Oh snap! Lions lose

Cameron Lifsey   Cameron Lifsey breaks off a big run against Trinity Christian Friday night.

Cameron Lifsey

Cameron Lifsey breaks off a big run against Trinity Christian Friday night.

LOGANVILLE — Loganville Christian Academy’s goal of pursuing a state championship in football came up one point short in the first round of playoffs as they fell short to Trinity Christian (Dublin) 7-6 here Friday.

“It was our best game of the season,” LCA head coach Andre King said, “but we did miss some opportunities to make plays and we came up a little short.”

LCA (4-8) trailed the entire game after Trinity scored late in the first quarter.

The Lions’ only score came on a 66-yard pass from Cam Anderson to Jordan Jackson. A missed snap/hold kept the Lions from tying the score at the end of the second quarter.

“We didn’t win with special teams,” King said. “Our offense and defense played a great game but you have to win with special teams when everything else is equal.”

Anderson was 7 for 19 and 149 yards. Jackson caught four passes for 122 yards.