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Livingstone-St. Aug’s boxscore

St. Augustine’s 26, Livingstone 15

St. Augustine’s      0      7     10     9  — 26

Livingstone            3      6     0     6 —  15

First Quarter

LC — Akundu FG 22, 3:03

Second Quarter

SA — Lawson 30 interception return (Smith kick), 10:54

LC — Ant. Faraimo 66 pass from Longerbeam (kick failed), 3:04

Third Quarter

SA — Darby 32 run (Smith kick), 8:49

SA — Smith FG 39, 6:17

Fourth Quarter

LC — Baisy 16 run (run failed), 7:26

SA — Safety (Ga. Hines tackled in end zone), 2:07

SA — Scott 30 kick return (Smith kick), 2:03

                                                                 SA       LC

First downs                                                11         16

Rushes-yards                                       38-138      46-136

Passing yards                                           78         216

Comp-Att-Int                                       12-23-0     13-34-2

Punts                                                      7-42.1       5-42

Fumbles-Lost                                           2-2        1-1

Penalties-Yards                                      5-69       10-122

3rd down conversions                           2-15         7-20

 

  INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING —   St. Augustine’s: Miller 25-89; Darby 9-37; Marrow 3-9; Joyner 1-3. Livingstone: Baisy 14-57; M.Hayes 10-45; Ruffin 8-35; Adams 1-3; Longerbeam 4-(minus 1); And. Faraimo 9-(minus 3).

PASSING — St. Augustine’s: Darby 12-23-0, 78. Livingstone: M.Hayes 6-23-2, 69; Longerbeam 7-11-0, 147.

RECEIVING — St. Augustine’s: Miles 3-28; Joyner 3-18; Berry 3-18; Whitehead 1-8; Conley 1-5; Scott 1-1. Livingstone: Ransom 4-41; Ant. Faraimo 3-89; And. Faraimo 2-37; Ruffin 1-20; Duncan 1-19; Askew 1-11; Ga. Hines 1-(minus 1).

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