To beat Warner Robins you have to outscore Warner Robins. To outscore Warner Robins you better set your scoring sights on the century mark – at least – because that’s what it’s going to take to outscore Warner Robins.
Camden County found that out the hard way Friday at home. It attempted to outscore the Demons – in all fairness it did keep up for the better part of the first two quarters – and came up 77-34 losers. Warner Robins amassed 678 yards of total offense in the process. Christon Lane threw for 343 of that, while going 17-for-21. Malcolm Brown accounted for another 179 in rushing on 23 attempts and Daveon Walker netted 142 on seven catches.
Brown put Warner Robins on the board first with a three-yard run. Daniel Barber made the point after. In fact he made “all” 11 points after.
Jadin Jones on a 31-yard rush, coupled with Adonis Coyle’s point after tied it, but not for long. The Demons drove. The Demons scored. Lane finished this one off from the 7.
A Wildcats fumble put Warner Robins back in business again, the game moving into the second. It scored on Jafredrick’s three-yard run.
Jones cut it to a score with a 59-yard run and a Demons fumble helped set up the tie, 21-all, after Gray Loden found Anthony Harbrouck on a 28-yard pass.
Lane found D.K. Sturn after that for a 20-yard touchdown pass. That made it 28-21. Coyle made a 33-yard field goal to make it 28-24.
Warner Robins pulled away from there. Perry’s 70-yard run made it 35-24. Lane’s 25-yard pass to Walker made it 42-24. Coyle did connect from 25 yards out to make it 42-27, which is where it stood at the half.
The third started with a Camden punt and proceeded with more scoring by the Demons. Lane hit Deuce Petty on an 89-yard touchdown pass to make it 49-27. He then hit Walker again, this time on a 29-yard pass, to make it 56-27. Brown’s 12-yard run made it 63-27. Jay Carter’s scoop and score from 45 yards out just as the third was coming to a close made it 70-27.
Some subs put it at a bit of a stalemate – punts by both – before a Wildcats fumble set up Cam Flowers’ six-yard touchdown run. That made it 77-27.
The Wildcats managed to slip in one last score on a 70-yard pass from Greyson Hicks to Ronald Spradley-Pettos. That came with 27 seconds left.
Warner Robins improved to 6-0. Camden County dropped to 4-3.