HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Spring Garden ends movement with 55-34 feat over …

October 12, 2014 - garden totes

Dakota Lambert

Dakota Lambert

Spring Garden sophomore using behind Dakota Lambert breaks into a open margin Friday opposite Jacksonville Christian. Photo pleasantness of Chris Tierce.

Quintin Downey

Quintin Downey

Spring Garden sophomore fullback Quintin Downey takes a handoff from Panther quarterback Ben Ivey Friday night opposite Jacksonville Christian. Photo pleasantness of Chris Tierce.



Posted: Saturday, Oct 11, 2014 3:53 am

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Spring Garden ends movement with 55-34 feat over Jacksonville Christian

Staff Reports

northwestgeorgianews.com

SPRING GARDEN – The Spring Garden Panthers put their three-game losing movement behind in convincing conform Friday night, scoring a season-high 55 points in a 55-34 feat over Jacksonville Christian.

Sophomore using behind Dakota Lambert led a Panthers (4-3, 3-1 Class 1A, Region 7) with 154 yards on 13 carries and dual touchdowns. Sophomore fullback Quintin Downey combined 113 yards on 14 totes and a touchdown. Senior tailback Andrew McLarty finished with 77 yards and dual scores on 13 carries.

McLarty got a Panthers on a house with 8:37 left in a initial quarter, scoring on a 5-yard touchdown run. Sophomore Kaitlyn Rogers missed a additional point, gripping Spring Garden’s lead during 6-0.

Downey delivered a subsequent Panther measure on a 2-yard touchdown run. The 2-point acclimatisation failed, gripping a measure during 12-0 with 2:13 remaining in a opening quarter.

Sophomore Chase Jennings recovered a Jacksonville Christian fail on a indirect kickoff, and a Panthers cashed a turnover in on McLarty’s 18-yard touchdown run with 3 seconds to go in a initial quarter. The 2-point acclimatisation was successful, giving Spring Garden a 20-0 advantage.

The Thunder (3-4, 2-3) non-stop a second-quarter scoring on comparison quarterback Daylon Brackett’s 11-yard touchdown toss to sophomore using behind Kaleb Murphy. Brackett’s additional indicate done it 20-7 Panthers with 8:55 remaining in a initial half.

Senior fullback Matt Mullinax accounted for Spring Garden’s subsequent measure – a 4-yard touchdown run during a 6:25 symbol of a second quarter. Rogers missed a additional indicate to keep Spring Garden’s lead during 26-7.

Just 11 seconds later, Brackett connected with comparison receiver Kristopher Armprester on a 50-yard touchdown pass. Brackett combined a additional indicate to trim a Panther lead to 26-14.

Spring Garden sophomore quarterback Ben Ivey countered with a 10-yard touchdown toss to McLarty. The 2-point try was good, augmenting a Panther lead to 34-14 during halftime.

Lambert accounted for a usually touchdown in a third entertain on an 8-yard run during a 3:27 mark. Rogers booted a additional indicate for a 41-7 Panther lead.

The teams traded touchdowns in a fourth. Brackett non-stop a final entertain with a 62-yard scoring strike to Armprester. The additional indicate was no good, gripping a measure during 41-13.

Lambert scored his second touchdown during a 9:09 symbol on a 9-yard run. The 2-point try done it 49-13.

Brackett connected with Walker Messer on a 7-yard touchdown pass. Brackett booted a additional indicate to make a measure 49-20.

Senior using behind Kyle Reece accounted for Spring Garden’s final touchdown – a 34-yard run with 5:53 left in a game. Brackett scored on a 4-yard run for a final.

Spring Garden travels to Woodville on Friday. Jacksonville Christian hosts Valley Head.

More about Dakota Lambert

  • ARTICLE: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Spring Garden loses on homecoming
  • ARTICLE: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Gaston rolls past Spring Garden, 40-13
  • ARTICLE: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Third-quarter swell rises Spring Garden past Gaylesville, 33-13
  • ARTICLE: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Spring Garden rallies, binds on to better Cedar Bluff 21-20

More about Daylon Brackett

  • ARTICLE: SHANNON FAGAN: Will area’s unbeatens stay that way?
  • ARTICLE: SHANNON FAGAN: Class 1A, Region 7 football group selected
  • ARTICLE: FOOTBALL: Spring Garden, Gaylesville constraint Region 7 wins
  • ARTICLE: FOOTBALL: Collinsville has small difficulty with Jacksonville Christian

More about Andrew Mclarty

  • ARTICLE: High School Football Stats Through 6 Weeks
  • ARTICLE: High School Football Stats Through Week 5
  • ARTICLE: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Spring Garden loses on homecoming
  • ARTICLE: Week 4 Area Football Stats

on

Saturday, Oct 11, 2014 3:53 am.


| Tags:


Dakota Lambert,



Daylon Brackett,



Andrew Mclarty,



Kaitlyn Rogers,



Quintin Downey,



Chase Jennings,



Kaleb Murphy,



Kristopher Armprester,



Matt Mullinax,



Ben Ivey,



Kyle Reece,



Woodville,



Valley Head

› tags: garden totes /