High School Football: Bennett handles Nandua, 28-20

Bennett handles Nandua, 28-20

James M. Bennett picked up its first win of the season Friday night against Nandua of Accomack County.

Tyreim Blake was 12 for 22 with 109 passing yards; 14 carries for 176 yards and 1 rushing touchdown.

The Clippers led at the half, but the Warriors scored 13 points in the third-quarter to challenge the home team. Bennett’s final touchdown in the third quarter sealed its first victory this season.

With the win, Bennett improves its record to 1-1 on the season. The Clippers host Parkside to confront the Rams in a Bayside 3A/2A outing on Friday.

With the loss, Nandua moves to 2-1 on the season. The Warriors travel to Essex in a non-league outing on Friday.

Wi-Hi romps over Snow Hill, 57-12

The Wicomico High School football team defeated Snow Hill 57-12 Friday night.

Raekwon McCarter led the Indians with three touchdowns, a kickoff return, a punt return and a 70-yard touchdown run.

Melvin Morris had a blocked punt for a touchdown and Nelson Brown contributed with a 60-yard touchdown run.

The Indians now own a 2-0 record. They play next when they host Kent Island for a Bayside 3A/2A contest on Saturday, and will encounter a Buccaneers squad coming off a 47-7 non-league win over Washington

Parkside loses on road, 22-14

The North Caroline Bulldogs football team knocked off the visiting Parkside Rams by a score of 22-14.

The Bulldogs (1-1) will now prepare for their game against Washington.

The Rams now sport a 0-2 record. They take the field next when they travel to Bennett for a Bayside 3A/2A game on Friday.

Parkside will battle a Clippers team coming off a 28-20 non-league win over Nandua.

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