LETOHATCHEE -- Barbour County lost both football jamboree contests, losing to Class 1A Autaugaville (35-0) and 2A Calhoun (12-7).
The teams played two eight-minute quarters. There was no contact allowed on special teams.
Autaugaville scored first on a 50-yard touchdown run and the Eagles led the Jags, 7-0.
Autaugaville returned an interception for a TD and led 13-0 at the half.
The Eagles would lead by five scores when the game ended.
Alabama State alum Javaris Jackson is head coach of the Eagles, which had 169 yards of offense.
Barbour County, led by Interim Head Coach Rodney Lewis, had one first down, nine rushes for minus-6 yards, failed to complete a pass while tossing three interceptions.
BC junior defensive end Javier White led the defense with two tackles and a sack. Juniors Niquaves Efford and DyKerian Daffin each recovered a fumble.
Against Calhoun, the Jaguars got the first break when Walker recovered a high snap at the 15. Five plays later, Harrison scored on a quarterback sneak. Walker’s PAT gave BC a 7-0 lead.
The Tigers still trailed 7-6 when they recovered a fumble and scored from 23 yards out to take the lead at the half.
Barbour County had a drive stall inside the Calhoun 10 and failed to score in the second half.
Calhoun managed just four first downs to a mere two for Barbour County. The Tigers had 74 yards rushing and completed all five passes for 47 yards. Calhoun had 121 yards of offense.
Barbour County rushed for 40 yards and failed to complete a pass.
Jaborius Bennett led the Jaguars with 26 yards rushing. Walker led the defense with 3 tackles, while Ralphael Williams, Tyrecus Womack, Charlie Rumph and Carl Wilson had two tackles each. Daffin had a fumble recovery.