WARRENTON, Ga. -- Senior quarterback Dondracus Dozier had the kind of game that memories are made of last Friday night, as he threw for four touchdown passes to lead the Warren County Screaming Devils over the Glascock County Panthers 40-7 in the football season opener.
"He was unstoppable," Warren County head coach Marleau Blount said.
"Dondracus really stepped it up in the game against Glascock County. He had a great game."
Fans were as excited as could be after the big win by the Screaming Devils at Albert J. Massey Field in Warrenton.
Dozier completed all four of those touchdown passes in the first half.
The first one was on a 16-yard pass to junior tight end Ed Ricus Williams. The touchdown strike from Dozier to Williams came with 7:07 left in the second quarter. Dozier's second TD pass was a 74-yard completion to senior wide receiver Cornelius Pinkston with 3:50 left in the first half.
Less than a minute later, Dozier threw his third TD pass of the game to sophomore running back Damien Clark with 3:07 left in the second quarter.
His fourth touchdown pass of the game came with just 10 seconds left before halftime. The 61-yard TD pass was caught by senior wide receiver Jaquon Jackson.
Dozier also was Warren County's leading rusher with 115 yards on 7-carries.
Other runners with impressive rushing yards for the Screaming Devils included Coby Reynolds with 92 yards on 12 carries; Davis 63 yards on three carries; and sophomore running back Javari "Buster" Wilson 35 yards on four carries.
The Screaming Devils scored two other touchdowns via the ground. Junior fullback Davarius Davis scored the game's first TD on a 52 yard run with 11:10 remaining to be played in the first quarter. The second one came on a 42 yard run by senior running back Coby Reynolds, the fastest runner on the team. Reynolds' score came with just 41 seconds left in the third quarter.
Reynolds also ran for a two-point conversion earlier in the game.
Senior Steve Burley played well on both sides of the football and kicked a pair of extra points.
The Panthers scored their only touchdown of the game on a 51 yard run by Lewis Watkins. It came with just 2:11 left in the third quarter.
Watkins also kicked the extra point.
Warren County's Screaming Devils amassed a total of 324 yards rushing against the Panthers.
Dozier also completed 5-of-6 passes for a total of 185 yards.
This Friday night, the Warren County Screaming Devils travel to Harlem to take on the Bulldogs of head coach Jimmie Lewis. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.