Indians open playoffs at home Friday night against Wilcox County
The Seminole County Indians varsity football team dominated its border rival, The Miller County Pirates, this past Friday night in a huge 21-0 shutout victory on Senior Night.
The win itself was satisfying, but moments after the last buzzer the Indians claimed the title of Region Runner-up!
“As the best wins always are, this was truly a team effort,” commented Indians head Coach Cerick Stegall.
Freshman quarterback Ellis Denham’s leadership on the field set the tone for his teammates to collectively finish with 300 yards on the night.
Leading the charge in the running game was Overall Player of the Game, Kamauri Johnson. Johnson had a solid night with 189 rushing yards and one touchdown.
Following behind Johnson was Terry Daniels. Daniels had an outstanding night breaking tackles and moving down the field finishing with 81 yards and one touchdown, and Devin Gale joined in the excitement with 35 yards and one touchdown as well.
On the defensive side of the ball the Indians absolutely shut the Pirates down. Defensive Player of the Game, Terry Daniels, stayed busy on both sides of the ball. Daniels finished with eight total tackles: two solo tackles, six assists, and one sack.
Marvin Pulley also finished with eight total tackles: three solo, and five assists. Ced Parson joined in the fight with five assisted tackles.
Nicavious Henderson had another big night racking up six solo tackles to make sure the defense was locked down.
Indians’ kicker McKade Reynolds was also highlighted in this game for going three for three on PAT’s and controlling kickoffs and punts with ease.
The Indians begin their Georgia High School Association State Playoffs run by hosting the Wilcox County Patriots this Friday at 7:30 p.m.