LANCASTER— Kewan Lacy punched in a touchdown from the 1-yard line on the opening drive and Lancaster never looked back in a 25-0 victory over Skyline at Beverly D. Humphrey Tiger Stadium Friday night.
Lancaster added touchdowns on a Jamel Jones 27-yard blocked punt return and a 60-yard Gerald Lacy interception return to take a 18-0 lead after the first quarter.
Lancaster held Skyline to 78 total yards and forced two turnovers. First game rust showed for both teams as Skyline finished with nine penalties and Lancaster had 13 for 143 yards.
Skyline cornerback Davontae Oliver intercepted two passes but the Skyline offense could not do much with advantageous field position.