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Jackets face South Effingham Friday to open sub-region play
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Published: Tuesday, October 15, 2013 2:23 PM CDT
The Yellow Jackets will begin sub-region play Friday in Guyton against South Effingham High. the north face outlet online sale Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. the north face sale This game, along with the following two against Liberty County High and Statesboro, will determine which team will play for the Region 3 title and the opportunity to move on to state action. the north face outlet online sale As postseason play for the region is set up, the top two teams from each side of the sub-region will play for the region title. the north face sale Both of these teams will qualify for the state tournament and will play for the No. north face jackets 1 and No. 2 seeds. Then, the No. 2 seeds from each sub-region will play the No. 3 seeds with the winners of these two games also qualifying for the state tournament. The No. 4 sub-region teams will just play a final crossover game to end their seasons.
South Effingham Last year the Yellow Jackets dominated the Mustangs 41-24 at Jaycee Stadium. However, the Mustangs then made a deeper run in the state tournament by advancing to the third round before losing to Monroe Area 47-8. However, gone from that team is North Carolina State freshman running back Josh Mercer. The Mustangs are sporting a 4-2 record with wins over Bluffton, S.C. (23-20); Jenkins High (25-21); Hephzibah (30-6); and Cross Creek (33-13). Their losses have come to Effingham County (22-8) and Glenn Hills (39-37). Neither team has faced common competition. “The Mustangs are a good team,” said coach Jody Grooms. “They run a 3-4 defense that we have not seen this year. We also have to transition back into attacking a two-high coverage scheme. Burke County showed only one or no safeties most of the night when we played them. Because of this difference alone, fans will see a different type of offensive attack this week.
“South Effingham has always been diverse on offense. This year is no different. They show multiple formations and offensive alignments that create confusion at the snap. We will have to line up quickly and attack the line of scrimmage aggressively to limit their effectiveness.” In South Effingham’s last win over Cross Creek (1-4), the Mustangs needed a fourth-quarter goal-line stand to preserve the lead. “We didn’t play as well as we would have liked in the first half,” Mustangs coach Donnie Revell told the Effingham County Herald, “but they came out and kind of took care of business in the second half. It turned out to be a good win for us.” The Mustangs led 9-0 after the first quarter, thanks to a safety on Cross Creek’s second possession and Corey Horne’s touchdown run. After the Razorbacks’ Deon Kleckly cut the lead to 9-6 with a touchdown run, Eli Pulkinen extended the Mustangs’ lead to 12-6 with a 41-yard field goal. But Cross Creek got a turnover, and Vincent Norris’ touchdown staked the Razorbacks to a 13-12 halftime lead. South Effingham took the lead back for good as Tyler Pullum connected with Taylor Donavan for a 57-yard touchdown strike, and the two-point conversion put the Mustangs in front 20-13. Pullum was 7-of-10 passing for 89 yards. Then the Mustangs’ defense stopped the Razorbacks twice at the 1-yard line, giving the ball back to the offense. The ensuing 99-yard drive ended on the first of Patrick Brown’s two fourth-quarter touchdowns and allowed South Effingham to put the game away. Brown, a sophomore running back, tacked on a final score after the Mustangs came up with an interception. Brown ran for 168 yards on 23 carries as the Mustangs racked up 233 yards rushing. Horne had 39 yards rushing and also led the defense with 14 tackles.
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