The Mathews High School varsity football team fell to 3-4 on the season following Friday’s 48-12 loss to King William.
Mathews and King William played a close game for the first half, but an interception for a touchdown on the last play before halftime sealed the victory for the Cavaliers, who were celebrating their homecoming.
Running back Josh Foster scored one of the Blue Devils’ touchdowns on a rushing play, while Stuart Anderson scored the other TD on a quarterback keeper. Other highlights for Mathews included long pass receptions by Anderson and Elijah Willis from quarterback Thurman Hudgins, Mason Fiscella’s sack and Drew Hudgins’s fumble recovery.
Senior running back/defensive back Hunter Wright had a strong game on both sides of the ball. On offense, he averaged five yards per carry. On defense, he recorded five tackles and two passes defended. Also, there were no pass completions to his side of the field. Mathews will look to return to .500 this Fri...
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