Lee County Rolls On – Beats Union Pines 46-6

The Lee County Yellow Jackets rolled up 580 yards of total offense and won on Homecoming Night 46-6 over Union Pines.   Colin Johnson provided 343 yards of total offense to lead Lee County and AJ Boulware added 177 yards on 23 carries and one score.   The Lee County run defense held the Vikings to 49 yards on 24 carries and kept the UPines passing game in check to get the win.   Lee County is now tied atop the Tri-County 3A Conference at 2-0 with crosstown rival Southern Lee and will play next week at Harnett Central.   Union Pines falls to 5-3 overall and 1-1 in conference play.   The Vikings will host Southern Lee next Friday night.

Scoring

Union Pines      0     0     6     0     6

Lee County      15   10    7    14   46

Scoring Summary

LC – AJ Boulware 3 Run (2-pt conversion good)

LC – Colin Johnson 26 pass to Jayden Chalmers (Trey Underwood kick)

LC – Underwood 41 FG

LC – Johnson 6 pass to Chalmers (Underwood kick)

UP – Tyreek McKoy 8 run (kick failed)

LC – Johnson 40 pass to Desmond Evans (Underwood kick)

LC – Larry Baldwin 11 run (Underwood kick)

LC – Johnson 20 pass to Jackson Lamb (Underwood kick)

Rushing

UP – McKoy 12-21, Smith 3-15, Board 9-13 Total 24-49

LC – Boulware 23-177, Johnson 6-88, Baldwin 6-25, Marcus Gray 3-29, Will Patterson 1-6   Team Total 39-325

Passing

UP – Rory Board 15-34-184

LC – Colin Johnson 22-34-255

Receiving

UP – Jacob Bowbliss 4-73, McKoy, 5-42, Archie Chandler 2-38, Hyder 1-4, Jones 2-32, Dull 1-(-5), Total 15-184

LC – Chalmers 7-101, Jordan Batts 2-29, Jackson Lamb 2-31, Boulware 2-0, Teerius Austin 2-19, Timmy Lett 2-10, Tyric McKendall 2-14, Evans 2-46, Berdecia 1-5 Total 22-255

  • Colin Johnson was the Normann Financial Group Player of the Game and his pass to Desmond Evans was the F&W Playhouse Play of the Game.      
  • Lee County has their best offensive night of the season with 580 yards of total offense.
  • Jordan Batts had two interceptions on the night and the Yellow Jacket increased their season turnover margin to +12.