Clark powers No. 6 Lancers past Rapids
He accounts for six touchdowns in just 17 minutes of play
Brendon Clark was unstoppable during his 17 minutes of game time, passing for five touchdowns and running for another to lead No. 6 Manchester to a 59-15 win over James River on Friday.
Clark, along with many other Manchester starters, was pulled halfway through the second quarter with the Lancers leading 49-7. By that time, Clark had completed touchdown passes to Collin Harding (2), Jonathan Rose, Brandon Flippin and Zach Bowman.
The Lancers (4-1) didn’t need a running game, though Isaiah Todd did rush six times for 48 yards and a touchdown. Clark added 40 yards on five carries, and Roemell Garcia had 46 yards on eight carries.
The Rapids’ Graham Scholl burst for a 52-yard touchdown in the first quarter, but that was the lone spark for an otherwise dismal offensive night. Scholl finished with 22 rushes for 159 yards, and added 76 yards passing. He also threw four interceptions, two of which were picked off by Val West.
Jalen Butler rushed 14 times for 64 yards and a score for the Rapids (3-3).
It was a night to remember for Greg Archer, who led the host Raiders (5-1) to victory behind two interceptions, a kick return for a touchdown, a blocked extra point, a receiving touchdown and a completed pass on a 2-point conversion.
Jalen Brown had 230 yards passing and 4 touchdowns in the victory over Randolph-Henry (0-5).
Punctuated by two touchdown runs in the fourth quarter by Domnique Nelson, the No. 8 Blue Devils punished the visiting Wildcats (2-4) with a strong rushing attack and a near-perfect night from quarterback Brion Logan.
Nelson opened proceedings with a fumble recovery in the end zone in the first quarter to give Varina (4-1) a 7-0 lead, and the host Blue Devils never looked back.
Brion Logan connected on touchdown passes to Samond Pinchback, Stephen Richardson and
Isiah Paige, with Richardson later adding a second score on a 29-yard run.
5 carries, 40 yards, TD
46-yard INT return for TD 12 carries, 193 yards
22 carries, 159 yards, TD 13 carries, 157 yards
25 carries, 147 yards, 2 TDs 9 carries, 146 yards, 2 TDs 8 carries, 126 yards, TD
10 carries, 110 yards, 3 TDs
17 of 24, 360 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT;
12 for 17, 230 yards, 4 TDs, 1 INT 10 of 25, 209 yards, 2 TDs
5 of 10, 175 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs 7 of 10, 127 yards, 3 TDs
12 of 19, 126 yards 2 catches, 100 yards, 2 TDs 2 rec., 88 yards, TD
2 rec., 82 yards, TD 3 rec., 54 yards, 2 TDs 2 rec., 37 yards, 2 TDs
2 rec., 90 yards, TD 12 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 INT 11 tackles
5 catches, 122 yards, TD;
12 of 26, 114 yards, 2 TDs, INT;
10 of 15, 104 yards, 5 TDs;
Devin Flowers rushed for 100 yards, including an 11-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, to lead the Jaguars (1-4) past the visiting Rebels.
Donovan Riddick passed for 161 yards and two touchdowns on 10 of 16 passing. Donovan Greenhow was one of his leading receivers, catching two passes for 59 yards and a touchdown. The other was Tice Toomy, who caught five passes for 62 yards.
The Rebels (3-3) were led by Jack Pollard’s 104 yards passing.
3 catches, 98 yards, TD;
Zach Lass was 10 of 25 for 209 yards and two touchdowns as the visiting Confederates (4-1) beat the host Hawks (1-4). LeeDavis held a 27-0 lead at halftime, with two touchdown runs by Josh Rice. Ned Anthony also had a 16-yard reception for a touchdown and a 33-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first half.
Rice finished with 22 carries for 82 yards. Tyler Elrod was 5 of 9 for 81 yards passing and a touchdown for Hanover. for 116 yards passing and two touchdowns, and the Blue Devils (4-1) shut out the Warriors (1-4) at home. Robert Briggs opened up the scoring with a 50-yard run in the first quarter. Ronnie Walker followed with a 40-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.
In the third quarter, Cuffey hit Sean WoodAllen on a 76-yard touchdown pass. In the fourth, Cuffey found Kadarius Singleton on a 9-yard pass for the game’s final score. Walker finished with 14 carries for 68 yards. Briggs had 62 yards on two carries, and Wood-Allen finished with 90 yards on two receptions.
The visiting Bulldogs (5-0) stayed undefeated thanks to a stable in the backfield and a blocked punt in the fourth quarter that led to a touchdown.
Perry Snead Johnson rushed six times for 32 yards and a touchdown, and he picked up the blocked punt and returned it 26 yards for a score. John King carried 11 times for 40 yards and a touchdown, while Cole Nuckols rushed six times for 40 yards.
Buckingham (1-5) outgained Goochland offensively behind Walter Edwards’ 126 rushing yards, but the team passed for just 1 yard. into the fourth quarter. But Jarred Slater broke off on a 47-yard touchdown run before Miles Evans put the finishing touches on the comeback with a 20yard run, which was the go-ahead score.
Slater finished with 103 yards on seven carries, and Evans carried it 15 times for 78 yards. He was also 12 of 26 for 114 yards passing and two touchdowns to one interception.
Korey Bridey ran for 110 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Chiefs (5-0) to a blowout win over the visiting Bulldogs (0-5).
Izayah Reeves reeled in two catches, both touchdowns, for 37 yards from Syour Fludd, who went 4 for 4 for 59 yards.
Eugene Williams let it fly for the Bulldogs, completing 5 of 10 passes for 175 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. His top targets were Mark Henriques, with two catches for 88 yards and a touchdown, and Zamare' Johnston, with two grabs for 82 yards and a score.
The Black Knights (4-1) pulled ahead in the second quarter and shut out the Indians (1-4) in the second half as they picked up a win on the road. Sabias Folley had a pair of touchdowns for Charlottesville in the second quarter, one for 2 yards and one for 19 yards, as it took a 21-13 halftime lead.
Folley added one more touchdown in the fourth quarter as the Black Knights sealed the deal. In addition to the three scores, he finished with 74 yards rushing on 14 carries. Sam Neale had 208 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries. Jacob Taylor led Powhatan with 26 carries for 160 yards.
Ned Anthony of LeeDavis scores on a 16-yard reception in the second quarter against Hanover. Anthony also scored on a 33-yard interception return as Lee-Davis rolled to a 41-11 victory on Friday night.