MHS JVs earn first win
The Middlesex High School junior varsity football team got its first win of the season Monday with a 14-6 win over West Point.
Malik Henderson and Chris Chamberlain each tallied a touchdown for the Chargers, and Chamberlain converted on a two-point conversion.
Middlesex coach Austin Moon said his defense did “an excellent job.” L.J. King provided containment to keep the Pointers’ running backs from getting to the outside. King also had some very good open-field tackling.
Middle linebacker Brandon Keyser did an outstanding job of containing the middle of the line on defense, said Moon.
Shane Bristow quarterbacked for much of the first half and passed the ball very well, said Moon. “The offensive line really stepped up to give Shane time to pass.”
P.J. Hart caught three passes from Bristow.
Raheem Lockley played quarterback for the second half and did a good job of running the ball and keeping drives alive.
Stone Shores just missed a field goal from 25 yards out.
“The kids are finally starting to come together as a team,” said Moon.
The Chargers will host Colonial Beach Monday, October 13, at 6:30 p.m.