Offense hasn't been a problem for James River this year, but stopping people has. The Knights trying to buck the trend against Parry McCluer.
By the half, they had a 14 to 0 lead, and they added to it quicly in the third.
QB Coulter Hodges scrambled out of the pocket before making the long pass to Michael Taylor in the end zone and it was a 21-nothing advantage.
Parry McCluer's Marcellius Dawson finally got the Blues into the endzone with the great second effort here but the Blues were still playing from behind.
Coulton Painter coughs it up on the fumble and it sets James River up for another score, with a 30-yard throw from Hodges to Eric Tolley and the Knights were smelling a win.
Parry McCluer answered when Dawson took it in on a handoff from Painter. But that's as close as it got as James River won it 30 to 14.