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FOOTBALL PHOTOS: JCCHS 7, Oglethorpe Co. 0
FOOTBALL PHOTOS: JCCHS 7, Oglethorpe Co. 0
Friday, October 1. 2010
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Walnut Grove vs. Jackson Co.
Jackson Co. vs. Elbert Co.
With the message "It will be done," the Jackson County football team bursts through the banner toward the crowd before Friday night's homecoming win over Oglethorpe County. Photo by Ben Munro
The Panther mascot pulls double duty as a cheerleader Friday before Jackson County's homecoming game with Oglethorpe County. Photo by Ben Munro
Jackson County defensive backs K.J. Washington (left) and Miguel Guereca (right) talk strategy before kickoff Friday night. Photo by Ben Munro
Jackson County's Austin McDonald catches a pass and heads upfield during Friday's victory over Oglethorpe County. Photo by Ben Munro
Garrett Holt (left) and Trey PettyJohn (right) wrap up an Oglethorpe County ball carrier Friday. Photo by Ben Munro
An Oglethorpe County ball carrier gets to the outside as Jackson County's Kelly Moates pursues. Photo by Ben Munro
Panther quarterback Tony Holton gets rid of the ball as he's forced out of the pocket by Oglethorpe County's pass rush. Photo by Ben Munro
Austin McDonald (left) and Michael Lewis (right) celebrate after McDonald's 20-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Photo by Ben Munro
Samantha Kennett, who gets a hug from a band member, was named Jackson County's 2010 homecoming queen. Photo by Ben Munro
Jackson County returns to the field for the second half Friday. Photo by Ben Munro
Panther receiver Michael Lewis is hit immediately after catching a pass Friday. Photo by Ben Munro
Jackson County's Austin Van Allen records a quarterback sack Friday night in the Panthers' win over Oglethorpe County. Photo by Ben Munro
Austin Van Allen celebrates after his quarterback sack Friday. Photo by Ben Munro
Nick Oney brings down an Oglethorpe County ball carrier Friday night as Jackson County's defense recorded a shutout. Photo by Ben Munro
Jackson County's cheerleaders fire up the crowd. Meanwhile, the Panthers are all business on the sideline. Photo by Ben Munro
Jackson County quarterback Jalen Banks looks for an open receiver Friday night. Photo by Ben Munro
Jackson County's Andy Williams celebrates after the Panthers' final defensive stand Friday. Photo by Ben Munro
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