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Richmond Hill roughed up in scrimmage
Brian Hughes looks for an open receiver. - photo by Photo by Camden County Tribune & Georgian

KINGSLAND – The Richmond Hill Wildcats had a tough night in their preseason scrimmage, falling 55-0 to Camden County on Friday.

While Richmond Hill struggled all night on offense and defense, Camden County moved the ball at will and racked up eight touchdowns. RHHS trailed 35-0 in the second quarter.

Junior Brian Hughes led Richmond Hill rushers with 7 carries for 22 yards and senior Andre Walker had a team-high 4 catches for 8 yards.Senior quarterback Xavier Bryant-Long completed 7 of 10 passes for 19 yards.

Sophomore Sam James led the RHHS defense with 7 solo tackles, 3 assists and a forced fumble.

The Wildcats have three more weeks of preseason practice before their opener against Johnson Sept. 4 at home.

After the loss, first-year coach Matthew Lezotte challenged his team to “refocus” their efforts and asked them how they could serve the team better.

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