Vidalia ekes past Franklin County; CHA cruises past University Christian

Published 12:00 am Saturday, September 2, 2000

MEADVILLE — The Vidalia Vikings won a tough, low-scoring battle over the Franklin County Bulldogs 8-6 Friday night in Meadville.

Vidalia quarterback Jarrett Hoffpauir completed 4-of-8 passes for 71 yards and one touchdown, an 8-yard pass to Ryan Boles in the first quarter.

T.J. Banks ran for the two-point conversion to give the Vikings an 8-0 lead.

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Franklin County’s only score came in the second quarter on an 18-yard run by wing back Wes Hickingbottom. The two-point conversion was no good.

Both teams’ defense held the opposition from scoring in the second half.

Franklin County quarterback Walt Davis had no completions and one interception.

Banks had 24 carries for 58 tough yards to lead Vidalia in rushing. Boles had six carries for 45 yards and three receptions for 54 yards.


CHA 47, University Christian 0

Chamberlain-Hunt Academy cruised to a 47-0 win over University Christian Friday night at the Chamberlain-Hunt football field.

The Wildcats racked up 404 yards of total offense and had 16 first downs while the defense held University Christian to 95 total yards, all on the ground, and three first downs.


Centreville 13, Amite School Center 9

John Vincent’s 37-yard touchdown run in the third quarter gave Centreville a 13-9 win over Amite School Center Friday at Centreville.

Vincent also intercepted a pass on the Centreville 7-yard-line with 40 seconds left in the game to preserve the victory.

ASC’s Mitch Newan scored on a 55-yard run early in the second quarter and Centreville’s Johnathon Newman scored later in the quarter on a five-yard run.

ASC (2-1) also got a 38-yard field goal from Max Lawson in the third quarter.

B.J. Robertson led Centreville in rushing with 84 yards on 11 carries and Vincent had 69 yards on six carries.

Centreville (2-1) faces ACCS Friday at 7 p.m.