De’John Harris crosses the goal line for a Greensville County touchdown Friday in Emporia.

It was a short night for the Greensville County (5-2, (4-0) starting offense. When Kemory Sykes plowed his way into the end zone from a yard out with 11:14 to go in the first half to extend the Eagle advantage to 36-0, it signaled the beginning of the night for the second team.

For 13 minutes-plus, the green and gold executed with precision on both sides of the football. The defensive unit held Windsor to minus 27 yards on 12 carries. On offense, Greensville produces 124 yards and five touchdowns in 15 snaps from scrimmage.

Following an early Windsor turnover, Kendel Blue ran for a 13-yard score on Greensville’s first play from scrimmage. Blue scored his second touchdown with 8:21 left in the first quarter by knifing his way through the defense on a one-yard plunge. By the time Blue was flipping the football to the official after scoring his third touchdown of the night, again from a yard out, his squad led 30-0 with 2:13 left in the first quarter.

Blue finished with 37 yards on six carries. Sykes found the end zone twice and had 58 yards rushing on five carries. Quarterback Jayden White was 2-2 through the air for 31 yards, both passes to Zykeem Fields.

De’John Harris quarterbacked the Eagles the rest of the way and scored the final two touchdowns for this team.

Greensville County (5-2, 4-0) returns to action at 7 p.m. Friday at Franklin (2-5, 2-2). The Broncos fell to Tri-Rivers District co-leader Sussex-Central (6-1, 4-0) 30-0.