WARRENTON, Ga. -- After being shut out the week before by the Lincoln County Red Devils, the Warren County High Screaming Devils returned to the gridiron and trounced Twiggs County 46-13 last Friday night.
The Screaming Devils of head coach Marleau Blount, now 4-2 overall and 1-1 in Region 7-A, scored a pair of touchdowns in the first quarter and never had to wonder which way the game would end up.
The Screaming Devils won't be back in action until Oct. 15 when they play host to the Hancock Central Bulldogs at Albert J. Massey Field in Warrenton.
Senior quarterback Dondracus Dozier found Edricus Williams open down field on what turned out to be a 57-yard touchdown pass early in the game. It seemed to set the tone for the remainder of the game. The score gave the Screaming Devils a quick 6-0 lead.
Dozier, who has had some impressive outings this season, demonstrated his throwing abilities again with just 53 seconds left in the first quarter, as he completed a 50-yard touchdown pass to Cornelius Pinkston. Steve Burley kicked the extra point, which gave Warren County a 13-0 lead.
In the second quarter, Warren County senior running back Coby Reynolds scored on a 15 yard run with 4:11 to play in first half action. Burley kicked the extra point, thus giving the Screaming Devils a 20-0 lead.
Twiggs County got on the scoreboard with their first touchdown of the game with just nine seconds left before halftime. It came on a 33-yard pass from quarterback Shaquille Sanders to Demarqueious Jolley. Sanders kicked the extra point, which cut Warren County's lead to 20-7 at halftime.
The second half of the game was totally dominated by the Screaming Devils.
Warren County struck for a total of four touchdowns -- two in each the third and fourth quarters.
Getting the scoring honors in the third quarter were Jacquez Menchacha on an 8-yard run and Pinkston on a 30-yard pass reception from Dozier with 3:39 left to play in the third quarter.
The fourth quarter saw Buster Wilson score on a 1-yard run. Later in the game, Warren County's Davarius Davis scored on a 10 yard run.
Coby Reynolds was the leading rusher for Warren County with 114 yards on 13 carries.