Southern Lee Stifles Triton Run Game, Wins 30-5

The Southern Lee Cavaliers started with an opening drive of 65 yards in 12 plays in more than 6 minutes to take an early 7-0 lead and went on to defeat the Triton Hawks, 30-5 in Tri-County 6 3A Action at Cavalier Stadium. Junior Quarterback DeAndre McAllister finished 8 for 13 on the night for 187 yards and 3 touchdown passes. The Cavalier defense held the Hawks running attack to 100 yards less than their game average and without an offensive touchdown in winning their 5th straight game. Southern Lee also forced 5 Triton turnovers and Senior Daniel Pisano added 3 Field Goals on the evening. The Cavs improve to 2-0 in the conference and 5-2 overall. Triton drops to 0-2 in conference and 2-6 overall. Southern Lee travels to Union Pines next Friday. 

Scoring

Triton                     0    3    0   2   –    5 

Southern Lee        7   10   0  13  –  30

Scoring Summary

SL – McAllister 2yd TD Pass to Elijah Foxx (Daniel Pisano PAT)

SL  – McAllister 74yd TD Pass to Tanoah Lockley (Pisano PAT)

SL – Pisano 20yd FG

T  –  Cristian Delcid 25YD FG

SL-   Pisano 32yd FG

SL –  McAllister 4yd TD Pass to DJ Williams (Pisano PAT)

SL –  Pisano 22yd FG

T –  Safety (Pisano tackled in end zone on punt)

Rushing

Triton –  Romello Cowan – 12-85; JP Petoletti 3-29; Malik McNeil 4-16; TEAM TOTALS – 35-150.

Southern Lee – Rodney Ingram 13-37; Keshaun Mays 6-16; Nick Locklear 3-15; TEAM TOTALS – 35-73.

Passing

Triton – JP Petoletti 2-3, 45 yards, 1 INT

Southern Lee – McAllister 8-13, 187 yards, 3 TD’s

Receiving

Triton – Travion Sanders 1-25; Charles James 1-20.

Southern Lee – Lockley 2-109, 1TD; Foxx 4-69, 1TD; Kenyon Palmer 1-5; DJ Williams 1-4, 1TD.

  • Cavs forced 5 turnovers (4 fumbles and 1 Int)
  • Junior DT Elijah Barrett (2 fumble recoveries, Sack) was the Normann Financial Group/WWGP Player of the Game.
  • McAllister to Lockley 74 yard TD pass was F&W Playhouse Play of the Game
  • Lockley had INT for Cavs,  Keshaun Mays and AJ West had fumble recoveries. NO turnovers for Cavs.  
  • Each team had 11 first downs