Wildcats fall to Broome 42-8

Will face Blacksburg Thursday in home game

Special to The Union Times

JONESVILLE — The 2020 Football Season got off to a bad start for the Jonesville Elementary-Middle School Wildcats with a loss to Broome.

In a statement released Friday, Head Coach Jay Voiselle said that the Wildcats kicked off their 2020 season Thursday (September 24) “suffering a loss to Broome 42-8.”

Reviewing the performance of his players, Voiselle said that “Jamarious Brannon played a great game for Jonesville on offense and defense for the Wildcats. Brannon had a 50-yard TD reception from Jonesville QB Jaden Fleming in the second quarter. Brannon also had 9 tackles on the night. Jamison Parks added a 2 pt conversion for the Wildcats. Reid McDade, Jayden Henderson, Rylan Lancaster and Phat Phat Brannon also played well for Jonesville.”

Analyzing Thursday’s game, Voiselle said that “Broome is a very well-coached, fundamentally sound team. We were clearly whipped in every facet of the game. We’ll regroup, stay positive, focus on the fundamentals, and see if we can have a better game on Thursday.”

Voiselle said that as of Thursday’s game Jonesville is 0-1 in conference play on the season, 0-0 in the division. He said Division foe Blacksburg comes to Jonesville Thursday, October 1 at 5 p.m.

This story courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Head Football/Head Softball Coach Jay Voiselle.