War Eagles clobber Ole Brook PanthersPublished 12:00pm Sunday, October 6, 2013
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WAYNESBORO – The Wayne County War Eagles flexed the muscles and clobbered the Brookhaven Panthers 44-6 Friday night in Region 3-5A action.
“We got beat by a really good team,” said BHS coach Tommy Clopton. “We missed too many opportunities to score in the red zone. We also gave up too many big plays.”
The Ole Brook Panthers (4-2, 0-2) came out strong in the first quarter and set the tone early, when junior running back Ken Boyd broke loose to score on 22-yard touchdown run. Chris Calcote missed the extra point kick.
The War Eagles answered the Panthers’ challenge with a huge 21-point explosion in the first quarter.
Cadarius Pannell sparked Wayne County’s charge with a 35-yard interception return for a touchdown. Brandon McCary finished five-of-six on the extra point attempts for the War Eagles.
Dallas Sims cashed in Wayne County’s second touchdown on a 10-yard run. Dejarvis Chambers concluded the War Eagles first quarter blast with 39-yard touchdown pass from David Hodo.
In the second quarter, the War Eagles continued to fuel the flames as they increased their lead 30-6 before halftime.
Chambers scored his second touchdown on the night, when he caught 12-yard strike from Hodo. McCary managed to get in the scoring spree as he nailed a 19-yard field goal.
In the second half, Wayne County continued to overpower Brookhaven and increased their lead by 14-points. Sims scored two of his three touchdowns to highlight his performances. One touchdown came off of a 26-yard sprint and the other finished the War Eagles’ scoring drives with a four-yard run.
Offensively, Boyd paced the Panthers attack on the ground with 18 rushes for 169 yards.
Fred Trevillion led the aerial attack, completing 13 of 34 passes for 142 yards and three interceptions. Javonte Trevillion was the primary receiver in the attack with seven catches for 70 yards,
Junior quarterback David Hodo was the offensive leader for the War Eagles, completing 13 of 19 passes for 176 yards and two touchdowns.
Dallas Sims was king on the ground for Wayne County with 169 yards on 19 rushes,
Defensively, Ty Hill directed the Panthers with 17 tackles. Kardale Clark contributed eight stops. Leo Lewis and Tyrus Daniels provided six tackles apiece. Marquez Gibson and Alxavier Williams had five stops each. Williams recovered a fumble and Billy Thomas had a interception.
Ole Brook returns home to host the West Jones Mustangs (4-1, 2-0) for homecoming Friday. Wayne County invades Jackson to battle the Wingfield Falcons. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.