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Football: King 49, Strawberry Crest 7

DOVER — King won in dominating fashion Friday, defeating Strawberry Crest 49-7.

The Lions got on the board first, with a 29-yard touchdown pass from Greg Windham to tight end Kim Jackson.

On King's next series, Windham connected again with Jackson, this time for 22 yards.

The Lions' next two drives resulted in touchdowns from Le'Vadre Thomas' 3-yard run and Chris Murray's 10-yard catch from Windham, giving King a 28-0 lead at halftime.

In the third quarter, Lions defensive lineman Fred Dorsey recovered a Strawberry Crest fumble, punching it in for a 34-yard touchdown.

The Chargers scored in the third quarter on a 19-yard pass from freshman Michael Mitchell to Karel Hamilton. However, King answered as Jackson pulled in a 30-yard pass from Windham for a score. Windham, who sat out the fourth quarter, went 15 for 22 for 250 yards, five touchdowns and one interception.

Patti McDonald, Times correspondent

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