The Lynn Camp Wildcats defeated Jellico Tennessee on Friday night, 22-18, for their first win of the season. Jellico got on the scoreboard first when Keanu Nolan was tackled in his own end zone for a safety that produced a 2-0 lead. Jellico wasted no time for the second score of the game taking the next possession down the field for 66 yards on seven plays to find the end zone with 3:00 remaining in the first quarter for a 10-0 lead. Lynn Camp (1-2) held tough in the second quarter with two interceptions; one by Brenton Medlin that set up a six yard rushing touchdown by Keanu Nolan and a 64 yard touchdown interception by Tyler Emery for a 10-14 halftime lead. Lynn Camp stretched their lead to 12 with 1:37 remaining in the third quarter when Jordan Steele scored on a three yard run from scrimmage to find the end zone. Jellico cut the lead to four on a five yard touchdown run with 8:49 remaining in the fourth quarter. Lynn Camp managed to hold on with an interception by Dylan Brown with 3:28 remaining that allowed them to run the clock out for their first win of the season. Head Coach Phil Russell said after the game that he would not call it an ugly win that all wins are beautiful in his eyes. “This team is resilient. I told them early in the week that you can not take any team for granted. We can build off this win and become a much better team” said Russell. The Wildcats will be back in action on Sep. 12 when they travel to Harlan to take on the Green Dragons.