Red Devils trounce Chargers, 30-15

Lancaster’s Jaquarrius Morris (21) gains ground against Middlesex. Trying to get a hand on Morris is Charger Malik Dandy. Photo by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi
A late-game safety and ensuing touchdown helped Lancaster High seal its first win of the season in varsity football last Friday night.
The quick eight points late in the fourth quarter allowed Lancaster to open up a seven-point lead and put the game out of reach for a 30-15 win over Middlesex. The Red Devils are 1-3 overall and will host Portsmouth Christian tonight, September 22.
“It was definitely a boost for our confidence,” said LHS coach Draper Washington. “They finally realized they can get the job done. We just have to play smart and limit the mistakes.”
Lancaster out-gained the visiting Chargers, 244-97, with 120 yards of passing offense and 124 rushing….

There’s more to this story,
and many more news articles, photos and ads available only in our online e-Edition or in the printed version. Become a subscriber today!
• To access or subscribe to the e-Edition, go -   HERE
• To subscribe to the printed version, go -   HERE
• To buy the printed version at a newsstand, -   HERE are our locations.

For assistance, please call us at 804-435-1701, extension 16.