CAMBRIDGE — Khalik Beasley had touchdown runs of 26 and 36 yards and the Vikings defense delivered a pair of scores as Cambridge-South Dorchester won its fourth straight with a 49-18 victory over Nandua, Va. Friday, Oct, 4.
“We didn’t tackle that well, or block well, but we muscled through for the win,” Viking head coach Gaven Parker said, his team now 4-1.
Nandua took a 6-0 lead, but Cambridge-SD responded, scoring on four plays on its next possession to pull ahead, 7-6. The Vikings extended their lead to 21-12 at halftime.
Camren Lake had a 19-yard touchdown run, Kanye Pinder scored on a 9-yard run, and Malik Ennals added an 8-yard scoring run. Ennals also had two interceptions, returning one 50 yards for a touchdown.
The Vikings’ other touchdown was provided by 290-pound defensive lineman Avery Nichols, who scooped a fumble and returned it for a score.
Place-kicker James Frazier was 7 for 7 on point-after touchdown kicks for Cambridge-SD. Quarterback john Henry completed 4 of 8 passes for 45 yards.