Toombs County High School’s Chandler Lynn and Demetrius Owens were honored at the 9th Annual SEGA Football Awards Banquet in Waycross. Lynn, a sophomore, was named Toombs County’s Offensive Player of the Year and Owens, a senior, took the Defensive Player of the Year Award for the Bulldogs.
Lynn hauled in four passes that netted 40-or more yards- 46 vs. Metter, 51 against Bacon, 52 at Bryan County and 50 in the Pit in the Vidalia game.
|08/17||W 35-0||Twiggs County||2||31||15.5||17||1|
|08/24||W 14-8||Hancock Central||1||4||4.0||4|
|08/31||L 21-49||Savannah Christian||8||129||16.1||35|
|09/28||W 42-21||Bacon County||6||124||20.7||51||1|
|10/05||W 41-7||Bryan County||4||93||23.3||52||1|
|10/19||L 14-35||Jeff Davis||4||104||26.0||36||1|
Owens has always been a fine one-on-one tackler for the Toombs County Bulldogs. The senior averaged 5.8 tackles in the 10 games he played. He had a season-high 12 against Hancock Central and 11 versus Jeff Davis. He was also was credited with six TFL’s. For the second straight year Demetrius is a First-Team All-Region 2 defensive back. Watch Demetrius’s Highlights
|08/17||W 35-0||Twiggs County||4|
|08/24||W 14-8||Hancock Central||12||2.0|
|08/31||L 21-49||Savannah Christian||3|
|09/28||W 42-21||Bacon County||4||1.0|
|10/05||W 41-7||Bryan County||1||1.0|
|10/19||L 14-35||Jeff Davis||11|