Historic Season For Pickens Football Ends In 2nd Round Of The Playoffs

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It had been a season of firsts for the PHS Dragons football team. First undefeated regular season, first region championship, & after last week, first state playoff win. Last Friday, was another first. First time playing in the 2nd round of the playoffs. Their opponent? The Troup County Tigers. Troup came into the game 10-1, & they represented region 5 as the #2 seed. This was the first ever meeting between these two schools in football.

 

The Tigers, took the opening kickoff deep into Dragon territory to begin the game. A 26-yd run at the 10:55 mark of the opening quarter gave Troup the 7-0 lead. Troup, would then recover a fumble on the ensuing kickoff, & score on the next play after a 31-yd run to make it 14-0, with 10:41 left in the 1st quarter. The Dragons, started building a drive as they crossed midfield & looked to cut into the Tiger lead. Troup, intercepted a pass by CJ Streicher, & would score to make it 21-0, with 8:38 to go in the 1st quarter. The Tigers, would again find the end zone after a 70-yd pass, to make it 28-0 Troup, going to the 2nd.

 

Troup scored twice in the 2nd quarter. Once after a 4-yd run, & once after a 46-yd run. Pickens, would find the end zone for the first time after a good drive & a 38-yd touchdown run from Senior Michael Burrell, that brought the crowd to their feet. Troup County led the Dragons, 41-7, at the half.

 

The Tigers added two scores in the 3rd. a 4-yd run, & a 51-yd pass to make it 53-7, going to the 4th. In the 4th, Burrell would find the end zone again as he was able to punch it in from a yard out. Your final, Troup 53, Pickens 14.

Stats:

1st Downs: 19

3rd Down: 4/14

4th Down: 1/4

Total Yards: 359

Rush Yards: 221

Pass Yards: 138

CJ Streicher: 11/25, 138 yards, 19 rushes, 44 yards

Michael Burrell: 13 rushes, 115 yards, 2 TDs, 2 catches, 23 yards, 4 tackles, 6 punts, 244 yards, 3 inside the 20

Trevon Hawkins: 9 rushes, 50 yards, 8 tackles, 1 sack, 1 blocked PAT, 4 kick returns for 74 yards

Hunter Hermann: 7 tackles

Andrew Macom: 7 tackles

Jay Jones: 6 tackles, 1 pass break up

Dallas McHale: 5 tackles

Kaleb Ray: 5 tackles

Jose Sanchez: 2/2 on PAT

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Dragons Shutout Warriors In Route To First Ever Playoff Victory

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This past Friday, it was a cold, drizzly night in Pickens County as the PHS Dragons varsity football team hosted the White County Warriors for the 1st round of the GHSA 4-A State Playoffs. White County, came into the game as the #4 seed from region 7, while the Dragons came in as the #1 seed from region 6. These two teams met earlier in the season as you may recall, with Pickens coming away with a 42-35 win.

 

The Dragons, won the toss & deferred to the 2nd half. White County, would manage a first down on their opening possession, but that would be all the Dragons defense would give up. On offense, the Dragons used the ground game & capped off their opening drive with points as QB CJ Streicher got in from 9-yds out to make it 7-0 Pickens, with 7:30 to go in the 1st quarter. Pickens then came up big on defense as the Warriors decided to go for it inside Dragon territory & were unsuccessful. Two plays later, Streicher found Zach Goss streaking down the far sideline & the Senior did the rest as he took it to the house for an 83-yd touchdown. As we headed to the 2nd, the Dragons were on top, 14-0.

 

The Dragons would add to their lead at the 9:17 mark of the 2nd quarter after Senior Michael Burrell made several moves including a fancy spin at the end of his 8-yd touchdown run, making it 21-0. The defense for Pickens once again came up big as a pass attempt by the Warriors was deflected, & Senior Chase Jarrett made a diving grab to nab the interception. The Dragons turned that turnover into points when Brady Moore ran it in from 29-yds out to make it 28-0, with 5:40 left in the first half. Just before the end of the half, another Dragon Senior, Trevon Hawkins, punched it in from 1-yd out, giving Pickens a 35-0 lead over White County heading into the break.

 

There was only one scoring drive in the 2nd half and that came on a 5-yd touchdown run from Jarod Whitmore in the 3rd quarter. Pickens, wins it’s first ever playoff game, 42-0.

 

Next week, the Dragons will again be home for the 2nd round of the 4-A Playoffs as they will welcome the Troup County Tigers to Jasper. Troup, is 10-1 on the season, & the #2 seed out of region 5. This will be the first meeting between the two schools in football. Kickoff set for 7:30 pm.

 

Stats:

1st Downs: 11

3rd Down: 3/8

4th Down: 1/2

Total Yards: 397

Rush Yards: 239

Pass Yards: 158

Takeaways: 2 (1 interception, 1 fumble)

CJ Streicher: 6/8, 158 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT, 9 rushes, 43 yards, 1 TD

Trevon Hawkins: 9 rushes, 58 yards, 1 TD, 2 catches, 17 yards, 6 tackles, 1 pass break up

Brady Moore: 7 rushes, 52 yards, 1 TD, 1 pass break up

Michael Burrell: 8 rushes, 41 yards, 1 TD, 2 catches, 24 yards, 2 tackles, 3 punts, long of 53 yards, 1 inside the 20

Jarod Whitmore: 1 rushing TD

Zach Goss: 1 catch, 83 yards, 1 TD

Kaleb Ray: 1 catch, 34 yards, 1 pass break up

Hunter Hermann: 7 tackles, 1 pass break up

Dallas McHale: 6 tackles, 3 for loss

Chase Nelson: 6 tackles

Andrew Macom: 5 tackles, 1 forced fumble

Jake Rogers: 5 tackles, 1 sack

Chase Jarrett: 3 tackles, 1 sack, 1 interception

Jose Sanchez: 6/6 on PAT

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Dragons Finish Regular Season Undefeated, Turn Focus To Playoffs

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Soggy weather was the theme this past Friday as the PHS varsity football team traveled up to Walker County, to take on the LaFayette Ramblers for their regular season finale. Pickens, by virtue of their win last week against Ridgeland, clinched the 6-AAAA crown, but was looking for another PHS first, an undefeated season. To do that, they would have to get by a much improved Rambler team.

 

LaFayette, got the ball to start the ball game and looked to get something good going early for their Senior Night. On a 3rd & long play, the Rambler QB scrambled to his left and found a receiver down the field, who would then take it 76-yds for the score at the 10:47 mark to make it 7-0 LaFayette. The Dragons, were able to drive down on their first possession, & tie things up after a 10-yd TD run for Robert Davis, to make it 7-7, with 7:27 to go in the 1st quarter. Pickens took the lead after a little trickery when QB CJ Streicher handed it off to Michael Burrell, who acted like he was running a reverse. Instead, Burrell stops, & throws back to a wide open Streicher for a 15-yd touchdown. Pickens tried a two point conversion, but were unsuccessful. We would go to the 2nd, Dragons ahead, 13-7.

 

The Dragons, added to their lead early on in the 2nd quarter when Streicher threw a lob pass & Zach Goss, was able to haul it in & get a foot down in the back of the end zone for the 16-yd score at the 10:36 mark of the 2nd. Dragons led, 20-7. The Ramblers, had a good drive of their own, and capped it off with points after a 5-yd TD run at the 6 minute mark of the 2nd. The PAT was ruled no good, so Pickens held a 20-13 advantage. The Dragons, were able to march down the field and end their drive with 6 after a 23-yd TD run from Davis. Davis’ 2nd touchdown of the night gave Pickens a 27-13 lead with 4:20 left in the first half. At the 2:39 mark, the Dragons defense came up with a big play as Burrell, playing corner, tipped a pass to himself, & took it 20 yards for the touchdown. Making it 34-13 Pickens. Just before the half ended, Brady Moore was able to get in from 2-yds out, to make it 41-13 Dragons, going to the break.

 

There were only two scores in the 2nd half & both came in the 3rd quarter. The first, came at the 6:27 mark when Alex Snelgrove, got in from 2-yds out to make it 48-13. LaFayette, found the end zone just before the quarter ended after a 10-yd run. Your final score for the evening, Dragons 48 Ramblers 19.

 

Region Standings:

Pickens: 10-0 (6-0) Region champions

Ridgeland: 6-3 (4-1) clinched 2nd seed

NW Whitfield: 6-3 (3-2) play Heritage next week for 3rd/4th

Heritage: 4-5 (3-2) play NW Whitfield next week for 3rd/4th

LaFayette: 4-5 (1-5)

SE Whitfield: 3-6 (1-5)

Gilmer: 0-9 (0-5)

 

Stats:

1st Downs: 17

3rd Down: 7/12

4th Down: 2/3

Total Yards: 390

Rush Yards: 234

Pass Yards: 156

Takeways: 4 (2 INT, 2 fumble recoveries)

CJ Streicher: 7/18, 114 yards, 1 TD, 8 rushes, 52 yards, 1 catch, 15 yards, 1 TD

Michael Burrell: 1/1, 15 yards, 1 TD, 1 rush, 15 yards, 4 tackles, 1 INT, 1 Def. TD, 2 punts, 78 yards, 1 inside 20

Robert Davis: 4 rushes, 66 yards, 2 TD

Brady Moore: 6 rushes, 31 yards, 1 TD

Alex Snelgrove: 2 rushes, 9 yards, 1 TD

Zach Goss: 3 catches, 61 yards, 1 TD

Kaleb Ray: 3 catches, 37 yards, 4 tackles, 1 INT

Hunter Hermann: 7 tackles

Trevon Hawkins: 6 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 1 sack

Chase Jarrett: 6 tackles

Jay Jones: 5 tackles, 1 pass break up

Dallas McHale: 4 tackles, 1 fumble recovery

Andrew Macom: 3 tackles, 1 fumble recovery

Jose Sanchez: 6/6 on PAT

 

The Dragons, have completed their regular season, finishing 10-0 for the first time in school history. With a bye week this upcoming week, the Dragons next game will be in the 1st round of the State 4A playoffs on November 9th at home at 7:30 pm. Their opponent, is still to be determined. There is a possibility that the region 7 #4 seed, will come down to a 3-way tiebreaker if West Hall defeats Chestatee, Denmark loses to Flowery Branch, & White County loses to Blessed Trinity this Friday. Denmark, West Hall, & White County would all then be tied for 4th place. All three of those teams defeated each other during the season. How they will determine who gets the 4th seed, is unknown.

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Pickens Captures First Region Title With Senior Night Win Over Ridgeland

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Last night, the PHS Dragons varsity football team hosted the Ridgeland Panthers for Senior Night. Not only was it Senior Night, it was a region championship game. With Pickens sitting at 4-0, & Ridgeland sitting at 3-0 in the region, this became the deciding game for the 6-AAAA crown. Prior to the ball game, the Seniors for the team, cheerleaders, & band were all recognized. The most special one, was Jordan Simonds. Simonds, lost his life in an automobile accident last year. This would’ve been his Senior year. Jordan’s mother, Jessica, represented him. She was surrounded by Jordan’s fellow Seniors, & was presented a bouquet of flowers. The Simond’s family has set up a Memorial Scholarship fund in his name. If you haven’t already, please go contribute in any way you can.

 

Pickens won the toss, but elected to defer to the 2nd half, giving Ridgeland’s speedy offense first possession. After a big loss on 3rd down, the Panthers were forced to punt from the back of their own end zone. The Dragons took over at the Ridgeland 30-yd line. It took Pickens one play from scrimmage to find points as the Dragons worked the double pass to perfection. CJ Streicher sent it over to Michael Burrell, then Burrell connected with a wide open Brady Moore for a 30-yd TD pass, giving the Dragons a 7-0 lead, with 11:27 to go in the 1st. Pickens looked to catch the Panthers off guard again with a surprise onside attempt, but were unable to recover it. Ridgeland used the good starting field position to drive down the field, & cap it off with a 3-yd TD run to make it 7-7 with 9:59 left in the 1st. Ridgeland then took the lead after a 47-yd TD pass, to make it 14-7, with 7:45 left in the opening quarter. The Dragons, were able to drive down the field, and get a 21-yd field goal from Jose Sanchez to make it 14-10 Ridgeland, going to the 2nd.

 

Pickens, regained the lead at the 9:36 mark of the 2nd quarter after Robert Davis barreled his way in from 7-yds out, to make it 17-14. Ridgeland, looked to tie things up with a long field goal attempt, but Kaleb Ray came swooping from the left side and blocked the kick, giving the Dragons possession at their own 27-yd line. On the very next play, Streicher found an open Ray near the sideline & he took it 73-yds for the score, giving Pickens a 24-14 lead, as we’d head into halftime.

 

The Dragons, got the ball to start the 2nd half, & methodically drove it down the field, chewing up nearly half of the 3rd quarter on their first drive. The drive ended with Davis getting into the end zone from 13-yds out after nearly losing it prior to scoring. That made it 31-14 Dragons, going to the 4th. The defense for Pickens, as they have all season long, really stepped up in the 2nd half shutting down the high powered Panther offense. Ridgeland’s only other score came with 19 seconds left to go in the game. Your final in this one, Pickens 31, Ridgeland 21. With the win, Pickens secures it’s first region championship in school history.

 

Region Standings:

Pickens: 9-0 (5-0) 6-AAAA region champions

Ridgeland: 5-3 (3-1)

Heritage: 4-5 (3-2)

NW Whitfield: 5-3 (2-2)

LaFayette: 4-4 (1-3)

SE Whitfield: 3-5 (1-3)

Gilmer: 0-8 (0-4)

 

Stats:

1st Downs: 19

3rd Down: 7/15

4th Down: 3/4

Total Yards: 455

Rush Yards: 323

Pass Yards: 132

CJ Streicher: 2/7, 102 yards, 1 TD, 29 rushes, 151 yards,

Michael Burrell: 1/1, 30 yards, 1 TD, 6 rushes, 30 yards, 3 tackles, 3 punts for 109 yards

Robert Davis: 13 rushes, 75 yards, 2 TD, 1 catch, 29 yards, 2 kick returns for 47 yards

Kaleb Ray: 1 catch, 73 yards, 1 TD, 2 tackles, 1 pass break up, 1 blocked field goal, 1 kick return, 24 yards

Brady Moore: 1 catch, 30 yards, 1 TD, 8 tackles

Trevon Hawkins: 16 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 1 sack, 1 pass break up, 7 rushes, 31 yards

Dallas McHale: 8 tackles

Andrew Macom: 7 tackles, 6 solo, 2 tackles for loss, 2 pass break ups

Hunter Hermann: 6 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 pass break up

Jose Sanchez: 4/4 on PAT, 1 field goal from 21 yards

 

Pickens, will look to complete it’s first ever undefeated season next week when they travel to Walker County to take on the LaFayette Ramblers. Game time is set for 7:30.

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Dragons Now 8-0 After Big Road Win Over Northwest Whitfield

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This past Friday night, the PHS Dragons varsity football team traveled to Northwest Whitfield to take on the Bruins in a crucial region ball game. The past couple of seasons, the Bruins have gotten the better of the Dragons, winning the last 3 match ups. Pickens looked to end that streak & stay atop the 6-AAAA standings.

 

The Northwest Whitfield Bruins got the ball first on offense. The Dragon defense came out aggressive & forced the Bruins to punt. The first possession for Pickens ended with 6 as the offense drove down the field, & the drive was capped off by a 2-yd TD run for CJ Streicher to put the Dragons ahead, 7-0, with 7:53 left in the opening quarter. The Dragon defense again came up with a big stop, & gave the offense good field position to work with. Pickens again marched down the field & would score after a 2-yd TD pass from Streicher to Hunter Hermann, who was all alone in the back of the end zone. Going to the 2nd quarter, the Dragons held a 14-0 advantage.

 

In the 2nd, the Dragons added to their lead after the defense again set them up with prime field position & Robert Davis would find the end zone from 4-yds out, to give Pickens a 21-0 lead, with 7:43 left in the 1st half. Streicher scored his 2nd rushing TD of the game 6:14 mark of the 2nd quarter to make it 28-0. This score, again was set up by a swarming defense. After a big kick off return, the Bruins got their first points of the game after a 9-yd run at the 5:05 mark of the 2nd. Northwest Whitfield tried to catch the Dragons off guard by using the swinging gate formation & tried to go for 2, but Pickens had it figured out from the start & stopped it. Giving us a score of 28-6. Just before the first half came to an end, the Dragons looked to add to their lead and add to it they did. Streicher connected with Zach Goss from 34-yds out to give Pickens a 35-6 lead at the break.

 

The Dragons, got the ball to start the 2nd half, & wasted little time picking up where they left off in the first half. Streicher & Goss hooked up for the 2nd time on the night, this time from 53-yds out. Pickens, took a 41-6 lead with 10:02 left in the 3rd. Davis, got his 2nd score of the night at the 5:50 mark of the 3rd as he was able to get in from 5-yds out, to make it 48-6. Another good kick off return by the Bruins helped set them up for a score as they got in after a 6-yd pass to make it 48-13 Dragons going to the 4th.

 

Pickens, got the only points in the 4th as Jarod Whitmore got past several Bruin defenders to score from 20-yds out. The final score in this one would be 55-13, Pickens.

 

Region Standings:

Pickens: 8-0 (4-0)

Ridgeland: 5-2 (3-0)

Heritage: 3-5 (2-2)

NW Whitfield: 4-3 (1-2)

SE Whitfield: 3-4 (1-2)

LaFayette: 4-4 (1-3)

Gilmer: 0-7 (0-3)

 

Stats:

1st Downs: 20

3rd Down: 7/10

4th Down: 2/2

Total Yards: 540

Rush Yards: 363

Pass Yards: 177

Takeaways: 1

CJ Streicher: 8/12 for 177 yards, 3 TD’s, 16 rushes, 80 yards, 2 TD’s, 1 punt, 35 yards

Robert Davis: 14 rushes, 104 yards, 2 TD’s

Brady Moore: 6 rushes, 48 yards, 5 tackles, 4 solo

Anthony Jones: 2 rushes, 39 yards

Trevon Hawkins: 4 rushes, 34 yards, 5 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 2 pass break ups

Jarod Whitmore: 2 rushes, 21 yards, 1 TD

Zach Goss: 2 catches, 87 yards, 2 TD’s

Kaleb Ray: 3 catches, 38 yards, & 4 tackles, 1 pass break up

Michael Burell: 1 catch, 34 yards, & 1 pass break up

Alex Snelgrove: 1 catch, 16 yards, & 2 tackles, 1 interception

Hunter Hermann: 1 catch, 2 yards, 1 TD & 7 tackles, 1 pass break up

Clayton Holland: 6 tackles

Dallas McHale: 6 tackles, 5 tackles for loss, 1 sack, 1 pass break up

Andrew Macom: 4 tackles

Jose Sanchez: 7/7 on PAT

 

Next week, the Dragons will host the Ridgeland Panthers. This game, will more than likely determine the region champion for 6-AAAA. Kick off is set to start at 7:30.

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Dragons Shut Down Generals To Move To 7-0

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Last Friday night, the PHS Dragons varsity football team, fresh off being named the High 5 Sports Team of the Week, hosted the Heritage Generals in a big 6-AAAA region match up. This was a big game for Pickens, not just because of the region implications,but because the Generals have come away the victors in the last two meetings.

 

The Generals, won the toss and wanted the ball to start the game on offense. The Dragon defense, would force a General punt attempt. Heritage, went for a fake punt, but Pickens had it sniffed out, & gave the Dragons offense good field position for their first possession of the game. That possession ended with a touchdown for Pickens as Junior QB CJ Streicher got in from 2-yds out, to make it 7-0 Dragons with 5:35 left in the first quarter. Pickens added to their lead just before the end of the 1st quarter after a 22-yd TD run from Michael Burrell, to make it 14-0 Dragons, going to the 2nd.

 

Pickens got back to work just 58 seconds into the 2nd quarter as Streicher lofted one up for Zach Goss, who made a great adjustment on the ball, and scored from 24-yds out to make it 21-0 with 11:02 left in the first half. Last week’s #TeamFYNSports Sports Writer Player of the Week Trevon Hawkins added to the lead for Pickens with a 1-yd TD run to make it 27-0 Dragons with 9 minutes left in the 1st half. Much like the 1st quarter, the Dragons got points just before the end of the 2nd when Streicher tossed one up for Goss in the back of the end zone for a 6-yd TD to make it 34-0 Pickens over Heritage as we hit the half.

 

The only score in the 3rd quarter came from the Dragons, who got the ball first to start the 2nd half. Brady Moore capped off the drive with a 1-yd TD run to make it 41-0 Pickens going to the 4th. The only score in the 4th quarter also came from the Dragons as Dawson Turner scampered in from 6-yds out to make it 48-0. Your final score, 48-0 Pickens over Heritage.

 

Stats:

Total Yards: 437

Passing Yards: 139

Rushing Yards: 298

Takeaways: 2 interceptions

PAT: 6-7

CJ Streicher: 9-12, 139 yards, 2 TD, 11 rushes, 88 yards, 1 TD, 1 punt for 45 yards

Michael Burrell: 8 rushes, 90 yards, 1 TD, 1 catch, 19 yards

Dawson Turner: 4 rushes, 33 yards, 1 TD

Trevon Hawkins: 3 rushes, 29 yards, 1 TD, 5 total tackles, 1 pass break up

Brady Moore: 9 rushes, 29 yards, 1 TD, 4 total tackles, 1 pass break up

Zach Goss: 3 catches, 57 yards, 2 TD’s

Hunter Hermann: 9 total tackles, 1 pass break up

Dallas McHale: 7 total tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 pass break up

Andrew Macom: 6 total tackles, 1 pass break up

Jay Jones: 5 total tackles, 1 interception

Kaleb Ray: 1 interception

Bailey Dispain: 1-1 on PAT

Jose Sanchez: 5-6 on PAT

 

6-AAAA Standings:

Pickens: 7-0 (3-0)

Ridgeland: 4-2 (2-0)

NW Whitfield: 4-2 (1-1)

Heritage: 2-5 (1-2)

LaFayette: 4-3 (1-2)

SE Whitfield: 3-4 (1-2)

Gilmer: 0-6 (0-2)

 

Next Week, the Dragons will take to the road to take on the Bruins of Northwest Whitfield in another major game that’ll have big implications heading towards the final stretch of the regular season. Kick off is set for 7:30 pm.

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Dragons Pick Up Region Win In First Road Game, Now 6-0 On The Season

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Last night, the PHS Dragons varsity football team took to the road for the first time in the regular season as they took on the Southeast Whitfield Raiders in a 6-AAAA region match up. Pickens, came into the game winners of 5 straight, 5-0 for the first time since 1986, & looking to continue their fast start to the season.

 

Pickens won the toss, but elected to differ to the 2nd half, giving the home standing Raiders the first shot on offense. The Dragon defense got a stop, & the offense for Pickens took over. Michael Burrell capped off their opening drive with a 6-yd TD run to make it 7-0 Dragons with 9:13 left in the first quarter. Nearly 3 minutes later, Pickens added to that lead after a 29-yd TD pass from CJ Streicher to an open Robert Davis made it 14-0 Dragons with 6:10 left in the opening quarter. Southeast Whitfield was able to cut the lead in half with a 2-yd TD run & as we’d go to the 2nd quarter, Pickens held a 14-7 lead over the Raiders.

 

Streicher, got into the end zone with a 2-yd run of his own to make it a two score game again, 21-7, with 8:32 left in the first half. The only other score in the 2nd quarter came after a beautiful throw from Streicher to Alex Snelgrove from 28-yds out to make it 28-7 Dragons, going to the break.

 

The Dragons, got the ball to start the 2nd half and at the 9:39 mark of the 3rd, added to their lead after a 5-yd TD run from Brady Moore, to make it 35-7. Davis, added a 1-yd rushing touchdown to his night to go along with his receiving touchdown in the 1st half at the 6:33 mark of the 3rd, to make it 42-7 Pickens. To cap off the 3rd quarter, Streicher would add his 3rd passing TD of the night as he threw a strike to Zach Goss. After Goss made one man miss, he was into the end zone from 25-yds out, to make it 49-7 Dragons over Southeast Whitfield, going to the 4th.

 

The lone score in the 4th, came from the Raiders after a 7-yd TD run. Your final score for the game was 49-13, Dragons.

 

Stats:

1st Downs: 16

3rd Down: 4/6

Total Yards: 456

Rush Yards: 265

Pass Yards: 191

Takeaways: 1 interception

CJ Streicher: 9/14, 191 yards, 3 TD, 6 rushes, 47 yards, 1 TD, 1 punt for 36 yards

Brady Moore: 7 rushes, 78 yards, 1 TD, 3 tackles, 1 pass break up

Robert Davis: 6 rushes, 69 yards, 1 TD, 1 catch, 29 yards, 1 TD

Zach Goss: 4 catches, 83 yards, 1 TD

Alex Snelgrove: 2 catches, 63 yards, 1 TD, 3 tackles

Trevon Hawkins: 9 tackles, 1 tackle for loss

Hunter Hermann: 8 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 sack

Dallas McHale: 7 tackles

Kaleb Ray: 7 tackles, & 1 pass break up

Jay Jones: Andrew Macom, & Clayton Holland with 6 tackles each

Logan Joiner: 7/7 on PAT

 

Pickens, will be back home next Friday as they take on the Generals of Heritage in another big 6-AAAA region game. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 pm.

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#TeamFYNSports Sports Writer Player Of The Week For Game 5: CJ Streicher

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This week’s #TeamFYNSports Sports Writer Player of the Week is Junior QB CJ Streicher. This is Cj’s 2nd player of the week honor this season. Streicher, had a big game this past Friday night against 515 rival, Gilmer Bobcats. Streicher, was effective through the air and on the ground. Streicher finished with 121 yards passing, completing 7 of 8 attempts, 3 of those 7 completions went for touchdowns to three different receivers. Streicher also ran for 124 yards & scored on a 52-yd TD run. On the night, Streicher finished with 245 yards of total offense & 4 total touchdowns helping the Dragons get a 55-6 win over Gilmer, & the first 5-0 start to a season for the Dragons since 1986.

 

You can catch CJ Streicher & the rest of the Pickens Dragons in action next Friday as they take to the road to take on the Southeast Whitfield Raiders.

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