Central State quarterback James Woody, from Ballou High School, completed two long touchdown passes to freshman wide receiver Kevin Hairston in the third quarter as the Ohio school pulled away from a 7-7 halftime lead for an easy 40-15 victory over the University of the District of Columbia at Roosevelt High School.
UDC finished the season at 2-8 and Central State at 7-3.
The teams totaled 655 passing yards. Dwayne Butler of UDC completed 33 of 71 passes for 381 yards. But he threw six interceptions, two of which were run back for touchdowns late in the last period.
The record for most passes in Division II and III is 79, set by Mike Wallace of Ohio Wesleyan in 1981.
Woody completed eight of 15 passes for 274 yards, with one interception. Hairston caught five passes for 241 yards.
UDC took a 7-0 lead early in the second quarter when Butler completed a 12-yard touchdown pass to Frank Lewis. Central State came back to tie midway in the second period on a three-yard plunge by Kevin Cummings.
On the first play of the second half, Woody, at his 38, passed to Hairston for 56 yards. Alvin Street completed the drive with a two-yard run. Hairston made his two long touchdown receptions later in the period.
UDC's Wayne Jeffries had 13 catches for 129 yards.