Wildcats fall to EP Todd 45-14


Jonesville to host Landrum Oct. 19

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Image courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School The Jonesville Middle School Football Team lost to EP Todd 45-14 this past Wednesday. The Wildcats will host Landrum on Thursday, Oct. 19.


JONESVILLE — The Jonesville Middle School Football Team is now 3-2 for the season after Wednesday’s 45-14 loss to EP Todd.

In a statement released Thursday, Coach Jay Voiselle said that the undefeated EP Todd Tigers scored on their first offensive play of the game, and never looked back, dominating the Wildcats.

Voiselle said that Jabryson Hunter led the way passing for Jonesville, hitting Tucker Henderson for a 70-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. He said the offense finally got moving for the Wildcats as Hunter hit Branson Cook, Javarius Stewart, and Caleb Bright for nice pass plays. The Tigers, however, shut Jonesville down in the second half, capitalizing on what Voiselle said were special teams and big offensive plays, resulting in the win. He said that Evan Threadgill and Hunter led the Wildcats in rushing.

“We were dominated by EP Todd,” Voiselle said. “No question about it. They are a heck of a team. We knew we would have to play our best game against them. We ended up playing our worst and that can’t happen against a good team like this. We’ve got to shake this off and re-focus. We still have a lot to play for, some more goals on the board to shoot for.”

Voiselle said that the Wildcats will host Landrum on Thursday, Oct. 19 at 5 p.m.

Image courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School The Jonesville Middle School Football Team lost to EP Todd 45-14 this past Wednesday. The Wildcats will host Landrum on Thursday, Oct. 19.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_web1_JEMS-logo.jpgImage courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School The Jonesville Middle School Football Team lost to EP Todd 45-14 this past Wednesday. The Wildcats will host Landrum on Thursday, Oct. 19.
Jonesville to host Landrum Oct. 19

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