SURVIVE, ADVANCE: Fisher's last-minute TD lifts Jacksonville into quarterfinals

Nov. 17—Jim Ogle tossed four touchdown passes as Jacksonville won at Bibb County 28-21 in a Class 4A second-round playoff game Friday night.

Ogle found Monte Sinclair twice, Jackson Bonner once and Ky'Dric Fisher for the game-winner with 30 seconds to play. He completed 23 of 29 passes for 197 yards. Sinclair was his biggest target with nine catches for 98 yards.

Jacksonville will host Montgomery Catholic in the state quarterfinals next week.

Every time Jacksonville scored a touchdown, Bibb County answered with one of its own, until the Golden Eagles didn't leave the home team enough time to rally.

In the first quarter, Fisher intercepted a pass to set up a touchdown drive, with Ogle finding Sinclair for a 42-yard scoring pass and a 7-0 lead.

Bibb County tied it 7-7 in the second quarter, but Jacksonville scored late in the period to go up 14-7. The Golden Eagles got the ball with 36 seconds to go at the Bibb County 49. They drove 51 yards in five plays and scored on Ogle's 8-yard pass to Sinclair.

Late in the third period, Bibb County tied it again 14-14, but early in the fourth quarter, Ogle threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Bonner for a 21-14 advantage.

In the fourth, Bibb County tied it once again, this time 21-21 with 4:58 to play.

With 30 seconds to go, Fisher caught a touchdown pass to make it 28-21.