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TOP15 POWER POLLS W5

Updated: Sep 20, 2018


JAQUEZ GRIFFIN 1ST QUARTER TD CATCH VS FLETCHER

JACKSONVILLE,FLORIDA-

Major shake up in week 4 polls after an offensive explosion last Friday. QB Tai Latavai 6tds led the Creekside Knights to a 72-40 win over the Episcopal Eagles. With a 48-16 loss to Ridgeview a few ago The Knights are still on the bubble at 3-1. Creekside will host an ailing 0-4 Nease Panthers this Friday so their next real opportunity to make a leap into the polls will be against Bartram Trail in a couple weeks. Coming off a bye week, Oakleaf made a huge leap back into the polls with a 62-53 win over Bartram. Both QB Tre Simmons and VaTech commit RB Keshawn King had a huge night for the Knights, Simmons 302 passing yards and 4 total TDs and King rushed 20x for 240yds and 5TDs. 2021 RB Aaron Jones 233 all purpose yards 3TDS and QB Chad Dodson 296 passing wasn't enough to keep pace with the Knights after leading 14-7 at the end of the 1st period. Oakleaf pulled away in the 2nd quarter scoring 28 points and wouldn't look back after leading 35-26 at the half. The Knights host a down 1-3 Clay Blue Devils teams who's coming off a 28-29 loss to county rival OrangePark. The Bears will also host their county rival St. Aug who they've never beat in school history. The Jackets have dropped 3 in a row and may not be able to keep up with the high scoring offense of Bartram. Look for the Bears to get their 1st win over the Yellow jackets this Friday.


BALDWIN OVER STANTON

The Baldwin Indians offense have it rolling out west scoring 194 point in 4 games, beating Stanton 54-14. The Indians are on a steady incline towards being 1 of the best teams in the city this season. Another amazing performance from Troy commit Gavin Screws (411yds 5TDS) will be much needed as Baldwin will host their rival 3-1 Union County Tigers in what will be another high scoring affair as the Tigers are coming off an 61-28 win over Dixie Co. West Nassau Warriors remains undefeated by shutting out county rival Hilliard Red Flashes 49-0.


BALDWIN AFTER HUGE WIN OVER STANTON


The Baker Co. Wildcats answered the bell, and showed their true dominance by grounding the previously undefeated Menendez Falcons 48-21. The Wildcats clawed their way to a 21-0 1st quarter lead in which the Falcons would never recover from. Menendez would get on the board twice in the 2nd quarter, but the Wildcats added another 21 points in the 2nd as well to keep the game out of reach. Baker's offense got a much needed boost from QB Alex Bowen and RB Scooby Graham who combined for 5 rushing TDs. The Wildcats will need to Keep that offensive momentum going as they travel face the 3-1 Palatka Panthers who's averaging 38 points.


BAKER OVER MENENDEZ

Coming into the season as DKF's #8 ranked RB, Isaiah Flowers continues to show every week why he should be rated higher. Isaiah's numbers after week 4 are 69 caries 640yds and 9 TDs. Flowers had another impressive outing for ED White as he rushed for 204 yards and 4 TDs on just 4 carries helping the Commanders secure an important district 6A win 48-13 over Nease. The Commanders are on the bubble as well at 2-2 and can make a jump back into the rankings with another win this Friday as they host 3-1 Fletcher Senators who also gave up 48 points in a loss to the Raines Vikings.



JAQUEZ GRIFFIN TD CATCH

RB Brandon Marshall continued his reign of terror over the Senators rushing for 288yds and 5TDs in just 3 quarters of play.


The stage would be set for a great game as Fletcher took the Viks electing to not shake hands at coin toss personal. Raines defense would set the tone on the 1st play of the game forcing and recovering a fumble at the Senator's 20. After QB Barron Coates hit WR Davian Holliman on a 15yd pass, Marshall would cap the short drive with a 1yd TD run. After both teams traded punts Fletcher would cap a 40yd drive with a short td run by Latravious Johnson to tie the game at 7 with just under 8 minutes to play in the 1st period. That's as close as the Senators would get as the Viking defense would stifle them for the rest of the game. On the Viks ensuing drive, QB Barron Coates would open up the lead to 13-7 on a 25yd TD pass to Jaquez Griffin. The Senators would string together a couple of 1st downs but would ultimately be forced to punt to end the 1st quarter. From there the game would get out of hand as Brandon Marshall popped an electrifying 75yd td run to put the game out of reach 19-7 on the 1st play in the 2nd period. Jeremiah Payton 25yd catch and Michael Baskin 19yd catch and run on Fletcher's next drive seemed promising but ended with a familiar punt. Marshall would add a short TD run, and run in the 2pt conversion to take the 27-7 lead. Marshall would continue his 1st half thrashing of Fletcher with another crazy 68yd TD run breaking several tackles and shaking past defenders down field on the amazing play. Raines led 33-7 at the half. In the 2nd half it would be much off the same, promising Fletcher drives ended by a great Raines defensive play like a 3rd quarter blocked FG attempt by Jarius Stewart. Brandon Marshall would continue the theatrics popping another 60+ yard run that's hard to describe in words. James Shaefer would take the ensuing kick 80+ yards to the house to give the Fletcher fans a little to cheer for. Barron Coates would come right back and match the score with a 40yd TD pass to Daivarus Thomas to take the 48-14 win. The Viking will travel to the southside again this Friday to take on the 2-2 Mandarin Mustangs who put together an 82yd scoring drive with less than 2 minutes to play to get the 24-21 8A district win over Deland.


LATRAVOUS JOHNSON AFTER TD RUN

JAMES SHAEFER AFTER HOUSE CALL

BARRON COATES 2TD PASSES VS FLETCHER

DAIVARUS THOMAS 1 TD CATCH

BRANDON MARSHALL. TERRILL JENNINGS. ISAIAH FLOWERS

SANDALWOOD OVER SPRUCE CREEK

RB Max McClendon had another huge night for the 4-1 UC Christians rushing 19x for 164 yards and 2 TDs in a 47-0 shut out over NFEI Eagles. McClendon season total 82 rushes 574yds and 6TDs. Kyjuan Herndon ended the week as the area's 2nd leading rusher with 641yds and 10TDs. Herndon carried the ball 20x for 220 and 3TDs helping the Sandalwood Saints get a big 34-14 8A district win over Spruce Creek Hawks. The Saints travel to face 3-1 Flagler Palm Coast Bulldogs who blew out St. Aug 45-14. The win was the Bulldogs 1st over the Yellow Jackets since 1995


TRINITY OVER BOLLES

The 4-0 Trinity Conquerors took care of business over crosstown district 5A rival Bolles Bulldogs 41-13. QB Jacory Jordan would lead TC on a 1st quarter 12 play 79yd drive capped by a 20yd td pass to Malik Myers for a 7-0 lead. In the 2nd period QB Ben Netting 10 play 80 drive and 7yd td toss to WR Chris Sanders would be enough to tie the game 7-7 at the half. TC would begin to seize momentum in the 3rd period with a 77yd TD pass from Jordan to Isaiah Washington, and a 5yd TD run by Marcus Crowley which capped a 8 play 89yd drive that lasted 4:25. Netting would hit Sanders late in the period to cut the lead to 20-13. The 4th quarter would be all TC scoring 21 unanswered points, on a 9yd TD run by 2021 standout RB Kaleb KIllian, a 24yd td run by the Hurricanes commit Marcus Crowley who finished the night with 20 carries 164 yards 2td, and the final score of the game would come from LB CJ Lockett on a 25 yard fumble return. The Conquerors will travel to West Palm Beach to face the 1-2 Palm Beach Lakes Rams. The Conquerors should win this contest easily but PBL could be a trap game for TC if they're looking ahead to next week's heavyweight matchup with undefeated Columbia.


TRINITY AFTER DEFEATING BOLLES

COLUMBIA CAPTAINS

LEE CAPTAINS

The Tigers continued to maul opponents by defeating the previously undefeated #3 ranked Lee Generals 42-37. Columbia got on the board early with a 36yd td pass from Jordan Smith to Marquez Bell who made a diving catch in the back of the endzone. Taz Nicholson would cap off the Generals ensuing march with a 5yd TD run to tie the game at 7 with 5:32 to play in the 1st quarter. Ralph Mency would come away with the game's 1st turnover picking off Jordan Smith and returning it to just outside the Tiger's 10. A bad snap on 4th down would spoil the Generals attempt at a FG. Jordan Smith would step back to the plate and deliver a 36yd strike to the highl touted WR TJ jones who finished the night with 144yds and 2tds. On the next play Smith would shake past a few defenders on an 11yd TD run and recapture the lead at 14-7 at the end of the 1st quarter.


COLUMBIA 14 LEE 7 END OF Q1

Sapp would once again do work and lead the Generals down the field tying the game at 14 on a 10yard td strike to Jurial Caldwell. Smith wouldn't be phased by the Generals score as he gave the Tigers the lead once again at 21-14 with a 36yd TD run. The game was slowly turning into the Smith and Sapp show as Sapp delivered a 4th and 12 26yd pass to Taz Nicholson. A penalty on Columbia would move the ball to the 5yd line but the Generals would fail to score. Columbia would take over on downs but would be forced to punt after 3 plays. The Tiger's defense would stretch the lead when Ahmad Williams stripped Kevonte Doles and race 78yds for the 28-14 lead. After holding off the Generals on 4th and 8 from the 20, Jordan Smith would go down with an injury and not return for the rest of the game.



Head Coach Brian Allen of Columbia would try and give his backup QB TY Wehinger the short field by going for the onside kick but Lee would recover. Wehinger would get an even shorter field when Jaylen Brown sacked Sapp and forced a fumble that Terrick Ponds returned to the 26yd line. TJ Jones would catch the 1st points of the 2nd half on a 26yd pass from Wehinger to give the Tigers the 35-14 lead with 5:36 to play in the 3rd.Knowing the Generals needed points fast as Columbia was beginning to roll, Sapp would guide the Generals down the field and hit Terry McKinney on a 11yd td pass to cut the lead to 35-20 with 1:07 to play in the 3rd.The Tigers would widen the lead again to 42-20 on the 1st play of the 4th quarter when TJ Jones took a short pass from Wehinger and raced 61yds for the score after shaking past a few defenders. Lee would turn it over on downs on their next possession but their defense would step up and block a punt in which they'd cash in on as Sapp hit Nicholson on a 38yd td pass to cut the lead to 42-28 with 5:21 to play in the game. Columbia would take a safety in the bottom of the 4th as they faced 4th and long from their own 1yd line. The score would be 42-30 at that point. Sapp's ensuing 36yd TD pass to Kevonte Doles would make it very interesting but Columbia would recover the onside kick and hold on to get the big 7A district win 42-37. The Tigers will host undefeated powerhouse Madison Co. Cowboys, while Lee will be off due to weather issues with traveling ST. Francis (DC).


COLUMBIA OVER LEE


** WEEK 5 POLLS **


1.5A TRINITY CONQUERORS 4-0


2. 7A COLUMBIA TIGERS 4-0


3. 8A SANDALWOOD SAINTS 4-0


4. 4A RAINES VIKINGS 3-1


5. 5A PONTE VEDRA SHARKS 4-0


6. 7A LEE GENERALS 3-1


7.3A BALDWIN INDIANS 4-0


8. 8A OAKLEAF KNIGHTS 2-1


9. 7A FLETCHER SENATORS 3-1


10. 5A BAKER CO. WILDCATS 3-1


11. 5A MENENDEZ FALCONS 3-1


12. 2A UC CHRISTIANS 4-1


13. WEST NASSAU WARRIORS 4-0


14. 5A PALATKA PANTHERS 3-1


15. 8A MANDARIN MUSTANGS 2-2


**200 yard rushers from week 4**

BRANDON MARSHALL 5TDS 288YDS VS FLETCHER

KESHAWN KING 20 CARRIES 24OYDS VS BARTRAM

KYJUAN HERNDON 20 CARRIES 220YDS 3TDS VS SPRUCECREEK

AARON ROCKET JONES 233 ALL PURPOSE YARDS 3TDS VS OAKLEAF


ISAIAH WASHINGTON 4 RUSHES 204YDS 4TDS VS NEASE

BARTRAM PHOTO COURTESY OF EAGLES EYE PHOTOGRAPHY HD

COLUMBIA/LEE PHOTOS COURTSEY OF ALLGLORY PHOTOGRAPHY

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