Third Quarter Burst Lifts Centreville Past South Lakes (VIDEO)

Matthew Hatfield, Publisher
Virginia Preps

Matthew Hatfield

Video Interview - Centreville Head Coach Chris Haddock after win:

Centreville Head Football Coach Chris Haddock chats after 30-14 road win over South Lakes on Friday, September 22, 2017. Coach Haddock's Wildcats scored 17 unanswered points in the third quarter to seize control and improve their record to 4-1 overall on the season.

Video Interview - Centreville's Kenan Anunany and Lamar Horner after win:

Centreville's Kenan Anunay & Lamar Horner chat after their 30-14 road win over South Lakes on Friday, September 22, 2017 in Reston. The Wildcats outscored the Seahawks 17-0 in the third quarter, using three takeaways. Centreville is now 4-1 overall.

Final Stats:

Centreville 30: (4-1 Overall)
Presley Egbers – 8-11 for 87Yds. 2-0TD/Int. ratio; TD run
Jordan Wright – 11Car. 106Yds. TD (6Car. 106Yds. TD in 1st Half)
Bassie Kanu – 21Car. 33Yds; 1Rec. 27Yds.
Daequan Williams – 5Car. 32Yds.
Keenan Anunay – 4Rec. 38Yds. TD; 7 Tackles (5 Solo), Forced Fumble
Tre Maxwell – 1Rec. 8Yds. TD; TFL
Nick Kuzemka – 5 Tackles (3 Solo), INT
Lamar Horner – 3TFL, Fumble Recovery

Wildcats – 53 plays for 266 total yards; 8-11 for 87 pass yards, no INT’s; 42 rushes for 181 yards. 6 penalties for 80 yards; no turnovers

South Lakes 14: (4-1 Overall)
Devin Miles – 10-21 for 129Yds. 1-1TD/Int. ratio
Spencer Alston – 7Car. 51Yds; 3Rec. 30Yds. TD; 6 Tackles (4 Solo), 1.5TFL
Albert Mensah – 13Car. 28Yds; 4 Tackles
Dave Hagengimana – 7Rec. 94Yds.
Joseph Dagbe – 10 Tackles (7 Solo)
Chris Smith – 8 Tackles (3 Solo), 0.5TFL
Diego White – 7 Tackles (6 Solo)

Seahawks – 44 plays for 209 total yards; 10-21 or 129 yards, INT; 23 rushes for 80 yards. 9 penalties for 70 yards; 3 turnovers (2 lost fumbles)

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