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(Report provided by Scrimmage Play)
It wasn’t perfect. It wasn’t even pretty. But Charlottesville ended a two-season long drought against Jefferson District foes with a 41-34 victory over Fluvanna County at home Friday night in the driving rain.
The last time Charlottesville won a Jefferson District game, it was against Orange County, now a Group AAA school. Most of the key players involved Friday night were freshmen or eighth graders.
The Black Knights’ defense, which has been suspect at times this season, got stops throughout the first half which allowed Charlottesville to build a 21-7 halftime lead. Wynter Warren also had an interception for the Black Knights off a tipped ball in addition to Spivey’s playmaking.
CHS quarterback Rashard Davis finished the game with 4 touchdowns - 3 rushing and 1 passing - on top of being crowned Homecoming King. Running back Chris Thurston added two touchdown runs to complete the scoring.
The Flucos were led by Quan Washington, who had two kickoff returns for touchdown and caught a touchdown pass as time expired. The Flucos, however, struggled to move the ball, again, with right around 200 yards of total offense and a slew of turnovers.