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Lincoln 24, Gobdy 7 (11/11/10)

November 12, 2010

by Jon Ford

On the same day the nation was celebrating Veterans Day, Godby-Lincoln was set to kick-off at Gene Cox Stadium in Tallahassee. It was a cool night and the fans were excited about the match up. With both teams already claiming playoff spots, it was time now to earn bragging rights.

The 1st quarter was full of excitement with both teams airing it out for scores. Lincoln was the first to put 6 on the board with 6-yard pass thrown by #10. Shortly after that, Godby released their own air attack with a 60-yard bomb.

Lincoln answered with two more touchdowns to end the half leading 21-7. Their last score just before the half ended was a spectacular catch on the one yard line, which allowed highly recruited running back Javoris Allen to go in nearly untouched.

Godby never recovered from the late touch down by Lincoln, coming out flat in the second half and never getting the momentum for a come-back. Lincoln added a field goal to top off their victory at 24-7.

Allen added some hardwear to his trophy case as media covering the game unanimously voted him MVP.


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