The Warhawks opened the game with a 16-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Patrick Berry to John Finney. The Warhawks added to their lead on Finney's four-yard touchdown reception, bringing the score to 14-0.
In the second quarter, Madison added to its lead on Brandon Walker's five-yard touchdown run. Berry increased Madison's lead with a 19-yard touchdown reception.
The Warhawks trailed Madison 28-0 heading into the second half. The Warhawks scored again on Ethan Lee's 37-yard field goal.
Leading 31-0 at the start of the fourth quarter, Madison went even further ahead following Bobby Williams's one-yard touchdown run. Washington-Lee put the final points on the board with a nine-yard touchdown reception by Will Schmidt from quarterback Ryan Dodds.
Berry led Madison with 116 passing yards, completing six of seven attempts. He had three touchdowns. Michael Thiel led the Warhawks with 32 rushing yards on three carries. Johnny Hecht led the Warhawks with 54 receiving yards on two catches.
Dodds led the Generals with 112 passing yards, completing 14 of 23 attempts. He had one touchdown. Washington-Lee's top rusher was Dodds, who had three carries for six yards. Washington-Lee's top receiver was Larry Carpenter, who had two catches for 8 yards.
Madison (4-1, 0-0) will play South County High School (2-2, 0-0) on Sept. 28. Washington-Lee (0-3, 0-0) will host Annandale High School (2-2, 0-0) on Sept. 28.
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