Broncos buck Surry lead to win 60-34

Published 10:23 am Wednesday, October 5, 2011

SURRY—Franklin’s Travis Brown rushed for 176 yards and scored three touchdowns, including one for 75 yards, to lead the Broncos to a 60-34 win over Surry on Tuesday night.

Also in the makeup game, Bronco Marcus Stephens carried the ball 18 times for 164 yards and two touchdowns. Teammates Delvontae Boone scored two touchdowns while Latrell Lane rushed for 96 yards and one touchdown.

James Pulley carried the ball 22 times for 152 yards for Surry.

Franklin carried the ball for 464 yards to Surry’s 174. While Boone went 1-for-1 in passing for one yard, Surry’s Timothy Thomas completed 10 of 15 passes for 210 yards and touchdowns for 54 and 47 yards.

Franklin was penalized 13 times for 103 yards and Surry, nine times for 76 yards.

Surry opened scoring with 10:25 left in the first quarter on 54-yard pass from Thomas to Reginald Diggs, who caught the ball five times for 153 yards during the game. Pulley’s run was good for two points.

Just over two minutes later, Brown scored on a 9-yard run and picked up the two-point conversion.

With 4:30 left in the quarter, Brown scored again on a 15-yard run and scored the two-point conversion, giving Franklin a 16-8 lead.

Thomas found Diggs again on a 47-yard pass for a touchdown with 11:47 left in the second quarter. Pulley’s attempt at two points failed.

Twenty-two seconds later, Brown scored on a 75-yard run. Stephens picked up the two-point conversion.

With 8:32 left in the half, Stephens scored on a 12-yard run and added the two-point conversion.

Pulley scored on a 26-yard run for Surry. Thomas’ pass for the two points failed.

Boone ran in for 9 yards with 1:17 left in the half. Terry Warren scored the two-point conversion, giving Franklin a 46-20 halftime lead.

With 7:37 into the third quarter, Stephens scored on a 24-yard run. Boone’s run for two points was good.

Lane scored on a two-yard run with 1:14 left in the quarter.

Pulley scored for Surry on a 10-yard run with 11:02 in the fourth quarter. He also picked up the two-point conversion.

Thomas scored the final touchdown for Surry on a one-yard run.