7-A Champions

Record: 12-2-0

DateOpponentResultScoreLocationClick for details
Fri, Aug 20Greene CountyL6-21H['more']
Greene County used its size and speed to score 14 points in less than a minute of game time to lead 14-0 very early in the third and go on to win 21-6. Our Devils actually had more rushing and passing yards than the visitors, but a late fumble ended LC's last viable attempt to tie the game.
Fri, Aug 27Burke CountyW7-6T['more']
Burke County took a 6-0 lead in the second quarter, helped by a Devil turnover. The second half was a different story, as our Devils dominated the Bears with 240 offensive yards to only 10 for Burke. Big Red kept getting closer to the endzone, finally scoring on a 4th-&-goal 11-yard pass from Cord Coppin to Steven Brown at the goalline with 3:25 left in the game.
Fri, Sep 10GreenbrierW22-7H['more']
The Devil Defense kept the game close in the first half, and then the Coppin-Barden combo took to the air to score once and setup a second TD. Brandon Barden caught 4 passes for 115 yards, a TD and a PAT. Coppin completed 5 attempts for 131 yards, two TDs, the PAT, and ran for the final TD.
Sat, Sep 18CommerceW18-13T['more']
After a one-day delay due to Hurricane Ivan, and a first half played in the daylight, Lincoln County overcame 3 turnovers to beat the Commerce Tigers 18-13 in a nail-biter that saw the lead change six times. A strong defense and an offense that was rushing and passing well helped the Devils finally win in Tiger Stadium for the first time in several years.
Fri, Sep 24Athens AcademyW14-9T['more']
Lincoln County spotted Athens Academy a long field goal before returning an interception for a touchdown in the second quarter to take a lead that the Devils would not relinquish. Sophomore Darrell Norman had an outstanding night with 83 yards on 14 carries and the clinching 15-yard touchdown reception.
Fri, Oct 1AquinasW27-0H['more']
Aquinas came into the game with high hopes and the best record in school history at 5-0. Lincoln County quickly reminded the Irish whose field they were playing on, and who still ruled the 7-A roost. A flea-flicker on the first play from scrimmage setup the Devils' first TD only 40 seconds into the game. Our Devils dominated the Irish, gaining nearly 400 yards in the first half to only 12 for the Irish.
Fri, Oct 8Hancock CentralW42-2H['more']
Hancock Central came in much improved over recent seasons, but it was too little to face our Devils. Lincoln led 21-3 at half, and the mercy rule went into effect in the fourth quarter. The Bulldogs were held to negative rushing yardage.
Fri, Oct 15Washington-WilkesW21-9H['more']
The Tigers took an early 7-0 lead on a blocked punt, but the Devil offense dominated the rest of the game for a 21-9 win against our biggest rival. The win secures the best possible playoff path for Lincoln County, thanks to the outcome of the latest battle in the The 378 War.
Fri, Oct 22Warren CountyW31-0T['more']
Big Red capitalized on 6 Warren County turnovers to whip the Screaming Devils 31-0. A Larry Campbell team has never lost to Warren County, now in 30 contests. The victory gives Lincoln County the 2004 Region 7-A title.
Fri, Oct 29GMCW41-0T['more']
Lincoln County completed their sweep of Region 7-A with a shutout of the GMC Bulldogs. Youngsters looked good as they saw much playing time in the second half.
Fri, Nov 5Our Lady of MercyW53-0H['more']
The Our Lady of Mercy Bobcats won their first game of the year in the last week of the regular season to earn a #4 playoff seed. Unfortunately that earned them a visit to Lincolnton. The Bobcats tried to slow down the game, but it didn't help much. It was 39-0 at the half, with the second half played under mercy rules.
Fri, Nov 12CommerceW35-14H['more']
Commerce took an early 7-0 lead and was ahead 7-6 going into halftime, but the Red Devils dominated the second half to take a resounding 35-14 win. Gavin Williams scored 3 touchdowns and rushed for season-high 157 yards to lead the Devils to a great win.
Fri, Nov 19McIntosh County AcademyW14-0T['more']
Our Devils controlled the first half but had no points to show for it. Cord Coppin scored in the third quarter, and Taveras Stokes returned a punt 53 yards for insurance as the Devils earned they way to the Georgia Dome. The game was played in Brunswick since MCA's stadium did not meet GHSA playoff requirements.
Fri, Nov 26Clinch CountyL6-26T['more']
Lincoln County took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter, but the tenacious Panther defense created turnovers that led Clinch County to a 26-6 win. Our Devils were hobbled by injuries to several key players before and during the game.

In 14 games:

Winning Percentage: 85.714

Total scored: 337

Total allowed: 107

Average game: 24.07-7.64

Shutouts by Red Devils: 5

Shutouts by opponents: 0

1Ryan KingQB/DB11
2Shawntavious JenningsRB/DE11
3Tyler BealeFB/DE10
4Mustafa RichardsonRB/DB12
5Jatheus JonesTE/DE10
6Brandon BardenTE/DE10225
7Darrell NormanRB/DB10
8Belafonte DavisRB/LB12
9C. J. NormanWR/DB12
10Jeffrey PorterRB/LB10
11Steven BrownWR/DB12
12Taveras StokesWR/DB12
14Austin GoldmanQB/DB9
15Cordaryll CoppinQB/DB12
18Austin ReedWR/DB11
24Franklin JonesRB/DB10
25Donnell WynnWR/DB10
26Casey NormanWR/DE11
27Alex BradfordWR/DB10
30Rontae NormanQB/DB10
33Brandon ReedFB/LB12
34Gavin WilliamsRB/DE12
40Ricardo NormanWR/DB10
42Kiece CriteFB/LB10
44Logan RhodesTE/LB10
50Trey MorrisOL/LB11
52Jonathan NormanOL/DL11
53Chase McGillOL/DL11
55Brandon SparksOL/DE9
56Alterrique SmithOL/DL11
57Brian SparksOL/DL9
58Jarius WynnOL/DL12255
60Jeremy CrookhamOL/DL12
61Dontai ParksOL/DE12
62Tristan ElamOL/DL10
63Robert BilesOL/DL10
66Joseph WellsOL/DL12
72Daniel BilesOL/DL11
74DeRon LeeOL/DL11
75Tony WellsOL/DL9
78Alex WidemanOL/DL12260
79Deonte NormanOL/DL11
80Josh HollimanTE/DE9
84Darrien WestWR/DB10
85Carlous HearstWR/DB9
87Wes BentleyWR/DB9
89Daniel MorrisTE/DE9