Jerrion Williams, a recent addition for the Lake County Middle School, scored quickly from 73 yards out against the Fulton City Bulldogs on Thursday night. Camden Chamberlain added the two-point conversion.
A Fulton City squad came into Lake County with a group of twelve young men. They played as hard as they could, but just did not have the manpower to overcome the LCMS Falcons.
The Bulldogs’ first possession would result in a fumble. Jeremy Ceasar would run 37 yards for the touchdown. Chamberlain added the two-point conversion and put Lake County up 16 – 0 in the first quarter.
After a timeout at 7:12 in the first quarter, the Falcons would turn the ball over on a misplay by the offense.
Chance Estes scored with 7:50 in the second quarter and snuck in on a two-point conversion.
Chamberlain scored again on a 15-yard touchdown run. Estes again ran in for the two-point conversion.
Leading 32 – 0 in the second quarter, wholesale changes were made on the offense and defense for the Junior Falcons.
A highlight during the game was a tackle by Aikee Ward on the next Kick-off.
With 18.5 seconds remaining in the first half, Elijah Avery sprinted for 33 yards for a Falcon touchdown. Estes poked his way through the defense for the two-point conversion. The Jr. Falcons went into the half with an almost insurmountable lead.
The second half went by quickly with a running clock.
Chance Estes scored the only touchdown in the second half. The extra point attempt was not good.
Jeremiah Terry did have a fumble recovery on defense.
The Junior Falcons won the game 46 – 0.
The LCMS Falcons played Fulton County on Monday this week and also play at Halls this Thursday night.