In The Red Zone: Ken Wakefield

Friday, October 14, 2011

Week Six Results!

Wild night for Hanover schools, as they go 2-2 in tonight's action.

Lee-Davis took care of Glen Allen at home, 33-7, to go to 4-2 and solidify their hold on a Division 5 playoff berth.

Hanover gets a late field goal to escape with a 24-21 home win over Henrico, but lose quarterback Sam Rogers in the first quarter to an apparent elbow injury. CBS6 is reporting he suffered a dislocated elbow and he could be out for the season. We'll keep you posted.

Atlee went to Varina undefeated and left somewhat deflated. Varina scored early and often en route to a huge 54-11 victory over the Raiders, their first loss of 2011.

Patrick Henry is still winless after falling at Deep Run 35-14. Two Bryson Wong touchdown runs in the first quarter gave the Patriots an early 14-7 lead, but Deep Run outscored PH 21-0 in the second half for the victory, led by 201 rushing yards and four touchdowns by Evan Hinkle.

PLAYOFFS NOTE: With losses by Dinwiddie and Petersburg tonight to both go to 2-4 and Midlothian losing to L.C. Bird, Lee-Davis' victory over Glen Allen should place them in firm control of the final playoff berth in Division 5 with four games to play. In fact, they may come close to the #3 seed after John Marshall lost to Hermitage 38-6. Atlee and Hanover are expected to continue to be in the top two in Division 5 point standings.

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