2016





Record: 7-4-1



DateOpponentResultScoreLocationClick for details
Fri, Aug 26McCormick, SCW41-0T[Opponent info at FFN]   [more]
Devils scored twice early and never looked back as their strong running game led to a 330-33 yard offensive advantage. Quay Hartfield rushed 10 times for 108 yards and two touchdowns, with QB Javon Reid running 6 times for 101 yards and two scores. Hartfield also had a great long TD run nullified by a flag.
Sat, Sep 3GrovetownW14-7H[Opponent info at FFN]   [more]
Kickoff delayed until Sat at 1:00 due to Hurricane Hermine rain/wind on Friday. Class AAAAAA Grovetown largest school LC has played. Three G players played for Aquinas the year before, but returned to G when Aquinas ended paying scholarships. LC scored on very short drive after G fumble in 2nd quarter. G scored on very short drive after muffed punt in 3rd. LC scored winning TD with 3 minutes left after short G punt.
Fri, Sep 9Abbeville, SCT7-7H[Opponent info at FFN]   [more]
Abbeville entered game 3-0 and #1 in SC AA, had having given up no offensive TDs in their first 3 games. They were the defending SC AA champs. Good runs setup 3-yard run by Javon Reid with two minutes left in the first quarter. Quay Hartfield and Jamal Norman were lost to injuries in the first half. Abbeville scored on 1-yard run in final minute of third. In fourth, both teams were pushed back to their 2. The Devils got out of their hole and threatened at two points before a final minute interception almost led to a winning TD by the Panthers. The returner was ruled out of bounds at the LC 27, and the Devil defense forced a field goal attempt that failed.
Fri, Sep 23Stratford AcademyL19-35T[Opponent info at FFN]   [more]
LC led 7-0 early and then 19-18 going into the fourth but special team errors and an interception led to the final margin. The Devils played without their two leading rushers, and their ground game was almost non-existent. On the positive side, the Devils passing game looked the best in a long time, spurred on by several long passes.
Fri, Sep 30Washington-WilkesW17-14H[Opponent info at FFN]   [more]
Winless W-W scored on its first two possessions to tzke z 14-7 first quarter lead that lasted until a Devil TD late in the fourth to send the game into overtime. W-W missed a 35-yard FG before William LeRoy booted a 25-yard FG for a 17-14 Devil win.
Fri, Oct 7Hancock CentralW34-20H[Opponent info at FFN]   [more]
3-2 Hancock Central had won 3 straight games earlier in the year, but the Devils jumped out to a 27-0 lead by the half.
Fri, Oct 14Warren CountyW34-6H[Opponent info at FFN]   [more]
Homecoming & Senior Recognition - Devils scored on their first 4 possessions for a 34-0 halftime lead. The game ended with LC gaining nearly 400 yards. This continued 45 years of Homecoming wins and wins over Warren County. Warren coached by LCHS graduate Cherard Freeman.
Fri, Oct 21Greene CountyL14-42T[Opponent info at FFN]   [more]
Greene County Homecoming. Devils jumped to 14-0 lead before Tigers closed to 14-7 at the half and then rolled over the Devils in the second half. Turning point was a fake punt by Greene. Tigers had almost 400 yards offense, with their main back gaining over 200. First time Devils played a regular season game on artificial turf.
Fri, Oct 28AquinasL30-34T[Opponent info at FFN]   [more]
Red Devils lost to Aquinas for fourth straight year. There were four lead changes in the second half. Devils came back from 21-6 second quarter deficit to take 22-21 lead. Each team had over 300 yards offense.
Fri, Nov 4First Presbyterian DayW55-27H[Opponent info at FFN]   [more]
Devils finished seeded fourth in subregion after tieing Greene Co but losing on head-to-head. The teams exchange the lead four times in the first half before the Devils took charge just before half for a 34-27 lead that was never overcome. Devils had 552 total yards and 27 first downs.
Fri, Nov 11Washington-WilkesW24-3H[Opponent info at FFN]   [more]
LC seeded #11, W-W #22. Tigers scored early after short drive after muffed kickoff. Ty Elam returned kickoff 90 yards to give Devils lead they would never surrender. Devils lead all-time series 39-35-6. Tigers end year at 4-7. Second time LC has beaten W-W twice in a season (other was 2005), and third time the two teams have met three times in a season (other was 1922).
Fri, Nov 18McIntosh County AcademyL7-14T[more]
MCA coached again by Robbie Robinson, who coached them when LC last played MCA in Brunswick. Robinson left for four years at W-W, where he won against LC the last three seasons (2012-14). Kickoff dealyed from 7:30 to 8:00 due to blown tie on chartered bus with players. Team didn't arrive until about 6:45. MCA scored twice early on long passes. Devils fought back, scoring and then having an opportunity to tie in the fourth before coming up short.


In 12 games:

Winning Percentage: 62.500

Total scored: 296

Total allowed: 209

Average game: 24.67-17.42

Shutouts by Red Devils: 1

Shutouts by opponents: 0

JerseyNamePositionClassWeight
1Midarious Roberts11
2Tres Kelly10
3Kevon Franklin9
4Quadarius Hogan10
5Quay Hartfield12
6Javon Reid11
7Javierus Smith12
8Xavier Gartrell12
9Jayden Robinson11
11Jalen Jackson9
12Jamal Norman11
14Riccardo Hawes11
15Josh Shelton12
17Dwayne Wright10
18MonQuavious Leverett10
20Darrien Elder9
21Austin Jones11
23Joseph Steward11
24Quindarious Wright11
25Antonio Williams11
26CJ Glaze10
30Manny Delancey10
33BJ Crosby10
34Keyshawn Martin12
42Steven Davis10
44Matt Harmon10
50Jackson Wheeler12
52Travon Leverett11
53Jonathan Montgomery11
55Betravious Davis11
56Jaquez Kennebrew10
57Jeremiah Murray11
58Logan Prescott10
59Casey Prescott10
60Chris Long12
61Trajan Crawford12
62Kolbi Ferguson9
63Wyatt Cooke10
65Chance Sutton10
66Levion Lockhart9
70Jed Smith11
72Marquis Blackmon11
74Tyrese Cullars9
75Mitch Matthews12
78Tyson Zellars9
79Javon Wynn9
80Nykese Norman10
84Jadarius Dye9
85Anthony Millett10
87Trey Martin12
89William LeRoy11









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