|Date||Opponent||Result||Score||Location||Click for details|
|Fri, Aug 27||Abbeville||L||21-24||T||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|Game played in Abbeville rather than LC because Abbeville purchased right to host.
|Fri, Sep 3||McCormick||W||42-13||T||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|First LC visit to new McCormick stadium behind school on SC 28. McCormick won its season opener there, so this game was first loss for Chiefs at new field. LC scored on first 6 possessions, leading 35-0 at the half and 42-0 after 3 quarters before McCormick scored twice on Devil youngsters.
Mason Saggus scored on a 77-yard pass play from Franklin Sherman on the Devils' first offensive possession and never looked back. Garrett Mohr rushed for 1 TD and passed for two others (to Saggus and Rusty Scott).|
|Fri, Sep 10||Harlem||W||42-7||T||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|Devils varied offense attack put LC up 28-0 at the half, with 210 yards rushing and 108 yards passing. Ercell Daniel twice scored on 1-yard runs with Mason Saggus catching a 30-yard TD pass from Franklin Sherman.|
|Fri, Sep 17||Greenbrier||W||30-7||H||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|Devils jumped to 17-0 halftime lead then added two fourth quarter TDs to seal the result. LC tallied 413 yards on 55 offensive plays compared to 169 on 57 for the visitors from Columbia County.|
|Fri, Sep 24||Warren County||W||27-0||T||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|A strong defense and varied offense led the Devils to a 27-0 win over the previously once-beaten Screaming Devils.
Garrett Mohr seemed to be everythere with 7 carries for 55 yards and 3 pass completions for 53 yards. He also blocked one punt to setup the first LC TD, and nearly scored the third TD. He punted 5 times for a 44 yard average, and played defense on passing downs.
Craig Jones led the running attacked with two 5-yard TD runs among his 14 carries for 86 yards. Franklin Sherman completed 4 of 12 attempts for 58, with Mason Saggus catching two for 33 yards.
The Devils would have scored on their first offensive play on a Sherman-to-Saggus pass, but a motion penalty nullified the play.
|Fri, Oct 1||Hancock Central||W||48-0||H||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|Homecoming - you don't want to be on LC's guest for Homecoming - this game marks the 39th Homecoming win in a row.
The Devils scored early and often to grab a 21-0 first quarter and 35-0 halftime lead before the clock started running in the second half.
Tyler Banks caught 7 passess for 127 yards and 1 TD while Ercell Daniel rushed 5 times for 95 yards with 3 TDs. LC totaled around 420 yards offense.|
|Fri, Oct 15||Washington-Wilkes||W||35-8||H||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|Recognition of 1960 Championship|
|Fri, Oct 22||Aquinas||W||49-6||T||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|Aquinas came into game 6-1 with their best team in 40 years. Only loss was 13-7 to Wilkinson County. They had been averaging over 40 points per game. LC forced 5 turnovers, got a safety on a bad punt snap, and started the game with a successful onsite kick. Aquinas lost 4 fumbles and an interception. The Irish had a big tailgate party and called a "Green Oout" for the game, but LC responded with a big crowd. It was standing room only on the LC side, and at least a sixth of the Aquinas home stands were full of Devil fans. LC jumped to a 22-0 halftime lead enroute to a 49-6 win. |
|Fri, Oct 29||Twiggs County||W||69-14||T||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|This game was not expected to be close, and that proved correct quickly. LC led 42-6 at the end of the first quarter, and 56-6 at the half. The Devils scored on 4 returns: punt, kickoff, fumble, and interception. Return yardage totalled 346, more than LC's offense. Five Cobra turnovers helped the LC onslaught. Twiggs' first year head coach quit the night before the game, and only 17 Cobras dressed for the contest. This was the most points ever allowed by the Cobras.|
|Fri, Nov 5||Wilkinson County||L||14-26||H||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|Senior Night - Devils led 14-12 at half but couldn't stop Wilkinson's long plays, as the Warriors scored on a 92-yard pass and a 57-yard run in the second half to win 26-14 and take the top spot in 7-A. School records may have been set for most pass attempts and completions by the Devils (29 of 51) and by a Devil player (Franklin Sherman 24 of 42 for 224 yards), as well as total completions, attempts, and passing yards in a game (38 of 75 for 557) and offensive plays in a game (138). Wilkinson totaled 62 plays for 502 yards, compared to 76 for 374 for our Devils.|
|Fri, Nov 12||Pace Academy||W||49-6||H||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|Pace Academy, the #3 seed from 5-A, was 9-1 in its third year of football. This was the Knights' first playoff game, first game against a public school, and second game outside of Atlanta.
The Red Devils jumped out to a 14-0 lead before Pace's precision passing game closed the gap to 14-6 midway the second. Ercell Daniel had a 99-yard kickoff return and an 81-yard punt return nullified by penalties before Craig Jones broke a 90-yard TD run as the first half ended.
The Devils broke the game open with 3 touchdowns in the third, and the clock ran in the fourth. The Devils totaled 551 offensive yards, including 446 on the ground. Pace attempted 39 passes, but the Devils intercepted 4.
|Fri, Nov 19||Darlington||W||21-17||T||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|Darlington is the 6-A champion. QB Franklin Sherman completed 21 of 33 pass attempts for 251 yards to lead the Devils to a 21-17 come-from-behind win. After trailing 10-7 at the half and 17-14 midway the third quarter, LC marched 91 yards on 10 plays, with Bond Turner catching the game-winning 11-yard TD with 2:02 left. An interception by Ercell Daniel ended Darlington's last threat with 1:23 left. The Devils had only 15 yards rushing.|
|Fri, Nov 26||Savannah Christian||L||14-17||H||[Opponent info at FFN] [more]|
|Savannah Christian jumped out to a 10-0 first quarter lead thanks to a fake punt and an onside kick. The Devils came back with its passing attacked to take a 14-10 lead midway the second quarter. The Raiders scored what would be the final points of the game in the second quarter. The Raider defense didn't allow the Devils but one first down in the second half.|