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WINCHESTER -- Host Millbrook got a 24-yard field goal from Derek Davis in overtime to knock off visiting Fauquier 20-17 on Friday night.

The Pioneers opened the scoring in the first quarter when Boomer Kaczmarzewski returned an interception 34 yards for a touchdown. It was one of two interceptions on the night for Kaczmarzewski.

Later in the first, Kaczmarzewski put the Pioneers back up, 14-7, with a touchdown run.
Fauquier went ahead with a third-quarter touchdown, but Davis tied it back up with a 26-yard field goal later in the quarter for Millbrook (2-3).

The Falcons had the first shot at scoring in overtime, but missed on a 24-yard field goal attempt.

For the Pioneers, Justin Anderson had 14 carries for 54 yards and Kaczmarczewski added 29 rushing yards. Millbrook compiled just 159 yards of total offense.

Generals 28, East Rockingham 15

ELKTON -- Jacob Armell had a 55-yard touchdown run and returned an interception 55 yards to boost Stonewall Jackson to a 28-15 football victory over East Rockingham on Friday.

The Generals also got a 20-yard touchdown pass play when quarterback John-Michael Pirtle hooked up with Jared Getz on a scoring strike.

Anthony Peacher added a 45-yard touchdown run for Stonewall Jackson (2-4, 1-0 Shenandoah District).

Pirtle snuffed out a late East Rockingham drive with an interception that he returned 20 yards, and Getz delivered a key first down late with a 23-yard run for the Generals. Final statistics were unavailable.

Eagles 17, Colonels 0

CHARLOTTESVILLE --Host The Covenant School stifled Massanutten Military Academy's offense en route to a 17-0 victory over the Colonels on Friday.

"It was a tough day for us," MMA coach Chris Gilliland said. "We really couldn't do much offensively against them, and they had two big plays that really hurt us."

The first, a halfback pass in the second quarter, resulted in a long touchdown play for the Eagles.

Then in the third quarter, the Colonels fumbled in their own red zone and Covenant recovered deep in MMA territory. Three plays later, the Eagles scored again.

For MMA (2-1), Kenya Ray had a solid passing day and Cameron Williams caught a slew of passes. Final statistics were unavailable.




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