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Aquinas romps, improves to 3-0

Highlights from the third quarter of the Dodge County at Laney football game.
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SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. --- Aquinas kept its surprising perfect start alive with a dominating 51-0 victory over Social Circle on Friday night.

Vince Dooley, former head football coach and athletic director at Georgia, flips the coin before start of Briarwood-Piedmont game on Friday night. Dooley sold books and signed several autographs during his visit. Piedmont won the game 62-32. 
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Vince Dooley, former head football coach and athletic director at Georgia, flips the coin before start of Briarwood-Piedmont game on Friday night. Dooley sold books and signed several autographs during his visit. Piedmont won the game 62-32.

Brad Thomas scored a pair of third quarter touchdowns to go along with his 74-yard kickoff return in the first quarter.

Brendan Douglas scored on runs of 35 and 15 yards.

The Irish (3-0) have now won five games in a row dating back to last season.

Aquinas 9 21 21 0 - 51
Social Circle  0 0 0 0 - 0

First Quarter
A-Safety, 5:52
A-Brad Thomas 74 kick return,  (Daniel Leonard kick) 5:37

Second Quarter
A-Dane Anderson 35 run, (Leonard kick) 10:56
A-Brendan Douglas 15 run,  (Leonard kick) 7:32
A-Douglas 58 run, (Leonard kick) 1:17

Third Quarter
A-Thomas 2 run, (Leonard kick), 8:34
A-Ray Thompkins 22 run, (Leonard kick), 5:04
A-Thomas 24 run, (Leonard kick), 3:32

  A
First Downs 12
Rushes-Yards 34-311
Passing Yards 18
Comp.-Att.-Int. 3-9-1
Fumbles-Lost 3-0
Punts-Yards 4-28
Penalties-Yards 14-115

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING-Aquinas-Brad Thomas 9-67, Brendan Douglas 7-142, Ray Thompkins 4-57, Dane Anderson 3-19.

PASSING-Aquinas- Dane Anderson 3-9-18.

RECEIVING-Aquinas- Douglas 2-25, Hill 1-(-7).
Record: Aquinas 3-0. Next: Hancock Central vs. Aquinas, 7:30 p.m., Friday.

Ben Lippen 40, Augusta Christian 34

Tyler Renew scored on a 9-yard touchdown run - his third of the game - with 3:37 to lift undefeated Ben Lippen to a victory over Augusta Christian.

Tyler Roberson rushed for 108 yards and three touchdowns.

Ben Lippen   7 13 12 8 - 40
Augusta Christian  14 14 0 6 - 34

First Quarter
AC-Tyler Roberson 60 run (Christian Croft kick), 10:11
BL-Tyler Renew 5 run, (Tuck Benefiled kick) 4:20
AC-Thomas Banks 5 run, (Croft kick), :30

Second Quarter
BL-Renew 1 run, (kick failed), 11:37
AC-Sean Sweeting 29 run, (Croft Kick), 11:00
BL-Renew 3 run, (Benefield kick), 8:06
AC-Roberson 15 run (Croft kick), 1:21

Third Quarter
BL-Taylor Wilson 66 pass from Austin Irish (kick failed), 7:33
BL-Taylor Stevens 56 pass from Wilson, (run failed), 2:19

Fourth Quarter
AC-Roberson 2 run (Kick failed), 10:07
BL-Renew 9 run, (Taylor Wilson pass from Irish), 3:37

  BL AC
First Downs 14 18
Rushes-Yards 42-288 39-286
Passing Yards 176 95
Comp.-Att.-Int. 10-14-0 6-11-0
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0
Punts-Yards 1-39 2-28
Penalties-Yards 5-42 3-35

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING-Ben Lippen: Renew 30-262, Zach Perry 4-22, Irish 5-2, Corey Jackson-Patrick 1-3, Wilson 2-(-1). Augusta Christian: Roberson 14-108, Croft 13-75, Banks 6-53, Sweeting 6-50.
PASSING-Ben Lippen: Irish 8-12-120, Wilson 2-2-56. Augusta Christian: Roberson 6-11-95.

RECEIVING-Ben Lippen: Wilson 7-113, Stevens 2-56, Graham Laws 1-7. Augusta Christian: Eric Fogle 2-38, Matt Rogers 3-32, Banks 1-25.

Record: Ben Lippen (3-0). Augusta Christian (1-2).

Next: Augusta Christian at Lawrence Manning Academy, 7:30 p.m., Friday.

Memorial Day 79, Westminster 28

Memorial Day outgained Westminster 408-38 on the ground en route to a blowout.

Westminster's Thomas Mehrhof threw for 406 yards and four touchdowns, all of which went to Patrick Mosley.

Memorial Day  29 21 15 14 - 79
Westminster  7 7 7 7 - 28

First Quarter
MD-Zach Sauers 33 interception return (kick failed), 8:59
MD-Lamir Cohens 4 run (Ty Latson run), 7:38
W-Patrick Mosley 2 pass from Thomas Mehrhof (Chandler Norris kick), 2:48
MD-Derrick Wright 14 pass from Latson (Zach Proveaux kick) :30
MD-Sauers 9 interception return (Latson run), :16

Second Quarter
W-Mosley 64 pass from Mehrhof (Norris kick), 11:00
MD-Cohens 32 run (Proveaux kick), 8:25
MD-Mendoza Smith 2 run (Proveaux kick), 3:57
MD-Wright 23 pass from Latson (Proveaux kick), 1:39

Third Quarter
MD-Kendarius Dukes 26 run (Proveaux kick) 8:55
MD-Joe Hirchak 88 fumble recovery (Smith run), 4:58
W-Mosley 26 pass from Mehrhof (Norris kick) :50

Fourth Quarter
MD-Jonathan DeLoach 38 run (Proveaux kick) 10:13
MD-Smith 79 run (Lane Naydeck kick), 5:26
W-Mosley 1 pass from Mehrhof (Norris kick), :48

  MD W
First Downs 15 17
Rushes-Yards 27-408 8-38
Passing Yards 119 406
Comp.-Att.-Int. 6-10-0 28-43-3
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1
Punts-Yards 1-40 1-0
Penalties-Yards 14-125 5-50

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING-Westminster: Nick Newsome 1-1, Mehrhof 5-(-6), Tim Nabholz 2-43.

PASSING-Westminster: Mehrhof 28-43-3 406.

RECEIVING-Westminster: Mosley 13-238, Nabholz 4-41, Michael Goodell 4-9, Newsome 3-18, Taylor Robertson 4-19. Record: Westminster 1-2.

George Walton 14, Warren County 6 

WARRENTON, Ga. --- Senior quarterback Ty Shelnutt scored on a 68-yard run and Cord Gunnin kicked two field goals as George Walton handed Warren County (2-1) its first loss of the season.

Dondracus Dozier scored Warren County's touchdown late in the fourth quarter on a 1-yard run.

George Walton 3 3 8 0 -- 14
Warren Co. 0 0 0 6 -- 6

First Quarter

GW--Cord Gunnin 39 FG, 4:01

Second Quarter

GW--Gunnin 37 FG, :24

Third Quarter

GW--Ty Shelnutt 68 run (Shelnutt run), :15

Fourth Quarter

WC--Dondracus Dozier 1 run (run failed), 3:05

  G W
First Downs 7 12
Rushes-Yards 37-195 41-162
Passing Yards 8 82
Comp.-Att.-Int. 1-5-0 6-16-3
Punts-Yards 5-34.6 4-36.5
Penalties-Yards 4-45 8-65

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING--George Walton: Shelnutt 7-101, Eric Dobbs 18-63.Warren Co.: name Coby Reynolds 11-95, Dozier 20-63.

PASSING--George Walton: Shelnutt 1-5-0-8. Warren Co.: Dozier 6-16-3.

RECEIVING--George Walton: Tyler Jarivs 1-8. Warren Co.: Cornelius Pinkston 3-43, Buster Wilson 1-24, Davarius Davis 1-14..

Record: Warren County 2-1 Next: Warren County at McCormick, Friday, 7:30 p.m.

JEFFERSON COUNTY 37, SCREVEN COUNTY 21

SYLVANIA, Ga. --- Jefferson County rallied with 20 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to knock off Screven County.

Charles Broadus accounted for three touchdowns for the Warriors, two coming in the final six minutes to give Jefferson County the victory.

Rodderick Grace had two touchdowns for Screven County. Jessica Markovic, the area's only female kicker, had a field goal in the second quarter and tacked on three extra points.

Jefferson Co. 7 3 7 20 -- 37
Screven Co. 14 0 0 7 -- 21

First Quarter

J--Charles Broadus 25 pass from Chester Stone (Thomas Pritchard kick) 11:15.

S--Rodderick Grace 11 run (Jessica Markovic kick) 4:02.

S--Grace 82 pass from Aikeem Mingle (Markovic kick) 0:33.

Second Quarter

J--Pritchard 32 FG 0:01.

Third Quarter

J--Dontavious Kitchens 26 run (Pritchard kick) 2:25.

Fourth Quarter

S--Dwayne Heinbel 2 run (Markovic kick) 11:22.

J--Kitchens 18 run (Pritchard kick) 11:02.

J--Broadus 12 run (kick fail) 5:04.

J--Broadus 22 pass from Stone (Pritchard kick) 1:05.

  J S
First Downs 22 12
Rushes-Yards 36-317 47-192
Passing Yards 125 100
Comp.-Att.-Int. 7-14-0 2-5-2
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-1
Punts-Yards 1-46 1-28
Penalties-Yards 11-105 8-40

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING--Jefferson Co.: Broadus 19-172, Kitchens 14-131, Stone 3-14. Screven Co.: Jeremy Johnson 21-95, Grace 12-64.

PASSING--Jefferson Co.: Stone 7-14-125. Screven Co.: Mingle 2-5-100.

RECEIVING--Jefferson Co.: Broadus 5-87, Lee McCloud 1-19, Kitchens 1-11, Stan Smith 1-8. Screven Co.: Brian Bargeron 1-18, Grace 1-82.

Records: Jefferson Co. 2-0-1, Screven Co. 1-2-0. Next: Laney at Jefferson County, Friday at 7:30 p.m.

WILLISTON-ELKO 50, BLACKVILLE-HILDA 0

WILLISTON, S.C. --- Tamyn "Gator" Garrick threw for four touchdowns to lead Williston-Elko to a rout of Blackville-Hilda.

Garrick finished 8 of 10 with 227 yards.

Kendric Salley rushed for 133 yards and scored three times for the Blue Devils.

Blackville-Hilda 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Williston-Elko 14 6 14 16 -- 50

First Quarter

W-E--Kendrick Salley 8 run (Salley 2 pt run) 8:09.

W-E--Rokeem Williams 15 pass from Gator Garrick (2 pt pass fail) 1:10.

Second Quarter

W-E--Salley 12 run (2 pt pass fail) 1:31.

Third Quarter

W-E--Dexter Staley 30 pass from Garrick (Salley 2 pt run) 10:08.

W-E--Davorus Hosey 70 pass from Garrick (2 pt run fail) 5:51.

Fourth Quarter

W-E--Hosey 62 pass from Garrick (Salley 2 pt run) 11:44.

W-E--Staley 60 run (Salley 2 pt run) 8:27.

  B-H W-E
First Downs 7 13
Rushes-Yards 30-104 29-225
Passing Yards 40 227
Comp.-Att.-Int. 3-5-0 8-10-0
Fumbles-Lost 4-2 1-0
Penalties-Yards 4-30 9-70

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING--Blackville-Hilda: Jamel Dukes 14-51, Chris Kerse 11-60. Williston-Elko: Salley 18-133.

PASSING--Blackville-Hilda: Kerse 3-5-40. Williston-Elko: Garrick 8-10-227.

RECEIVING--Blackville-Hilda: Kerse 1-10, Dukes 1-25. Williston-Elko: Williams 6-65, Hosey 2-132.

Records: Blackville-Hilda 3-1. Next: Blackville-Hilda vs. Wagener-Salley, Friday at 7:30 p.m.

EDMUND BURKE 35, THOMAS JEFFERSON 27

LOUISVILLE, Ga. --- Edmund Burke Academy held off a late Thomas Jefferson Academy rally to post the road victory.

Edmund Burke led 35-13 entering the fourth quarter before the Jaguars started a rally that fell short.

Edmund Burke 15 13 7 0 -- 35

Thomas Jefferson 6 7 0 14 -- 27

First Quarter

TJ-- Will Johnson 80 pass from Michael Bridges, (kick failed) 

Second Quarter

TJ- Bridges 2 run, (Evans kick)

Fourth Quarter

TJ- Austin Derssel 3 run, (Evans kick)

TJ- Nick Whitmer 4 pass from Chase Walden (Evans kick)

  T
First Downs 11
Rushes-Yards 40-195
Passing Yards 86
Comp.-Att.-Int. 12
Fumbles-Lost 0
Punts-Yards 3-85
Penalties-Yards 2-7

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING--Thomas Jefferson: Austin Dressel 14-79, Michael Bridegs 14-75, Nick Whitmer 10-40

PASSING--Thomas Jefferson: Chase Walden 4-10-6, Michael Bridges 1-2-80.

RECEIVING--Thomas Jefferson: Will Johnson 1-80, Nick Whitmer 2-4.

Record: Thomas Jefferson 0-2-1. Next: Thomas Jefferson at Fullington Academy, 7:30 p.m,. Friday.

JOHN MILLEDGE ACADEMY 27, BRENTWOOD 27

SANDERSVILLE, Ga.--- Brentwood led by eight in the second quarter before John Milledge bounced back to earn a tie.

John Milledge 13 6 8 0 -- 27

Brentwood 7 14 6 0 -- 27

First Quarter

JM-Ryan Blizzard 1 run, (Josh Harrison kick) 6:05

B-Damon Harris 93 kickoff return, (Holly Jolley kick), 5:40

JM-Cooper Morgan 2 run, (kick failed), 1:48

Second Quarter

B-Andy Bonifay 43 pass from Eli Rowland (Jolley kick), 8:14

B-Rowland 20 run (Jolley kick), 1:58

JM-Morgan 3 run (run failed), :10

Third Quarter

B-Will Daniel 16 pass from Bonifay, (kick failed), 6:02

JM-J. T. Stevens 1 run (Run), :28

  J B
First Downs 23 10
Rushes-Yards 67-370 42-122
Passing Yards 27 97
Comp.-Att.-Int. 7-2-0 7-3-0
Fumbles-Lost 3-2 1-1
Punts-Yards 1-38 3-33.3
Penalties-Yards 7-65 8-62

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING--John Milledge Academy: Morgan 32-210, Stevens 17-93, Wicker Tuten 5-32, Ryan Blizzard 11-41, Josh Harrison 1-5. Brentwood: Evan Wiggins 8-18, Damon Harris 10-82, Daniel Adams 1-53, Eli Rowland 4-33, Andy Bonifay 6-25.

PASSING--John Milledge Academy: Ryan Blizzard 2-27. Brentwood: Andy Bonifay 3-97.

RECEIVING--John Milledge Academy: Jon Thrower 1-20, Frankie Hines 1-7. Brentwood: Will Daniel 2-54, Eli Rowland 1-43.

WYMAN KING 47, ANDREW JACKSON 26

Andrew Jackson 6 0 6 14 -- 26

Wyman King 8 32 7 0 -- 47

First Quarter

AJ--A.J. Elkins 79 run (2 pt run fail) 10:57  

WK--Devin Bedenbaugh 40 run (Bedenbaugh 2 pt run) 4:34

Second Quarter

WK--Bedenbaugh 5 run (Daniel Dorn 2 pt run) 10:55

WK--Bedenbaugh 17 run (Bedenbaugh 2 pt run) 7:41

WK--Ben Floyd 36 run (Jake Bryan 2 pt run) 5:11  

WK--Floyd 14 run (Floyd 2 pt run) 0:58

Third Quarter

AJ--Elkins 1 run (2 pt pass fail) 8:23

WK--Foster West 1 run (Justin Long kick) 3:21  

Fourth Quarter

AJ--Elkins 6 run (Mark Corder 2 pt run) 9:37

AJ--Elkins 11 run (2 pt pass fail) 2:13

  A W
First Downs 8 12
Rushes-Yards 32-317 42-366
Passing Yards 4 0
Comp.-Att.-Int. 1-4-0 0-1-0
Fumbles-Lost 6-2 7-3
Punts-Yards 3-27 0
Penalties-Yards 2-15 1-10

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING--Wyman King: David Bedenbaugh 13-169, Ben Floyd 11-94, Foster West 9-71. Andrew Jackson: A.J. Elkins 23-289.

Record: Wyman King 4-0, Andrew Jackson 2-2. Next: Wyman King vs. Trinity Collegiate, Friday at 7:30 p.m.

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ERROR IN THE WESTMINSTER BOX:

ERROR IN THE WESTMINSTER BOX: Under Receiving, Michael Goodell's numbers should be 4-89 (His coaches told him he was 4-107 but, if the yards for the other receivers are correct, 89 for Michael will make the individual numbers match the team total of 406). I'd love to see a "The Chronicle regrets the error" box in tomorrow' sports section!

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