When Woodberry Forest’s offense starts out hot, it can get overwhelming really fast for opponents.
That’s what happened to St. Christopher’s on Saturday as the Tigers let loose with 21 first quarter points en route to a 48-6 victory over the Saints.
Lindell Stone threw a pair of touchdown passes right out of the gate to stake Woodberry to a 14-0 lead. Then Terrell Jana got loose on a run for 60 yards and a score. The Tigers led 21-0 at the end of one, and by the end of the first half they were up 42-6. Jameel Wilson scored twice from six and five yards out in the second quarter and in between those two touchdowns, Stone slipped in on a 2-yard run.
Woodberry’s last score came in the first minute of the third quarter when Stone hit Khalid Thomas for a 59-yard touchdown and a 48-6 lead that held up as the final score.
Stone added to his career area record totals with a 13-for-20, 258-yard performance highlighted by the trio of touchdowns.
Jana finished with five catches for 100 yards, Thomas caught two passes for 64 yards with both going for touchdowns and Kyle Bilodeau snagged two catches for 56 yards including a 43-yarder.
Wilson finished with 56 yards on eight carries including the two touchdowns.
Woodberry’s defense recovered three fumbles with Lucas Ferreira, Robbie Grass and Warren Matthews pouncing on the ball.
The Tigers (7-1) will lock up with Fork Union this week in their Prep League finale. They’ll then turn their attention to taking on archrival Episcopal.