Madison opened the game with a 31-yard field goal by David Louden. The Bulldogs took the lead from the Warhawks with Daniel Thompson's 80-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Mason Tatum, bringing the score to 7-3.
In the second quarter, the Bulldogs added to their lead on Mark Williams's 12-yard touchdown reception. The Bulldogs went even further ahead following Thompson's 31-yard touchdown reception.
Stone Bridge had the lead going into the second half, 21-3. The Warhawks reduced the deficit with a one-yard touchdown run by Patrick Berry. Josh Lawyer increased Stone Bridge's lead with a nine-yard touchdown run. Stone Bridge put the final points on the board with a 78-yard touchdown reception by Thompson.
Tatum led the Bulldogs with 301 passing yards, completing 12 of 21 attempts. He had four touchdowns and one interception. Stone Bridge's top rusher was Lawyer, who had six carries for 53 yards and one touchdown. The Bulldogs' top receiver was Thompson, who had nine catches for 237 yards and three touchdowns.
Berry led Madison with 192 passing yards, completing nine of 24 attempts. He had two interceptions. Casey Koshuta led Madison with 59 rushing yards on 17 carries. Madison's top receiver was John Finney, who had six catches for 128 yards.
Stone Bridge (2-0, 0-0) will play Champe High School (3-1, 0-0) on Sept. 22. Madison (3-1, 0-0) will host Washington-Lee High School (0-3, 0-0) on Sept. 22.
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