James Shufelt ran for 233 of his team’s 500 rushing yards as top-seeded Lyndon rolled over No. 4 Fair Haven 54-20 in a Division I high school football semifinal Saturday.
The Vikings (9-1) led 21-0 after the first quarter and 34-6 at the half in advancing to the program’s first final since in 2000. Lyndon will play defending-champion Rice in the D-II title game.
Deryck Colburn ran for three touchdowns, including the team’s opening score, and Josh Guyer also collected three scores, one of which was a 30-yard reception from Shufelt.
Devon Switser also had a first-quarter rushing score and Shufelt added a game-high 60-yard scamper in the fourth quarter.
Tyler Rice paced Fair Haven with 140 yards and two TDs.
* (2) Mill River 40, (6) BFA-Fairfax 6: Dan Blanchard rushed for 53- and 72-yard touchdowns in the first quarter and finished with 183 on the ground as Mill River scored on each of its possession in a rout of visiting BFA-Fairfax.
Mark Goyette also tossed a 5-yard TD to Tyler Pitts to extend Mill River’s early advantage to 20-0.
Matt Larose ran for 90 yards to lead Fairfax. Mill River (9-1) has won nine in a row since losing to Woodstock on Sept. 28. The teams will meet in next Saturday’s Division III final at Rutland High School.