Blackman vs. Lincoln Co High School Football Highlights





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Published on Oct 8, 2009

Deshawn Smith #7, I'tavious Mathers #4 Jacques Smith #22 Jes Patton #44, Tyrek Collier #5 It was Blackman's first road game of 2009. However, it didn't take the Blaze long to make themselves at home. Senior running back DeShawn Smith scampered 65 yards for a touchdown on Blackman's second play from scrimmage. From there, the visiting Blaze were never threatened, coasting to a 41-0 victory over Lincoln County here Friday night at The Pit. The Blaze ground game one-upped last week's 209-yard rushing performance against Tullahoma, tallying 322 yards in the first half alone. Three Blackman backs finished with at least 80 rushing yards, led by 131 yards on 9 carries by sophomore I'tavious Mathers. Smith finished with 128 yards and two touchdowns on six carries, while quarterback Tyrek Collier threw for a score, ran for a score and finished with 82 yards rushing on just five carries. The offensive line paved the way for 400 rushing yards on 36 carries, an 11.1 per carry average. Not to be outdone, the Blaze defense again brought its A-game. Blackman (2-0)
surrendered just 51 yards in the first half and ran their scoreless quarters streak to 10, dating back to last season. After Jacques Smith's one-yard run staked Blackman to a 14-0 lead, Lincoln County had a chance to cut into the Blaze lead. However, the Blackman defense held, Blaze senior linebacker Jason Gann stepped in front of a pass at the 4, returning it to the Blackman 10. From there, Blackman needed just six plays to march 90 yards, capped by DeShawn Smith's 24-yard run to make the score 21-0 with 11:28 left in the first half. The second half was more of the same for Blackman, as the Blaze forced a fumble on Lincoln County's first play from scrimmage. Junior safety Jake Armstrong recovered, and on the first play of the series Collier hit Justin Crutchfield for a 13-yard touchdown pass and a 35-0 lead just 23 seconds into the third quarter. For the game, Lincoln County (0-1) was limited to just 132 yards of total offense.

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