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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Cavs can’t stop Williams, Kearney
The Caroline Cavaliers could not contain an experienced Dinwiddie offense, giving up over 500 yards in a 50–20 home loss to the Generals.
Dinwiddie rode their dynamic senior duo of quarterback Ronald Kearney and running back Sadarius Williams to a 29–7 lead by halftime and never looked back.
“That’s a very good football team,” said Caroline coach Jeremiah Ross after the game. “They’ve got some creatures, man.”
The most dominant “creature” was Williams, who torched the Cavaliers for 233 yards on just 16 carries, scoring three touchdowns.
A bright spot for Caroline was the play of sophomore quarterback Rasharrd Harris, who threw for 295 yards and two touchdowns.
“Coach said to go to the short game,” Harris said. “Just wanted to keep spreading it out and work our way down the field.”
Caroline (0–3) has a bye next Friday and will travel to John Champe on Sept. 27.
Di-S. Williams 52-yard run (C. Bell kick)
Di-R. Goodwyn 2-yard run (C. Bell kick)
Di-S. Williams 19-yard run (C. Bell kick)
Di-D. Wilson 22-yard pass from R. Kearney (kick failed)
Ca-K. Johnson 37-yard pass from R. Harris (B. Garcia kick)
Di-S. Williams 11-yard run (C. Bell kick)
Ca-K. Johnson 24-yard pass from R. Harris (B. Garcia kick)
Di-R. Kearney 47-yard run (C. Bell kick)
Di-J. Lyons 11-yard run (C. Bell kick)
Ca-B. Braxton 52-yard interception (kick failed)
Rushing: Caroline—Chad Boxley 9-50; Brando Garcia 2-4; Aason Pankey 2-2; Rasharrd Harris 7-(-10); Team Team 2-(-39). Dinwiddie—Sadarius Williams 16-233, 3TD; Ronald Kearney 6-86, TD; Rashaad Goodwyn 3-14, TD; Ethan Eubank 3-13; James Lyons 1-11, TD; Rashard Hicks 3-4; Deon Beasley 2-(-4).
Passing: Caroline—Rasharrd Harris 20-46-0 295, 2TD. Dinwiddie—Ronald Kearney 12-19-0 172, TD; Ethan Eubank 0-1-1 0.
Receiving: Caroline—Darius Leacock 7-136; Keyshawn Johnson 6-107, 2TD; Aason Pankey 5-39; JaQuen Monroe 2-13. Dinwiddie—Wes Reed 3-50; Dakarai Wilson 2-41, TD; Sadarius Williams 3-38; Elijah Harris 1-30; Donavan McCrea 1-10; Rashad Stewart 1-3; Rashaad Goodwyn 1-0.