It was a fitting title, because the senior running back laid down the law, helping Brookville defend Stinger Stadium by fighting off visiting Amherst 36-21 in a clash between two Seminole District foes.
Friday's tense, hard-hitting rivalry game between Heritage and Brookville was one for the record books.
It's Thursday, the day before Brookville is slated to take on Heritage, and Jaylan Pannell looks down at his right knee.
"You see it?" he asks. "Looks like I got two kneecaps. Crazy."
"We know how good they are," Heritage coach Brad Bradley said. "And if we need any reminder, all we have to do is look back to March 19."
LCA sustained its momentum in the second half for a 35-7 victory over the Bees at Liberty University's Williams Stadium.
"Our determination is crazy," HHS running back and linebacker Rajan Booker said.
The Bees piled up 55 unanswered points on their way to a dominating, 68-14 victory.
BRIDGEWATER — The ground-and-pound Turner Ashby attack was nonexistent.
Tayshaun Butler took center stage on Brookville's two opening series inside the wildcat package Friday night. Then he took his team on a wild ride.
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Anitra Thomas, a Brookville alumna who spearheaded a turnaround in the E.C. Glass girls basketball program as head coach for the past two seasons, is moving up the area coaching ranks.
Jon Meeks talked about the three players seated to his left. In front of each of those athletes sat Brookville helmets and their old jerseys. But they wore college T-shirts, fitting for a moment in which the past and the future collide.