Ham. Christian runs past HRA

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Behind huge nights from Keenan Terry and Chaz Norman, Hampton Christian gained its first victory over Hampton Roads Academy in program history, boosting its playoff hopes in the process.

The Warriors (5-2) won 49-28 on the Navigators' field, outscoring HRA 28-0 in the second quarter.

Terry ran 15 times for 189 yards and three touchdowns, and Norman carried 13 times for 173 yards and three TDs. He completed just two passes, though one of them was for a 30-yard touchdown to Jake Cave to open the scoring. Adam Bierbauer then began his string of going 7-for-7 on PAT kicks.

HRA's Joel Stultz took back the ensuing kickoff 95 yards to tie the game at 7, but Norman ran 75 yards for a touchdown to give the Warriors a 14-7 advantage just 88 seconds in.

Josh Phillips led the Warriors' defense with 21 tackles, while Terry had 10.

Stultz ran for a 1-yard score for the Navigators (3-3), who saw their playoff hopes take a big hit. Andrew Maser scored HRA's other two touchdowns.

MORE FOOTBALLBruton 14, Southampton 7Greg Walker threw touchdown passes to Alex Powers in the first quarter and Jackson Neve in the second quarter as the Panthers (4-2, 3-2 Bay Rivers) ended a two-game skid with a home victory over the Indians (1-5, 1-4). Lorenzo Taliaferro had 98 yards on 18 carries for Bruton.

Franklin 34, Surry 0Donzell Shearin ran for a touchdown, threw for another and had two interceptions to lead Franklin to a 34-0 victory at Surry. Isiah Hudson racked up 114 rushing yards on 17 carries as the Broncos outrushed the Cougars 288-94. Shearin's 33-yard run for a score in the first quarter gave Franklin the lead, and he also had a 13-yard pass to Malik Brown in the second quarter. That touchdown pass, and Trey Kigler's 76-yard touchdown to Derrick Thompson in the second quarter, made up all of the Broncos' 89 passing yards.

Tevin Johnson led Surry with 71 yards on 12 carries, but the Cougars were undone by three fumbles and two interceptions.

Sussex Central 66, Arcadia 0

Ernest Crockett ran for 219 yards on nine carries and scored four touchdowns in the Tigers' road win. Sussex (3-3) ran for 539 yards on 24 attempts.

Taron Bailey ran for 103 yards and scored a touchdown, and Jabari Turner added 84 rushing yards and scored twice.

Torrey Urquhart ran for 91 yards and a score and Casaun Brown added an interception 35 yards for a score for the Tigers. Sussex went for two points after every score and was 6-for-9 on those attempts.

Isle of Wight Ac. 55, TIDEWATER ACADEMY 8Heath Price ran for 138 yards on 10 carries and scored three touchdowns in the Chargers' road win. Daniel Brown added two scores for Isle of Wight (7-0) and Zach Warnick, Charles Keyt and Greg Chaffer added a score each.

Windsor 37, C. City 0Layfette Murphy scored twice to lead the Dukes to a home win over Charles City in a Tri-Rivers District opener.

Oris Bowers and David Cooper both scored on short runs and Mark Fenner returned an interception 30 yards for a score for Windsor (6-1).

Christian Daniels' 27-yard field goal was the only score in the first half.

C. BEACH 26, KING WM. 22Travis Cundiff ran for 144 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries as Colonial Beach (6-0) beat King William in the Tidewater District opener for both in Central Garage.

The Cavaliers (2-4) overcame a 12-point deficit to take a 14-12 lead when linebacker Allen Johnson returned a Drifters fumble 39 yards for a touchdown and Josh Belfield kicked the PAT. But Chad Inscoe's 1-yard run gave Colonial Beach the lead for good later in the third quarter.

King William's Lewis Redman was 11 of 22 for 162 yards but was intercepted four times — twice deep in Colonial Beach territory. Jamar Carter scored a 6-yard King William touchdown on the last play.

Field hockeyShareyna Chang scored three goals in Kecoughtan's 4-1 victory at Walsingham Academy in a non-district matchup of two of the area's best teams. ... Caroline Cirillo scored a first-half goal and Warwick held on to beat host Lake Taylor 1-0. Jennifer Bowles had the assist. ... Heather Bias scored a little more than seven minutes into overtime and Bethel beat visiting Poquoson 3-2. Amberly Stevens and Jada Benford also had goals for the Bruins, Mandy Peters and Evan Bunting for the Islanders.

Boys soccerAdam Gilley had two goals and an assist in Walsingham Academy's 5-0 win over Norfolk Christian. It was the third straight shutout win for the Trojans (7-9-2, 3-2-1 TCIS). ... Vinny Buffa scored three goals and Brad Forrest added two goals and two assists in HRA's 11-0 win over Oaktree.

Girls volleyballKatie Rust had 10 kills, Kelsey Wolfe added five aces and Walsingham Academy gained its first TCIS victory of the season, beating Norfolk Christian 25-8, 25-17, 12-25, 28-26. ... Kimber Schlindler had eight kills and Jo Stevenson added seven aces in Denbigh Baptist's 25-14, 25-12, 25-13 win over Atlantic Shores.

Cross countryPeninsula Catholic's boys and girls swept first place in the Nansemond-Suffolk Academy Invitational. Led by Brian Boeh (17:20.10) and Brian McKenna (17:29.55) in first and second overall, the boys scored 29 points to second-place Norfolk Collegiate's 51.

The PC girls had 24 points to runner-up Bishop Sullivan's 50. Bishop Sullivan's Taryn Schrader (19:33.10) and PC's Katie Mlynczak (20:40.75) finished 1-2.

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