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Dominion bounces back with road win at Loudoun County

Senior Jadan Pierre scored three touchdowns Friday night versus Loudoun County to help lead Dominion to a 30-14 victory.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
The trio of Alex Wertz, Isaiah Webser and Jadan Pierre combined to rush for nearly 300 yards to lead the Dominion Titans to a 30-14 victory against the Loudoun County Raiders in Dulles District action Friday evening in Leesburg.

For the third time this season, the Titans rebounded the week after a loss with a victory.

Dominion (5-3. 3-1) pulled even with Loudoun County (5-3, 3-1) in the Dulles District standings. The Raiders entered the contest riding a four-game winning streak.

After Loudoun County scored first on Nick Barts' 5-yard touchdown pass to Matt Berard, Dominion responded by scoring 23 straight points to close the first half. Pierre rushed for a pair of scores and hauled in a 25-yard touchdown pass from Trey Hayes.

Ramon Blas converted a 33-yard field goal to close out the first-half scoring and the Titans led 23-7 at the half.

Barts struck again to open the second-half scoring, this time connecting with Cam Corbett for a 6-yard touchdown.

Dominion answered when Webster brooke loose for a 47-yard touchdown run that extended the Titans' lead back to double digits.

Hayes - starting at quarterback after Thomas Jarman suffered a season-ending injury in a 28-12 loss to Woodgrove last week - completed 6 of 9 attempts for 98 yards and a touchdown.

Both teams are back in action Oct. 27. Dominion will host Loudoun Valley, while Loudoun County awaits a visit from Woodgrove.

Offensive stat leaders

-Passing: D - Hayes (6 of 9 for 98 yards, TD); LC - Barts (22 of 40 for 239 yards, 2 TD, 2 Int.)

-Rushing: D - Wertz (19-121), Webster (7-109-1), Pierre (4-65-2), Brown (8-32); LC - Lokey (13-59)

-Receiving: D - Richardson (3-55), Pierre (3-43-1); LC - Baah (6-83), Corbett (4-52-1), Berard (4-44-1), Beal (3-44)

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