PLAY OF THE GAME: On Warren County's first offensive play, senior running back Coby Reynolds broke two tackles at the 20-yard line on his way to a 32-yard touchdown run to give the Screaming Devils a 6-0 lead.
PLAYER OF THE GAME: Reynolds ran for three touchdowns and a fourth scoring run -- a 52-yarder -- was called back. He finished the game with 74 yards rushing on just 10 carries.
WHY HARLEM LOST: In their first game of the season, the Bulldogs never got their misdirection offense on track, managing only 66 yards of total offense.
WHY WARREN COUNTY WON: On Harlem's third play from scrimmage, Warren County defensive end Edricus Williams made a one-handed interception and the Screaming Devils (2-0) scored on the next play.
QUOTABLE: "We're our biggest opponent right now. If we can stop making mistakes and become a little more disciplined, we've got a chance to be a pretty good ball team." -- Warren County head coach Marleau Blount
NEXT: George Walton vs. Warren County, Friday; Lincoln County vs. Harlem, Friday.