PLAY OF THE GAME: On Richmond Academy's first possession, quarterback Mar-Quon Medlock fired a bomb down the left sideline that Drek Reid caught for a 55-yard score.
PLAYERS of the game: Medlock and running back Jerrel Anderson each accounted for three touchdowns. Medlock threw for 153 yards and three touchdowns, while Anderson rushed for 154 yards -- 146 in the first half.
Why RICHMOND ACADEMY won: The Musketeers had too many athletes at the skill positions. Factor in a desire to get rid of the sour taste left by a 30-6 loss to North Augusta, and the result is the Musketeers' third 30-point game of the season.
WHY HARLEM LOST: The Bulldogs were out-manned. They couldn't muster any momentum offensively, finishing with 148 yards. Quarterback Zach Morris had 76 of the Bulldogs' 137 rushing yards.
QUOTABLE: "We came out tonight and established the line of scrimmage early. We were out-physicaled, so to speak, the last time we played, and so it was important for us to get back to what we do well." -- Richmond Academy coach Chris Hughes
NEXT: Lakeside at Richmond Academy, Harlem at Cross Creek.