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October 5, 2012

Thursday's football roundup

VALDOSTA —  

Lowndes JV pounds Tift, 49-6

VALDOSTA — The Lowndes junior varsity football team defeated Tift County 49-6 Thursday night at Martin Stadium.

Jerome Daniels scored touchdowns of 4, 10 and 27 yards to lead the Viking offense.

Dashon Folsom added a 5-yard touchdown run, Arvin Berry scored a 6-yard touchdown and Chris Trower scored a 21-yard touchdown run.

Tyler Thompson scored on a 6-yard touchdown reception on a Seth Carlo pass.

Sean Smith added four extra points and Nick Hart added three for the Vikings.

Tre Durden and Luther Washington each recorded interceptions on the night.

The Lowndes JV is now 5-0 and concludes its season in two weeks against rival Valdosta.

Valdosta Middle routs Coffee, 41-14

VALDOSTA — Valdosta Middle School’s eighth grade football team hammered one of Coffee’s middle school teams 41-14 on Thursday at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium.

Valdosta’s Quanteiz Robinson scored touchdowns on runs of 75 yards, 70 yards and 8 yards. Cameron Christopher caught a 63-yard touchdown pass from Luke Ard and a 3-yard touchdown pass from Dayton Hall. Khalil McLain scored on a 25-yard run. Marciano Arceo kicked five extra points.

Valdosta Middle (3-0) will travel to Cook Middle next Thursday.

Valdosta Middle’s seventh grade team tied Coffee 42-42.

Hahira beats Coffee

HAHIRA — Hahira Middle’s eighth grade football team beat one of Coffee’s middle school teams 16-8 on Thursday.

Kamarie Hayes scored on a 45-yard run, and also ran for two two-point conversions. Jeffrey Davis had the Vikings’ other touchdown, on a 2-yard run.

Hunner Finley made eight tackles and Nick Lewis had seven tackles for Hahira.

Hahira’s seventh grade team edged Coffee 8-6. J.T. Milam scored on a 9-yard run, and J.D. Lee added the two-point conversion. A.J. Stewart made 12 tackles on defense.

Hahira’s teams face Colquitt County next week.

Lowndes Middle defeats Pine Grove, 28-18

VALDOSTA — Lowndes Middle School’s eighth grade football team beat Pine Grove 28-18 on Thursday.

Tyson Harris scored on runs of 73 and 51 yards for the Vikings (4-0), and also had a two-point conversion run. Malik Wright also scored two touchdowns, on runs of five and three yards. Adrian Rawls had a two-point conversion.

Lowndes hosts Coffee’s maroon team next Thursday.

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