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Camden County unable to match Warner Robins’ explosive power

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.

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