After playing mistake-free ball for the first two weeks of the season, youthfulness caught up to the young JV Seahawks at the hands of the Florida High Seminoles by a score of 28-0.

"We were just beat by a much better team, no way around it," said Coach Brock Johnson, "They made us pay for every mistake we gave them."

It looked as though the Seahawks would capitalize first after an interception by Blakely Curry on Florida High's first drive, but two consecutive negative plays followed by a blocked punt which resulted in a Florida High touchdown kept the momentum in the favor of the Seminoles.

"I was actually pleased with the way we played on defense, we were aggressive to the ball but they were just a much faster ball team, they had two kids that could really run and we had trouble once they broke containment off the edges."

Some key players for the game were Larry Winchester (42 yards rushing, and eight tackles), Tre Jones (nine tackles) and Jimmy Adair (nine tackles).

The JV Hawks will travel to Wewahitchka this Thursday for the final away game of the season before finishing with three consecutive home games.