Robert Bunton scored two of his three touchdowns early in the fourth quarter as Buena Regional High School beat Pleasantville 50-18 in a Cape-Atlantic League United Division football game Friday.

Bunton scored on a 20-yard pass from Eric Rainear and shortly after took an interception return 75 yards for a touchdown. The junior running back also scored on a 25-yard run in the first quarter.

Chiefs' running back Luv'Uan Scott had 16 carries for 176 yards and two touchdowns.

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Pleasantville quarterback Che'quan Hargrose completed seven passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns. He connected with Samir Dugan and Michael Black on 75- and 11-yard touchdowns, respectively.

Dontaye Rivera also scored for the Greyhounds on a 31-yard carry.

Buena Regional 6 9 14 21-50

Pleasantville 0 6 6 6-18


BR-Bunton 25 run (kick failed)


BR-Safety (blocked punt in the end zone)

P-Rivera 31 run (run failed)

BR-Scott 22 run (Norton kick)


BR-DeFeo 6 run (Norton kick)

BR-Scott 17 run (Norton kick)

P-Dugan 75 pass from Hargrose (pass failed)


BR-Bunton 20 pass from Rainear (Norton kick)

BR-Bunton 75 interception return (Norton kick)

BR-Pace 5 run (Norton kick)

P-Black 11 pass from Hargrose (run failed)

Individual stats

Rushing-Scott 16-176, Bunton 5-43, Rainear 3-9, DeFeo 4-7, DiBiase 3-9, Pace 3-10 BR; Rivera 11-74, Evans 12-98, Pearson 1-7, Callaway 3-4 P.

Passing-Rainear 1-5-1-20 BR; Hargrose 7-22-3-156 P.

Receiving-Bunton 1-20 BR; Evans 2-27, Rivera 1-4, Dugan 3-114, Black 1-11 P.

Records-Buena 2-4; Pleasantville 0-5.

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