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No. 20 Jets improve to 4-0 with 3rd consecutive shutout
Jets captialize on mistkae in 59-0 route of

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Posted Sun, 10 Jul 2011 00:28:15 CT

HAMPTON, GA - The Georgia Jets came out running scoring on three of their first four possessions on their way to a 59-0 win over the Georgia Crush. Detronn Harris hit all four starting wide receivers for touchdowns while Kevin Fancher and "Smiley" Jones each added two touchdowns apiece on the ground.

Greg Edwards playing with one arm led the Jets on defense all night. Bernard Davis also caused havoc for a Crush offense that committed 3 turnovers, all leading to Jets touchdowns.

The win improves the Jets to 4-0 for the first time since their first season in 2009. The have a date with the No. 8 Henry County Horsemen next week at the Horsemen home stadium of Strong Rock Christian in Locust Grove.

Three top 20 teams fell this weeks including the No. 4 Jefferson County Warrior which may open the door for the Horsemen to move up in the rankings. The Jets will look to move up also as No, 10 Asheville and No. 13 Tennessee Hurricanes also suffered defeats.


Your Kentucky Reapers posted a convincing win over the Tennessee Rampage 34-14! Congratulations to the players and coaches for your hard work and dedication. Proud of your efforts today and everyday! Check on Monday for the next issue of The Grim Reaper and details on the game!


Palmetto Havoc 14 vs Capital City Kings 0

Cardinals roll to 38-8 victory over South Jersey
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A South Jersey running back tries to get outside as... (Kerri Fleegle/For Public Opinion)


The Chambersburg Cardinals rolled to their third straight victory Saturday night at Trojan Stadium to remain undefeated.

By overpowering the South Jersey Lynx 38-8 in a Gridiron Developmental Football League game, the Cardinals remain the leaders of their division, but Chambersburg head coach Chad Fauson saw plenty of room for improvement.

"I'm happy with the overall outcome but this was a sloppy win," Fauson said referring partly to his team's penalties (16 for 125 yards). "You can't get wrapped up in the talking and jarring. That's what teams do when they're losing and try to pull you into it. But you need to maintain your composure. We didn't do that tonight."

Ottis Lewis broke open the scoring in the first quarter when he pulled in an 18-yard pass from Anthony Gardner in the end zone, and Stephen Link contributed a 32-yard field goal to make the score 10-0 going into the second period.

An interception by Michael Bibbs was followed shortly after by another Lewis touchdown, when Garder's pass landed into Lewis' outstretched arms for the TD.

"I felt I missed some opportunities last week," Lewis said. "I thought I owed the fans a couple long bombs."

"Lewis is 6-6 and is a tough guy to cover," Fauson said. "He creates mismatches every week. What can I say? He's just a good football player."

Gardner used his legs later in the quarter with a 6-yard scoring run to increase his team's lead to 24-0 at halftime.

After a scoreless third period, Chambersburg's Garrien Johnson left defenders trailing behind him as he reeled in a 60-yard pass from Gardner to open the fourth quarter. The Cardinals' last score of the night came on a 10-yard pass from Gardner and a dive over the end zone line from Jones.

The Lynx managed one touchdown to close the game when Lejominick Washington connected with Edward Dover for a 20-yard score, but Fauson had praise for his defense.

"They were solid again even though we were thin across the board tonight and missed Louis Corum (who got signed by the Virginia Destroyers of the UFL). We have to keep plugging away in practice and on Saturday nights. We have to utilize all our talent and make sure everyone's on the same page."

"We still have a lot of things to work on," Lewis said. "It was an all-around good effort and we're getting better every week. We just have to continue to build our momentum."

Chambersburg 38

South Jersey 8

Chambersburg 10 14 0 14 -- 38

South Jersey 0 0 0 8 -- 8

First Quarter

C -- Ottis Lewis 18 pass from Gardner, 10:25

C -- Stephen Link 32 field goal, 1:27

Second Quarter

C -- Lewis 41 pass from Gardner, 10:33

C -- Gardner 6 run, 7:09

Fourth Quarter

C -- Garrien Johnson 60 pass from Gardner, 14:51

C -- Jerell Jones 10 pass from Gardner, 12:38

S -- Edward Dover 20 pass from Lejominick Washington, 6:01


SJ Chbg

First downs 11 16

Rushes-yds. 20-49 25-38

Passing yds. 84 260

Total offense 133 298

Passing 6-19-2 16-26-0

Fumbles-lost 4-3 0-0

Punts-avg. 3-30.33 1-20

Penalties-yds. 14-110 16-125


RUSHING -- SJ, Fidel Napier 14-40, Washington 4 for 13, Abdul Kamara 1-(-2),Keith Jones 1-(-2). Chbg, Andre McDonald 7-29, Keon Lattimore 10-15, Franklin Frazier 4-3, Tappah Dinnall 1-0, Joshua Finafrock 1-(-1), Gardner 2-(-4).

PASSING -- SJ, Kamara 4-15-2-44, Washington 2-4-40 . Chbg, Gardner 15-25-252, Finafrock 1-1-8.

RECEIVING -- SJ, Dover 2-35, Chris Pollard 1-20, Adrian Hardwick 1-16, Mike Rhea 2-13. Chbg, Lewis 5-97, Johnson 1-60, Ronald Dawkins 2-47, Jones 4-24, Christopher Wright 2-13, McDonald 1-11, Travis Smith 1-8.

INTERCEPTIONS -- Chbg, Michael Bibbs, Markkus Davis.


Bulldogs win 20-13 in the GDFL game of the week. After going down 13-0 the bulldogs battled back late to overcome the adversity that faced us. Jon Hankin, Brandon Anthony, and Calvin Barringer all scored touchdowns. Taurus Covington and Kevin McAfee lead the Bulldogs defense who after staying on the field for most of the 1st half came up with several big stops at the end of the game.



Texas Exclusive 34, DFW Heat 20

North Texas Marauderes 64 Texas Bulldogs 6

South Carolina Commander's 26 Georgetown Assassins 20

Carolina Falcons 18 Lake Norman Fear 6

Mississippi Raiders 26 Arkansas Pirates 6

Clarksville Wolfpack 12 Clarksville Eagles 6

Palmetto Havoc 14 Capital City Kings 0

Florida Falcons 28--Florida Rhinos 0

Camp Lejune Bulldogs 27 Carolina Cowboys 3

Carolina Bulldogs 20 Asheville Grizzlies 13

DC Explosion 34 Bergen Hawks 9

South Georgia Seminoles 30 Jefferson County
Warriors 28

Carolina Silverhawks 24 Greenville Greyhounds 14

Virginia Vipers -52 Portsmouth Mustangs -0

Virginia Cougars - 40 Tidewater Renegades - 12

Kentucky Reapers 38 vs Tennessee Rampage 14.

Atlanta Aggression 25 Atlanta Lions 7

Henry Co. Horsemen 64 W.Georgia Renegades 0

Georgia Jets 59 Georgia Crush 0

Atlanta Chiefs 36 Peach State Rattlers 28

Chambersburg Cardinals 38 New Jersey Lynx 8

Columbus Gladiators 28 Buckeye State Splash 0

Naptown Scorpions 28 Goshen Rampage 7

Beaufort Hornets 21 Palmetto State Spartans 12

TriCounty Outlawz 47 CSRA Cobras 0

Tri-State Sharks 47 Cincinnati Jayhawks 7

Fayetteville Enforcers 12 Carolina Bengals 8

Sugar Creek Shockers 6 E.Central Missouri Eagles 0

Kansas Kaos 49 Kansas Diamondbacks 14

Kentucky Wolverine 37 Music City Stars 24

Hampton Rd. Hurricanes 30 Virginia Assassins 0

New Jersey Stags 42 Lancaster Lighting 27

Indianapolis Tornados 39Indianapolis Saints(Vipers) 6

Pickerington Wildcats 33 Akron Silverhawks 0

Tennessee Buccaneers 26 Tennessee Central Express 0

Fayetteville Horizon 63 Carolina Brigade 0

Lee County TiCats 20 Tennessee Hurricanes 6


Noles rally to beat Jeff Co.
Posted: Jul 10, 2011 6:11 PM CDT Updated: Jul 10, 2011 6:11 PM CDT
By Shayne Wright - bio | email
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Noles shock Warriors!

[img width=640 height=426][/img]The South Georgia Noles mounted an improbable 4th quarter comeback to beat Southeastern division rival Jefferson Co. 30-28 in Dawson Saturday night. Both teams are known for explosive offenses but scoring came at a premium in the first half. The Noles found themselves down 12-0 before Marcus Brooks hooked up with Fred Cromartie, cousin of former FSU star Antonio Cromartie, for a long touchdown pass and catch.

The Noles were then awarded a safety after a snap went over the head of Warriors QB Deion Graham in the 2nd quarter. South Georgia seemed to be down and out trailing by 3 touchdowns in the 4th but thanks to a defensive score and 2 more tds, the Noles prevailed with a 30-28 win.

The Noles improved to 4-0 while the Warriors dropped to 4-1. South Georgia will have to travel to Jacksonville to battle it out with the 1-4 Florida Rhinos next week. The Noles' next home game will be against the Georgia Crush on July 30th at Terrell County High in Dawson.

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