SCORE BY QUARTERS
Chiles : 13 14 14 7 – 48
Leon : 0 7 6 0 – 13
Chiles : Jalen Herring, 3 run (Tyler Keltner kick)
Chiles : Herring, 57 run (run failed)
Chiles : Garrett Greene, 32 run (Keltner kick)
Leon : Paxton Tomaini, 4 run (Zach Treadway kick)
Chiles : Greene, 5 run (Keltner kick)
Chiles : Sam Neely, 1 run (Keltner kick)
Leon : Donovan Mobley, 8 pass from Tomaini (kick failed)
Chiles : Chase Gillispie, 13 run (Keltner kick)
Chiles : Gillispie, 49 run (Keltner kick)
Chiles : Gillispie 11-111, Herring 7-75, Greene 10-68, Mason Townley 1-11, Neely 1-1
Leon : Parker Wilson 15-30, Tomaini 5-27
Chiles : Greene 12-24-163-0-0
Leon : Tomaini 11-22-102-1-2
Chiles : Herring 5-76, Bryson Cooksey 4-41, Lecorey Levens 1-31, Jake Graganella 1-8, Michael Pleas 1-7
Leon : Donovan Mobley 6-84
Chiles (5-4, 1-1), next game at Deltona 11/2, 7:00 p.m.
Leon (2-7, 0-2), next game vs. Panama City Mosley, 11/1, 7:00 p.m.
The Chiles Timberwolves used a balanced offense and a stifling defense to defeat the Leon Lions 48-13 in a district game played on Friday night. The Wolves started quickly taking the first drive of the game 81 yards in 10 plays capped by a 3 yard touchdown run by Jalen Herring. Herring scored again on the second possession with a brilliant 57 yard run breaking through a pack of Leon defenders on his way to the end zone. In the second quarter Lecorey Levens intercepted a Paxton Tomaini pass at the LIon 45 and the Wolves needed three plays to score on a Garrett Greene run as Greene hurdled a defender near the goal line on his way to the score. Greene scored again in the quarter to conclude the first half scoring. A fumble recovery by Cameron Richardson on Leon’s first possession of the second half gave Chiles great field position. The T-Wolves cashed in on a short run by big Sam Neely. Chase Gillispie took over as he scored the last two Chiles’ touchdowns, the last on a 49 yard run, as he ran for a career high 111 carries. Tyler Keltner converted all six PATs he attempted. Defensively, Chiles was lead by Cameron Richardson with two fumble recoveries and a tackle for loss while Daniel Ward chipped in with three tackles for loss. Devin Harrell had the second of two interceptions. The Timberwolves conclude their regular season next Friday at Deltona. With a win, Chiles should make the playoffs for the second time in school history.