Thomson hammers Westside

Josh Jones threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more as Thomson remained unbeaten with a 63-6 win over Westside on Friday night.

Jones passed for 185 yards and rushed for 61 as the Bulldogs improved to 7-0.

Thomson 21 28 7 7 – 63

Westside 0 0 0 6 – 6

First Quarter

T–Ladricus Bonner 3 run (Jared Williams kick), 9:30

T–Josh Jones 27 run (Williams kick), 7:34

T–Jones 34 run (Williams kick), 1:35

Second Quarter

T–Torrie Battle 30 pass from Jones (Williams kick), 11:06

T–Kentrell Reynolds 31 pass from Jones (Williams kick), 9:26

T–Demarquis Lampkin 5 run (Williams kick), 6:25

T–Ladricus Bonner 19 pass from Jones (Williams kick), 1:13

Third Quarter

T–Chris Jordan 10 run (Ricky Martinez kick), 9:14

Fourth Quarter

T–Travanta Wright 1 run (Martinez kick), 11:08

W–Daniel Williams 2 run (kick failed), 3:56

 

T
Rushes-Yards22-275
Passing Yards185
Comp.-Att.-Int.10-13-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING–Thomson: Josh Jones 2-61, Billy Felts 1-17, Demarquis Franklin 2-23, Chris Tutt 1-32, Torrie Battle 3-29, Delvin Hunt 1-2, Chris Jordan 3-57, Travanta Wright 2-1, Ladricus Bonner 2-12, Aaron Johnson 3-20, Leon Jones 2-21.

PASSING–Thomson: Jones 10-13-0 185.

RECEIVING–Thomson: Battle 3-65, Bonner 1-19, Jalen Tucker 2-26, Felton Hatcher 1-26, Marquavious Cummings 1-14, Tavis Walton 1-4, Kentrell Reynolds 1-31.

 

AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 41, ORANGEBURG PREP 25

Thomas Banks scored on a 1-yard run and a 30-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Roberson in the fourth quarter to help the Lions rally for a victory over Orangeburg Prep.

Banks finished with 165 yards on 21 carries.

 

Orange. Prep 12 6 7 0 – 25

Aug. Christian 7 14 0 20 – 41

First Quarter

OP–Benjamin Cooper 28 pass from Cap Thackston (kick failed), 9:45

OP–Sean Odom 25 pass from Thackston (kick failed), 5:28

AC–Tyler Roberson 2 run (Kent Brace kick), 1:02

Second Quarter

AC–Adonis Roberson 46 run (kick failed), 10:48

OP–Derek Andrews 25 pass from Thackston (pass failed), 9:01

AC–Sean Sweeting 34 run (Michael Clifton pass from T. Roberson), 4:55

Third Quarter

OP–Cameron Thompson 6 run (Hunter Pickens kick), 3:37

Fourth Quarter

AC–T. Roberson 1 run (Brace kick), 10:53

AC–Thomas Banks 1 run (kick failed), 6:08

AC–Banks 30 pass from T. Roberson (Brace kick), 1:25

 

 OPAC
First Downs1214
Rushes-Yards26-10543-308
Passing Yards21264
Comp.-Att.-Int.13-30-17-12-0
Fumbles-Lost1-02-1
Punts-Yards4-353-40
Penalties-Yards10-658-71

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING–OP: Aaron Crandall 12-101, Thompson 8-14, Thackston 6-(-10). AC: Banks 21-165, A. Roberson 8-80, Sweeting 7-44, T. Roberson 7-14.

PASSING–OP: Thackston 13-30-1 212. AC: T. Roberson 7-12-0 64.

RECEIVING–OP: Benjamin Cooper 3-61, Odom 4-52, Andrews 3-72, Nick Garrick 1-4, Thompson 1-10, Reed Grubbs 1-13. AC: Banks 4-49, Grant Newman 1-13, A. Roberson 1-1, Clifton 1-1.

RECORDS: Augusta Christian 6-2, Orangeburg Prep 6-3.

NEXT: Augusta Christian at Pinewood Prep, 7:30 p.m., Friday.

 

BURKE COUNTY 84,  CROSS CREEK 7

In Waynesboro, Ga., Burke County extended its winning streak to four games with a dominating performance against Cross Creek.

The Bears (6-1) have averaged 66 points during the streak and are red-hot heading into a pivotal Region 3-AAA South matchup with Washington County next week.

The winner of that game will have the inside track for a berth in the Region 3-AAA title game.

 

BRENTWOOD 51, WESTMINSTER 7

In Sandersville, Ga., Damon Harris rushed for 206 yards and three touchdowns as Brentwood routed Westminster.

The Eagles outgained the Wildcats 471-94 on the ground.

Daniel Adams added three rushing TDs for Brentwood.

 

Westminster 0 0 0 7 – 7

Brentwood 13 24 14 0 – 51

First Quarter

B–Damon Harris 5 run (kick failed), 9:09

B–Harris 47 run (Tory Mimbs kick), 6:44

Second Quarter

B–Mimbs 27 FG, 7:08

B–Garrett Riggs 20 run (Mimbs kick), 3:32

B–Daniel Adams 1 run (Mimbs kick), :50

B–Adams 3 run (Mimbs kick), :14

Third Quarter

B–Harris 56 run (Mimbs kick), 4:43

B–Adams 64 fumble return (Mimbs kick), :10

Fourth Quarter

W–Patrick Moseley 64 pass from Tim Nabholz (Joe Coleman kick), 9:50

 

 WB
First Downs919
Rushes-Yards30-9445-471
Passing Yards150
Comp.-Att.-Int.4-14-30-1-0
Fumbles-Lost3-71-1
Punts-Yards2-37.51-23
Penalties-Yards2-102-25

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING–Westminster: Tim Nabholz 7-5, Taylor Robertson 4-32, AJ Lewis 11-44, Patrick Moseley 2-1, Joe Coleman 1-(-5), Jason Quattlebaum 1-0, Jared Hanner 1-16, Caleb Herrin 1-0, R.J. Strauss 2-1. Brentwood: Damon Harris 10-206, Garrett Riggs 6-62, Daniel Adams 10-68, Andy Bonifay 7-63, Nick Pullen 3-34, Eric Smith 2-6, Hunter Morrison 2-2, Drew Still 4-32, Dillon Everett 1-(-2).

PASSING–Westminster: Nabholz 4-12-3 15, Strauss 0-2-0 0. Brentwood: Bonifay 0-1-0- 0.

RECEIVING–Westminster: Michael Goodell 1-12, Patrick Moseley 2-72.

RECORD: Westminster 4-4.

NEXT: Westminster at Edmund Burke, Friday.

 

WARREN COUNTY 21, HANCOCK CENTRAL 2

In Sparta, Ga., Damien Clark ran for a score and threw for another as Warren County stifled Hancock Central to move to 6-1.

Warren County 0 8 6 7 – 21

Hancock Central 0 0 0 2 – 2

Second Quarter

WC–Richard Wilburn 36 interception return (Damien Clark run), 6:32

Third Quarter

WC–Clark 6 run (kick failed), 3:33

Fourth Quarter

HC-Safety, 9:50

WC–Dextrell Norris 42 pass from Clark (Edricus Williams kick), 6:44

 

 WCHC
First Downs1213
Rushes-Yards40-15231-76
Passing Yards68191
Comp.-Att.-Int.3-7-013-30-2
Fumbles-Lost40
Punts-Yards2-44.51-5
Penalties-Yards8-706-47

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING–WC: Dextrell Norris 7-54, Jabari Wilson 13-43, Devarius Davis 7-37, Damien Clark 9-34. HC: Deonte Franklin 19-80, Casey Adams 4-12.

PASSING–WC: Clark 3-5-0 68, Richard Wilburn 0-2-0 0. HC: Dontavious Lowe 13-30-2 191.

RECEIVING–WC: Norris 1-42, Wilson 1-17, Williams 1-9. HC: Jailon Lundy 3-51, Marcus Walker 3-50, Linton Cobbs 2-49, Franklin 4-30.

RECORD: Warren County 6-1.

NEXT: Washington-Wilkes at Warren County, 7:30 p.m., Friday.

 

BRIARWOOD ACADEMY 41 CURTIS BAPTIST 6,

In Warrenton, Ga., senior tailback Michael Kent rushed for 81 yards and three touchdowns to lift Briarwood.

Curtis Baptist 0 0 0 6 – 6

Briarwood 14 12 15 0 – 41

First Quarter

B–Michael Kent 7 run (Dalton Reese kick), 7:38.

B–Kent 7 run (Reese kick), 3:58

Second Quarter

B–Kent 8 run (kick failed(, 11:55

B–Bryce Sowell 40 fumble return (kick failed), 8:35

Third Quarter

B–Reese 1 run (Reece kick), 10:51

B–Sowell 5 run (Ryan Prichett pass from Reece), 5:04

Fourth Quarter

CB–Cole Swanson 15 run (pass failed), 2:36

 

 CBB
First Downs419
Rushes-Yards32-13142-400
Passing Yards970
Comp.-Att.-Int.2-8-14-6-1
Fumbles-Lost1-03-1
Punts-Yards6-270
Penalties-Yards3-153-15

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING–B: Kent 8-81, Sowell 5-49, Ryan Prichett 5-47, Russell Burdett 8-26 Reece 1-18, Fifth Newton 2-12 Jake Brooks 1-2

PASSING–B: Reece 3-5-1, Newton 1-1-0.

RECEIVING–B: Steven Parris 2-46, Colt Phelps 1-23.

RECORD: Briarwood 4-2.

NEXT: Briarwood at Thomas Jefferson, 7:30, Friday night.

 

AUGUSTA PREP 28, ANDERSON 14

Augusta Prep 0 0 7 21 – 28

Anderson 0 7 7 0 – 14

Second Quarter

A–Jomond Thomason 2 run (Nathaniel Guire kick), 7:14

Third Quarter

AP–Kevin Huggins 12 pass from Jack Owen (Huggins kick), 3:17

A–Thomason 36 run (Guire kick), 2:40

Fourth Quarter

AP–Huggins 3 run (Pylant 2-point conversion), 5:38

AP–Michael Downing 8 pass from Jack Owen (Huggins kick failed), 1:51

AP–Huggins 2 run (Huggins kick good), 0:42

 

 APA
First Downs166
Rushes-Yards59-30223-141
Passing Yards646
Comp.-Att.-Int.4-5-03-8-1
Fumbles-Lost2-12-0
Punts-Yards1-384-102
Penalties-Yards5-3011-70

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING–AP: Nolan Brandon 3-14, Patrick Reynolds 4-19, Kevin Huggins 33-124. Nate Pylant 18-143, Jack Owen 2-2. AN: Jomond Thomason 15-90, Jaylan Copeland 2-33, Seth Gurley 3-(-7), Haeden Secor 3-25.

PASSING–AP: Jack Owen 4-5-0 64. AN: Seth Gurley 3-8-1 6.

RECEIVING–AP: Franklin Sims 2-38, Michael Downing 1-8, Kevin Huggins 1-12. AN: Jaylan Copeland 3-53, Jomond Thomason 1-21.

RECORD: Augusta Prep 4-3 NEXT: Augusta Prep at East Atlanta, Friday, 7:30 p.m.

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