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SCMS Gamecocks defeat South Effingham

The Screven County Middle School eighth grade Gamecocks defeated visiting South Effingham Mustangs 44-18 Sept. 16 to even their record at 1-1 on the season. 
The Gamecocks took the opening kickoff and marched 60 yards for the first score of the day on a 4-yard run by Chris Oliver. 
After a Mustangs punt, the Gamecocks drove again down to the 2-yard line after a 30-yard pass from Bailey Pollock to Aaron Roberts. 
Again Oliver scored from the 2 for his second touchdown of the game. 
After holding the Mustangs offense to another 4 and out, the Gamecocks offense got going again. Rashad Hughley scored on a 30-yard run to put the Gamecocks up 20-0. 
The Mustangs were able to score on their next possession to make the score 20-6 with 2 minutes to go in the 1st half. 
The Gamecocks offense marched down the field and Jimmy Robinson was able to score on a 65-yard run to make the halftime score 28-6.
The Mustangs took the ball down to the 5-yard line on their first second half possession, but fumbled the ball and the Gamecocks recovered. 
The Gamecock offense was able to drive the ball 95 yards and scored on a 30-yard pass from Pollock to Roberts.
The Mustangs answered with a long touchdown run to make the score 36-12. 
After a Gamecock fumble, South Effingham was able to score on another long run to make the score 36-18.
The Gamecocks offense drove the ball again down the field and Rashard Hughley scored on 20-yard pass from Pollock to end the scoring at 44-18.
“This was a great win for our team,” said coach Doug Dirst. “After losing a close first game I told the kids we can be a good team if we keep working hard. The offense was outstanding today the offense line of Roberts, Johnson, Smoak, Collins, Mills, Austin and Lariscy did a great job up front.
“The line gave Bailey enough time to throw down field and we really hurt them with the pass today,” Dirst said. “The backs ran really well today, Chris Oliver and Tevin Anderson had some big runs at crucial times. Bailey was really good today. He threw the ball well and ran the offense well.”
Defensively, the Gamecocks were led by Ryan Smoak, Adam Austin, Carl Hiendel and Kenton Foy, Dirst said.           
“We gave up to many big plays today on defense,” he said. “Our linebackers and secondary have to do a better job of taking angles and making tackles.”