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www.journalpress,com THE JOURNAL Wednesday, Sept. 7, 20167 Dri RICHARD LEGGITT the game progressed, however, the Drifters senior experience and Behind the strong running of se- steady ground game allowed Colo- nior back Lamar Lucas, the Colo- nial Beach to pull away. nial Beach Drifters opened the sea- The Drifters scored twice in the son with a 37-17 home victory over second quarter on runs from Lucas Randolph Henry Friday night,and quarterback Alonzo Turner and "I was pleased with our effort," then Lucas scored twice in the sec- said Drifters Coach ]eremy Jack. ond half on running plays of 18 and "First games of the season are al- 41 yards to put away the game. ways difficult because it's hard to "This coming Friday will be a replicate and account for first-game Region 1A East matchup and a dif- jitters in practice," lack said. "In ficult .one to say the least against spite of being the undersized team Franklin," said Coach Jack. "It is physically, our young men played well, overcoming a slow start and a hostile stadium in which to play but at the same time very exciting. penalties." Lucas rushed around the endsItwillbeatestofintestinalfortitude and up the middle repeatedly for because our two teams rely so heav- 118 yards and three touchdowns, ily on the run." Cole Setliff had five carries for 32 Following the away game at yards and a touchdown and AnaJai Franklin this week, the Drifters are Lewis had 38 yards for Jack's swift again away at Sussex Central on Sept single wing attack. 16 and then come home on Sept. 23 Randolph Henry scored first and against Chincoteague. Conference then Colonial Beach answered. 43 play will begin on Oct. 7 as Co- Both missed the points after, so lonial Beach playsRappahannockat the first quarter ended 6 to 6. As Warsaw. err/n/ Running Back Lamar Lucas, 5, gets set to hand off to fellow back AnaJai Lewis on a reverse dueing the Colonial Beach High School Drifeters' 37-17 opening-game victory over Randlph Henry Friday night. Below left, Lucas gets set to pass downfield. Below right, The Drifters' runner finds the hole. The deals are in overdrive on all new Kul la lilt compacttractors] 1200 Bragg Rd Fredericksburg, Virginia 22407 5407868383 ~0 down, 0% A, RR. financing for up to 60 monks on ~rchues of new Ku=ta L ~riN ~uipmant is avdabte = qualified purchasers from partidpeting dealers' in-sfock inventory through 12/31/2016. E],~_ pie: A ~omo~. th monthly ins~ent mpeym~t term at 0% A.PR. reoJkes 60 payments of ~1667 per $1,000 fimnc~. 0% APR. in~rest is a,~lal~ ~ customers if no ~er documentation preparation fee b charged. 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Defensive back Ashton Howard re- turned an interception 85 yards for a touchdown to close out the King George win. "Our kids have bought into what we are doing on defense," said Smith. "Coach Henderson has made a big difference this year. We are putting up points, but we are also stopping teams." Keys on the defense are defensive end Jamal Clark, nose guard Hunt- er Dobson, linebacker Remington Green and defensive backs Devin Williams, Jordan Aley and Ashton Howard. "It was a good win for both the Of- fense and the defense," said Smith. "It went four quarters, but we found a way to win." That is something fans of the Foxes are hoping will continue as the sea- son progresses. CORRECTION: In the photo on page 7 of last week's Journal, the King George volleyball player in the photo was identified incorrectly. Shown is Katie Benz who had 13 assists in the win over Stafford High School. The Journal regrets the erroL t