Prep football rewind: Jefferson County rolls over Butler

Jefferson County’s offensive machine rolled to another high point total and an eighth consecutive win.

 

The eighth-ranked Warriors continued their onslaught on the region with a 62-30 victory over Butler on Friday night. They improved to 8-0, including 5-0 in Region 4-AA.

The 62 points marked Jefferson County’s third game this year scoring more than 60 points. The Warriors also scored 62 against Westside and 65 against Laney. They’re averaging 50 points per game.

Jaden Jenkins starred against Butler by racking up 197 passing yards and 130 rushing yards with five total touchdowns. C.J. Hales added 97 rushing yards, while Ty King totaled four receiving scores.

JEFFERSON COUNTY 62, BUTLER 30

JC14131520–62

B66126–30

First Quarter

B-27 pass (2-pt failed), 4:13

JC-Ty King 64 pass from Jaden Jenkins (Evans Hodges kick), 3:24

JC-C.J. Hales 5 run (Hodges kick), 0:50

Second Quarter

BU-18 interception return (2-pt failed)

JC-King 14 pass from Hales (Hodges kick), 6:05

JC-King 29 pass from Jenkins (kick failed), 0:20

Third Quarter

BU-1 run (2-pt failed), 11:35

BU-3 pass (2-pt failed), 6:35

JC-Jenkins 33 run (Jenkins 2-pt good), 4:49

JC-King 34 pass from Jenkins (Hodges kick), 2:10

Fourth Quarter

BU-pass (2-pt failed), 11:05

JC-Nikel Stone 3 run (2-pt failed), 8:41

JC-Jenkins 18 run (Hodges kick), 5:09

JC-Markel Bonner 14 run (Fermin Garcia-Torres kick), 0:25

JCB

First Downs2410

Rushes-Yards28-30437-103

Passing Yards24282

Comp.-Att.-Int.13-19-34-14-1

Fumbles-Lost2-23-2

Punts-Avg.0-05-30

Penalties-Yards16-16511-65

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING–Jefferson County: C.J. Hales 9-91 Nikel Stone 6-53 Jaden Jenkins 10-130 Markel Bonner 3-30.

PASSING–Jefferson County: Hales 3-7-45, Jenkins 10-12-197.

WASHINGTON-WILKES 43,

HANCOCK CENTRAL 32

Washington-Wilkes jumped to a 15-point halftime lead and withstood a late charge to handle Hancock Central.

Donovan Anthony threw for three touchdowns and added another on the ground, totaling 253 passing yards, as the Tigers improved to 4-3, including 3-0 in Region 7-A. After starting 1-3, Washington-Wilkes has won three in a row to open region play, and a crucial game looms Friday against Aquinas.

WW815713-43

HC80024-32

First Quarter

WW-Brock Jackson 5 pass from Donovan Anthony (Anthony 2-pt good), 9:00

HC-Hatcher 5 run (Hatcher 2-pt good), 1:49

Second Quarter

WW-Deondre Lester 18 pass from Anthony (Anthony 2-pt good), 12:00

WW-Anthony 3 run (Anthony kick), 6:30

Third Quarter

WW-Raekwon Binns 17 pass from Corey Danner (Anthony kick), 7:59

Fourth Quarter

HC-Winkfield 8 run (Jones 2-pt good), 12:00

HC-Hatcher 9 run (Jones 2-pt good), 11:12

WW-Danner 2 run (2-pt failed), 10:44

WW-Jackson 22 pass from Anthony (Anthony kick), 4:43

HC-Hatcher 5 run (Hatcher 2-pt good), 0:56

WWHC

First Downs2116

Rushes-Yards39-11733-172

Passing Yards27069

Comp.-Att.-Int.14-25-16-8-1

Fumbles-Lost1-13-1

Punts-Avg.0-02-17

Penalties-Yards1-51-5

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING–Washington-Wilkes: Dmytri Wiggs 14-84 Malik Hall 10-36 Corey Danner 5-7-1. Hancock Central: Hatcher 13-85-3 Jones 7-47 Lawrence 5-19 Winkfield 3-10-1 Fountain 2-7 Hunt 1-4.

PASSING–Washington-Wilkes: Donovan Anthony 13-24-253-3-1 Corey Danner 1-1-17-1. Hancock Central: Jones 6-8-69-0-1.

RECIEVING–Washington-Wilkes: Corey Danner 3-82, Brock Jackson 4-71-2, Raekwon Binns 3-70-1, Deondre Lester 3-43-1, Dmytri Wiggs 1-4. Hancock Central: Hunt 2-47, Ivey 1-10, Hatcher 2-7, Lawrence 1-5.

LAKESIDE 16, ALCOVY 14

Lakeside edged Alcovy to move to 2-0 in Region 3-AAAAAA ahead of two key region matchups.

After starting the season 0-5 for the second consecutive year, the Panthers have picked up two region wins in a row to share the top spot with Evans, which beat Grovetown 42-32 on Friday night. The two are 2-0 with three region games left.

Lakeside will travel to Heritage on Friday before a potential crucial showdown with Evans on Oct. 27. The Knights play host to Greenbrier on Friday.

HERITAGE 36,

GREENBRIER 28

Despite the efforts of Green­brier’s offense, the Wolfpack failed to keep up with Heritage and dropped their second consecutive game.

Hayden Harrison produced one of his best games by passing for 280 yards and three touchdowns. He connected with Jack O’Leary seven times for 100 yards and a score. J.Q. Brown totaled 149 rushing yards for one of Greenbrier’s best offensive showings.

After starting the season 5-0, the Wolfpack have dropped their first two region contests and travel to one of the region’s frontrunners, Evans, on Friday.

Greenbrier315010-28

Heritage150147-36

First Quarter

G-John Waters 30 field goal

H-52 pass (kick good)

H-4 run (2-pt good)

Second Quarter

G-Jaden Smith 28 pass from Hayden Harrison (Ben Thorpe kick)

G-Joseph Barksdale 3 pass from Harrison (2-pt good)

Third Quarter

H-32 pass (kick good)

H-28 pass (kick good)

Fourth Quarter

G-Thorpe 31 field goal

H-4 run (kick good)

G-Jack O’Leary 34 pass from Harrison (Thorpe kick)

GH

First Downs1924

Rushes-Yards29-17339-212

Passing Yards280298

Comp.-Att.-Int.19-31-115-26-2

Fumbles-Lost2-21-1

Penalties-Yards3-3712-96

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING-Greenbrier: J.Q. Brown 15-149, Hayden Harrison 9-13, Anthony Urbizo 6-11.

PASSING-Greenbrier: Harrison 19-31-1 280.

RECEIVING-Greenbrier: Jack O’Leary 7-100, Brown 2-74, Jaden Smith 5-60, Ayden Panzella 3-36, Levi Lloyd 1-7, Joseph Barksdale 1-3.

BURKE COUNTY 60,

RICHMOND ACADEMY 20

BC14131320-60

R13070-20

First Quarter

R-D.T. Stephens 20 pass from Mason Cobb (Judson Pickett kick), 8:54

BC-Leon McGee 2 run (Jeremy Tinley kick), 6:06

R-Torri Taylor 87 kickoff return (kick failed), 5:47

BC-Damari Kelly 1 run (Tinley kick), 0:52

Second Quarter

BC-Bill Knight 8 run (Tinley kick), 9:24

BC-Jayln Odom 1 run (kick failed), 6:59

Third Quarter

R-Stephens fumble recovery (Pickett kick), 9:10

BC-McGee 21 run (Tinley kick), 4:46

BC-Marcelo Snelling 85 run (kick failed), 1:05

Fourth Quarter

BC-Dallas Rogers 17 pass from Knight (2-pt failed), 10:53

BC-Kelly interception return (Tinley kick), 8:25

BC-Artez Grubbs 7 run (Jacob Hickman kick), 1:01

BCR

First Downs318

Rushes-Yards59-50125-21

Passing Yards10833

Comp.-Att.-Int.9-15-08-21-1

Fumbles-Lost2-20-0

Punts-Avg.2-3310-28

Penalties-Yards16-1404-20

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING–Burke County: Bill Knight 11-91-1 Marcelo Snelling 1-85-1 Cameron Holmes 9-67 Leon McGee 7-64-2 Juan’ya Dove 10-55 Jayln Odom 9-53-1 Damari Kelly 5-44-1 Renzia Cobb 5-34 Artez Grubbs 1-7-1 Chad Crumbley 1-1. Richmond Academy: Malik Knowles 9-28 Mason Cobb 8-6 Clydell White 1-0.

PASSING–Burke County: Knight 7-12-80-1 Dove 2-3-28. Richmond Academy: Cobb 8-21-33-1.

RECEIVING–Burke County: Dallas Rogers 5-74-1, McGee 2-18, Snelling 1-9, Odom 1-7. Richmond Academy: Cordavin Wayonmon 2-26, D.T. Stephens 4-11.

 

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