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4 Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016 THE JOURNAL RICHARD LEGGITT what they've done so far this year," said Jack. "We have never won a The red hot, playoff bound Co- Northern Neck District title in foot- lonial Beach Drifters nailed down ball and to be in this position con- their sixth straight win last week by trolling our own destiny is exciting." rolling over Lancaster 47-12. Star "The main thing is for us to accom- running back Lamar Lucas had five plish our goals we have to remain fo- first half touchdown runs. cused to each individual task at hand The Drifters, who are now 7-2 for and not get ahead of ourselves," the the season, had 456 yards for the Drifters coach said. night thanks to the running of Lu- "A number of players continue to cas, running back Anajai Lewis and contribute in all aspects of the game," quarterback Alonzo Turner. Turner Jack said. "We've had great nights also passed for 44 yards and a touch- and contributions from our seniors down. The Drifters defense also contrib- all the way down to the freshmen uted mightily to the victory, holding that we selected for the varsity squad Lancaster to just 22 yards rushing this year. I couldn't be more proud- and pulling in three interceptions, of how our players have continued to Playing both ways, Turner, Corvion grow throughout the season." Davis and Wyatt Feltner had inter- "Our offensive and defensive lines ceptions for Colonial Beach. have made the biggest improve- "This was another great step for- ments and continue to open up more ward for our program," said Colo- holes for our backs and wreak havoc nial Beach Coach ]eremy Jack. "We in the backfield of our opponents are really starting to gel and peak at and that's what we'll need," Jack said. exactly the right time. Everything Prior to beginning the Conference has been about what it takes to get 43 playoffs in the second week of the results we want, controlling November, the Drifters host cross- those things within power, attitude, county rival Washington & Lee Fri- effort and response to the situation." day night in Colonial Beach. W&L "I am very proud of our guys and lost to Essex Saturday. Photo by Erica Terrini At left, The Drifters' ground game was huge against Lancaster, with RB Lamar Lucas scoring five touch- downs on the ground in the first half. Below left, Lucas takes it over the line. Weekday Lunch Specials Starting at $6.95 Crab Cake * Grilled Prime Rib Sandwich Filet of Flounder Imperial Crab Medium Shrimp One Trip -or- All You Can Eat Fried Oysters Salad Bar (In Season) Lump Crab BLT Fried Seafood Lunch Combo 6 oz. Angus Cheeseburger Grilled Chicken Breast Add bacon to any sandwich for .99 Each comes with 2fresh sides of your choice Served 11:30 - 3:00 Mon. - Fri. Weekend Seafood Buffet, All You Can Eat! Adults, $29.95 - Children, 10 & Under $1.50 Per er\ OPEN DAILY AT 11:30 39OO McKJnney Blvd. (Rt. 205) * Colonial Beach, VA (804) 224-7117 22443 Call Lori at 540-709-7495 for all your personal and business printing needs HOT DEAL! HOIICE 4.11, Wild 111111 Food LI|| il41 ~ll~Wlw, 20.1,k, Ikl k OI SilkamrINnl L 101] m 1 mleiWm W, Mini UD nul mm h w i I. / mm 99 ............. AII SlIII IIIe SAV[ 4(]~ or II(IO tkd, lkw&OImll I 2 locations: King George 540-775-5994 11475 Ridge Road King George, VA 22485 Colonial Beach 804-224-8996 535 Euclid Ave Colonial Beach, VA 22443 Jill |l~ :-----: IIA I Strengthen the economy and create jobs . Keep America safe and ensure our military is ready to face threats.of the 21 st century .. :< Restore fiscal respofisibility and implement No Budget, No Pay for members of Congress Paid for and Authorized by Rob Wittman for Congress