Cougars slap Dukes

Published 11:57 am Saturday, October 11, 2014

The Windsor High School Dukes were able to keep the Surry High School Cougars off the board for 1 quarter of play, but that’s about the only highlight as the Cougars marched to the 33-0 TriRiver District out-of-division VHSL football match.

Windsor was outgained 404 to 132 in total yards. Keshawn Reid was 4-15 passing with 79 yards, while Curtis Waters led the way for Windsor on the ground with 27 yards over 8 rushes.

The Dukes fumbled the ball 8 times in the bad weather, and lost it 4 times.

Of the four touchdowns for Surry, Timothy Marsh was responsible for three of them. His first was a 63-yard punt return. His second was a quarterback keeper from 2 yards out. Finally, in the second half, he hit Treshaun Clayton from 31-yards out for a touchdown.

On the night, Surry was 13-20 passing for 182 yards.

The Dukes fall to 2-4 on the season in losing their third straight, while Surry improves to 6-0.

Windsor will take on Greensville High School this upcoming week.