October 9th Friday Night Endzone

By: Jed Gamber Email
By: Jed Gamber Email

October 9th 2009

Western Albemarle took the field at Charlottesville High School on Friday night looking to go 6-0 on the season, but took on a tough Black Knights team that won their last three contests. Charlottesville looked to have things well in hand and held a 13-7 lead into the fourth quarter. After a costly interception however, the Warriors turned on the jets and scored 20 unanswered points and walked away with a 27-13 win in our game of the week.

Louisa and Orange are both coming off tough losses heading into Friday, and after a tough battle it was Louisa squeezing out a win 19-16 over the Hornets. Orange loses it's second straight game.

Monticello took on Jefferson District newcomers Goochland on their new turf field. However a lot of early scoring from Goochland put the Mustangs on their heels early. The Bulldogs cruised to a 57-34 win.

Rodney Redd and the Fluvanna Flucos welcomed William Monroe to their home field tonight in a tough Jefferson District match-up. Not tough enough for Fluvanna as the Flucos roll 39-7 the final. William Monroe still winless this season.

Albemarle also could not get their first win. The Patriots took their show on the road to unbeaten Riverbend, but could not pull off the win. A 47-6 loss, the Pats now 0-6 on the season.

Nelson took their homefield on Friday against Gretna, and despite grabbing the early lead, it was the Hawks fighting their way into the second half and grabbing a 36-14 win.

Madison is still undefeated. The Mountaineers took on Stonewall Jackson where Logan Terrell put on a show. A 48-7 thrashing at the hands of Madison, they improve to 6-0 on the year.

In private school action, Fork Union and STAB saw action on Friday night. The Blue Devils took on St. Christophers and held the Saints off the board, 24-0 in the first half. From there the Devils rolled to a 37-13 win. St. Anne's welcomed Episcopal to their turf field, and after being held off the scoreboard in the first half, the Saints turned it on in the second half on the legs of Aaron Clark and walked away with a 26-7 win.

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