September 11th Friday Night EndZone

September 11, 2009

Western Albemarle traveled to Albemarle for its first road game of the season on Friday, and left wtih its first 3-0 start since 2003. The Warriors topped the Patriots, 42-7. Western held a 21-0 lead after the first quarter, and overcame a rough third quarter in terms of turnovers. Albemarle falls to 0-2 on the season.

Monticello looked for its 22nd straight home win, but fell short, as Huguenot topped the Mustangs, 26-20. C.J. Page had 95 rushing yards in the rush, while Tyler Moneymaker rushed for two touchdowns. The Mustangs fall to 1-1, and host Powhatan next Friday.

Charlottesville traveled to James Monroe, and left on the losing end of a 34-0 score to the defending state champions. The Knights will host Albemarle next Friday in their first home game of the season.

Louisa went on a scoring rampage, topping Spotsylvania Friday, 62-15. The Lions led 56-7 at the half, and cruised to the win.

Madison headed to William Monroe in a non-district rivalry game, and the Mountaineers were able to improve to 2-0 on the year. Madison topped the Dragons, 57-7.

Orange looked to bounce back after a rough trip to Chancellor last week, and did so in a big way. The Hornets won at Culpeper, 48-8. Tyrone Ellis had 171 total yards in the Orange victory.

In other action, Nelson fell to Riverheads, 37-21, while Buckingham improved to 3-0 with a 49-14 win over Prince Edward.

Saint Anne's Belfield traveled to Fork Union to open its 2009 schedule on Friday afternoon, but the Blue Devils had everything going right. FUMA topped STAB, 29-0.

Meanwhile, Covenant grabbed a win against Flint Hill. The Eagles topped the Huskies, 36-28. Lee Coppock threw for 191 yards, while Chris Shifflett had 72 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

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