Herald high school football scoreboard — Week 9
Prince Edward 50, Bluestone 6 — Final
Prince Edward County High School’s varsity football team fell behind 6-0 early against visiting Bluestone High School on Friday, but the Eagles fought back to take a 14-6 halftime lead, and when the final snap had been played in their homecoming game, they had scored 50 unanswered points on the way to their second win of the season — a 50-6 victory over the Barons.
Buckingham 37, Amelia 6 — Final
It was business as usual for Buckingham County High School’s varsity football team Friday night, at least in terms of the standard the outstanding Knights have set for most the 2019 season. They took a 37-0 lead by halftime against host Amelia County High School and ultimately prevailed 37-6, marking the fifth time they have held an opponent to six points this year. With the win, they pushed their overall record this season to 7-1.
Isle of Wight 21, Fuqua 14 — Final
Fuqua School’s varsity football team battled valiantly in front of its homecoming crowd Friday night, but in a game that came down to its final play on an untimed down, the Falcons ended up experiencing their first loss of the season via a 21-14 defeat to visiting Isle of Wight Academy, a fierce rival from the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association’s Division II level.
Randolph-Henry 26, Cumberland 8 — Final
Cumberland County High School’s varsity football team trailed 20-0 at the half against host Randolph-Henry High School on Friday, and the Dukes fought back in the second half, producing their highest point total yet in a game this season, but the Statesmen ultimately earned their first win this year by dropping the Dukes to 0-8 with a 26-8 final score.