It wasn’t as easy as Columbia (2-0) made it look the week before against now-No. 11 Trinity Christian as the host Oakleaf Knights (1-1) threw everything in the kitchen sink at the visiting Tigers at The Dungeon in Orange Park Friday night.


While freshman running back Devin Outlaw had rushed for 133 yards and one touchdown for the Knights it wasn’t enough, as Columbia defensive end Le’Vonteae Camiel was the force that the Tigers needed to remain undefeated on the season.

Camiel’s effort on the night saw him end up with 11 tackles, a forced fumble, and one sack. However, the most important part might have been stopping a two-point conversion after the Knights drew within two as regulation was getting closer to the end.

Oakleaf did end up registering seven sacks total on defense as part of the effort to keep the game close.

UP NEXT: Columbia returns home next Friday night to host A’kelynn’s Angels Christian (0-2) while Oakleaf travels to nearby Ridgeview (0-2) for a Clay County showdown.

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