Irish run record to 8-0

Aquinas 42, Warren County 14

AQUINAS 42, WARREN COUNTY 14

WARRENTON, Ga. — Ruben Garnett scored three touchdowns – all in the first quarter – as unbeaten Aquinas put away Warren County early.

The Irish (8-0) exploded for 28 first-quarter points against winless Warren County (0-8).

Garnett scored on touchdowns runs of 33 and 16 yards and also caught a 30-yard pass from Liam Welch in the opening period.

John Morris had the other Irish first-quarter score, on an 8-yard run.

 

 

 

Aquinas 28 14 0 0 – 42

Warren Co. 0 0 0 14 – 14

First Quarter

A–Ruben Garnett 33 run (Justin Thompson kick), 11:37

A–Garnett 16 run (Thompson kick), 6:52

A–John Morris 8 run (Thompson kick), 2:34

A–Garnett 30 pass from Liam Welch (Thompson kick), :00

Second Quarter

A–Nash Bennett 21 pass from Welch (Thompson kick), 9:27

A–Daniel Lindsey 1 run (Thompson kick), 4:04

Fourth Quarter

WC–Anquavius Hill 67 pass from Jermaine Berry (Timothy Seals run), 4:38

WC–Hill 12 pass from Seals (no try), :00

 

 AWC
First Downs146
Rushes-Yards26-14748-101
Passing Yards12479
Comp.-Att.-Int.7-12-12-5-1
Fumbles-Lost12
Punts-Yards03-26.3
Penalties-Yards3-256-42

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING–Aquinas: Ruben Garnett 6-77, John Morris 5-39, Daniel Lindsey 3-34. Warren County: Jermaine Berry 20-43, Anquavius Hill 4-25, Johnquez Neal 10-21.

PASSING–Aquinas: Liam Welch 5-8-1 104, Connor Sweeney 2-4-0 20. Warren County: Berry 1-4-1 67, Seals 1-1-0 12.

RECEIVING–Aquinas: Lindsay 2-50, Garnett 2-33, Bennett 2-32. Warren County: Hill 2-79.

Records: Warren County 0-8, Aquinas 8-0. Next: Warren County at First Presbyterian Day, 7:30 p.m., Friday. Georgia Military at Aquinas, 7:30 p.m., Friday.

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