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Football: King 51, Strawberry Crest 6

DOVER — King dominated previously undefeated Strawberry Crest in every facet for a blowout.

The Lions gained 295 yards of offense and the majority came from two players. Shawn Hibbert pounded the Chargers for 120 yards rushing on 12 carries and Greg Windham went 9-for-14 for 121 yards passing. Each had rushing touchdowns and Windham had two more through the air.

The King defense did more than hold Strawberry Crest to six points. The Lions scored one touchdown on an interception return and one on a fumble recovery, and King's special teams scored on a blocked punt.

Despite three turnovers, and being held to 99 yards total, the Chargers avoided the shutout. On the final play of the game, quarterback Brandon Reeves tossed it back to Daniel Padron, who ran over a defender for the score.

Matt Hooper, Times Correspondent

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