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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Lawson, Knights earn road win
SPOTSYLVANIA 38, SOUTHAMPTON 3
Blair Lawson ran for one touchdown and returned an interception for another in Spotsylvania’s 38–3 win at Southampton Friday night.
Jon Hall added an interception and a 97-yard fumble return for a touchdown for the Knights (2–1), who forced six turnovers and scored 38 unanswered points.
Nate Haynes and Charlie Petit each ran for a touchdown for Spotsylvania, which hosts Eastern View next Friday.
Matt Zimmerman kicked three extra points and a 35-yard field goal.
JAMES MONROE 34, PETERSBURG 0
Jarmal Bevels caught four touchdown passes from Jay Scroggins in the Yellow Jackets’ road victory.
James Monroe’s defense forced forced four turnovers, including an interception that Raheem White returned for a touchdown.
JM (2–2) is off next Friday before hosting Essex on Oct. 4.
EASTERN VIEW 63, HANDLEY 28
Kendrick Kube ran for 263 yards and four touchdowns as the Cyclones routed visiting Handley and improved to 4–0 for the first time in school history.
Josh Stallings passed for 239 yards and three touchdowns for Eastern View. Jacob Settle caught two of the scoring passes and Rajee Brown one.
The Cyclones rushed out to a 21–0 lead after one quarter and never looked back. They’ll visit Spotsylvania next Friday.
CULPEPER 21, FLUVANNA 16
Jeremy Robson ran for one touchdown and passed for another as the Blue Devils earned their second straight win.
Bill Hogan ran for 96 yards and Culpeper (2–2), including the eventual game-winning touchdown in the third quarter. The Blue Devils won despite allowing 213 passing yards.
Culpeper hosts Courtland next Friday in a matchup of former Battlefield District rivals.
SUSSEX CENTRAL 54, COLONIAL BEACH 22
Nick Graves passes for touchdowns to Andrai Turner and Mike Mothershead in the second quarter, but it wasn’t enough to overcome visiting Sussex Central.
The Tigers (3–1) racked up 464 yards and six scores on the ground in the victory.
The Drifters (1–2) visit King George next Friday.
RAPPAHANNOCK 27, WASHINGTON & LEE 20
Treshaun Brown went 14-for-32 passing for 195 yards, a touchdown and an interception as visiting Washington & Lee came up just short of a comeback win.
D.J. Weldon (9 carries, 79 yards) and Marion Pollard (11-45) carried the load on the ground for the Eagles (1-2), while Davon Hamilton had seven receptions for 102 yards and a score.