Spiders see record home winning streak snapped by JMU

Posted at 1:26 AM, Nov 06, 2016
and last updated 2016-11-06 01:26:08-04

The Richmond Spiders had their school record 11 game home winning streak end by JMU 47-43.  Dukes quarterback Bryan Schor accounted for 377 yards of total offense and three touchdowns.  Spiders quarterback Kyle Lauletta threw for a career high 435 yards and a personal best five passing touchdowns along with a rushing TD.

In the ACC, Virginia Tech won their 3rd in a row, 24-21 over Duke.  Jerod Evans had 275 yards of offense and a TD for the Hokies, who also blocked a Blue Devils FG and returned it for a touchdown.

Virginia lost at Wake Forest 27-20 ending Bronco Mendenhall's streak of 11 straight bowl appearances.  The Cavaliers clinched their fifth straight losing season while the Demon Deacons became bowl eligible for the first time since 2011.

In the CIAA, Virginia State won this year's I-95 battle over Virginia Union 48-21.  The duo of Trent Cannon and Kavon Bellamy combined to rushed for 315 yards and four touchdowns.  And each eclipsed the 1,000 yard mark on the season.

Randolph-Macon remained atop the ODAC Conference standings after a 31-10 win over Guilford.  The Yellow Jackets shutout the Quakers in the second half, forced two turnovers and had four sacks.

In High School Football action, Collegiate beat St. Christopher's 30-22 to clinch the top seed in the VISAA Division I rankings.

Huguenot beat George Wythe 34-14.

At the Dominion Charity Classic at the CCV James River Course, Tom Byrum and Scott McCarron will be paired in the final group in round three as they shared the lead after two rounds at -10.  Bernhard Langer, the number one seed in the Champions Tour, is two shots back.