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Schley County Middle School football team overwhelms Stewart County

From Staff Reports

 

ELLAVILLE – On Wednesday, September 18, the Schley County Middle School football team continued to do what they’ve been doing all season long: dominating their opponents.

This time, it was Stewart County’s turn to be dominated. The Wildcats scored five touchdowns in the first quarter en route to a 64-0 drubbing of Stewart County Middle School at the Schley County High School football stadium.

SCMS quarterback Jay Kanazawa is back to throw. Kanazawa threw two touchdown passes in the Wildcats’ 64-0 rout of Stewart County.
Photo by Sheila DeVane

The Wildcats opened the scoring when running back Jalewis Solomon ran the ball 92 yards for a touchdown. Zayden Walker scored the two-point conversion attempt to give the Wildcats an 8-0 lead with 7:42 left in the first quarter.

Solomon then scored a defensive touchdown when he intercepted a pass and returned the ball nine yards into the end zone. The Wildcats’ quarterback Jay Kanazawa scored the two-point conversion to increase their lead to 16-0 with 7:33 left in the first quarter.

Schley County’s Jack Clark (21) makes a reception. Clark scored a two-point conversion in the Wildcats’ 64-0 win.
Photo by Sheila DeVane

Walker then caught a 43-yard touchdown pass from Kanazawa. Solomon scored the two-point conversion to increase the Wildcats’ lead to 24-0 with 6:49 to go in the first quarter.

With 5:58 to go in the quarter, Kanazawa threw a 52-yard touchdown pass to Sam Forehand. Jack Clark ran the ball in for the two-point conversion to give the Wildcats a 32-0 lead. With 2:41 to go in the first quarter, Walker scored another touchdown to increase the Wildcats’ lead. Clark scored another two-point conversion and the Wildcats enjoyed a 40-0 lead by the end of the first quarter.

The Wildcats continued their onslaught in the second quarter. With 6:36 to go in the first half, Ethan Sellers scored a touchdown on a two-yard run. The two-point conversion attempt failed, but the Wildcats had increased their lead to 46-0.

Then 30 seconds before halftime, Kabreon Aldridge scored a 34-yard rushing touchdown to give the Wildcats a 52-0 lead at the half.

However, the Wildcats were still not done. With 3:09 left in the third quarter, Jeremyah Rogers ran the ball 42 yards for another touchdown. The two-point conversion failed, but the Wildcats had added six more points to increase their lead to 58-0. The Wildcats put the icing on the cake with 10 seconds left in the game as Aldridge scored another rushing touchdown from 38 yards out. The two-point conversion attempt failed, but the Wildcats had completed their 64-0 rout.

The Wildcats will try to stay undefeated when they travel up the road to Butler, GA to take on Taylor County Middle School on Wednesday, September 25. Kickoff is scheduled for 5 p.m.