Jefferson County Travels To Lafayette To Take On The Hornets

By: Alyssa Orange Email
By: Alyssa Orange Email

In Class 1B Jefferson County traveled to Lafayette for a Showdown with the Hornets.

Lafayette off with a one touchdown lead... here Rodney Brown trying to make it two, but he gets stuffed in the back field by Leroy Montgomery

Jefferson County Offense making things happen...Alphonso Footman hands it off the Devondrick Nealey.. and its an easy squeeze into the endzone to tie the game.

Rodney Brown back in action...the hornets in scoring position their attempt is good thanks to Andre Hall

but the boys from Monticello edge out Lafayette... 27-20 the final... Jeff County moves on.

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  • by Bernie "Preacher Man" Ranz Location: Orlando on Dec 3, 2010 at 09:58 PM
    I am proud to see the Tigers advance this far again. Having been a member of the '91 state championship team I can tell you that you still have at least 4 more quarters to play. Leave the talking to the other guys and take care of your "Unfinished Business" on the field. I'll be watching you....
  • by Tiger Fan Location: Tallahassee on Dec 2, 2010 at 08:18 PM
    Tiger fans are proud of the players and salute them for a great season thus far. Win or lose, the players should hold their heads high and know that they are winners. To Madison, havent seen any negative comments from Jefferson County fans about your program. We wish you the best but know that your next game could be the end of your season...very surprised but guess Madison wants all the glory, sure you're happy Taylor lost. Good Luck to Jefferson, Lincoln and Madison!
  • by Tommie Location: Madison on Dec 2, 2010 at 07:22 PM
    No matter what you Tigers think there is no chance Jeff County will beat Warner.
  • by jj Location: monticello on Dec 2, 2010 at 12:05 PM
    Well let me stop all you haters right there. Jefferson county got the best defense in all of florida most of defensive coaches from all over florida would agree. You have to look at our football team overall before you judge us. We going to stay because Warner havent been hit hard like we do, so watch our orlando here we come.
  • by mz.jefferson. Location: jacksonville fl. on Dec 2, 2010 at 08:49 AM
    not j-county do yo thing
  • by Vincent Location: Orange Park, Florida on Dec 1, 2010 at 06:47 PM
    Words of advice to Jefferson. #1 Warner plays solid defense in all phases of the game. #2 They are better on defense than both Mayo and Hawthorne. #3 Warner likes to get a early comfortable lead and wear down the opposition. #4 Look at our stats and the facts show them self. #5 Be prepared to play four physical quarters with a Warner team that is disappointed after last years loss in the playoffs. #6 If Warner does not win State then it will be Jefferson or Jupiter.
  • by Damarcus Location: Madison on Dec 1, 2010 at 06:33 PM
    Jeff County is soft and Warner will expose that after Friday night. GO COWBOYZ!
  • by Bryan Location: Greenville on Dec 1, 2010 at 06:27 PM
    Warner Christian will blow out Jefferson County. We walked the dog on them last year and Warner Christian is better than they where last year.
  • by Mike Location: Madison on Dec 1, 2010 at 06:23 PM
    Jefferson will need a lot of help from Warner if they even want to stand a chance of beating them. All I have to say is that's a long wasted drive to take beating and even a longer ride back.
  • by DIE HARD TIGER FAN Location: MONTICELLO on Dec 1, 2010 at 02:56 PM
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