DOVER — Strawberry Crest ended its monthlong scoreless streak and returned to the win column, beating Lennard 9-6 on homecoming Friday night.Receiver Jamar Hunt scored on a fade route for a 20-yard touchdown on the third play of the second quarter. He outjumped the smaller defender on the play for a perfectly thrown ball by Jarrett Rappe. Hunt also set up the score by returning a punt 40 yards to the Lennard 10 on the last play of the first.The Chargers' last touchdown came in the third quarter of a loss to Plant City on Sept. 28, a span of 18 quarters.Lennard countered on its next possession when Justin Williams connected with Justice Martin for a 29-yard scoring pass. However, Lennard elected to go for two and failed, leaving the Longhorns trailing 7-6.A bad punt snap by Lennard early in the third quarter gave Strawberry Crest a safety and a 9-6 lead.Lennard had a chance to tie the game with 4:33 left in the fourth, but a 37-yard field-goal attempt was pulled wide left.Strawberry Crest (2-7, 1-5) wraps up its season at home against Chamberlain. Lennard (0-9, 0-6) finishes on the road at Hillsborough.Key play: On the last play of the first, Hunt fielded a short punt at midfield and broke into the clear with only the punter to beat. While making a move to the sideline, he slipped and fell at the 10. However, the big return set up Strawberry Crest's touchdown.Key drive: Though it lasted only three plays and the first two lost a combined 10 yards, the Chargers converted their second chance at a short field with the touchdown following Hart's return. On their first possession of the game, the Chargers started at the Lennard three after an interception and two penalties on the play. But, they came up empty when a penalty negated a touchdown, and a field-goal try was missed. Their second chance put them in the lead for good.Key stats: Lennard, playing without three starters on offense because of injury, struggled throughout. It's longest possession was six plays. The Longhorns produced six first downs, two by penalty. They did outgain Strawberry Crest by almost 40 yards. The Lennard defense held the Chargers to less than 80 yards on offense until their final possession. … The teams combined for 18 penalties accepted and 170 penalty yards.Final word I: "We were down three kids on offense, and (the run game) just didn't work out well. And then (LB Kagan Lioy) had the game of his life for them. He played an incredible high school football game." — Lennard coach Matt Kitchie.Final word II: "Jamar hasn't returned kicks until this season, but he is a big, long, fast kid with great concentration to catch the ball. And he is smart. And (big plays) are what he does." — Strawberry Crest coach Ron Hawn.