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Timberwolves celebrate Homecoming Game; New Chiles royalty crowned

Nov 03, 2022 03:16PM ● By Patricia Smith

Everyone loves the cooler weather, right?

Mother Nature took the opportunity to blast Tallahassee with a freezing cold temperature spike just in time for the Lawton Chiles 2022 Timberwolves Homecoming game night held on October 20.

It was so cold, the Homecoming court stayed indoors until halftime to stand shivering on the field while awaiting the exciting news of who would be the newly crowned Homecoming King and Queen.

The Timberwolves football team ran through their game banner more than ready to show the American Collegiate Academy Rough Riders a glimpse of what to expect for an outcome.

It was no surprise when Chiles Senior Running Back Tre Jones (#0) made the first touchdown.

After accomplishing three touchdowns, 87 total rushing yards, and eight carries for the entire game, Jones was selected as Overall and Offensive Player of the game.

He is also one of Chiles top ranked performers in the 4s Florida Division with 1367 rushing yards.

The halftime score was 41-0 as the Chiles band entered the field followed by the Homecoming Court.

Shortly after it was announced that Harold Tu and Maddie Hougland were the new Timberwolves Homecoming King and Queen.

Tu and Hougland stood on the field with all the glamour of a Hollywood duo: smiling, waving, and posing for pictures in a celebrity manner after they were crowned.

Harold Tu and Maddie Houghland named Chiles Homecoming King and Queen

Minutes after the Homecoming ceremony, the wolfpack was back on the field.

They made the only touchdown of the 3rd quarter and no scores for either team were made in the 4th.

The final score was Lawton Chiles: 48, and American Collegiate: 6.

Chase Harllee (#1) was selected Defensive Football Player of the Game for his 7 solo tackles.

Quarterback Taylor Jacobs (#13) made a perfect and successful 34-yard pass to Luke Aiken (#9) who was selected Special Teams Football Player of the game for making the touchdown catch in the endzone.

He also made a touchdown from a kickoff return.

The next home game is scheduled for November 4 at 7 p.m., when they face-off with the Gadsden County Jaguars who only have two wins under their belt for this season thus far.