October 30, 2014 Issue

Special Report

Molly Durden is crowned Thomas Jefferson Academy’s 2014 Homecoming Queen during halftime festivities last Friday. Trevor Rowland was crowned Homecoming King at the pep rally earlier that day. He is posed with his fellow senior Jaguar football players


Jags win 41-15

From Staff Reports

The Thomas Jefferson Academy Jaguars improved their record to eight wins and one loss on the year with a 41 to 15 victory over Nathanael Greene Academy this past Friday night at Jaguar Field.

The Jaguars opened the contest on offense and drove 75 yards, with the drive being capped off with a 48-yard touchdown pass to Zack Davis from Rhett Gardner. Josh Hopper added the PAT and the Jaguars never looked back scoring 34 first half points.

Leading the way for the Jags was Zack Davis with 156 yards rushing, which put him over the 1,100 yard mark on the season. Davis scored three touchdowns on the night. Trevor Rowland added two scores on 75 yards rushing, with Dakota Lamb and Josh Hopper adding 125 yards combined.

Freshman Zack Douglas would add one score, with Dawson Gardner and Warthen Evans gaining over 50 yards each.

Defensively the Jaguars were led by Zack Davis, Dakota Lamb and Zack Douglas, each with 8 tackles. William Hendricks intercepted an errant Patriot pass, as the Jaguars allowed just 59 yards rushing to the Patriots on the night.

The Jaguars with the victory improved their region record to 2 and 0, with a huge region game coming up this Saturday at Jaguar Field.

The Jaguars will take on region rival Fullington Academy in a game that could be the deciding factor in determining who will be the region champion.

Fullington will bring an undefeated region record into the contest against the Jags, in a game that should be one for the ages.

Game time is 7:30 on Saturday Night, Nov. 1st at Jaguar Field, all fans are urged to come out and support the Jags in their bid to win the region crown.


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