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PAGE 8 THE FLORALA NEWS- WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2018 BAILEY NOLAN (#40) brings down a McKenzie LOGAN WEST (#2) and Caleb Wood (#22) team LOGAN WEST (#2) finds the endzone on this 46 runner, up to put pressure on the Tiger quarterback, yard pass play. by Lisa Windham The Florala Wildcats put another check mark in the win column last Friday when they trav- eled to McKenzie and handed the Tigers a 63-29 loss during their homecoming. McKenzie won the toss and put the first points on the board on a 16 yard touchdown. Their 2 point conver- sion was good and the Tigers led 8-0. Florala's Vinson Flowers returned the kick off to the 38 yard line where the Wildcats went to work. A long run by Logan West set the Cats up at the 9. Flowers then took the handoff from quarter- back Jacob Hammac in for the score. Rashaad Coleman caught the 2 point conversion pass to tie the game at 8. The Tigers drove down the field as the first quarter ended. Early in the second, Tiger quarterback Lee took the ball in from the 1 yard line for a touch- down. The 2 point con- version was good, 16-8. On the Wildcats' pos- session, wide receiver Caleb Wood caught a Hammac pass at the Ti- ger 19 yard line. A pass from Hammac to Shaun White was tipped by a Tiger defender but White managed to catch the ball and scampered into the endzone for the touchdown. Hammac found Coleman once again for the 2 point conversion to tie the game at 16. The Wildcat defend- ers held the Tigers on their possession to force a punt on 4th and 15 with 5 minutes left un- til halftime. On a drive begin- ning at the 45 yard line, Hammac found White for a 37 yard touchdown pass. The PAT was good and the Wildcats took the lead 23-16. The Tigers were forced to punt on their possession. Wildcat Logan West returned the kickoff for a touch- down which was called back due to a block in the back penalty. Wood caught a pass at the Ti- gers' 3 yard line and a play later Hammac kept the ball himself for the score. The PAT was no good. At the half, Flo- rala was well in com- mand, 29-16. The Wildcats began the first drive of the second half at their own 46. Hammac connected with West for a 46 yard touchdown pass at the 11:35 mark. The 2 point conversion failed but the Cats extended their lead to 35-16. On the Tigers' pos- session, the Wildcat de- fense held and forced a punt on 4th down and 20. The Cats wasted little time adding more m points to the board. Hammac found Cole- man from 31 yards out. The PAT was good, 42- 16. Another Wildcat touchdown would be added before time ex- pired in the third. Hammac called his own number from the 14 yard line, PAT was good. Wildcats extended the lead, 49-23. On the first play of the final period, Flowers took the handoff from Hammac for an 80 yard Wildcat touchdown. The PAT by Hammac was good, 56-23. The final Tiger touch- down came at the 8:09 mark. The PAT was no good. Florala added I one more touchdown on a Hammac-Coleman pass from the 11 yard line with 6:24 to go in the game. The PAT was good. Final score Florala 63, McKenzie 29. NOTE: Hammac rushed for 2 touchdowns and passed for 5 to three receivers Shaun White (2), Logan West (1), and Rashaad Coleman (2). Running back Vinson Flowers also recorded 2 rushing touchdowns. Florala will host the Pleasant Home Eagles Friday night at Mathews Stadium. Senior athletes will be recognized during the game. Kick-off is set for 7 p.m. RUNNING BACK (#21) VINSON FLOWERS had two rushing touchdowns (#10) JACOB HAMMAC found (#1) Rashaad Coleman for 2 touchdown for the night, passes against the McKenzie Tigers. Covington County Schools Breakfast/Lunch Thursday, October 18 - Banana Muffin, Cereal, Sliced Pears, Fruit Juice, Milk Chic' Penne or Tur- key Sandwich, Whole Wheat Breadstick, Corn, Turnips, Sliced Pears, Milk Friday, October 19 - Southern Style Bis- cuit, Grits, Orange Halves, Fruit Juice, Milk BBQ Chicken Sandwich, Baked Beans, Green Beans, Orange Halves, Milk Monday, October 22 - Breakfast Pizza, Cereal, Mixed Fruit, Juice, Milk Mozzarella Cheese Sticks or Turkey Sandwich, Italian Green Beans, Corn, Mixed Fruit, Mari- nara Sauce, Milk Tuesday, October 23 - Maple Mini Pan- cakes, Yogurt, Orange Halves, Fruit Juice, Milk Chicken Spaghetti or Ham Sandwich Sliced Carrots, Broc- coli, Orange Halves, Milk Wednesday, Octo- ber 24 - Scrambled Eggs, Toast, Grits, Apple Quarters, Fruit Juice, Milk Chili Dog or Tur- key Sandwich, Lima Beans, Tossed Salad, Apple Quarters, Milk FLORALA HIGH SCHOOL 2018 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDOLE DATE OPPONENT PLACE TIME Friday, Oct. 19 Pleasant HomeHome (Sr. Night) 7:00 Friday, Oct. 26Kinston Away 7:00 Friday, Nov. 2 Open JONI0R VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDOLE DATE. OPPONENT PLACE TIME Monday, Oct. 22McKenzie Away 6:00 (#5) COLE JENNINGS stops a Tiger runner in the backfield for a loss. (At right) OFFENSIVE LINEMAN (#65) Dylan Hob- by and (#21) Vinson Flowers hold off defenders for (#10) Jacob Hammac. (Below) (#1) Rashaad Cole- man, (#22) Caleb Wood, (#52) Patrick Simpson, and (#12) Zacchaeaus Reese attempt to block a punt. WILDCAT CALEB WOOD (#22) caught several key passes for good gains against the Tigers. Panama City Oceanfront Condos Call 800.801.8003 to Schedule a Viewing or to Buy Now Before AucUon! 9900 S Thom~ Dr. Fully appointed. units for sa!e in the Shores of Panama, a mix Of One, two and threebedroom units. I I~ FL DANIEL S. NELSON RE LIC BK3223097; WILLIAMS & WlLUAMS RE LIC 1032049; THOMAS BARNES AUC LIC AU3383. 10% BUYER'S PREMIUM.