PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WTXL) - The East Gadsden Jaguars haven't had the season head coach Corey Fuller wanted in his first season back. The Jags were 0-6 heading into Thursday's District match-up with Rutherford.
The home Rams scored first, but Thomas Jones finally got the Jags on the board with a QB sneak in the second quarter. Most of the action in this one happened in the second half, with Rutherford scoring in the final 25 seconds to win 28-26.
East Gadsden returns home next week when they host Jefferson County.