Wildcats Vanquish Seahawks

Wildcats Vanquish Seahawks

Jaquan Price #31 carries the ball for Centreville and prepares to take a hit from Mubarak Ali #1 from South Lakes.

Jaquan Price #31 carries the ball for Centreville and prepares to take a hit from Mubarak Ali #1 from South Lakes. Photo by Will Palenscar


Marcus Miles #7 carries the ball for South Lakes.


Kalin Jean #20 rushes in for a TD against South Lakes.


Abdul Koroma #10 single handedly brings down Donovan Mitchell #23.

The Centreville Wildcats defeated the South Lakes Seahawks on Friday, Sept. 21 in Clifton. During the halftime ceremonies 10 honorees for Centreville’s first Hall of Fame class were announced: Jeremy Ferry, Kristen James, Laura James, Laura Heiner Tuner, Rickey Harris, S. Claire Laubach, Shannon Karl Soares, Tyelah Hall Brown, Will Montgomery and William Trussell Jr.

In the 1st quarter Jordan Wright would score from 5 yards out with 2:24 to play, giving Centreville a 7-0 lead.

In the 2nd quarter Griffin Greer would kick a 30-yard field goal to give Centreville a 10-0 advantage. With :54 remaining in the quarter, Centreville would once again get in the endzone on a 79-yard punt return. 27 seconds later after a South Lakes turnover, Centreville added 7 more points when Jordan Wright scored from 23 yards out.

In the 3rd quarter trailing 24-0, South Lakes was able to get on the board with 5:43 to play in the quarter. Following the TD, South Lakes Wilson Seneca was able to convert a 2-point conversion pulling the Seahawks to within 16, 24-8.

However, South Lakes would be unable to put any more points on the board while Centreville would add 21 more before games end. Jordan Wright would score 6 of those on a 61-yard TD reception with 4:49 to play in the 3rd quarter.

Centreville would add two more scores in the 4th quarter. First with 9:56 and then an interception for 53 yards with 8:16 to play by Lamar Horner would conclude scoring and move Centreville to (5-0) and drop South Lakes to (3-1). South Lakes will play at Langley (1-4) on Friday while Centreville will play at West Potomac (2-2). With the 45-8 victory this is the third time this year that Centreville has scored more than 40 points.