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“He is a tremendous athlete,” Sula said. “When we had them stopped, he was able to make something out of nothing. His team looks to him to make plays and that’s what he did. That’s why they were able to stay close for so long.” Carson (6-2, 3-0) only trailed for 1 minute, 42 seconds in the game, but couldn’t manage to put a lot of distance between it and Washington over the game’s first three quarters. They seemed poised to do so with first-and-10 on the Washington’s 12-yard line and less than a minute left in the third quarter. But instead of a touchdown to give the team a 14-point advantage, a scrambling Blackman saw his pass to Keenan Smith deflect off a defender’s helmet, over Smith’s right shoulder and into Kingdwayne Solomon’s awaiting arms. But Carson’s defense made sure Washington’s last gasp was a short one. On the first play of the drive from Washington’s 1-yard line, defensive tackle Poti Amisone recovered a Shawn McCoy fumble to give set up Carson with first-and-goal from the 2-yard line. Sula promptly ran in the ball for the first of Carson’s three fourth-quarter scores. “That fumble was really important because it was a short margin in points between us,” Sula said. “Whenever we’re in the red zone we expect to score and when that didn’t happen, our defense had to step up and they did.” [email protected] local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“We were atrocious,” Carson coach Mike Christensen said. “I know that sounds strange after you score 56 points, but we have high expectations of ourselves, maybe too high, and we didn’t live up to them.” Quarterback Dominique Blackman completed 13 of 20 passes for 274 yards and three touchdowns. Running back Jack Sula had 134 yards and five touchdowns on 25 carries and an interception on defense. But he seemingly couldn’t have been less satisfied on a career-scoring day. “We started off on the wrong foot and took our opponents too lightly and they made us pay for it,” Sula said. Regardless of sentiment, Carson did win the game despite the struggles of its defense to stop the big play and the man who had a hand in nearly all of them. Washington quarterback LaVail Littleton finished 13-for-24 for 252 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran six times for 31 yards and two touchdowns and even recorded a 31-yard reception. Four of Littleton’s plays were for more than 30 yards for Washington (4-3, 1-2). MARINE LEAGUE: Colts’ win does not meet their high standards as they fail to contain the Generals’ Littleton. By David Saunders STAFF WRITER Rarely do you hear coaches and players uniformly lambaste a 28-point victory, but that’s exactly what happened after Carson’s 56-28 Marine League win over host Washington.