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Jacobs earns first win as Elkmont coach

From staff reports

A second-quarter touchdown gave Elkmont High the only points it needed for a 7-6 win over Clements on Friday.

The victory gave Elkmont (1-1) its first win under first-year head coach Don Jacobs, a former Alabama quarterback and assistant coach at Troy.

Elkmont's Brandon Baker sprinted 35 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter, and Brandon Solomon added the extra point for a 7-0 lead.

In the third quarter, Clements scored on a 25-yard punt return by Trevor Conley, but when the Colts lined up to kick the extra point, Elkmont blocked it to remain ahead.

Holly Pond 28, Danville 7: The Hawks fell to 0-2 with a tough road loss to Holly Pond, which allowed only 80 rushing yards and none through the air.

Holly Pond managed three touchdowns in the first half before Danville managed to score before halftime.

Levi George rushed 3 yards for a touchdown, and Corey Evans kicked the extra point. Holly Pond scored again in the fourth quarter.

Holly Pond's Joey Hawkins rushed for one touchdown and threw for another.

Colbert County 48, West Limestone 20: The visiting Wildcats fell at 10th-ranked Colbert County, which got three touchdown runs and 231 rushing yards from Jamarcus Goodloe.

West Limestone (1-1) got six points in the second and third quarters and eight in the fourth.

Chris Wilbanks scored on a 7-yard run. Ross Leonard added an 18-yard scoring pass from Wilbanks.

Alex Taylor scored on a 7-yard run, and a safety rounded out West Limestone's points.

Class 3A

Elkmont 7, Clements 6

Holly Pond 28, Danville 7

Colbert County 48,

West Limestone 20

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