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JSU Football wraps up J-DAY

JSU Sportswire
JSU Sportswire

In the 2015 J-DAY Spring Game, White defeated Red 17-9.

In the scrimmage, Red ran a total of 69 plays and White ran 49. In this scenario, less was more as White had 219 total yards, while running 20 less plays than Red. Red ended with 167 total yards.

Eli Jenkins led the White with two touchdowns. Jenkins passed for 151 yards completing 10-of-16 throws. He also rushed for 29 yards and a rushing touchdown of 14 yards to go with his passing touchdown.

Troymaine Pope led in rushing for White with just 36 yards. Dalton Screws was the top receiver with four catches for 43 yards and a touchdown. Screws caught a seven yard touchdown pass from Jenkins. However, Markis Merrill had the most receiving yards with 68.

On defense, Jaylen Hill led the White with eight total tackles. Darius Jackson led the Red with seven total tackles with three being tackles for losses.

For the Gamecocks Red team, Christian LeMay passed for 83 yards completing 7-of-20 passes. Dalton Etheridge also contributed at quarterback completing 7-of-11 throws with 44 yards. Miles Jones led in rushing with 40 yards and Calen Campbell ran for 36. Josh Barge led in receiving with seven catches for 91 yards.

Connor Rouleau, Cade Stinnett and Kyle Trego all made field goals in the game. Rouleau made two. One was from 44 yards out and the other from 49. Stinnett sent a 32-yd field goal through the uprights and Trego made his from 31.

The Jacksonville State Gamecocks will continue to try to get better this offseason before the first game of the season arrives on Sept. 5 when they travel to play Chattanooga.

Marvel Robinson
Sports Editor

Gamecocks get stung by Hornets 10-1

JSU Sportswire
JSU Sportswire

Jacksonville State (17-12, 6-6 OVC) fell 1-10 to Alabama State (20-11) in Montgomery on Tuesday.

The Gamecocks’ Paul Angel scored their lone run, which came in the second inning, when Gavin Golsan singled through the gap on the left field side.

Ryan Sebra lost the decision to the Hornets’ Tyler Howe. Sebra gave up five runs on three hits and two walks in two innings of play. Jesse Fry, Michael Barber and Dalton Etheridge also pitched in Tuesday’s contest.

Jacksonville State will face the Hornets again on April 15, where this time the Hornets will travel to Rudy Abbott Field.

The Gamecocks will travel to Birmingham on Wednesday to face the UAB Blazers (18-12), before returning to Jacksonville to take on OVC rival Tennessee Tech (13-18, 6-9 OVC).

Timothy Cash
Staff Writer