Bratton, Keyt score two touchdowns each to lead Isle of Wight to 41-0 win

Published 9:15 am Saturday, September 11, 2010

HAMPTON—Chargers Matt Bratton and Charles Keyt led Isle of Wight Academy with two touchdowns each for a 41-0 win over Hampton Christian on Friday night.

Head Coach Dale Chapman said he took advantage of not having a game last week to work with the team. It paid off.

“The offensive line has improved along with linebackers and backs,” said Chapman, noting the linebackers were hitting hard.

The Chargers, who are 1-1 for the season, had 399 yards on offense, including 354 rushing and 45 yards in 2 of 5 passing attempts.

Keyt led in rushing with 177 yards on 23 carries. Bratton was top receiver with 34 yards.

The Chargers had one interception and were penalized 8 times for a total of 35 yards.

At the end of the first quarter, Isle of Wight led 14-0; at the end of the half, 27-0; and 41-0 at the end of the third.

In the first quarter, Ben Epps threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to Bratton. Charley Tameron kicked the extra point.

Keyt scored on a 15-yard run. Tameron’s kick was good.

In the second quarter, Charger Greg Chaffer scored on a 13-yard interception run. Tameron’s kick was good.

Bratton scored a 28-yard run. The kick failed.

In the third quarter, Keyt scored on a 9-yard run, Tameron’s kick was good.

For the final score, Epps rushed in on a 12-yard run. Tameron’s kick was good.

Isle of Wight will travel to Kenston Forest for a 7 p.m. league game on Friday, Sept. 17.