Tickets Go On Sale for Lowndes at Valdosta Week of Oct 27
Tickets for this game will be sold in accordance with the Lowndes Athletic Ticket Priority Policy. All tickets are $10 each for a reserved seat.
The ticket office will be closed the week of October 20, 2014.
On Monday, October 27, beginning at 5:30 PM at the Lowndes High media center Viking Touchdown Club members may purchase tickets according to their priority level.
On Monday, October 27, at 7:00 PM Viking season ticket holders may purchase the number of season tickets they hold at Martin Stadium at the ticket office located in the Board of Education Office annex on Norman Drive. This includes Touchdown Club members who are also season ticket holders.
If available, the general public may purchase tickets beginning Tuesday October 28 at 7:00 AM. Limits, per person, will be set for purchasing tickets on Tuesday.
Due to the high demand for tickets, notes from Touchdown Club members and season ticket holders allowing others to claim their tickets will not be accepted. This does not apply to immediate family members.
Thank you for your support and Go Vikings!
Lowndes Falls to Lee County 42-30
LEESBURG — Lowndes High School expected Lee County's best Friday night.
The Vikings received just that and were unable to find an answer as the Trojans rolled to a 42-30 win at Trojan Field, dropping the No. 6 Vikings to 6-2 overall and 1-2 in Region 1-AAAAAA. Lee improved to 6-1 and 2-1 in its first season in the region.
Players of the Week: Game 7 vs Camden County
Vikings Bounce Back with a 27-21 Victory over Camden
The momentum had long since shifted to the other side of Martin Stadium on Friday night.
But after No. 8 Lowndes ran just six plays in the third quarter as No. 5 Camden County erased the two-score halftime deficit, the Vikings regrouped. One productive drive and three big defensive stands was just what Lowndes needed to edge the Wildcats 27-21 and rebound from a loss in last week’s Region 1-AAAAAA opener. Camden, meanwhile, lost a second region game in the same season for the first time since 1993 and two straight for the first time since 1990. The win was clinched on an Alex Brown interception with 70 seconds left.
“They’re a very good football team,” Lowndes coach Randy McPherson said. “I’m proud of our kids for getting this one.
“We have a good defense and I think we got better tonight. We didn’t get better last week but we got better tonight.”
Players of the Week: Game 6 vs Colquitt County
Turnovers, Penalties Result in 45-27 Loss to Colquitt
But No. 3 Lowndes still turned it over five times and were flagged 10 times for more than 100 yards in a 45-27 loss Friday at Mack Tharpe Stadium in the Region 1-AAAAAA opener.
“They definitely came in here to throw flags,” Lowndes coach Randy McPherson said. “That’s what they came here for.
“The season ain’t over. We’ve got a lot to work on, but the bottom line is you can’t make that many mistakes against a team like that.”
Congratulations, Coach McPherson on Your 200th Win!
Players of the Week: Game 5 vs Newton County
Mac’s Milestone: McPherson wins 200th game as Vikings hold off Rams
When the No. 4 Lowndes Vikings held off Newton 17-13 for a homecoming win Friday night at Martin Stadium, they also handed coach Randy McPherson his 200th career coaching win. McPherson, who recorded 71 wins at Madison County (Fla.) prior to arriving at Lowndes — where he is 129-28 — in 2002, said the milestone wasn’t about him. However, the 5-0 Vikings gave him the game ball afterwards and it was cherished.
“I know that you're talking to me about 200 wins, but it’s not about me,” he said. “We’ve had good kids, kids that did what you wanted them to do, played the game hard. Great coaches around me. It’s nice, but it’s a team sport.
“But I’m going to take the ball home, though. I’m going to put it up and hold on to it.”
Players of the Week: Game 4 vs Rockdale County
Vikings Open Up Air Attack on Rockdale County
The Vikings, ranked No. 4 in Class AAAAAA, did just that. Complementing their usual strong rushing attack out of the Wing-T with a big game passing, they rolled past the Bulldogs 45-15 at Martin Stadium on Friday.
“The way their defense was set up, they were just begging for us to throw it,” junior Gabe Nabers said.
Players of the Week: Game 3 vs Drew High
Vikings Dismember the Titans 50-14
Dezmon Copeland rushed for three first-half touchdowns against the Drew Titans.
“The key to the offense is the offensive line, and they are a really tight unit,” Lowndes coach Randy McPherson said. “They were physical and really took control.”
Players of the Week: Game 2 vs Plant High
Lowndes Powers Past Plant at Classic
On No. 10 Lowndes’ first play following the tying score, sophomore Tyson Harris zoomed up the 2-0 Vikings’ sideline for 40 yards and Nate Brantley then followed with two-yard run up the middle. Then came the Bell show.
Players of the Week: Game 1 vs Roswell
Vikings Sting Hornets in Lopsided Opener, 37-14
Vikings Announce 2014 Football Schedule
Touchdown Club Kicks Off 2014 Membership Drive!
Congratulations to These Seven Vikings College Signees!
Donte Robinson - Valdosta State, Brandon Roberts - Perdue, Arvin Berry - Brevard University ( North Carolina), Eric Hart - Shorter College ( Rome GA.), Jerome Daniels - Valdosta State, Dyshon Sims - University of Georgia,and Zack Copeland - Georgia Southern University with Head Coach Randy McPherson.
It's Kind of a Really, Really Big Deal
Touchdown Club Recognizes Video Scoreboard Sponsors
At a value of almost $500,000, this project was in the planning stages for several years and was made possible by not only the generosity of local businesses but also by the unwavering support of Viking fans over the years. No system funds or taxpayer dollars were used in the purchase of this new equipment.
Over $70,000 of the cost of this project was donated by local businesses in terms of labor, materials, and professional services, and we are deeply indebted to the following for their support.
Albany Neon Signs
Without the generous contributions of these local companies, businesses, and Viking Fans, this venture would not have been possible. To each of you we say – Thank You Very Much!
The advertising partners who purchased the static advertising panels will provide the revenue that will over the next few years pay the remaining cost of the structure. They are
The financial sponsor for the project was Farmers and Merchants Bank.
Partnering with the Touchdown Club to make this possible are Jon Bowman and the Lowndes High Band Boosters, along with John Newton and the Technology Student Association club of Lowndes High.
TD Club Meets Monday Oct. 13
All Viking Touchdown Club members and guests are encouraged to attend.
Don't Miss the Vikings Coaches Show Tuesdays from The Mill Pizzeria and on Kix Country 99.5
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