The Virginia football team rallies from 17 points down in the fourth quarter to stun Louisville and pick up its second straight ACC road win.
JMU's Ethan Ratke, an Atlee grad, tied the FCS field goals record Saturday against Maine and set the record for career points by a kicker.
The game had a distinctly Richmond flavor, with Seahawks left tackle Duane Brown (Hermitage) chatting up Morgan Moses (Meadowbrook) after the game. Moses and Russell Wilson (Collegiate) were chosen as coin-toss captains.
The Bulldogs produce just 166 yards, but score three touchdowns and hold off Poquoson 21-14.
Henrico scores on two short fields and beats L.C. Bird 21-7.
After a Mississippi high school football team tied the game in overtime on Friday, Kaylee Foster knew her team was going to win.
Quinn Mehl scores on a 7-yard run and JonMichael Elliott kicks the PAT.
Monacan, coached by Jim Henderson, scored a 22-15 victory over James River, coached by Bobby Henderson, his younger brother.
Highland Springs, ranked No. 3 in The Times-Dispatch Top 10 and the two-time defending Class 5 state champion, defeated 10th ranked Henrico 23-6 for its fifth victory in a row. The Warriors dropped to 3-2.
When they needed them most, the Monarchs not only got their breaks but created a few of their own and, in the process, gained a measure of much-needed redemption.
TODAY’S BOWL GAMES
Jack Notley is a kicker for the Springers. His younger brother, Adam, is Freeman's kicker. Their teams meet Friday.
Quote of the day
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — An unlikely kick a week ago doomed Florida State.
Pope's kickoff return is the turning point, as No. 2 Dinwiddie survives 28-19.