Lee defeated First Coast in high school football Saturday.

LEE 29, FIRST COAST 21

Star of the game: Jurial Caldwell was Lee’s top receiver this week with two touchdown receptions, and a total of 101 yards on six receptions to lead the Generals to a comeback win over First Coast in District 2-7A play.

Turning point: After a failed two-point conversion Lee trailed 21-20 in the fourth quarter, and with time running out Lee needed a shift in momentum. The momentum changed when defensive back Jonathan Robinson returned an interception for a 65-yard touchdown. Following that play, First Coast fumbled the ball on the 45-yard line and Lee's Kevonte Doles returned it to the 15. Clivenson Orelus eventually kicked a 30-yard field goal to extend the Generals' lead to 29-21.

Covering the run: First Coast's rushing offense set the tone early in the game, forcing Lee (6-1, 2-1) to make major halftime adjustments to cover the run. Lee's defense allowed a total of 252 rushing yards.

Fast facts: Closely behind Caldwell among Lee receivers were Tahveon Nicholson with 88 yards and Terry McKinney with 85. ... Darius Lewis kept the rushing offense a continuous threat throughout the game for First Coast (3-4, 0-2), gaining 164 yards on 25 carries with his strength and ability to evade defenders.

They said it: “When we needed a play, we had some young guys step up and make some plays…..Jonathan Robinson with the interception for a touchdown. We were able to get a special teams turnover. That gives the offense and defense energy to feed off on. We were able to capitalize on that and win." - Lee head coach O.J. Small.