Sports: Monday, September 30, 2019
30 September 2019 Sports
Nats Finish Regular Season 8-0, Skins Fall To G-Men, SU Update
In area high school football over the weekend:
Loudoun County beat Warren County 49-21
Handley defeated Faquier 35-21
Page got past Strasburg 21-14
Clarke pounded East Rockingham 42-7
Millbrook outscored Sherando 42-31
James Wood defeated Kettle Run 39-21
Central nipped Staunton 14-12
The Shenandoah University Hornets improved to 2-1 Saturday with a 26-7 ODAC win at Guilford. SU scored on it’s opening drive and never looked back in building a 26-0 lead and spoiling the Quaker’s Homecoming. Nate Hill had an interception and 96-yard punt return for Shenandoah, now 1-1 on the ODAC, returns home to face Southern Virginia Saturday night starting at 6:30 on The River 95-3.
The Washington Redskins fell to 0-4 for the first time since 2001 with a listless 24-3 loss the the New York Giants yesterday. Rookie QB Dwayne Haskins replaced starter Case Keenum late in the first half, but could not spark the ‘Skins, whose lone points came on a short Dustin Hopkins field goal. Next up for the Redskins, a visit from New England this coming Sunday.
Meanwhile, Baker Mayfield threw for 342 yards, and Nick Chubb added 156 yards and 3 scores on the ground, as the Cleveland browns mauled the Baltimore Ravens 40-25. Lamar Jackson tossed 3 TD passes for Baltimore, but was picked off twice in the loss. Both teams are 2-2.
And the Washington Nationals head into tomorrow night’s NL Wild Card game against Milwaukee as the hottest team in baseball. The Nats closed the regular season with 8 consecutive wins with an 8-2 win yesterday against Cleveland. Max Scherzer will start tomorrow night’s game against the Brewers at 8:08 on Sports radio 1450.