Nandua pounces on Washington early, rolls in week one

PRICNESS ANNE, Md.- Scoring just one touchdown throughout four quarters, the Washington Jaguars fell to Nandua out of Virginia 41-6. The loss drops Washington to 0-1 to start the season for the fifteenth consecutive year.

A little spark from the Jags to start the game, an interception by safety Zavian Hall  ended the Warriors opening drive. But the excitement was short lived as Hall threw an interception of his own to Nandua QB Joe Teasley and Teasley took it 50 yards to the house for the games opening points. It turned into the Joe Teasley show in the first quarter. Following the pick six, Teasley would throw two touchdowns, one to Tyler Greene and another to Zykeese Davis, also tacking on four tackles.

Down 21 early in the first, Washington would finally get on the board. An end around to do it all receiver Gavin Fontaine went 60 yards for the score. A missed extra point would cut the Warrior lead to 21-6 at the end of the first.

The Warriors would continue their dominance throughout the rest of the game, outscoring Washington 20-0 through the next three quarters. Nandua takes the week one matchup 41-6 over the Jaguars.

Washington returns to action next Friday at 6:30 when they host Bayside powerhouse North Caroline.

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