The Lynn Camp Wildcats had their hands full early, but stepped up in the second half and pulled away for a 32-16 victory at Jackson County.
The Generals didn't have an answer for Lynn Camp's ground game as the Wildcats ran for 270 yards, while only allowing 78 rushing yards.
Chase Brown led the Wildcats with 150 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries, while Jayden Dunn finished with 97 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries. Luke Ledington connected on three of four extra-point attempts.
"Jackson County came out with a great game plan," Lynn Camp coach Allen Harris said. "They executed their game plan perfectly and didn't make any mistakes. They also took a lot of time off the clock while doing it. Our kids also came out unfocused and overconfident in the first half."
Harris made some adjustments at halftime and they paid off for the Wildcats.
"Although we made several costly mistakes in the second half, we were able to hold Jackson to zero first downs in the second half," Harris said. "We did what we had to do and was able to come away with the win."
"Our team learned that you have to prepare every week and remain focused no matter who you are playing."