Williams throws three TDs to lead Northview
By By ROBERT BLANKENSHIP
Advance Managing Editor
The Northview High School Chiefs traveled to Chipley High Friday night for a jamboree contest. The Chiefs played to a 0-0 score in one half of play against Chipley, but found more offense in the second half against Blountstown to take a 32-12 victory.
The Chiefs did not get a win a against Chipley, a regular season opponent. But, Coach Bo Lambeth said he was pleased with many aspects of the game.
Chipley held the Chiefs to under 100 yards total offense in the first half.
Northview was able to get some points against Blountstown as NHS senior quarterback Kyle Williams threw for three touchdowns and Leonte Wright rushed for two more.
The Chiefs had a total of 213 yards in the second half.
Williams put the Chiefs on top 6-0 with a 30-yard touchdown pass to Jonathan Andrews. The PAT was no good.
The score went to 12-0 when Williams threw a 1-yard pass to Mandell Smith. The Chiefs missed the PAT.
With the score 12-6, Leonte Wright gave the Chiefs more cushion as he rumbled 26 yards for a touchdown. The PAT was no good, but the Chiefs held an 18-6 advantage.
Wright put the game out of reach for Blountstown when he scored the Chiefs' fourth touchdown of the half. This time, he ran it in from 30 yards out. Jeremy Greenwell made the PAT.
Williams completed the scoring with another touchdown pass to Andrews, this one a 28-yarder. Greenwell's PAT was good.
Lambeth said the Chiefs still have some work to do before the season opener next week against Vernon.