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2003



State Runners-up

7-A Champions



Record: 14-1-0



DateOpponentResultScoreLocationClick for details
Fri, Aug 29Washington-WilkesW21-8T[more]
LC win ended 4-game win streak by W-W; Russell Morgan new W-W head coach, after Ross New left after one year. Despite losing key offensive lineman to injury, Devils controlled game from start to take 21-0 lead into fourth qtr.
Fri, Sep 5McCormickW41-0T[more]
Devils scored 28 points in first 12:12 of game; Travis Clark 6/10/172/0/1 & 3/32 in quarter+half of play. Devils totalled 487 yds offense.
Fri, Sep 12Athens ChristianW63-0H[more]
LC scored 50 points in first qtr, which lasted 55 minutes. Entire game played in AC territory; clock ran 2nd qtr; 3rd/4th qtrs shortened to 4.5 minutes each. Antonio Searles scored 4 TDs, 3 rushing + 1 fumble recovery in endzone. Starters played just over a quarter.
Fri, Sep 19Athens AcademyW35-7H[more]
Devils led 28-0 at half, adding 7 in third before AA scored in 4th. Travis Clark 8/20/147/1 and 6/42/1 rushing, plus two good hits on defenders. Cordarryl Coppin 3/3/96. Drum Long 2/76 and Steven Brown 3/90/1 receiving.
Fri, Sep 26CommerceW14-7H[more]
Lincoln County scored twice in the last 5 minutes of the first half, then narrowly avoided another Commerce miracle comeback in the last minutes of the game to win 14-7 and end the Tigers' 4-game win streak over the Devils.
Fri, Oct 10GMCW54-0H[more]
Devils pounded Bulldogs, leading 40-0 at the half after bettering GMC 197-0 in first half yards.
Fri, Oct 17AquinasW46-3T[more]
Devils scored on first 6 possessions. New GHSA "Mercy Rule" ran clock in second half.
Fri, Oct 24Warren CountyW55-20H[more]
Homecoming; Dedication of Thomas Bunch Fieldhouse; Travis Clark passed for 352 yards and 4 TDs and Taveras Stokes returned punts for 63 and 52-yard TDs to lead the Red Devils. Warren County's first quarter TD was the first points scored against LC in the first half this season, and the first time LC was behind in 2003.
Fri, Oct 31Johnson CountyW48-0T[more]
Steven Brown caught 3 TD passes, Travis Clark passed for 3 TD passes to lead Devils to win as their top 3 running backs out with injuries.
Fri, Nov 7Twiggs CountyW29-7T[more]
LC #1, Twiggs #4, played at "The Cobra Pit" in Jeffersonville, 3 hours away. Twiggs scored on 62yd run on first play; Devils came right back with 5 minute drive and Clark scoring from 8, and then passing for PAT and 8-7 lead. Devils added 3 TDs in second half. Twiggs had two 1000-yd runners, but held to 159 yards total.
Fri, Nov 21TempleW31-10H[more]
30yd FG by Josh Beard, 2 TDs by Shawntavius Jennings, Travis Clark 8/70 rush + 9/22/147/0 passing
Fri, Nov 28Athens AcademyW35-6H[more]
LC#1, AA finished 3rd in 8-A then upset Bowdon in first round. Travis Clark rushed for 3 TDs, passed for 1 TD and PAT.
Fri, Dec 5MetterW56-7T[more]
LC totalled 548 yards offense, scored 4 3rd qtr points in this rout. Metter 11-1, #4 in polls, QB Zach Stanford had passed for over 2800 yrds and 27 TDs, but Devils stopped him with 13/34/155/1 and 1 22yd TD. One of best LC games ever played.
Fri, Dec 12TrionW28-24T[more]
In one of the most thrilling games in the Dome and in the history of the Lincoln County program, the Red Devils picked themselves off the floor of the Dome, drove 67 yards on 4 plays in 38 seconds, and won the game with 25 seconds left. The final TD pass stopped one of the biggest comebacks in GHSA playoff history, as Trion had taken a 24-22 lead after training 22-0 at the half. The game provided revenge for the Devils against Trion, since the Bulldogs nipped the Devils 7-0 with 1:18 to go in 1974's title game
Sat, Dec 20HawkinsvilleL8-18T[more]
Hawkinsville, loaded with Division I talent, was supposed to run all over our Devils, but the Lincoln Lads quickly showed this would be a tough game. QB Travis Clark suffered a concussion on LC's second play, tried to return, but was removed in the third quarter when he couldn't remember plays. A bad officiating call on a time-our request by Hawkinsville helped those Devils scored as the first half ended, taking momentum and a 12-0 lead. LC came back on a fumble takeaway and a 25-yard run by Shawntavius Jennings to cut the lead to 12-8, but 14-0 Hawkinsville hit another long pass for 18-8 and held on to win their first title since 1959.


In 15 games:


Winning Percentage: 93.333


Total scored: 564


Total allowed: 117


Average game: 37.60-7.80


Shutouts by Red Devils: 4


Shutouts by opponents: 0


JerseyNamePositionClassWeight
1Antonio SearlesRB/DB12
2Shawntavius JenningsRB/DB10
3Chris CriteWR/DB12
4Mustafa RichardsonRB/DB11
5Nicholas FreemanRB/DB12
6Telley CheeleyQB/DE12
7Darrell NormanRB/DB9
8Belafonte DavisTE/LB11
9C. J. NormanWR/DB/K11
10Octavius AndrewsRB/LB12
11Steven BrownWR/DB11
12Taveras StokesWR/DB11
14Travis ClarkQB/P12210
15Cordarryl CoppinQB/DB11
18Austin ReedWR/DB10
24Courtney DuncanWR/DB12
25Raquino MickensRB/DB12
26Casey NormanQB/LB10
27Roncey CummingsRB/DB12
30Josh WhimbushRB/DB9
33Tyler BealeRB/DB9
34Gavin WilliamsRB/DE11
40Josh BeardRB/DE12225
42George BeardTE/DE12
44Drum LongTE/DE12
50Jeffery PorterOL/DL9
52Mark SaggusOL/DL12
53Chase McGillOL/DL10
55Brandon ReedOL/DL11
56Alterique SmithOL/DL10
57Tim JohnsonOL/DL10
58Jarius WynnOL/DL10225
59Lance BookerOL/DL12
60Jeremy CrookhamOL/DL11
61Dontai ParksOL/DL11
62Kevin FinleyOL/DL11
63Robert BilesOL/DL9
65Joe TerrellOL/DL12
66Joseph WellsOL/DL11
70Henry SettlesOL/DL9
72Craig BeckOL/DL11
74DeRon LeeOL/DL10
75Logan RhodesOL/DL9
78Alex WidemanOL/DL11
79Deonte NormanOL/DL10
80Tyson CunninghamWR/DE11
84Garrison JacksonWR/DB10
85Alex BradfordWR/DB9
87Brandon BardenWR/DB9
89Rex ReedWR/DB10


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