After securing their first ever win in 15 years over Lincoln last year , the Chiles Timberwolves were fired up to win there second district win of the year and a second win over there cross town rivalry. Lincoln fumbled twice but was able to over come there turnover problems to hold on to a 17-14 victory. This game was played for the first time at Chiles home stadium, which brought much excitement to the 2,500 fan that attended the game. With this victory Lincoln moves into first place in the 2-7A District.
As a starting fullback on the Chiles football team. Daniel is a two year letterman who is holding a 4.05 GPA. He is a volunteer counselor at the Beau Turner Youth Conservation Center, and spends many hours volunteering at a local sports camp as well as multiple homeless shelters. After graduation, Daniel plans to study petroleum engineering at either LSU or University of Louisiana Lafayette.
Thomas is a three year starter for the Lincoln varsity football team, Thomas plays both offense and defense for the Trojan, and is a member of the Lincoln Wrestling and Weight lifting team. Thomas hold a 3.93 GPA and plans to attend college and study Sports Psychology after graduation.
As captain of the 2015 Chiles football team, Jordan lead his team to a 17-14 victory over Lincoln. Jordan never came off the field, accumulating four tackles and three quarterback pressures on defense, Jordan also lead the offense in rushing over 150 yards for the game. Jordan attends Tallahassee Community College where he is involved in numerous activities.
Ryan played on two state championships for the Lincoln Trojans Football team. Upon graduation, Ryan attended the University of South Florida where he was a three time Academic All American. Ryan is a successful entrepreneur and the author of book The Cost of Greatness.