7-A Champions

Record: 12-1-0

DateOpponentResultScoreLocationClick for details
Fri, Aug 19HarlemW69-6H['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
Hot, sweltering evening in Lincolnton. First quarter was close as LC didn't score until time ran out. Five LC touchdowns in final four minutes of 2nd quarter sealed Harlem's fate. Totals: Craig Jones 10/122/1, Sherrod Jones 5/29/2, Dayshawn Taylor 4/29/3, and freshman Jamar Taylor 4/107/2. Taylor's 3 TDs were on consecutive touches. Second half played under mercy rules.
Fri, Aug 26Abbeville, SCW24-13T['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
Abbeville defending SC Class A Div I champs. Had not lost since 2010 opener. Jumped to 10-0 lead early in 2nd, and led 13-10 at half. Panthers wouldn't cross midfield in 2nd, being held to less than 50 yards offense. LC grabbed interception early in 3rd and scored on 20-yard pass from Gunby to Saggus to take 17-13 lead. A fumble at A5 with 3:13 left led to 1-yard insurance TD by Taylor with 2:27 to go. Last LC-A game for a while.
Thu, Sep 1McCormickW56-19H['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
The game is the first on live TV from BBF. The game was moved up a day for WJBF's Thursday Night prep game series. It was broadcast live on 6.2 and rebroadcast on Sunday on 6. McCormick started the game strong with a good running game and good interior line play, jumping to a 7-0 lead, and tying the game at 13 early in the second. Turnovers led to the demise of the Chiefs with 7 fumbles lost, enabling LC to jump to a 28-13 halftime margin and add 21 points in the third quarter.
Fri, Sep 16GreenbrierW43-13T['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
Greenbrier scored first and last on passes, but it was all Red Devils in-between. LC controlled the lines of scrimmage, grabbed five interceptions, and shut down the Wolfpack offense for most of the game. Greenbrier was 2-1 entering the game.
Fri, Sep 23Warren CountyW10-7H['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
Both teams entered the game as two of the highest scoring in the state, averaging over 44 points per game, so the game evolves as a defensive struggle. Warren's points come on return to blocked punt in 3rd qtr to give visitors a 7-3 lead. LCRD kept visitors offense in check throughout the game, with only a handful of first downs. WC's best running back, averaging over 140 yards per game and 17 yards per carry coming in, was held to 58 on 16. LC scored on Craig Jones run with 1:05 left in third to take lead, then LC defense stopped WC. 36th straight win of LC over WC.
Fri, Sep 30Hancock CentralW28-15T['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
Lincoln County struggled offensively with leading rusher Craig Jones unavailable due to an injury. The Devils turned two Hancock turnovers into touchdowns in the first 5 minutes of the second half to take a 28-7 lead. The final Bulldog scored came in the last minute against LC subs. The previous week Hancock had defeated Twiggs County 66-6, with their leading rusher scoring several TDs; our Devils did not allow him to score.
Fri, Oct 14Washington-WilkesW28-12T['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
Lincoln County scored twice on 20-yard drives in the second quarter, then twice on long drives in the second half to secure a 28-12 win. Robbie Robinson, formerly at McIntosh County Academy, was the new W-W coach. The Devils led 14-6 at the half and 28-6 until the final minutes. The win extends the Devils' lead in the series to 36-32-6.
Fri, Oct 21AquinasW44-22H['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
Aquinas (6-1 and undefeated in 7-A)has one of its most potent offenses in many years, and stayed in the game until the last quarter. It was an offensive show with Denzel Gunby completeing 7 0f 16 pass attempts for 264 yards and 3 TDs, and Craig Jones rushing 198 times for 145 yards. Mason Saggus was the primary receiver with 129 yards on 3 receptions. The Devils totaled over 600 yards offense. This was the 31st straight win over Aquinas, and 40th straight homecoming win.
Fri, Oct 28Twiggs CountyW48-0H['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
The undermanned Twiggs team, winless with only 21 players suiting up in Lincolnton, was no match for our Red Devils. LC led 21-0 after the first and 34-0 at the half. The second half was played under GHSA mercy rules. Mike McIntire scored on 3 runs.
Fri, Nov 4Wilkinson CountyW35-0T['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
Lincoln County ruined Wilkinson County's homecoming and chance for a share of the 7-A title with a 35-0 drubbing of the Warriors. Two LC TDs came on interception returns, and another TD on a short drive after a fumble recovery. Devils led 14-0 after the first quarter and 21-0 at the break. Final 7-A order: LC, Aquinas, Wilkinson, W-W (5-5 record). 36th Red Devil region title.
Fri, Nov 11CommerceW35-14H['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
Commerce under a new coach had struggled at times during 2011, but put up a strong fight for our Red Devils. LC jumped out to a 14-0 first quarter lead before the Tigers closed the gap to 14-7 behind the strong running of their QB, who ran the ball 41 times for 192 yards. A 72-yard TD run by Craig Jones and two TDs by Mike McIntire sealed the win for the Devils. Commerce ended the season with a 4-7 record. W-W lost in the first round and finished at 5-6.
Fri, Nov 18Clinch CountyW27-0H['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
Clinch County had two Division I sign-ees in their backfield, but they couldn't score despite 7 plays inside the LC5. This was the first shutout in the LC-Clinch series, which LC now loeads 5-4-0.
Fri, Nov 25Savannah ChristianL14-22T['Opponent info at FFN']   ['more']
Devils took early lead 7-0, as first team to score first against SC this season. Raiders strong rushing too much for Devils, with 3 TDs on 351 yards rushing (55 carries). Devils scored twice on pass plays from Gunby to Craig Jones. Devils had chance to take lead in final minutes. Huge crowd in Garden City - 5 fan buses from LC. Abbeville won its state title 20-0, with only loss to LC.

In 13 games:

Winning Percentage: 92.308

Total scored: 461

Total allowed: 143

Average game: 35.46-11.00

Shutouts by Red Devils: 3

Shutouts by opponents: 0

1Max AshmorePK10
2Mason SaggusREC12
3Blake MurrayREC11
4Glenn CreechREC11
5Jet MarshallTE/DE12
6Jalen SmithDB10
7Jonathan PartlowTE/DE10
8Zireycus LetmanREC/DB10
9Tra BrownTE/LB12
10Fred CriteREC10
11Craig JonesRB/DB12
12Denzel GunbyQB12
14Jalen WadeQB/DB9
15Price RogersQB12
18Ben TurnerQB/REC10
24Martrell MurrayREC/DB11
25Quadarious HunterRB/LB11
26Jamar NormanRB/DB9
27Jalen FranklinREC/DB11
30Sherrod JonesRB/DB12
33C J AycockRB/LB10
34Dayshawn TaylorRB/LB11
40Tony BeardRB/LB11
42Will WilhelmREC/DE11
44James SpratlinPK10
50Dalton WetheringtonOL/DL12
52Demarion JonesOL/DL9
53Andreas HawesOL/DL11
55Britt SmallwoodOL/DL12
56Lethacious LockhartOL/DL10
57Quinton CrawfordOL/DL9
58Lincoln LeRoyOL/DL9
59Dekemus ZellarsOL/DE12
60Ron WhiteOL/DL10
61Demarion JonesOL/DL9
65Joshua StewartOL/DL12
66Charles FolgerOL/DE12
72Brandon BilesOL/DL12
74Andy Ray WengrowOL/DL10
75Aaron SmithOL/LB9
79Jaquan LeverettOL/DL9
80Tyquan RossREC10
84Kendrick BeardRB/DB9
85Christropher ChinnREC10
87Tyler ColeREC10
89LeKeith LockhartREC/DB9