September 12, 2011
In our Friday Night EndZone Game of the Week, the William Monroe Green Dragons (2-1) make a second half charge to narrow the 40-7 halftime deficit, but fell 47-21 to the Broadway Gobblers (3-0).
In other local action, behind Jhalil Mosley's 4 touchdowns, the Monticello Mustangs (2-0) held of the George Wythe Bulldogs (0-1), 40-32.
The Louisa County Lions (2-0) remained unbeaten with a 32-13 victory over the Courtland Cougars (1-2). The Lions were led by Zack Jackson and Andre Mealy, who combined for 5 rushing touchdowns, two for Jackson and three for Mealy.
The Orange County Hornets scored 15 points in the final 3 minutes to beat the Culpeper Blue Devils. Brandon Sellers scored from 29 yards out to cut the blue devils lead to 31-26 with 2:14 is left in the game. Less than two minutes later, Tyler Seal caught a 28-yard pass to put the Hornets up 32-31. After a successful 2-point conversion, Orange led Culpeper 34-31 and held on to win by that margin.
Week 3 Scores
Broadway 47 - William Monroe 21
R.E. Lee 34 - Charlottesville 7
Colonial Forge 42 - Albemarle 0
Goochland 40 - Fork Union 14
STAB 36 - Virginia Episcopal 0
Buckingham 48 - Prince Edward 14
Louisa 32 - Courtland 13
Orange 34 - Culpeper 31
Liberty 34 - Western Albemarle 3
Spotsylvania 26 - Fluvanna 10
Monticello 40 - George Wythe 32
Riverheads 56 - Nelson 13
Strasburg 28 - Madison 6
Blue Ridge 49 - Hargrave 32
Flint Hill 42 - Covenant 7
Week 4 Schedule
Liberty Christian @ Blue Ridge
Covenant @ Hargrave
Madison @ Page
William Monroe @ East Rockingham
Buckingham @ Fluvanna
Charlottesville @ Culpeper
Fork Union @ Powhatan
Goochland @ Monticello
Louisa @ Spotsylvania
Orange @ Stafford
WAHS @ Fort Defiance
STAB @ St. Christopher's (Sat. 1pm)
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