Lincoln dominant again, Picks up win over Rickards, 39-3
The Lincoln Trojans used a strong rushing attack and capitalized on several Rickards penalties to claim a 39-3 victory on Friday night. Using two quarterbacks to lead the offense, K. Randolph and C. Joseph threw for a combined 3 touchdowns while Senior running back B. Robinson amassed 90 yards on 21 carries and scored 2 touchdowns for the Trojans.
Defensive back T. Williams nabbed 2 interceptions while the Trojans held Rickards to under 130 yards of total offense. The Raiders lone score came on a 33 yard field goal by K. Deldebo.
Wakulla puts away Jefferson County, 28-12
Wakulla used a strong first half effort to put away Jefferson County, 28-12. The War Eagle defense held the Tigers scoreless in the first half while the offense saw Freshman quarterback F. Franks throw for 186 yards and a touchdown who filled in for the injured C. Stephens. The Tigers added two scores late to cut into the Wakulla lead and finished the night with over 300 yards of total offense.
Chiles gets district win in shootout over Lake Weir, 42-33
The Chiles Timberwolves found themselves back on the winning side of things to improve to 2-3 on the season by holding off a pesky Lake Weir team on Homecoming night, 42-33. Chiles quarterback B. Hatch was 9-of-15 and threw 5 touchdowns in the district win and running back J. Scrange and wide-out M. Dunn each chipped in 3 touchdown recptions.
Lake Weir held the game within close reach throughout the night as the Hurricanes took advantage of several Chiles miscues and turnovers.
Godby cranks out big road win, downs Crestview 49-14
The Godby Cougars remained undefeated on the season with a convincing 49-14 road win against Crestview. Cougar quarterback J.T. Bradwell threw for just over 200 yards and was 12-18 passing on the night. Godby running back K. Thomas accounted for 87 yards rushing, while T. Longmire chipped in 67 yards on the ground. Godby has outscored its opponents 158-49 through 4 games.
Marianna pulls away from FAMU High, 36-14
The Marianna Bulldogs continued their winning ways against visiting FAMU High by capitalizing on a big 4th down stop in the final quarter to beat the Baby Rattlers 36-14. The Bulldogs were held in a close contest for 3 quarters, but a big run by Marianna’s T. Long helped to break open the game as the Bulldogs
added 3 scores late to outlast FAMU High.
The Baby Rattlers couldn’t seem to make the most of their opportunities, as FAMU High fumbled a crucial kickoff return. Marianna freshman quarterback H. Williams was 9-of-15 on the night throwing for 125 yards passing with two rushing scores and two passing scores. FAMU High quarterback C. McWhite amassed 149 all purpose yards for the Baby Rattlers.
E. Gadsden cruises on the road against Andrew Jackson, 41-6
East Gadsden picked up their 3rd win on the year by crushing the Andrew Jackson Tigers on the road, 41-6. Jaguar quarterback T. Robinson had a big night throwing for 240 yards and two touchdowns and running back J. Reynolds added 105 yards rushing and 3 scores to give East Gadsden a big road win. C. Cunningham and J. Cunningham combined for 2 touchdowns and 7 catches for the Jaguars
Madison overcomes slow start to beat Providence, 48-6
The Cowboys experienced a 1st quarter setback before they turned into their usual selves to best Providence 48-6 on the road. Madison County running back K. Bruton scored twice while three other Cowboys added rushing touchdowns to give the Cowboys their 5th win on the year.
Florida High blanks P.K. Yonge on the road, 54-0
The Florida High Seminoles rebounded from a tough week 4 loss to gain a 54-0 shutout win over P.K. Yonge. Led by running back K. Lewis, who gained over 200 yards rushing on just 10 touches, the Seminoles jumped out early and never looked back. Florida High quarterback D. Harvey threw for more than 160 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Maclay hammers Oak Hall for 1st conference win, 50-3
Maclay earned their first conference win in a big way by beating visiting Oak Hall, 50-3 in a re-match of last seasons North Florida Football Conference championship game. The Marauders finally got the complete game that they were looking for as Maclay intercepted the first pass of the game for a touchdown and never looked back.
“We finally played four quarters.” Maclay head coach Kyler Hall said. “We didn’t have any letdowns in any phase of the game tonight.” The Marauders took a 33-3 halftime lead on a dominant performance by senior standout T. Transou who scored 2 touchdowns and from senior quarterback E. Moore who tossed two scores. Maclay improves their record to 2-2, 1-0 in the conference on the season with the win.
NFC rebounds against Florida Air for 47-14 win
North Florida Christian got back to its winning ways after suffering their first loss in nearly two years by soundly beating Florida Air Academy 47-14 on Friday night. Eagle running back M. Clark provided plenty of spark for NFC, scoring two rushing touchdowns and two receiving touchdowns. The Eagles will face Hawthorne next week.