Snow Hill here Friday for KCHS homecoming

WORTON — Kent County football closes out its regular season at home Friday night, Oct. 27 against Snow Hill.

It’s homecoming, so there will be the crowning of KCHS royalty and entertainment from the Brigade of Blue marching band at halftime.

The opening kickoff is at 6:30 p.m.

Please come out and support the Trojans — players, coaches, cheerleaders, musicians, band front, and homecoming king and queen candidates.

The Band Boosters will be manning the concession booth.

“We feel good about tomorrow night’s game,” head coach Harold Somerville told The Evening Enterprise in a text message Thursday morning. “We have prepared all week and now it’s time to show what we have practiced for. … We anticipate that our guys will show up to play and be aggressive.”

Snow Hill is 4-4 after losing its last three games.

Three of the Eagles’ wins are against non-Bayside Conference opponents: Annapolis Area Christian, Nandua (Virginia) and Arcadia (Virginia).

Snow Hill’s other “W” is against 0-7 Washington.

Meantime, the Trojans (1-7) are coming off a 57-8 loss Oct. 19 at Colonel Richardson.

Jonah Somerville, pressed into service as quarterback Oct. 13 when the starter sustained a season-ending injury at Washington, found Larry Steward with a 45-yard scoring strike for the Trojans’ only touchdown.

By then KCHS already was playing catch-up because Chatydrick Pickrom had a strip sack for a TD.

Derrick Mitchell rushed for two touchdowns and quarterback Tarron Hammond threw for two scores.

Dylan Cecil and Carter Turbitt also had touchdown runs for the 4-4 Colonels.

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