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Sports: Monday, October 8, 2018

8 October 2018 Sports


High School Football Recap, Record Day For The Hornets, Skins On MNF

Here are the scores from this weekend’s high school football games:
Brentsville topped Warren County 14-6
Skyline fell to Culpeper 35-21
Strasburg beat Mason 35-7
Central outscored Clarke 35-20
Martinsburg defeated Sherando 50-45
Liberty beat James Wood 32-23
Millbrook won at Handley 36-28
Hargrave blanked RMA 50-0

The Shenandoah Hornets piled up a school-record 658 yards of total offense Saturday in a 59-34 Homecoming win over Hampden-Sydney. SU quarterback Hayden Bauserman threw for 490 yards on a school-record 47 completions to lead the way, as the Hornets improved to 3-2 and 1-1 in the ODAC. Next up for Shenandoah is a 1PM home matchup against Randolph Macon Saturday on The River 95-3.

SU Men’s Golf is in action today.

In College Football over the weekend:
Virginia Tech fell to Notre Dame in Blacksburg 45-23
West Virginia beat Kansas 38-22
JMU lost to Elon 27-24
UVA was off

Alabama remains number one in this week’s AP College Football poll, after a weekend of upsets. WVU moves up to number 6, while Virginia Tech drops out of the top 25.

The Baltimore Ravens fell to the Cleveland Browns 12-9 in overtime yesterday. Browns QB Baker Mayfield led the Browns on a last-minute drive in the extra period, while the Cleveland defense held the Ravens to just 3 field goals on the day. Baltimore falls to 3-2, while the Browns improve to 2-2-1.

In other scores of interest,
The Texans beat the Cowboys in the Sunday Night Game 19-16
The Vikings nipped the eagles 23-21 in Philadelphia
Carolina edged the Giants 33-31 on a Graham Gano 63-yard field goal
And the Redskins play the Saints tonight.

In the MLB Playoffs:
The Braves stayed alive by beating the Dodgers 6-5. LA still leads the series 2 games-to-1. Game 4 is today at 4:30 in Atlanta.

The Brewers swept Colorado out of the playoffs with a 6-0 win yesterday. Milwaukee advances to the NL Championship Series.

This afternoon, Houston will try to eliminate Cleveland in Game 3 of their AL Divisional Series, while Boston travels to New York for pivotal Game 3 of that AL Divisional series, which is tied at a game apiece.

And, tonight, it’s Shenandoah Sportsrap, a production of Shenandoah University Athletics. Mike O’Dell, Scott Musa, and Dick Helm are live from the Greene Turtle just after 7 on The River 95-3.


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