But there are some differences.
Last year, Jones County looked awful against the Demons, who scored the first four times they had the ball on the way to a 35-7 victory in Warner Robins.
This year, the Greyhounds led 8-7 at halftime at home and even managed to bounce back after an early score by the Demons in the third quarter to regain the lead briefly, 14-13, before the sixth-ranked visitors hit on several big plays to pull away for a 34-14 victory.
Now the Greyhounds find themselves at 3-2 overall and 1-1 in Region 2-AAAAA play – the same record they had at this point last season – again needing to beat Evans to keep in the running for one of the region’s four state playoff berths.
Last year Jones County spoiled Evans’ homecoming with a 41-6 victory in which the Greyhounds rushed for 521 yards.
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