead by elusive quarterback C. Kelly raced past Florida High on their home field at Rickards high school for a 46-26 win on Friday night. Kelly accounted for an astounding 321 yards of offense and 217 of those yards came through the air.

The Raiders found themselves in control of the ballgame early until Florida High began to close the gap late in the first half. But the 20 point second quarter proved to be too much for the Seminoles as Rickards picked up their second win on the year.

East Gadsden outlasts Jefferson County, 24-14

The East Gadsden Jaguars picked up their second win of the 2012 season against a stubborn Jefferson County team for a 24-14 win. The Jaguars maintained a steady lead for most of the night and weren’t threatened until late in the ballgame.

Jaguar running back J. Reynolds opened up the scoring with a 55 yard run to give his team an early lead and East Gadsden added a defensive score along with a field-goal to give them a 17-0 halftime lead. Late in the second half Jefferson County quarterback L. Footman added a 38 yard touchdown pass and a 1 yard touchdown run to end the shutout.

Madison County stays perfect, beats Taylor County 42-7

On the first play from scrimmage Madison County running back S. Willaims scored on a 70 yard run and the Cowboys cruised to a 42-7 win over visiting Taylor County at Boot Hill Stadium. Williams also added 2 more scores (one receiving, one rushing) for the Cowboys to oust the Bulldogs. With the win Madison county will move to 4-0 on the season and the Cowboys will face Providence next week.

FAMU High pulls away late from P.K. Yonge, 30-13

FAMU High ran away from the P.K. Yonge Blue Wave on Friday night, literally. Running back L. Metz amassed 210 yards rushing to lead the Baby Rattlers to a 30-13 victory. FAMU High used a strong defensive effort to stave off the Blue Wave as the Baby Rattlers held a slim 14-13 halftime lead.

FAMU High quarterback C. McWhite tries to out run 3 P.K. Yonge defenders. The Baby Rattlers won 30-13

FAMU High’s A. WIllams added two scores along with 115 yards rushing, while defensive back C. McWhite had 2 interceptions on defense.

Aucilla Christian hammers John Paul II, 62-13

The Aucilla Warriors 4 interceptions set the tone for a dominating win over John Paul II on Friday night. Aucilla quarterback W. Smyrnios threw for 178 yards and 5 touchdowns as the Warriors coasted to a 62-13 victory. On the receiving end of Smyrnios’ passes was wide-out J. Jackson, who hauled in two scores while H. Sorensen chipped in 112 yards rushing for Aucilla. John Paul receivers C. Iwuagwa and F. Tracy were the Panthers only scorers on the night.

Undefeated Marianna gets big rivalry win over Chipley, 42-14

Marianna stayed perfect on the year and with the outstanding efforts of running back T. Long the Bulldogs crushed Chipley 42-14. Long accounted for over 200 yards rushing on the night and a whopping 5 touchdowns. The Bulldogs shutout the Tigers in the first half, 28-0 and were in control the rest of the way. Running back Q. Johnson also added 77 yards and a score while quarterback H. Williams connected with R. Copeland for another score.

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