Special from ECB Publishing, Inc.
The Jefferson County Warriors semi-pro football team squashed the Emerald Coast Scorpions, 26-0, June 25 to now stand on an undefeated 4-0 season.
As the Warrior defense held strong holding the Scorpions well away from the goal line, as the offense continued chalking up points for the team.
Jefferson didn’t score in the first quarter; they raked in 13 points in the second quarter; brought in another seven points in the third quarter; and finished up with an additional six points in the fourth quarter for additional frosting on the gridiron cake.
Deion Graham served as the team quarterback for the entire game. He had 10 pass completions out of 17 attempts for 139 yards and two touchdowns.
The Warrior running backs had a total of 29 carries for 132 yards, two fumbles and four touchdowns.
Nicholas Freeman had three carries for 10 yards.
Deion Graham had five carries for 24 yards and one touchdown.
Tony Sims had five carries for 10 yards and one touchdown.
Montray Crumity had eight carries for 73 yards, one fumble and one touchdown.
Jarvis Davis had three attempted carries with no yardage gained.
Damisi Scott had three carries for 12 yards ands one fumble.
Montreal Biggins had one carry for three yards and one touchdown.
Dixon Daveon had one attempted carry for no additional yardage.
For the wide receivers of Jefferson, they collected nine pass receptions for 139 yards.
Bruce Thomas had three pass receptions for 36 yards.
Ranardrick Phillips had one pass reception 40 yards.
Henry Washington had one reception for eight yards.
Jitavian Bennett had four pass receptions for 55 yards.
Brandon Robinson had three punts and averaged 46 yards per punt.
For Warrior punt returns, Jeffery Williams chalked up three returns for 26 yards.
The lone kickoff return for the Warriors came from Phillips, who had one punt return for 25 yards.
On the defensive side of the field, Tommy Jackson had one tackle and two assists.
Jeffery Williams had one tackle.
Phillips had one tackle and two assists.
Terrell Harrell had two tackles and one assist.
Kendrick Thomas had three tackles, two assists and two quarterback sacks.
Justin Lovett had one tackle and two assists.
Laddie Fead had four tackles and two assists.
Bay Lee had two tackles, one assist and one pass interception.
Jason Harville had four tackles and two assists.
Markel Andrew had one tackle, two assists and one blocked punt.
Bryant Gant had two tackles, three assists, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one quarterback sack.
Jermaine Collins had five tackles, three assists and one fumble recovery for a 45-yard return.
Clyde Beatty had two tackles and one assist.
Montray Crumity was named as the offensive player of the week and Jermaine Collins was named the defensive player of the week.
The Warriors were off July 2; they face off against the South Georgia Noles, 7 p.m., July 9, there; they are off July 16; action continues against the Florida Rhinos, 7 p.m., July 23, away; Emerald Coast Scorpions, 7 p.m., July 30, away; they are off August 6; action continues against Florida Falcons, 7 p.m., August 13, away; and in the final game of the regular season the Warriors face off against the South Georgia Noles, 7:30 p.m., here.
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