Bruising fullbacks Jeidon Sistrunk and Johnathan Williams provided all the points and the Bulldog defense didn’t yield a single score in the Toombs County junior varsity football teams 20-6 home win over Metter. The Tigers only points were scored on a fumble recovery which was scooped up and returned 22-yards with 1:55 to play in the first half.
Sistrunk, a sophomore who scored on a 65-yard run at Metter last season, scored a pair of touchdowns. After Trevor Rentz recovered a Metter fumble, Sistrunk raced down the Dawg sideline and into the south end zone for a 42-yard touchdown with 5:20 to play in the opening quarter. A two-point run by sophomore quarterback Dalton McBride came up short meaning TCHS had the early 6-0 lead.
Later in the first quarter TCHS recovered another Metter fumble and freshman Johnathan Williams took a McBride pitch and ran 12 yards for his first high school touchdown.
Williams also ran in the two-point conversion by diving toward the left pylon. He reached out with the ball in hand and got the call from the official to put TCHS up 14-0 with 2:11 remaining in the first quarter.
Sistrrunk’s final touchdown was scored with 1:19 to play in the game. He smashed through the line of scrimmage breaking several tackles and then he pulled away and ran down the Metter sideline to the north end zone.