Louisa County took to the air Friday night and it paid off in a big way.
The Lions rolled 63-14 past Charlottesville Friday night to lock up an undefeated first half of the regular season as the Lions moved to 5-0 on the year.
Louisa’s Landon Wilson tossed four touchdown passes — three of them to Dyzier Carter and another to Savion Hiter to build a 42-point lead before halftime.
Carter had six catches for 184 yards and the three scores, with strikes from 58 and 56 yards out in the mix. Wilson finished with 274 yards through the air on 11-for-14 passing as well as two other touchdowns on the ground.
Louisa piled up 504 yards on offense, with 328 as a team coming via the air.
Hiter had 106 yards from scrimmage split evenly between eight carries on the ground and a 52-yard touchdown catch and run.
Gavin Anderson scored for the Lions on a 54-yard catch from Levi Wilson. Adam Mills had 50 yards on nine carries.
In the second half, Charlottesville got a touchdown run from Seth Nowell and an 86-yard kick return for a touchdown from Noah Ivery.
The Lions (5-0) will host Monticello next week while the Black Knights (0-5) get a week off before hosting Goochland.