Cavaliers go to 7-2

Published 11:42 pm Saturday, October 29, 2011

Lakeland 28, Indian River 14

At Lakeland

The Cavaliers won their regular-season home finale, to go 5-0 at Cavalier Park this season, powered by 280 rushing yards and three touchdowns by Raekwon Johnson.

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Johnson rushed for two touchdowns, from 38 and 24 yards, along with Anaquan Peterson’s 8-yard touchdown run, for a 21-0 Cavalier lead at halftime.

The Braves cut the lead to 21-14 late in the fourth quarter. The Cavaliers recovered an onsides kick and Johnson scored the final touchdown with a 72-yard run.

Lakeland entered Friday’s action fifth in the regional Division 5 power ratings. The Cavaliers (7-2, 6-2) go to Nansemond River (4-5, 3-5) Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff.

King’s Fork 48, Deep Creek 21

At Deep Creek

The Bulldogs won the second half 28-0 to get their second victory of the season. Junior running back Charles Clark rushed for three touchdowns and sophomore quarterback Uriah Adams rushed for three touchdowns.

Following Deep Creek’s first touchdown of the game, Garrison Coates scored on an 80-yard kick return for a 14-6 Bulldog lead in the second quarter.

Deep Creek answered and led 21-20 at halftime. Adams scored on runs of 18, 2 and 17 yards in the third quarter turning the game in KF’s favor. Clark’s long run of the night was a 71-yard touchdown.

The Bulldogs totaled 321 rushing yards. KF’s defense recovered three fumbles.

Nansemond-Suffolk 42, Trinity Episcopal 28

At Trinity Episcopal

The Saints piled up 391 yards on 42 running plays and won their fifth straight game Friday afternoon in Richmond.

Jack Russell scored on a 9-yard run with 0:10 left in the first half and NSA led 21-20 at halftime.

The Saints started the second half with an 11-play, seven-minute drive ending with David Gough’s 1-yard touchdown run. The Saints continued on for the next two touchdowns and a 42-20 lead.

Senior Bobby Lamm rushed for 146 yards and three touchdowns, kicked 6-of-6 extra points and was in on nine tackles on defense.

A.J. Hicks carried 12 times for 135 yards. Brandon Addison rushed three times for 66 yards.

NSA (5-4) was tied for fifth in the VIS Division 2 power ratings. Four schools make the postseason. NSA hosts Hampton Roads in its regular season finale Friday at 7 p.m.