Late Friday: Blythewood drops Lancaster

September 21, 2013 

— The Blythewood Bengals built up a 21-0 halftime lead and defeated the Lancaster Bruins 35-6 in non-region action Friday night.

Javon Smith led the offensive attack for the Bengals, completing 25 of 39 passes for 340 yards and four touchdowns. Three of his scoring strikes were in the second period as the Bengals claimed a 21-0 halftime lead.

He threw his fourth scoring pass in the third period to make it 28-0. Lynard Jamison, who rushed for 62 yards on seven carries, complete the Blythewood scoring in the fourth period with a 39-yard run.

The Bruins scored in the final period when Kendarius Truesdale passed 21 yards to Jay Hood, who finished the game with eight catches for 113 yards. Truesdale passed for 148 yards and led the Bruins rushing effort with 42 yards on 16 carries.

Blythewood improved 2-2, while the loss dropped Lancaster to 2-2.



Scoring Summary

B - Deyon Grayer 47 pass from Javon Smith (Greg Huegel kick)

B - Lynard Jamison 82 pass from Smith (Huegel kick)

B - Grayer 18 pass from Smith (Huegel kick)

B - Jamison 3 pass from Smith (Huegel kick)

B - Jamison 39 run (Huegel kick)

L - Jay Hood 21 pass from Kendarius Truesdale (kick failed)

Team Statistics


First Downs;21;15



Passing Yards;340;148



Individual Statistics

Rushing: Blythewood - Lynard Jamison 7-62; Yan McPherson 3-26; Jo Richardson 5-22; Javon Smith 11-17; Osei Thomas 3-5; Dee Fletcher 4-5; Dabreon Benson 1-4. Lancaster - Kendarius Truesdale 16-42; Kadarius Wright 16-38; Jeremy Toliver 3-2.

Passing: Blythewood - Javon Smith 25-39-0-340. Lancaster - Kendarius Truesdale 13-26-0-148.

Receiving: Blythewood - Lynard Jamison 6-145; Jacob Rabon 5-47; Deyon Grayer 3-68; Dee Fletcher 3-22; Jo Richardson 3-17; Marq Knight 2-14; Reed Branham 1-19; Isaiah Long 1-5; Yan McPherson 1-3. Lancaster - Jay Hood 8-113; Alex Ealy 2-26; Austin Franceschelli 1-7; Kadarius Wright 1-4; Jeremy Toliver 1- (-2).

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