Warren County High School traveled to Macon to face the First Presbyterian Day (FPD) Vikings, losing by the score of 49-26 on Nov. 8.
WCHS opened the scoring with a three-yard run in the first quarter, but the two-point conversion was no good, putting the Screaming Devils up 6-0. FPD soon answered with a 51-yard pass and a PAT to put them up 7-6. Warren County answered this touchdown with a one-yard run and two-point conversion to go up 14-7.
The second quarter was all FPD with the Vikings scoring four touchdowns on a two-yard run, a 22-yard pass, 21-yard pass and a 30-yard pass all with successful PATs. Going into halftime, the score was 35-14.
The Vikings scored another touchdown in the third quarter on a 37-yard pass with a successful PAT to bring the score to 42-14. Warren County scored in the third quarter as well on a four-yard run, but the two-point conversion was no good, bringing the score to 42-20.
FPD ended their scoring in the fourth quarter on a nine-yard pass with a successful PAT, bringing the score to 49-20. Warren County was able to score one more touchdown before the end of the game on a two-yard run. However, the two-point conversion was no good, finalizing the score at 49-26.
According to Hudl, Warren County ran for a total of 275 yards, with the longest being 34 yards. Quarterback Jordan Menchaca went 3-for-14 for 63 yards and two interceptions.
Warren County will travel to Terrell County, more than three hours away, to play the first round of the state playoffs on Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m.