Georgia blues for Knights

By Randy Lefko Sports Editor
Posted 9/22/21

CAMDEN COUNTY - Camden County scored the first 36 points of the game in a 50-6 romp of Oakleaf High’s Knights in a contest in Chris Gilman Stadium on Friday in Camden County, Ga. Oakleaf, 2-2, …

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Georgia blues for Knights

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CAMDEN COUNTY - Camden County scored the first 36 points of the game in a 50-6 romp of Oakleaf High’s Knights in a contest in Chris Gilman Stadium on Friday in Camden County, Ga.
Oakleaf, 2-2, seemed overwhelmed with the overall team speed of the Wildcats who got multiple long touchdown runs inside and outside of the Knights defense; runs of 65 and 53 from running back Deonte Cole who finished with 196 yards and three scores on just 11 carries. Camden County rolled for 294 yards in the first half alone with five scoring drives on five possessions.
Oakleaf’s lone score was a 22 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Drew Ammon to Taylor Bradshaw, but the Knights’ were stymied to mainly three downs and punt by the Camden County defense. Ammon finished with 184 yards in the air on 20 of 36 passes. Bradshaw caught eight passes for 88 yards and the score with Rae Murray catching five passes for 32 yards.
The first half ended at 36-6.
Oakleaf continues with their usual strong schedule with Clay (2-1) and a district 1-8A slate of Sandalwood (1-3), Mandarin (1-3), Bartram Trail (3-1, beat Mandarin 23-8, lost to 6A-Tallahassee Lincoln 37-31 Sept. 10) and Creekside (4-0, beat Sandalwood 20-16, Fleming Island 26-0) to follow Clay.

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