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Lakeside falls to Jones County

Jones County 49, Lakeside 35

Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 10:51 PM
Last updated Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012 2:11 AM
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In a game with region playoff implications, the ground attack of Jones County outmatched the air assault from Lakeside.

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Jim Blaylock/staff Lakeside's BJ Raymond os brought down by Jones County's Jake Thompson and A.J. Williams.
Jim Blaylock/staff Lakeside's BJ Raymond os brought down by Jones County's Jake Thompson and A.J. Williams.

The Greyhounds rushed for 522 yards without throwing a single pass, spoiling Lakeside’s homecoming with the 49-35 win Friday night.

The teams fell into a tie for third place in Region 2-AAAAA, as the Panthers (4-4, 3-2) saw their three-game win streak stop.

“We got beat by a good football team,” said Panthers head coach Jarrett Troxler, who compared the Greyhounds offensive line to Thomson.

“They’ve got good players. They’re big up front.”

The teams traded touchdowns in the first quarter and went into the second quarter tied at 14. That’s when the Panthers fell apart a bit and were chasing the Greyhounds the rest of the way.

Down 21-14, an interception led to a 22-yard touchdown run by Jones County’s Walker Juhan. A fumble on the next series gave the ball back to the Greyhounds.

After a punt, the Panthers drove 70 yards to the Jones County 5, but ultimately turned the ball over on downs with 1:30 in the half.

“Not getting a touchdown down there before the half hurt us,” said Troxler.

The Greyhounds (5-3, 3-2) rushed for 303 yards in the first half and finished with 522 yards on 54 carries.

Undre Williams had 28 carries for 243 yards and three scores, Juhan ran it 17 times for 159 yards and Jo Jo Gibbons rushed four times for 111 yards and a touchdown.

Hunter Banks came on in relief of quarterback Tanner Brassell in the second quarter and with the Panthers behind.

He completed 19 of 27 passes for 243 yards with an interception in his first extended action since hurting his knee against Thomson in the team’s second game. Banks found a good connection with receiver McTier Mosley, who caught 12 balls for 135 yards.

The Panthers held the Greyhounds scoreless in the third quarter, but after closing to within seven points at 35-28, the Greyhounds scored twice more, punching in a short touchdown for their final score after recovering a fumble.


PLAY OF THE GAME: Late in the first quarter, Lakeside quarterback Tanner Brassell found Josh Jones who outdueled a Greyhound defender at the Jones County 40, broke a tackle and raced for the 70-yard score, tying the game at 14.

STAR OF THE GAME: Jones County running back Undre Williams rushed 28 times for 243 yards and three touchdowns.

WHY JONES COUNTY WON: The Greyhounds ran 54 times for 522 yards and seven touchdowns.

WHY LAKESIDE LOST: The Panthers turned the ball over four times with two interceptions and two fumbles.

NEXT: Lakeside vs. Evans, 7:30 p.m., Friday.


Jones County 14 14 0 21 – 49

Lakeside 14 0 7 14 – 35

First Quarter

JC–Undre Williams 4 run (kick good), 9:46

L–JaVeon Brigham 4 run (Colby Ellis kick), 4:18

JC–Jo Jo Gibbons 76 run (kick good), 1:10

L–Josh Jones 70 pass from Tanner Brassell (Ellis kick), :34

Second Quarter

JC–Williams 38 run (kick good), 9:42

JC–Walker Juhan 22 run (kick good), 9:20

Third Quarter

L–Brigham 2 run (Ellis kick), 3:03

Fourth Quarter

JC–Juhan 40 run (kick good), 8:44

L–Brigham 2 run (Ellis kick), 6:40

JC–Juhan 18 run (kick good), 3:51

J-Williams 8 run (kick good), 2:49

L–Jalen Harrison 6 run (Ellis kick), :43

First Downs1923
Passing Yards0335


RUSHING–Jones County: Undre Williams 28-243, Walker Juhan 17-159, Jo Jo Gibbons 4-111, Landon Vaughn 1-1, Alex Knight 4-8. Lakeside: Jonathan Edwards 2-10, JaVeon Brigham 7-9, Tanner Brassell 5- -20, Jalen Harrison 8-47, Josh Jones 8-49.

PASSING–Lakeside: Tanner Brassell 7-10-1 92, Hunter Banks 19-27-1 243.

RECEIVING–Lakeside: Jonathan Edwards 7-72, McTier Mosley 12-135, Jones 2-77, BJ Raymond 2-26, Harrison 1-10, Forrest Nanney 2-15.

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younameit 10/27/12 - 12:35 pm
Young Giants

Viewing the photos of the homecoming court, it is clear that students of Lakeside High School have attained a level of wisdom, character, and virtue far beyond that of their peers. Though students of other schools will soon forget their homecoming event, these students will always remember it. And it will be a constant reminder that, although the score at the end of the game may be misleading, they had already "won it all" - at halftime.

gagirl40 10/27/12 - 02:10 pm

The story here is not the game but the homecoming queen. I can't believe this story has not been on every news channel in Augusta as well as the country! I agree with Younameit, I am proud to know that kids like these exist and am very proud one of them is my nephew! Way to go Lakeside Student Body on showing the rest of the world what true character really looks like! And way to go Jessica, you are beautiful!

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