Friday’s high school football roundup with stats

Webster County 34, Tyler Consolidated 33

UPPER GLADE — Tyler Consolidated dropped a heart-breaker Friday night, falling to Webster County 34-33 on Luke Williamstown 1-yard touchdown run and Dorian Groggs’ two-point converson run with 3:38 left in the fourth quarter.

Griffin Phillips’ 10-yard touchdown run had put the Silver Knight (1-2) ahead 33-26 with 6:23 remaining, but Webster (3-0), as it did all night fought back.

Luke Hardway was the star of the night for the winner, accumulating 127 rushing yards, 162 receiving yards and four total touchdowns.

Phillips led the way for Tyler, carrying 22 times for 138 yards and three TDs. He also passed for 168 yards. Colby Buchanan led the visitors with 75 yards on four catches.


Frontier 22, Ritchie County 6

NEW MATAMORAS — The Cougars picked up their first win of the season with a 22-6 effort against Ritchie County here Friday night. Frontier scored in every quarter, but the last to push their record to 1-2 on the year with a 7 p.m. road trip to Cameron, W.Va., to face Cameron next week.

Logan Brookover and Noah Barnhart scored on 1-yard runs to stake Frontier to a 14-0 lead with 7:40 left in the second quarter. Garrett Owens, whose team travels for a 7 p.m. start Friday in Mount Zion against Calhoun County, cut the margin to eight after his 4-yard run to paydirt at the 1:01 mark.

Barnhart, who finished the night with 8 rushes for 43 yards, then put the score out of reach with a 35-yard gallop to the scoring box with 58 seconds left in the third quarter.


Shadyside (Ohio) 14, Magnolia 13 2OT

NEW MARTINSVILLE — Connor Banco raced into the end zone from five yards out to give Shadyside a surprising one-point road win in double-overtime here Friday night.

This was the last chance for the Blue Eagles after Patrick Mirandy ran the ball in from one-yard out on the Blue Eagles’ first possession of the extra period, but then missed the extra point.

Neither team recorded a point in the first overtime, but each had a chance. Shadyside got the ball first in the opening extra period and was driving until Magnolia snared one of their four interceptions on the night to end the threat.

However, the Blue Eagles promptly fumbled the ball on away the first play from scrimmage after taking over to end the period.

Both teams recorded their only regulation points in the first half. Mirandy connected on a 22-yard scoring hookup with Brooks Parsons to give Doc Chapman’s team a 7-0 advantage with 9:18 left in the first quarter.

Shadyside knotted things up after Anthony Coggins connected with Alex Krupa for a 10-yard touchdown strike with 5:56 left in the second quarter.

Magnolia tries again for its third win of the season when they welcome in River (Ohio) at 7 p.m. Friday.


Fort Frye 23, Waterford 19

WATERFORD — Smashmouth football was on display in Friday night’s Muskingum River rivalry game at the Waterford Elementary School.

In the end, visiting Fort Frye High was able to exercise ball control in the second half, and earn a hard-fought 23-19 come-from-behind triumph over the Wildcats.

Fort Frye amassed just 179 rushing yards but more importantly its time of possession was 36 minutes in the game. The Cadets (2-1) only had the ball three times on offense in the second half, while Waterford (2-1) had it twice and had to punt both times.

Braden Bellville finished the game with 87 yards rushing on 16 carries for Waterford.

Tyler Bradford was Fort’s leading ground-gainer with 85 yards on 13 totes of the pigskin.

With under a minute remaining before the half, Fort’s Tate Engle threw a 55-yard TD pass to Braden Henniger and a two-point conversion toss to Jesse McLeod to cut it to 19-16, also the halftime score.

Engle finished with 117 passing yards on five completions.


Point Pleasant 54, Warren 7

VINCENT — There was a moment when it looked like Warren had a chance to stick with Point Pleasant Friday night.

It was at the end of an impressive 18-play, 68-yard drive that was capped by quarterback Ronnie Hill rushing seven yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. After Ethan Yost’s extra point, the Warriors (0-3) were within a touchdown and playing well.

But then it fell apart and the Big Black (2-1) rolled 40 unanswered points on their way to a 54-7 drubbing at Warren in a non-conference game.

Hill led the Warriors in rushing with 37 yards on seven carries, while also completing 6 of 13 for 80 yards.

The Big Blacks amassed 413 total yards, including 249 on the ground.

Justin Brumfield led Point Pleasant in rushing with just three carries for 77 yards, including touchdown runs of 11 and 62.


Capital 40, Parkersburg 21

PHS 0 7 14 0 — 21

CHS 6 21 0 13 — 40

C: Kerry Martin 4 run (pass failed) 4:00, 1st

C: Gray 4 run (Inhat kick) 10:31, 2nd

C: Clark 7 run (Inhat kick), 4:03

C: Harper 40 pass from Kerry Martin (Inhat kick) 2:12, 2nd

P: Jake Johnson 1 run (Axman kick) 0:00, 2nd

P: Seth Dailey 8 pass from Johnson (Christian Axman kick) 1:51, 3rd

P: Shane Miller 69 pass from Johnson (Axman kick) 0:00, 3rd

C: Kerrion Martin 55 pass from Kerry Martin (pass failed) 11:46, 4th

C: Harper 28 pass from Kerry Martin (Abdella kick) 2:25, 4th

Team stats

Parkersburg: First downs: 14; Rushes-yards: 35-9; Passing yards: 276; Total yards: 276; Passing: 22-33-1; Punts-average: 4-36.5; Fumbles-lost: 2-1; Penalties-yards: 4-28

Capital: First downs: 17; Rushes-yards: 30-172; Passing yards: 275; Total yards: 447; Passing: 13-24-1; Punts-average: 4-35; Fumbles-lost: 1-0; Penalties-yards: 9-91;

Individual stats

PHS:Rushing: Brenton Strange 2-6, Jake Johnson 16-(-14), Tyler Moler 14-3, Shane Miller 3-14; Passing: Jake Johnson 22-33, 267 yards; Receiving: Shane Miler 5-90, Brenton Strange 7-96; Seth Dailey 3-9

Capital: Gray 15-88, Harper 1-1, Martin 8-79, Figures 1-15, Hoff 1-(-1), Clark 1-7, Carvens 1-(-21); Capital: Kerry Martin 13-24-1, 275 yards; Receiving: Martin 2-91, Fannin 1-7, Gray 1-8, Pittman 2-28, Figures 2-12, Harper 4-117, Knox 1-11

Next game: PHS at Huntington, 7:30 p.m.


Morgantown 31, Parkersburg South 10

MHS (1-2) 7 10 0 14 — 31

PSHS (0-3) 0 10 0 0 — 10

M: Ty Konchesky 1 run (John McConnell kick), 6:18, 1st

S: Ahmed Ali 31 FG, 9:10,2nd

M: McConnell 35 FG, 6:28, 2nd

S: Tyee Gibson 98 kickoff return (Ali kick),6:13,2nd

M: Preston Fox 43 interception return (McConnell kick),4:22, 2nd

M: Konchesky 53 run (McConnell kick) , 11:43, 4th

M: Konchesky 33 run (McConnell kick), 5:23, 4th

Team stats

Morgantown: First downs: 11; Rushes-yards: 53-314; Passing yards: 6; Total yards: 320; Passing: 2-6-1; Punts-average: 3-31.6; Fumbles-lost: 1-0; Penalties-yards: 9-115

South: First downs: 7; Rushes-yards: 28-69; Passing yards: 68 Total yards: 137; Passing: 10-20-2; Punts-average: 6-30.6; Fumbles-lost: 1-1; Penalties-yards: 7-60

Individual leaders

Morgantown: Rushing: Ty Konchesky 22-228 , 3 TDs; Jayron Wilson 12-53; Luke Milne 8-39; Passing: Aaron Alvarez 2-6-1, 3 yards

South: Rushing: Brayden Mooney 10-27 ; Zane Hinzman 4-27 Hunter Shank 5-14 ; Passing: Brayden Mooney 10-20-2, 67 yards; Receiving: Zane Hinzman 2-15; Tyee Gibson 4-30; Hunter Shank 1-5; Cameron Gill 2-12

Next game: South at Princeton 7 p.m. Friday


at Don Drumm Stadium

Marietta 49, Williamstown 14

Williamstown (1-2) 7 0 0 7 — 14

Marietta (3-0) 14 14 14 7 — 49

M: Tanner Stack 72 pass from Corbin Alkire, John Mannix kick, 8:46 1st

M: Chase Taylor 5 pass from Alkire, Mannix kick, 6:27 1st

W: Donathan Taylor 34 run, Boston Caruthers kick, 3:15 1st

M: Alkire 1 run, Mannix kick, 10:20 2nd

M: Jermaine Burke 39 pass from Alkire, Mannix kick, 1:14 2nd

M: Dominic Vanfossen 5 run, Mannix kick, 6:14 3rd

M: Vanfossen 4 run, Mannix kick, :22.9 3rd

W: Evan Amos 4 run, Caruthers kick, 7:21 4th

M: Kory Science 32 run, Mannix kick, 3:34 4th

Team stats

Williamstown: First downs: 13; Rushes-yards: 42-227; Passing yards: 37; Total yards: 264; Passing: 4-14-2; Fumbles-lost: 3-0; Penalties-yards: 13-82; Punts-average: 6-33.3

Marietta: First downs: 15; Rushes-yards: 35-177; Passing yards: 220; Total yards: 397; Passing: 12-24-0; Fumbles-lost: 3-1; Penalties-yards: 8-82; Punts-average: 5-38.5

Individual stats

Williamstown: Rushing: Donathan Taylor 13-94; Carter Haynes 11-72; Evan Amos 7-51; Ty Moore 6-29; Casch Somerville 2-5; Passing: Carter Haynes 4-14-2, 37 yards; Receiving: Collin White 1-19; Preston Mayer 1-14; Bradan Mullenix 1-3; Carter Haynes 1-0

Marietta: Rushing: Dominic Vanfossen 14-60; Kory Science 3-46; Corbin Alkire 12-36; Brady Vincent 3-24; Chase Taylor 1-13; Passing: Corbin Alkire 12-24-0, 220 yards; Receiving: Tanner Stack 3-112; Jermaine Burke 7-90; Dominic Vanfossen 1-21; Chase Taylor 1-5

Next games: Williamstown at Wheeling Central, 7 p.m. Friday; Marietta at St. Marys, 7:30 p.m. Thursday


Clay County 26, Roane County 14

RCHS 0 14 0 0 — 14

CCHS 6 14 0 6 — 26

C: Luke Burnette 5 run (kick failed) :18, 1st

R: Josh Huffman 5 run (Huffman pass from Brandon May) 7:26, 2nd

C: Caleb Winn 80 kick return (rush failed) 7:14, 2nd

R: Greg Hart 29 pass from May (rush failed) 2:55, 2nd

C: Winn 18 pass from Alex Grose (Winn pass from Grose) :50, 2nd

C: Burnette 11 rush (rush failed) 11:56, 4th

Team stats

Roane County: First downs: 12; Rushes-yards: 36-125; Passing yards: 75; Total yards: 199; Passing: 7-20, 74 yards; Punts-average: 6-28; Fumbles-lost: 5-2; Penalties-yards: 7-56

Clay County: First downs: 9; Rushes-yards: 27-116; Passing yards: 97; Total yards: 213; Passing: 8-18-1; Punts-average: 5-34.8; Fumbles-lost: 0-0; Penalties-yards: 7-55

Individual stats

Roane County: Rushing: Danny Bush 14-87; Brandon May 14-34; Josh Huffman 4-11; Passing: Brandon May 7-20, 75 yards; Receiving: Greg Hart 2-34, Danny Bush 4-32, Alex Miller 1-8

Clay County: Rushing: Alex Grose 7-7, Caleb Winn 8-23, Luke Burnette 10-75; Passing: Alex Grose 8-18-1, 97 yards; Receiving: Caleb Winn 3-27, Ryan Burdette 2-45

Next game: Nicholas County at Roane County, 7:30 p.m. Friday


Frontier 22, Ritchie County 6

RCHS (1-2) 0 6 0 0 — 6

FHS (1-2) 8 6 8 0 — 22

F: Logan Brookover 1 run (Eric Tidd run) 5:27, 1st

F: Noah Barnhart 1 run (run failed) 7:40, 2nd

R: Garrett Owens 4 run (kick blocked) 1:01, 2nd

F: Barnhart 35 run (Lane Snyder run) :58, 3rd

Team stats

Ritchie County: First downs: 10; Rushes-yards: 41-110; Passing yards: 27; Total yards: 137; Passing: 3-15; Punts-average: 2-36; Fumbles-lost: 4-2; Penalties-yards: 7-60

Frontier: First downs: 7; Rushes-yards: 46-144; Passing yards: 81; Total yards: 225; Passing: 3-6; Punts-average: 2-26; Fumbles-lost: 1-1; Penalties-yards: 9-85

Individual stats

Ritchie County: Rushing: Garrett Owens 23-58; Passing: Tatem McCloy 1-9, 3 yards; Devin Williams 2-6, 24 yards; Receiving: Owens 2-32

Frontier: Rushing: Noah Barnhart 8-43, Logan Brookover 13-45, Eric Tidd 16-45; Passing: Eric Tidd 2-5, 32 yards; Lane Snyder 1-1, 49 yards; Receiving: Logan Brookover 2-32, Maty Lang 1-49

Next game: Frontier at Cameron, Friday; Ritchie County at Calhoun County, 7 p.m. Friday


Wirt County 36, Gilmer County 28

Gilmer (0-3) 6 0 14 8 –28

Wirt (2-1) 20 16 0 0 — 36

WC: Dakota Richards 32 run (run failed) 10:34, 1st

WC: Casey Stanley 1 run (D. Richards run) 6:04, 1st

GC: Gunnar Haley 65 pass from Justyn Dean (pass failed) 4:00, 1st

WC: D. Richards 24 run (run failed) 1:54, 1st

WC: Stanley 1 run (Trent Richards run) 8:04, 2nd

WC: Noah Garrett 8 pass from Stanley (Hunter Moore run) 4:01, 2nd

GC: Hunter Self 58 pass from Dean (run failed) 10:56, 3rd

GC: Haley 4 run (Self pass from Dean) 2:13, 3rd

GC: Haley 27 pass from Dean (Haley pass from Dean) 2:03, 4th

Team stats

Gilmer: First downs: 14; Rushes-yards: 20-130; Passing yards: 250; Total yards: 380; Passing: 16-28-1; Punts-average: 2-36; Fumbles-lost: 0-0; Penalties-yards: 11-116

Wirt: First downs: 24; Rushes-yards: 53-328; Passing yards: 99; Total yards: 427; Passing: 10-17-0; Punts-average: 3-38; Fumbles-lost: 0-0; Penalties-yards: 8-79

Individual stats

Gilmer: Rushing: Justyn Dean 4-63, Michael Roy 2-(-2), Joey Frame 7-23, Team 1-(-14), Hunter Self 1-37, Gunnar Haley 5-23; Passing: Jordan Brown 0-2-0, 0 yards; Dean 16-26-1, 250 yards; Receiving: Haley 7-134, Self 6-109, Frame 1-(-2), Isaac Poole 1-0, Jesse Marks 1-9

Wirt: Rushing: Team 2-(-16), Casey Stanley 27-167, Dakota Richards 13-134, Hunter Moore 4-3, Trent Richards 7-40; Passing: Stanley 10-17-0, 99 yards; Receiving: T. Richards 4-54, Noah Garrett 3-25, Trent Toler 1-9, Moore 2-11

Next games: Wirt County at Parkersburg Catholic, 7 p.m. Friday; Gilmer County at Sherman, 7:30 p.m. Friday.


Riverside 33, Ripley 28

RSHS 14 6 13 0 — 33

RHS 7 0 14 7 — 28

RS: Caden Easterling 8 run (Cameron Powell kick) 9:13, 1st

R: Robert Evans 15 run (kick failed) 5:15, 1st

RS: Mark Scites 14 run (Powell kick) 3:03, 1st

RS: Scites 4 pass from Jacob Clark (pass failed) 6:31, 2nd

R: JT Kemp 5 run (Jacob Casto kick) 11:06, 2nd

R: Kemp 3 run (Casto kick) 7:04, 3rd

RS: Easterling 10 run (kick failed) 4:19, 3rd

RS: Easterling 37 run (Powell kick) 2:39, 3rd

R: Brayden Campbell 52 pass from Kemp (Casto kick) 3:36, 4th

Team stats

Riverside: First downs: 16; Rushes-yards: 39-212; Passing yards: 120; Total yards: 332; Passing: 12-18; Punts-average: 2-37.0; Fumbles-lost: 3-2; Penalties-yards: 6-60

Ripley: First downs: 15; Rushes-yards: 49-201; Passing yards: 84; Total yards: 285; Passing: 5-7; Punts-average: 3-2.7; Fumbles-lost: 4-2; Penalties-yards: 7-45

Individual stats

Riverside: Rushing: Caden Easterling 23-136; Passing: Mark Scites 12-18, 120 yards; Receiving: Gage Lanham 3-51

Ripley: Rushing: Robert Evans 14-61; Ty Eshenaur 7-58; Passing: Brayden Campbell 4-6, 32 yards; Receiving: Brayden Campbell 1-52

Next game: Ripley at St. Albans, 7:30 p.m.


Webster County 34, Tyler Consolidated 33

Tyler (1-2) 0 13 14 6 — 33

Webster (3-0) 6 6 6 16 — 34

W: Luke Hardway 13 run, run failed, 4:31 1st

T: Griffin Phillips 1 run, Phillips run, 10:40 2nd

W: Hardway 33 run, run failed, 6:52 2nd

T: Phillips 3 run, kick blocked, 1:05 2nd

T: Mark Rucker 4 run, Phillips run, 6:28 3rd

W: Hardway 15 run, run failed, 4:05 2rd

T: Rucker 3 run, run failed, :00 3rd

W: Hardway 64 pass from Dorian Groggs, Groggs run, 10:23 4th

T: Phillips 10 run, run failed, 6:23 4th

W: Dustin Williams 1 run, Groggs run, 3:38 4th

Team stats

Tyler: First downs: 18; Rushes-yards: 50-204; Passing yards: 168; Total yards: 372; Passing: 12-18-0; Fumbles-lost: 2-1; Penalties-yards: 5-45

Webster: First downs: 12; Rushes-yards: 30-181; Passing yards: 164; Total yards: 345; Passing: 5-7-0; Fumbles-lost: 3-2; Penalties-yards: 6-53

Individual stats

Tyler: Rushing: Griffin Phillips 22-138; Mark Rucker 21-56; Passing: Griffin Phillips 12-18-0, 168 yards; Receiving: Colby Buchanan 4-75; Brandon Weigle 3-52

Webster: Rushing: Luke Hardway 16-127; Dustin Williams 7-34; Dorian Groggs 5-32; Passing: Groggs 5-7-0, 164 yards; Receiving: Hardway 4-162


Shadyside 14, Magnolia 13 (2OT)

SS 0 7 0 0 0 7 — 14

MHS 7 0 0 0 0 6 — 13

M: Brooks Parsons 22 pass from Patrick Mirandy (Mirandy kick) 9:18, 1st

S: Alex Krupa 10 pass from Anthony Coggins (kick good) 5:56, 2nd

M: Mirandy 1 run (kick failed)

S: Connor Banco 5 run (kick good)

Team stats

Magnolia: Rushes-yards: 41-149; Passing yards: 42; Total yards: 191; Passing: 5-12-1; Fumbles-lost: 2-2

Individual stats

Magnolia: Rushing: Hunter Patridge 36-146; Passing: Patrick Mirandy 5-12, 42 yards; Receiving: Brooks Parsons 5-42

Next game: River (Ohio) at Magnolia, 7 p.m. Thursday

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