The Toombs County football program went 3-0 on the road on Thursday. The Toombs County High School Junior Varsity beat Metter 22-12, the Toombs County Middle School Bullpups held off Bryan County 25-24 and the Toombs County Middle School 6th Grade Team took care of Jeff Davis 12-7.
TCHS Junior Varsity 22, Metter 12- Metter opened the game with a five minute scoring drive and took a 6-0 lead. The Bullldogs countered with a long halfback pass from Brock Harrison to Rayquan Powell and then Trey Cloud threw a short pass to Noah Anderson for the touchdown.
With 53 seconds remaining in the half Cloud hit Anderson for a 50 yard completion and the Cloud threw a short pass to Anderson for the touchdown. In the second half Jamar Burley scored on a long run and Harrsion on a short run.
Cloud was an estimated 9-for-13 passing the football with two TD passes. The TCHS JV is 1-1.
TCMS 25, Bryan County 24- Bryan County opened the ball throwing a deep ball and took a 6-0 lead. The Bullpups took control from that point with their strong running game and led 13-6, 19-6, 19-12 and 25-12. Bryan scored two touchdowns to pull to within one point with 50 seconds remaining. Bryan was called for a five-yard penalty on the two-point conversion and Toombs stopped the Redskins and also handled an onside kick as the Bullpups even their record at 2-2.
Chandler Lynn scored three rushing touchdowns and Jamarion Robinson had one.