September 9, 2011
Week 2 of the high school football season saw a handful of local schools take the field for their season openers, including the Louisa County Lions. After having its first game postponed due to damage from the earthquake on Aug. 23, Louisa hosted rival Orange in our Game of the Week.
The Lion sprinted to a 21-0 first quarter lead and never looked back, beating the Hornets 48-21 to win the annual "Battle For The Gordonsville Tastee Freeze".
In other local action, St. Anne's Belfield did not get its State Championship defense off on the right foot, losing 32-27 to Bishop Sullivan at home. William Monroe moved to 2-0 on the young season with an impressive road win over previously undefeated Spotswood, 27-24.
Below is your Week 2 FNE Football scoreboard round-up and a look at our Week 3 matchups.
Week 2 Scores
Louisa 48 - Orange 21
Christchurch 39 - Covenant 0
William Monroe 27 - Spotswood 24
Bishop Sullivan 32 - STAB 27
Monticello 42 - Albemarle 14
Madison 36 - Luray 13
Goochland 46 - Fluvanna 7
Central (Lunenburg) 34 - Nelson 13
Eastern View 39 - Charlottesville 6
Georgetown Prep 41 - FUMA 6
Week 3 Matchups
Colonial Forge @ Albemarle
FUMA @ Goochland
Prince Edward @ Buckingham
Virginia Episcopal @ STAB
Broadway @ William Monroe
Courtland @ Louisa
Culpeper @ Orange
Fluvanna @ Spotsylvania
Liberty (Bealton) @ Western Albemarle
R.E. Lee @ Charlottesville
Riverheads @ Nelson
Blue Ridge @ Hargrave Military Academy
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