Football at Carnegie Mellon
PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- Carnegie Mellon's Robert Gimson and Travis Sivek each rushed for over 100 yards and combined for four touchdowns as the Tartans posted a 39-21 victory over the Generals on Saturday afternoon at Gesling Stadium.
CMU (6-4) took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter on a Gimson touchdown, but the Generals answered back as freshman quarterback Patrick Rouse (Lexington, Ky./Henry Clay) connected with senior wide receiver Jack Martin (Clayton, Mo./Hun School (N.J.)) on a 26-yard scoring strike to take 7-6 lead with 5:37 remaining in the first half. However, it was the only W&L lead of the afternoon as the Tartans scored 23 unanswered points and held a 29-7 lead with 2:41 to play in the third quarter.
The Generals rallied late, cutting the CMU lead to 29-21. Junior Stuart Sitterson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) capped off a 67-yard drive with a seven-yard scramble with three seconds remaining in the third quarter and senior Britt Jamison (Cincinnati, Ohio/Indian Hill) recovered a fumble and returned it 35 yards for another score just 13 seconds into the final quarter, but it wasn't enough as CMU responded with a field goal and a touchdown to insure the win.
The Blue and White were hampered by six turnovers on the day, four interceptions and two fumbles.
Offensively, W&L was paced by Sitterson and Martin. Sitterson tallied his third-straight 100-yard rushing game with 144 yards and posted 338 all-purpose yards. Martin caught 11 passes for 108 yards and a touchdown. With his 11 receptions on the day, Martin became W&L's all-time leader in career receptions with 167, surpassing Colton Ward '07 (161). Martin also ends his career at W&L as the schools' all-time leader in career receiving yards (2,953) and career touchdowns (32). Rouse entered the contest in the second quarter and threw for a career-high 117 yards (13-of-29) with one touchdown and three interceptions.
Seniors Kyle Harvey (Columbia, S.C./Richland Northeast) and Scott Russell (Mendham, N.J./West Morris Mendham) led the W&L defensive with 14 tackles each.
For Carnegie Mellon, Gimson rushed for 161 yards on 27 carries with three scores, while Sivek totaled 125 yards on 34 carries with one touchdown. With their performances, both rushers totaled over 1,000 yards on the season. Quarterback Phil Pantalone was 5-of-8 passing for 86 yards and rushed for a score. The CMU defense was led by Jon Scholl and Dan Falkenstein, who each had nine tackles.
The Generals completed the season with a 6-3 record and tallied their fourth-straight winning season, something that had not occurred since W&L posted six-consecutive winning campaigns from 1980-85.
Football at Emory & Henry
EMORY, Va. – Sophomore quarterback R.J. Varner (Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park) connected with senior wide receiver Jack Martin (Clayton, Mo./Hun School) on a 61-yard touchdown pass with 1:07 remaining to lift Washington and Lee to a 17-14 victory over Emory & Henry in ODAC football action on Saturday afternoon at E&H’s Fullerton Field.
The Generals (6-2, 4-2) forced a punt with 2:12 remaining in the game and began the winning drive on their own 13-yardline. W&L proceeded to march 87 yards in just four plays capped by Varner’s game-winning strike to Martin on 3rd-and-9 play. The Wasps took over the next possession on their own 35-yardline with one minute remaining but managed just 13 yards on seven plays before surrendering the ball on downs.
W&L assumed a 3-0 lead in the first quarter after a fumbled punt setting the Generals up for a 1st-and-goal from the E&H 6-yardline. The Wasps’ defense stiffened and forced a 22-yard field goal by senior cornerback Mark Snoddy (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) at the 3:45 mark.
Emory & Henry (4-5, 1-4) took a 7-3 lead on a 26-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Daniel Booher to Johnathan Hawkins with 10:28 left in the half, but the Generals responded on the next drive as junior wide receiver Stuart Sitterson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) capped an 8-play, 76-yard drive with a 4-yard touchdown run for a 10-7 W&L lead at the half.
The Wasps reassumed the lead at 14-10 with 6:08 left in the third quarter on a 4-yard touchdown run by tailback Matt Gillespie and the lead stood up until Varner’s game-winning connection to Martin.
Sitterson paced the Generals with 207 all-purpose yards and one touchdown. He rushed 19 times for a career-high 110 yards, caught two passes for eight yards and racked up 89 return yards. He also completed one pass for 41 yards. Varner completed 13-of-23 passes for 193 yards and one score, while Martin snared six passes for 156 yards and the winning touchdown. Junior defensive end Tommy Matteo (Worcester, Pa./Germantown Academy) paced the defense with nine tackles, while senior linebacker Bryant Fulk (Oceanside, Calif./St. Augustine) totaled eight tackles, 0.5 sacks and one interception.
Gillespie led the Wasps with 109 yards and one touchdown on 24 carries. Booher completed 11-of-25 passes for 137 yards and one score, while Hawkins caught five balls for 64 yards and one touchdown. Linebacker Evin O’Sullivan led the E&H defense with 12 tackles and a pair of sacks.
Washington and Lee will wrap up its season on Saturday as it travels to Carnegie Mellon for a 1:00 pm contest.
Football vs. Bridgewater (Parents' Weekend)
LEXINGTON, Va. – The Washington and Lee football team snapped a seven-game losing streak to Bridgewater as the Generals downed the 19th-ranked Eagles, 17-14, on Saturday afternoon in the final game played at the current Wilson Field.
W&L (5-2, 3-2) held Bridgewater to just 212 yards of total offense and limited the Eagles to just 3-of-15 on third-down conversions. The parents weekend crowd of 6,325 saw the Generals win the final game at the current Wilson Field, which will be rebuilt on the current site prior to next football season.
The Eagles (6-2, 2-2) jumped out to a 7-0 lead just 4:12 into the game as senior running back Phillip Carter (Spotsylvania, Va./Spotsylvania) scored on a 31-yard scamper to cap BC's opening drive of the game. However, the Generals' defense would stiffen and W&L knotted the game at 7-7 with 5:03 remaining in the first half on a 22-yard touchdown strike from sophomore quarterback R.J. Varner (Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park) to junior wide receiver Ty Parrino (Holliston, Mass./Holliston).
The Generals then assumed a 14-7 lead with 30 seconds left in the first half as Varner hooked up with junior wide receiver Billy Murray (Louisville, Ky./Trinity) on a 2-yard touchdown pass. Carter returned the ensuing kickoff 65 yards to the W&L 18-yardline with 17 seconds left in the half, but W&L blocked a 35-yard field goal attempt by BC senior placekicker Kyle Beach (Manassas, Va./Osbourn Park), his second miss of the opening half, to preserve a 14-7 lead at the break.
Senior cornerback Mark Snoddy (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) capped the Generals' first drive of the third quarter with a 23-yard field goal for a 17-7 lead with 9:01 remaining and another missed field goal by Beach late in the third quarter sent the teams into the final stanza with W&L leading 17-7.
The Eagles climbed to within 17-14 on a 9-yard touchdown pass from senior quarterback Jeff Highfill (Roanoke, Va./William Byrd) to senior wide receiver Brandon Copeland (Greensboro, N.C./Page) with 12:09 left in the game, but the Generals' defense held the Eagles on their final possession and the offense strung together an 11-play, 53-yard drive that drained the final 4:12 off the clock to end the game.
Junior wide receiver Stuart Sitterson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) led the offense with 216 all-purpose yards. He rushed 18 times for a career-high 103 yards, caught a team-high five passes for 51 yards and tallied 62 yards on returns. Varner completed 19-of-34 passes for 198 yards and two touchdowns with one interception, while Parrino snared two passes for 32 yards and one touchdown. Senior defensive back Kyle Luby (Dallas, Texas/Highland Park) totaled a team-best 11 tackles, while senior linebacker Bryant Fulk (Oceanside, Calif./St. Augustine) notched nine tackles and 3.5 sacks.
Carter paced the Bridgewater offense with 103 yards and one touchdown on 24 carries. Highfill completed just 8-of-20 passes for 75 yards and one touchdown, while Copeland caught five passes for 53 yards and one score. Senior defensive back Desmond Jalloh (Roanoke, Va./Cave Spring) led the defense with nine tackles.
Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it travels to Emory & Henry for a 1:00 pm contest.
Football at Guilford
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Washington and Lee junior wide receiver Stuart Sitterson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) totaled 147 all-purpose yards and scored a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns to lead the Generals to a 24-13 victory over Guilford on Saturday afternoon at the Armfield Athletic Center.
The Quakers (4-3, 0-3) assumed a 13-10 lead on a 2-yard touchdown run by junior running back Zach Bobak (Burlington, N.C./Southern Alamance) with 7:43 left in the third quarter, but Sitterson gave W&L a 17-13 lead when he scored on a 2-yard plunge on a 4th and goal with 8:47 left in the game. After each team was stopped on downs on their ensuing possessions, Guilford junior quarterback Josh Vogelbach (North Fort Myers, Fla./Bishop Verot) was picked off by W&L junior safety Chris Prugar (Prospect, Ky./Kentucky Country Day) with just over one minute remaining and Sitterson scored on a 10-yard run with 1:03 left to put the game away.
Guilford jumped out to a 6-0 lead early in the second quarter on a pair of field goals (25 and 24 yards) by sophomore placekicker Hunter Chappell (Elizabeth City, N.C./Northeastern), but the Generals took a 7-6 lead at the 10:52 mark of the second quarter on a 7-yard touchchdown pass from sophomore quarterback R.J. Varner (Birmingham, Ala./Mountain Brook) to sophomore tight end Daniel Kohl (Los Angeles, Calif./Chadwick). A 20-yard field goal by senior cornerback Mark Snoddy (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) with 35 seconds left in the second quarter gave the Generals a 10-6 halftime advantage.
Sitterson paced the Generals’ offense, totaling 66 yards on 17 carries and catching four passes for 46 yards. Varner completed 18-of-33 passes for 257 yards and one touchdown (2 INT’s), while senior wide receiver Jack Martin (Clayton, Mo./Hun School) snared six passes for 96 yards. Senior safety Kyle Luby (Dallas, Texas/Highland Park) led the W&L defense with 13 tackles, all solo stops.
Vogelbach led the Guilford offense, completing 28-of-56 passes for 201 yards and no touchdowns. He was intercepted three times. Bobak carried the ball 11 times for 44 yards and one touchdown, while sophomore wide receiver Hagen Miller caught 11 balls for 57 yards. Sophomore linebacker Markas Brunson (Goldsboro, N.C./Rosewood) and sophomore linebacker Richie Paul (Fort Myers, Fla./Bishop Verot) led the Quaker defense with nine tackles each.
Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it hosts Bridgewater for a 1:00 pm contest. The Quakers will return to the field on Saturday as well, hosting Randolph-Macon for a 1:00 pm game.
Football at Hampden-Sydney
HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, Va. – Hampden-Sydney running back Josh Simpson totaled 259 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns to lead the Tigers to a 45-42 victory over Washington and Lee on Saturday at Everett Stadium.
The Tigers (5-2, 3-1) jumped out to a 10-0 first quarter lead, but the Generals (3-2, 1-2) responded with 14 points in the first 1:49 of the second quarter to assume a 14-10 lead with 13:11 left in the first half. Sophomore quarterback R.J. Varner (Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park) found senior wide receiver Jack Martin (Clayton, Mo./Hun School) with a 24-yard scoring strike at 14:08 and senior cornerback Mark Snoddy (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) returned an interception 38 yards for a touchdown just 57 seconds later.
Simpson gave H-SC the lead back just 49 seconds later when he scored on a 13-yard touchdown run, but the Generals took the lead right back (21-17) on a 16-yard touchdown pass from Varner to junior wide receiver Ty Parrino (Holliston, Mass./Holliston) just one minute later. Simpson scored on a 1-yard plunge at the 7:53 mark of the second quarter for a 24-21 lead, but the Generals again retaliated, this time on a 69-yard touchdown strike from Varner to junior wide receiver Stuart Sitterson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) for a 28-24 lead with 6:58 left before the half.
Hampden-Sydney quarterback Corey Sedlar capped the first-half scoring when he scored on a 1-yard run on a fourth-and-goal with 1:53 left and the Tigers carried a 31-28 lead into halftime.
Another Simpson touchdown run of 12 yards with 9:19 left in the third quarter gave H-SC a 38-28 lead, but the Generals again bounced back with a 5-yard touchdown pass from Varner to Martin with 4:13 left in the third period to make it 38-35. Simpson tallied his final score on a 10-yard touchdown run at 11:12 of the fourth quarter for a 45-35 lead, but the Generals scored on a 20-yard pass from Varner to Sitterson to make the score 45-42 with 12 seconds remaining.
Washington and Lee’s attempt at an onside kick failed and the Tigers walked away with the three-point victory.
Sitterson led the Generals with a school-record 389 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns. He notched a school-record 193 kickoff return yards, caught nine passes for 148 yards and two touchdowns and rushed four times for 48 yards. Varner completed 23-of-35 passes for a career-high 301 yards and tied a school record with five touchdown tosses, while Martin caught seven passes for 70 yards and two scores. Junior tailback Tom Pacicco (Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Catholic) was held under 100 yards rushing for the first time all season, totaling 46 yards on 16 carries. Senior linebacker Kyle Harvey (Columbia, S.C./Richland Northeast) led the defense with 13 tackles.
Simpson totaled 184 rushing yards on 43 carries and caught seven passes for 75 yards. Sedlar completed 21-of-33 passes for 295 yards and one touchdown, while wide receiver Drew Smith caught 11 passes for 167 yards. Linebacker Kyle Booker led the Tiger defense with 13 tackles and a shared sack.
Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it travels to Guilford College for a 1:00 pm contest.
Football vs Catholic (Homecoming)
LEXINGTON, Va. – Junior tailback Tom Pacicco (Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Catholic) rushed for a career-high 195 yards and two touchdowns as Washington and Lee recorded a 28-21 homecoming victory over Catholic in ODAC football action on Saturday afternoon at Wilson Field.
Pacicco gave the Generals a 28-14 lead on a 3-yard touchdown run with 11:23 remaining in the fourth quarter. However, the Cardinals (4-2, 0-2) sliced it to a 28-21 game on a 27-yard touchdown pass from junior quarterback Keith Ricca (Poolesville, Md./St. John's Prospect Hall) to junior wide receiver Miles Sabrick (Douglassville, Pa./Reading Catholic) with five seconds remaining in the game.
Catholic recovered an onside kick on its own 46-yardline with three seconds remaining and had a hail mary pass batted away at the goal line as time expired. However, the Generals were whistled for late hit on the quarterback on the play, which gave the Cardinals one more untimed down. This time, Ricca was sacked by W&L senior linebacker Britt Jamison (Cincinnati, Ohio/Indian Hill), which ended the Catholic rally.
The Generals (3-1, 1-1) opened the scoring on a 15-yard touchdown pass from sophomore quarterback R.J. Varner (Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park) to sophomore tight end Jason Bacaj (Morgantown, W.Va./University) at the 9:31 mark of the first quarter. W&L extended to a 10-0 lead on a 35-yard field goal by junior placekicker Andrew Wilbourn (Clarksdale, Miss./Lee Academy) with 4:37 left in the opening period, but the Cardinals struck with a pair of touchdowns in the final 1:20 of the second quarter for a 14-13 halftime lead.
The touchdowns followed back-to-back interceptions thrown by Varner. The first touchdown occurred on a 12-yard strike from Ricca to Sabrick with 1:20 remaining and the second was a 13-yard pass from Ricca to senior running back Stevie Hendley (Annandale, Va./Bishop O'Connell) with 13 seconds left before the break.
W&L sliced it to a 14-13 game on a 28-yard field goal by senior cornerback Mark Snoddy (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) at the 11:52 mark of the third quarter and took the lead on a 1-yard touchdown run by Pacicco on the first play of the fourth quarter (14:56). The two-point conversion pass from Varner to junior wide receiver Ty Parrino (Holliston, Mass./Hollison) was good, giving the Generals a 21-14 lead.
Pacicco carried the ball 35 times en route to his career day (195 yds., 2 TD's). Varner completed 7-of-19 passes for 104 yards and one touchdown, while senior wide receiver Jack Martin (Clayton, Mo./Hun School) snared three balls for 63 yards. Senior linebacker Bryant Fulk (Oceanside, Calif./St. Augustine) and junior defensive end Scott Russell (Mendham, N.J./West Morris Mendham) led the Generals' defense with nine tackles each. Russell added on sack.
Ricca paced the Cardinals' offense by completing 22-of-38 passes for 227 yards and three touchdowns with one interception. Sabrick hauled in five passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns, while freshman running back Rich Barry (Wilmington, Mass./Wilmington) rushed eight time for a team-high 34 yards. Senior linebacker Anthony Delborrell (Laurel, Md./DeMatha) led the Catholic defense with 10 tackles and an interception.
Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it travels to Hampden-Sydney for a 1:00 pm contest.
Football at Randolph-Macon
ASHLAND, Va. – Randolph-Macon scored 30 unanswered points over the second, third and fourth quarters to produce a 42-17 victory over Washington and Lee in ODAC Football action on Saturday afternoon at Day Field.
The Yellow Jackets (4-1, 2-0) opened the scoring just 1:54 into the game on a 5-yard touchdown run by tailback Zak Thornton for a 6-0 lead. The ensuing PAT failed and W&L took the lead at 7-6 at the 10:12 mark on a 1-yard touchdown plunge by junior tailback Tom Pacicco (Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Catholic). Waddell Howard gave R-MC the lead back on the next play as he ran the kickoff back 79 yards for a touchdown. The two-point conversion failed, giving the Yellow Jackets a 12-7 lead just five minutes into the game.
W&L again retaliated, this time on a 2-yard touchdown run by Pacicco, for a 14-12 lead with 5:07 left in the opening quarter. A 34-yard field goal by Scott Shope gave the Yellow Jackets the lead back at 15-14 with 1:00 remaining in the opening period.
After both defenses produced a few stops, the Generals appeared to have taken the lead back following a 16-play, 89-yard drive, but Pacicco fumbled just prior to crossing the goal line and Randolph-Macon recovered in the end zone for a touchback and carried a 15-14 lead into halftime.
W&L fumbled the opening kickoff of the third period and the Yellow Jackets took advantage on a 4-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Brandon Braner to tight end Stuart May for a 21-14 lead following another missed PAT. That was the first of four-straight R-MC touchdowns that included a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs by Thornton and a fumble recovery for a touchdown in the end zone by Ray Johnson that extended the Yellow Jacket lead to 42-14 early in the fourth quarter.
Pacicco paced the W&L offense with 102 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries. Sophomore quarterback R.J. Varner (Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park) completed just 8-of-15 passes for 59 yards and was intercepted three times. Senior defensive back Kyle Luby (Dallas, Texas/Highland Park) posted nine tackles to pace the Generals’ defense.
Thornton carried 22 times for 89 yards and three touchdowns, while Braner completed 10-of-17 passes for 118 yards and one score. Defensive lineman Nate Shook led the Yellow Jacket defense that produced six turnovers with 11 tackles.
Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday when it hosts Catholic for a 1:30 pm contest.
Football vs. Averett
SALEM, Va. – The Washington and Lee football team improved to 2-0 with a 35-21 victory over Averett University on Saturday evening at Salem Stadium.
The Generals jumped out to a 7-0 lead just 1:00 into the game as senior wide receiver Jack Martin (Clayton, Mo./Hun School) hauled in a 36-yard touchdown pass from sophomore quarterback R.J. Varner (Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park).
Averett (0-3) evened the score at 7-7 just 5:50 later as junior defensive back John Garcia (Pembroke Pines, Fla./Everglades) picked off a Varner pass and rumbled 26-yards to paydirt.
A pair of second quarter touchdown runs (5 yds. and 2 yds.) by junior tailback Tom Pacicco (Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Catholic) and a missed PAT gave the Generals a 20-7 lead with 6:38 left in the first half. However, the Cougars retaliated on a 4-yard touchdown pass from junior quarterback Shan Fairbanks (Groveland, Fla./Southlake) to junior tight end Nathan Woodruff (Kennesaw, Ga./Sprayberry) with 27 seconds left to make it a 20-14 game at the break.
Averett took a 21-20 lead on a 1-yard touchdown run from sophomore running back Brian Daniels (Greenville, N.C./D.H. Conley) with 4:37 remaining in the third period, but the Generals re-took the lead just 2:06 later on a 5-yard touchdown run by junior wide receiver Stuart Sitterson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster). The ensuing 2-point conversion pass from Varner to Sitterson was good, giving the Generals a 28-21 lead. Martin then added an insurance score when he hauled in a 41-yard touchdown strike from Varner with 12:34 left in the game.
Martin caught six passes for 166 yards and two touchdowns and set a new W&L record for career receiving yards (2,403), breaking the former mark of 2,312 held by J.T. Malatesta ’99. Pacicco rushed 27 times for a career-high 176 yards and two touchdowns, while Sitterson tallied 218 all-purpose and one score. Varner completed 11-of-23 passes for 193 yards and two touchdowns with one interception.
The W&L defense was paced by senior safety Kyle Luby (Dallas, Texas/Highland Park), who tallied 14 stops. Fairbanks completed 22-of-39 passes for 209 yards and one touchdown to lead the Cougar offense.
Junior running back John Ellison (Cheraw, S.C./Cheraw) notched 52 yards on nine carries, while senior defensive lineman Jason Hill (Miami, Fla./Christopher Columbus) led the defense with six tackles and one sack.
Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it travels to Randolph-Macon for a 1:00 pm contest. Averett travels to Ferrum for a 1:00 pm game.
Football vs. Franklin & Marshall (Hall of Fame)
LEXINGTON, Va. – Senior wide receiver Jack Martin (Clayton, Mo./Hun School) notched 177 yards and one touchdown receiving and junior tailback Tom Pacicco (Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Catholic) rushed for 116 yards and two more scores to lead the Washington and Lee football team to a 20-0 victory over Franklin & Marshall in the season-opener for both teams on Saturday afternoon at Wilson Field.
The Generals' (1-0) defense held the Diplomats (0-1) to just 122 total yards and 3-for-17 on third-down conversions, while the offense racked up 377 yards of total offense.
W&L opened the scoring at the 14:50 mark of the second quarter as sophomore quarterback R.J. Varner (Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park) capped a 12-play, 71-yard drive when he found Martin with a 16-yard scoring strike. The PAT failed, giving the Generals a 6-0 lead.
W&L added to its margin with 7:45 remaining before the half as Pacicco found paydirt with a 7-yard touchdown scamper to make it 13-0.
The Diplomats strung together a 9-play, 50-yard drive just before the end of the first half, but a fumble on the Generals' 39-yardline with 57 seconds remaining ended their best scoring opportunity.
Pacicco added the final score with 11:33 remaining in the game as he capped an 11-play, 68-yard drive with a 1-yard plunge.
Varner completed 18-of-40 passes for 250 yards and one touchdown with two interceptions. Martin snared nine passes, while Pacicco rushed 33 times for his career-high yardage total. Senior linebacker Kyle Harvey (Columbia, S.C./Richland Northeast) led the defense with nine tackles, while sophomore defensive lineman Rick Barron (Fairfax Station, Va./Robinson) notched three tackles, including 1.5 sacks.
Senior quarterback Kyle Turner (Haddonfield, N.J./Haddonfield) completed just 7-of-24 passes for 59 yards, while freshman running back Lorenzo Daughtry-Chambers (Brooklyn, N.Y./Poly Prep) totaled 31 yards on 14 carries. Junior linebacker Zach Romash (Haddonfield, N.J./Haddonfield) led the F&M defense with 11 tackles, including seven solo stops.
Washington and Lee returns to action on September 22 as it hosts Averett University at Salem Stadium in Salem, Va. The game, which will be played to benefit Habitat for Humanity, will occur at 7:00 pm.