RICHMOND HILL - Richmond Hill High School stayed perfect on the season with a 28-6 win over Bradwell Institute, and the Tigers fell to 0-5 all time against a team the school had never played in football before 2012.
This Region 2-AAAAA matchup one wasn’t pretty, as both teams were coming off schedules and lives altered by Hurricane Matthew.
But Richmond Hill recovered quicker, scoring on a 48-yard touchdown pass from Kasey Green to Justin Jeffery a minute into the game.
The Wildcats increased their lead to 14-0 by halftime after blocking a BI field goal attempt early in the second quarter.
Richmond Hill tacked on another TD in the third quarter before the Tigers could get on the board in the fourth quarter on Kevin Harris’ 4-yard run.
The Wildcats, who improved to 6-0 overall and 1-0 in 2-AAAAAA, added a late touchdown after BI attempted an onsides kick.
Bradwell fell to 2-3-1 and 0-1 in the region. The Tigers take on Brunswick on Oct. 24 in a game postponed due to Hurricane Matthew.