2001





Record: 6-6-0



DateOpponentResultScoreLocationClick for details
Fri, Aug 31HephzibahL0-10H[more]
Overtime: The Devils and Rebels struggled to a 0-0 tie in regulation, then a 50-yard run setup a Rebel field goal in the first OT period. The Rebels returned an interception for a TD inside the final minute of the second OT period to clinch the game 10-0. This game marked the first overtime game ever played in Lincolnton.
Fri, Sep 7McCormickW21-6H[more]
The Devils, looking much improved, used a opportunitistic defense and diversified offense to beat the McCormick Chiefs 21-6, with the McCormick TD being late and questionable.
Fri, Sep 21Washington-WilkesL14-55T[more]
Lincoln County scored first early in the game, but it was all Tigers after that, as W-W dominated the Devils as has rarely been seen. The 55 points is the most ever against a team from Lincolnton. This game marks the first time since 1955 that the Tigers have defeated the Devils three consecutive times. This game was played a week later than originally planned due to the 9/11/2001 Terrorist Attacks on the USA.
Fri, Sep 28CommerceL12-13H[more]
The defending Class A Champions once again came from behind the fourth quarter to ninp the Devils 13-12. Lincoln led 6-0 at the half and 12-0 into the last minute of the third quarter.
Fri, Oct 5BufordL6-31H[more]
Buford proved to be the team to beat in Class A in 2001, as the Wolves scored 3 TDs in less than 4 minutes in the second quarter to win 31-6. The Wolves will be moving to Class AA in 2002. Lorne Sam, brother of last year's Wolves star P K Sam, is a powerful weapon at QB.
Fri, Oct 12Athens AcademyL0-14T[more]
First 4-game losing streak in over 30 years; The Devils played the Spartans even for most of the game, but came up on the losing end 14-0 to #3 Athens Academy. AA has their best team ever, led by Georgia Top QB Joe Tereshinski. The Spartans are the pre-season pick to take 7-A away from the Devils.
Fri, Oct 19AquinasW42-6H[more]
Big Red continued its unblemished record in Homecoming games under Larry Campbell as it whipped Aquinas 42-6.Sanchez Jones led the offensive attack with 128 yards on 6 carries, including TD runs of 75 and 36 yards.
Fri, Oct 26Social CircleW36-8T[more]
Cedric Leverett passed for 144 yards and Jeremy Wright rushed for 95 yards to lead the Red Devils to a 36-8 win over Social Circle. The Devils are 3-0 in Walton County at the Redskins' "The Graveyard."
Fri, Nov 2GMCW23-14H[more]
After spotting GMC's Bulldogs 14 points after turnovers, the Red Devils fought back to tie the game and then score twice in overtime to win and secure a playoff spot.Cedric Leverett led the Devils with 199 total yards.
Fri, Nov 9Warren CountyW28-10T[more]
The Red Devils once again found themselves behind in the first half, but they used their ball-control offense to take over the game and whip the Screaming Devils 28-10 and wrap-up the second seed in Region 4-A, guaranteeing a home playoff game. Sanchez Jones scored twice and rushed for 98 yards, with Courtney Partlow, Octavius Andrews, and QB Cedric Leverett all making important offense contributions.
Fri, Nov 23JeffersonW26-14H[more]
Courtney Partlow returned an interception for a touchdown and later scored on a run to lead the Red Devils to a 26-14 first-round win over the visiting Jefferson Dragons on a rainy night in Georgia.
Fri, Nov 30BowdonL6-14T[more]
Bowdon struck early with a 60-yard opening kickoff return and a strong running game, and barely made it stand up for a 14-6 win over our Red Devils. A two-point PAT attempt came up a yard short late in the third quarter to prevent a 8-7 Lincoln lead. Lincoln County ends the season 6-6.


In 12 games:

Winning Percentage: 50.000

Total scored: 214

Total allowed: 195

Average game: 17.83-16.25

Shutouts by Red Devils: 0

Shutouts by opponents: 2

JerseyNamePositionClassWeight
Sanchez Jones
Jeremy Wright