FCHS dominated by James River 35-6

Floyd Quarterback Brady Underwood drops ball before handoff in first series of the game (All photos by Doug Thompson)
Floyd Quarterback Brady Underwood drops ball before handoff in first series of the game (All photos by Doug Thompson)

James River High’s Knights ran all over Floyd County’s Buffaloes Friday night, leading 21-6 at the half and adding 14 more at the half.

Floyd’s only score came from an 11-yard pass to Austin Gallimore in the second quarter in a game dominated by James River in offense and defense.

Fumbles, dropped passes and interceptions haunted the Buffaloes and the loss leaves the  Buffaloes at 1-3 heading into a road game next week against Grayson County and Radford the week after before a bye week on Oct. 9.

More photos and Roger Mannon’s story in the next Floyd Press.

A dropped pass on a play that would have given FCHS a first down.
A dropped pass on a play that would have given FCHS a first down.
A 57-yard pass play gave James River a 14-0 lead early in the game.
A 57-yard pass play gave James River a 14-0 lead early in the game.

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