JEFFERSON -- Jackson County used a 14-point fourth quarter rally to beat Winder-Barrow Friday night.
The Panthers scored first on a TD pass Kyle daniels to Ben Brissey in the first quarter and it stayed that way unbtil the third.
Winder-Barrow got a 38-yard field goal and a rushing touchdown to take a 10-7 into the fourth quarter.
Daniels and Brissey would connect a second time to reclaim the lead and Daivon Ledford scored on the ground to push the lead to 21-10.
Keyshaun Curry sparked the Jackson County defense with two interceptions and Xavier Harper had one for the Panthers.
Daniels finished the game 10-of-20 for 140 yards and two TDs while Dustin Scott led the ground attack for Jackson County with 120 yards on 16 carries.