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Spring Garden comparison fullback Quintin Downey breaks a span of Coosa Christian tacklers on a run Friday night. Photo pleasantness of Chris Tierce.
Spring Garden comparison quarterback Ben Ivey tucks and runs for yardage opposite Coosa Christian on Friday. Photo pleasantness of Chris Tierce.
Posted: Saturday, Oct 1, 2016 3:31 am
SPRING GARDEN – After spotting Coosa Christian an early lead, a third-ranked Spring Garden Panthers got things going and cruised to a 56-19 feat in Class 1A, Region 6 football movement Friday night.
Senior tailback Dakota Lambert led a approach for a Panthers (6-0, 4-0) by accumulating 169 yards on 10 carries with 3 touchdowns. Senior fullback Quintin Downey delivered 143 yards on 14 totes and 3 scores. Senior quarterback Ben Ivey finished with 122 yards on 9 carries with dual touchdowns. He also finished 3-of-5 pass attempts for 34 yards.
The Conquerors (2-5, 2-1) non-stop a diversion with a 3-yard touchdown run from Dartavious Britton, putting them adult 7-0, though afterwards Spring Garden scored 35 unanswered points to tighten out a initial half.
Coosa again got on a house when Jace Mills found Caden Davidson for a 68-yard touchdown pass to open a third entertain and cut a lead to 35-13, though that would be as tighten as a Conquerors would come.
The Panthers scored a subsequent 3 touchdowns to take a 56-13 advantage. Mills connected with Evan Delp for a 22-yard measure in a fourth entertain for a final.
Mills finished a night with 184 yards passing, dual touchdowns and an interception. Davidson was a heading receiver with 4 catches for 131 yards and a touchdown.
Britton led a belligerent diversion with 16 carries for 61 yards and a touchdown.
Downey led a Panthers defensively with 6 tackles. PJay Smith combined 5 tackles and Dimitric Zimmerman finished with 4 tackles.
Spring Garden travels to Jacksonville Christian on Friday. Coosa Christian also hits a highway to Cedar Bluff.
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