High School Football Roundup with Stats

Ritchie County 24, Tyler Consolidated 22

KIDWELL — Rick Haught didn’t have to wait long to pick up his first win at the helm of the Ritchie County football program. Even better, his Rebels claimed a win as the visitor.

He did however have to sweat it down to the last four minutes. It took a pair of great defensive plays to secure the Rebels’ first win early in 2018.

Tyler Consolidated drove into the red zone late with weapons Griffin Phillips and Mark Rucker. Each had over 150 yards rushing on the evening and had already found the end zone. The Rebels’ Kayden Procacina started the party with a tackle for a loss on second down, before sophomore Blaine Bowie intercepted a Griffin Phillips’ pass to help the Rebels run out the clock.

Procacina also made his presence felt on offense. He scored on a 5-yard pass reception from quarterback Gabe Ray in the second quarter.

The Rebels held two different double-digit leads, but Tyler cut both to single digits.

Haught wasted no time establishing his team was going to be a physical, running machine. The Rebels rushed 52 times for 318 yards. Gilmer County transfer Trey Moss picked up 175 stripes on 24 carries, while Garrett Owens tallied 120 yards on 22 totes.

Both teams are back in action Friday. Ritchie County is on the road against Parkersburg Catholic at 7:30 p.m., while Tyler Consolidated makes the trip to West Union for a 7 p.m. date with Doddridge County.

Parkersburg Catholic 47, Paden City 14

PADEN CITY — Parkersburg Catholic turned a 19-0 halftime cushion into a 47-14 road win here Friday night at Paden City to give second-year Crusader head man Lance Binegar his first coaching triumph.

The Crusaders, who welcome in Ritchie County at 7:30 p.m. next Saturday at Stadium Field, got a pair of tackles for loss from Jalen Brunny and Jeb Boice to set the tone as Paden City opened with the kickoff.

Boice’s 11-yard TD burst put the vistiors ahead to stay and it was 13-0 with 2:21 left in the opening stanza when Ty Sturm hit paydirt from 4 yards out and Xavier Collie added the extra point.

Catholic made it 19-0 when Collie found Mike Turkaly open for a 39-yard touchdown pass.

Paden City, which will head to Elizabeth at 7 p.m. next Friday to tangle with Wirt County, then watched Boice return the second-half kickoff 70 yards for a score. Aiden Stotts had a pair of TD runs of 1 and 24 yards for Catholic, which also got another TD pass from Collie, who hooked up with Sturm from 10 yards out.

The Wildcats got on the board while down 34-0 early in the fourth on Michael Shreeves’ 2 -yard un. Matt Saxon’s two-point pass to Bryant McKay was good. Ryan Cross had a fourth- quarter TD run of 3 yards in the setback.

Sturm (14-121) and Boice (9-104) led the Crusader ground attack while Cross had 17 totes for 62 yards. Wildcat teammate Alex McCoy rushed for 47 yards on 11 attempts.

“To be honest, it was a team effort and we gang-tackled,” coach Binegar said. “Even though we scored 47 points, we gang-tackled like nobody’s business. That’s what basically did it and everything seemed to work for us.”

Ravenswood 42, Wahama 0

RAVENSWOOD — Wahama kept host Ravenswood off the board for the first quarter here Friday evening at Flinn Field, but the Red Devils tallied 35 points in the second stanza to soar past the White Falcons, 42-0.

Max Hilton’s 46-yard TD pass to Joe Chambers at 10:52 of the second stanza started the barrage, which was followed by a 39-yard scoring jaunt from Jacob Anthony. It was 14-0 after Tanner Snodgrass booted his second PAT.

Wayne Stephenson then got in on the scoring action as he hit paydirt from 39 and 19 yards before Chase Hood’s 10-yard rushing TD set the halftime score.

Luke Jackson, who had 11 tackles, two for loss and forced a fumble, finished with 123 yards rushing on seven attempts. The Red Devil senior added the final six-pointer of the night from 18 yards out at 9:50 of the third.

“It feels awesome,” said RHS first-year head coach Eric Hupp, whose squad heads next Friday to Webster County. “It feels great to get that first game kind of under your belt and especially a win at home makes it all that much better. We started a little slow, but by the second quarter we started clicking on all cylinders.”

Calhoun 16, Wirt 6

ELIZABETH — Second-year Calhoun County head coach Paul Parsons got his first victory here Friday night at Wilson-Eismon Field as the visiting Red Devils dominated Wirt County in total yards en route to a hard-fought 16-6 triumph.

The Red Devils, who got a 22-yard TD run from Travis Richards midway through the second quarter, led for good at 8-0 after Kyle Persinger’s two-point conversion run.

Tiger Zakk Adams scored on a 16-yard run on the ensuing possession, but the conversion failed and the Red Devils led 8-6 at halftime.

Richards’ second scoring jaunt came from 17 yards out at 5:48 of the fourth and signal-caller Adam Parsons tacked on the run for two to provide for the final margin of victory.

Wirt County, which plays host next Friday to Paden City, managed just four first downs and 33 total yards.

Calhoun County snapped a 16-game losing streak as Richards carried nine times for 162 stripes. Parsons passed for 70 yards and also rushed 10 times for 54 more. Dalton McCune had two grabs for 44 yards as the Red Devils will look to start a winning streak when Notre Dame invades next Friday.

Liberty (Harrison) 42,Roane County 22

SPENCER — Roane County put up a solid fight against visiting Liberty (Harrison) here Friday evening at County Stadium, but the Mountaineers outlasted the Raiders, 42-22.

Roane County, which received 61 yards rushing from Danny Bush and 90 more through the air, led 22-21 early in the third following a Bush 22-yard TD run, but it was all Liberty after that.

Austin Hawkins’ 79-yard kickoff return put Roane County in business on its opening possession. Cameron Bennett’s 10-yard TD reception from Bush, who ran in the conversion, gave the hosts an 8-7 lead at 8:46 of the first.

Liberty led 21-16 at intermission. Roane’s second score came when Bush found Isaac Ryan open for a 15-yard TD strike. Bush also threw the conversion to Austin Hawkins.

Seth Davis, who rushed 16 times for 192 yards, had scoring runs of 65 and 30 yards in the third quarter to break things open for the ‘Eers. He also had a 41-yard TD reception from Seth McKinney in the first quarter as the visitors tallied 21 points. Davis’ scored his first TD of the season on a 49-yard run while Liberty’s Seth McIntyre had a 1-yard plunge to answer Bennett’s six-pointer.

Josh Huffman added 11 rushes for 39 yards for the Raiders, who also got two catches for 43 yards from Alex Miller.

RCHS heads next Friday to Lincoln County.

Clay 53, Gilmer 14

CLAY — Clay County led 33-0 at halftime and won its season opener by handing visiting Gilmer County a 53-14 setback here Friday.

The Titans, who play host next Friday to Richwood, got a pair of third quarter TD runs of 4 and 15 yards from senior Joey Frame, who also booted both extra points.

Athens 51, Warren 26

THE PLAINS — Athens scored the first 35 points en route to a 51-26 victory over Warren Friday night.

The Warriors finally got on the board with four seconds left in the first half when Brandon Simoniette returned an interception 100 yards for a touchdowns, making it 35-7 at halftime.

Athens then scored 16 straight to go up 51-7, before the Warriors scored 20 points unanswered to finish the game. Josh Welch scored on an 8-yard touchdown pass from Kurt Taylor with 1:52 to go in the third quarter. At the 8:15 mark in the fourth, Taylor found Clay Miller for a 21-yard touchdown. With 10 seconds remaining in the contest, Taylor tossed a third touchdown pass, this time to Evan Gandee from 27 yards out, to reach the final score.

Tyler Schafer paced the Warriors in rushing with 63 yards on 12 carries.

Evan Adams led Athens with 16 carries, 114 yards and three touchdowns.

Simoniette was 3 for 10 passing for 27 yards and two interceptions, while Taylor was 12 for 17 for 149 yards and three scores. Gandee was Warren’s leading receiver with 59 yards on five catches.

Athens’ Clay Davis was 10 for 18 passing for 176 yards, a touchdown and two picks.

Parkersburg South 27, Ripley 7

Ripley 0 0 7 0 — 7

South 7 10 0 10 — 27

PS: Nick Yoho 82 run (Ben Haught kick) 4:20, 1st

PS: Haught 39 field goal 8:27, 2nd

PS: Yoho 3 run (Haught kick) 2:57, 2nd

R: Evan King 26 pass from Justin Wheeler (Davisson Flint kick) 4:49, 3rd

PS: Haught 21 field goal 7:48, 4th

PS: Yoho 39 run (Haught kick) 1:26, 4th

Team stats

Ripley: First downs: 12; Rushes-yards: 48-137; Passing yards: 31; Total yards: 168; Passing: 4-9-1; Punts-average: 4-27.0; Fumbles-lost: 0-0; Penalties-yards: 6-45

South: First downs: 18; Rushes-yards: 37-298; Passing yards: 106; Total yards: 404; Passing: 10-20-0; Punts-average: 2-39.5; Fumbles-lost: 2-1; Penalties-yards: 8-70

Individual stats

Ripley: Rushing: RJ Evans 18-80, Jeremy Harper 13-35, Cyrus Casto 5-11, Justin Wheeler 5-2, Kadin Hall 1-4, Evan King 1-2, Dalton Myers 5-3; Passing: Wheeler 2-5-0, 21 yards; Casto 2-4-1, 10 yards; Receiving: King 2-36, Evans 1-0, Westfall 1-(-5)

South: Rushing: Nick Yoho 20-221, Devin Gaines 5-32, Brayden Mooney 11-41, T.J. Huffman 1-4; Passing: Mooney 10-20-0, 106 yards; Receiving: Dalen King 2-42, Yoho 3-28, Brandon Penn 3-26, Devin Gaines 1-12, Dylan Day 1-(-2)

Parkersburg Catholic 47, Paden City 14

P. Catholic 13 6 15 13 — 47

Paden City 0 0 0 14 — 14

Catholic: Jeb Boice 11 run (kick failed) 7:43, 1st

Catholic: Ty Sturm 4 run (Xavier Collie kick) 2:21, 1st

Catholic: Mike Turkaly 39 pass from Collie (kick failed) 11:47, 2nd

Catholic: Boice 70 kickoff return (Elijah Flowers run) 11:48, 3rd

Catholic: Aiden Stotts 1 run (Collie kick) 8:13, 3rd

P. City: Michael Shreeves 2 run (Bryant McKay pass from Matt Saxon) 10:52, 4th

Catholic: Sturm 10 pass from Collie (kick blocked) 7:28, 4th

P. City: Ryan Cross 3 run (pass failed) 4:42, 4th

Catholic: Stotts 24 run (Collie kick) 0:28, 4th

Team stats

Catholic: First downs: 14; Rushes-yards: 32-281; Passing yards: 49; Total yards: 330; Passing: 2-3-1; Punts-average: n/a; Fumbles-lost: 1-1; Penalties-yards: 2-8

P. City: First downs: 9; Rushes-yards: 46-148; Passing yards: 68; Total yards: 216; Passing: 2-10-1; Punts-average: n/a; Fumbles-lost: 1-1; Penalties-yards: 3-15

Individual stats

Catholic: Rushing: Ty Sturm 14-121, Jeb Boice 9-104; Passing: Collie 2-3-1, 49 yards; Receiving: Mike Turkaly 1-39, Sturm 1-10

P. City: Rushing: Ryan Cross 17-62, Alex McCoy 11-47, Michael Shreeves 11-36; Passing: McCoy 2-8-1, 68 yards; Matt Saxon 0-2-0, 0 yards; Receiving: Shreeves 1-33, Saxon 1-35

Next games: Paden City at Wirt County 7 p.m. Friday; Ritchie County at Parkersburg Catholic 7:30 p.m. Saturday (at Stadium Field).

Ritchie County 24, Tyler Consolidated 22

RC 8 8 8 0 — 24

TC 8 0 14 0 — 22

RC: Garrett Owens 17 run (Trey Moss run) 8:48, 1st

TC: Mark Rucker 5 run (Rucker run) 8:37, 1st

RC: Kayden Procacina 5 pass from Gabe Ray (Tatem McCloy pass from Ray) 5:54, 2nd

TC: Rucker 17 run (run failed) 9:56, 3rd

RC: Ray 1 run (Procacina pass from Ray) 7:17, 3rd

TC: Griffin Phillips 34 run (Phillips run) 6:46, 3rd

Team stats

Ritchie County: First downs: 19; Rushes-yards: 53-318; Passing yards: 31; Total yards: 349; Passing: 5-7; Punts-average: 2-25; Fumbles-lost: 3-2; Penalties-yards: 9-60

Tyler Consolidated: First downs: 12; Rushes-yards: 44-362; Passing yards: 35; Total yards: 397; Passing: 4-11; Punts-average: 2-20.5; Fumbles-lost: 2-0; Penalties-yards: 10-115

Individual stats

Ritchie County: Rushing: Trey Moss 24-175, Garrett Owens 22-120; Passing: N/A; Receiving: Tatem McCloy 3-23, Kayden Procacina 2-8

Tyler Consolidated: Rushing: Mark Rucker 19-171, Griffin Phillips 12-156; Passing: N/A; Receiving: N/A

Next game: Ritchie County at Parkersburg Catholic, 7:30 p.m. Friday; Tyler Consolidated at Doddridge County, 7 p.m. Friday

Calhoun 16, Wirt 6

Calhoun 0 8 0 8 — 16

Wirt Co. 0 6 0 0 — 6

CC: Travis Richards 22 run (Kyle Persinger run) 6:50, 2nd

WC: Zakk Adams 16 run (run failed) 6:33, 2nd

CC: Richards 17 run (Adam Parsons run) 5:48, 4th

Team stats

Calhoun: First downs: 10; Rushes-yards: 43-314; Passing yards: 70; Total yards: 384; Passing: 3-10-1; Punts-average: 3-24.2; Fumbles-lost: 4-2; Penalties-yards: 13-110

Wirt: First downs: 4; Rushes-yards: 37-21; Passing yards: 12; Total yards: 33; Passing: 3-9-0; Punts-average: 8-30.4; Fumbles-lost: 5-0; Penalties-yards: 9-110

Individual stats

Calhoun: Rushing: Travis Richards 9-162, Adam Parsons 10-54; Passing: Parsons 3-10-1, 70 yards; Receiving: Dalton McCune 2-44, Richards 1-26

Wirt: Rushing: Zakk Adams 21-55; Passing: Dylan Lowe 3-9-0, 12 yards; Receiving: AJ Garrett 1-5, Adams 2-7

Next games: Notre Dame at Calhoun County 7 p.m. Friday; Paden City at Wirt County 7 p.m. Friday.

Ravenswood 42, Wahama 0

Wahama 0 0 0 0 — 0

Ravenswood 0 35 7 0 — 42

RW: Joe Chambers 46 pass from Max Hilton (Tanner Snodgrass kick) 10:52, 2nd

RW: Jacob Anthony 39 run (Snodgrass kick) 9:22, 2nd

RW: Wayne Stephenson 39 run (Snodgrass kick) 7:52, 2nd

RW: Stephenson 19 run (Snodgrass kick) 4:15, 2nd

RW: Chase Hood 10 run (Snodgrass kick) 2:02, 2nd

RW: Luke Jackson 18 run (Snodgrass kick) 9:50, 3rd

Individual stats

Wahama: Rushing: D. Bumgarner 9-43, R. Madill 8-25; Passing: Tauley 2-6-0, 26 yards; Receiving: Richardson 1-4, J. Warth 1-22

RHS: Rushing: Luke Jackson 7-123, Wayne Stephenson 3-59, Jacob Anthony 3-49, Chase Hood 7-63; Passing: Max Hilton 2-6-0, 51 yards; Receiving: Joe Chambers 1-46, Case Fletcher 1-5

Note: Jackson 11 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 forced fumble

Next game: Ravenswood at Webster County, 7:30 p.m. on Friday.

Liberty Harrison 42, Roane County 22

LH 21 0 14 7 — 42

RC 8 8 6 0 — 22

LH: Seth Davis 49 run (kick good) 10:29, 1st

RC: Cameron Bennett 10 pass from Danny Bush (Bush run) 8:46, 1st

LH: Seth McIntyre 1 run (kick good) 3:49, 1st

LH: Davis 41 pass from Seth McKinney (kick good) 3:33, 1st

RC: Isaac Ryan 15 pass from Bush (Austin Hawkins pass from Bush) 4:16, 2nd

RC: Bush 22 run (rush failed) 9:18, 3rd

LH: Davis 65 run (kick good) 8:31, 3rd

LH: Davis 30 run (kick good) 6:21, 3rd

LH: McKinney 1 run (kick good) 9:59, 4th

Team stats

Liberty Harrison: First downs: 11; Rushes-yards: 49-334; Passing yards: 75; Total yards: 399; Passing: 2-4; Punts-average: 1-29.0; Fumbles-lost: N/A; Penalties-yards: 3-25

Roane County: First downs: 12; Rushes-yards: 30-103; Passing yards: 90; Total yards: 193; Passing: 7-12-1; Punts-average: 2-28; Fumbles-lost: N/A; Penalties-yards: 2-15

Individual stats

Liberty Harrison: Rushing: Seth Davis 16-192; Passing: Seth McKinney 2-4, 75 yards; Receiving: Seth Davis 1-41, Noah Leggett 1-34

Roane County: Rushing: Danny Bush 16-61, Josh Huffman 11-39; Passing: Danny Bush 7-12-1, 90 yards; Receiving: Alex Miller 2-43, Wayne Epling 1-18, Cameron Bennett 1-10, Isaac Ryan 2-9

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

Magnolia 24, Sherman 0

SHS 0 0 0 0 — 0

MHS 7 0 10 7 — 24

M: Sebastian Stickler 58 pass from Pat Mirandy (Mirandy kick) :37, 1st

M: Dakota Litton 13 pass from Mirandy (Mirandy kick) 4:28, 3rd

M: Mirandy 33 kick :55, 3rd

M: Stickler 32 pass from Mirandy (Mirandy kick) 10:37, 4th

Team stats

Sherman: First downs: 13; Rushes-yards: 39-178; Passing yards: 61; Total yards: 239; Fumbles-lost: 3-2; Penalties-yards: 4-40

Magnolia: First downs: 13; Rushes-yards: 32-114; Passing yards: 173; Total yards: 297; Fumbles-lost: 1-0; Penalties-yards: 2-32

Individual stats

Sherman: Rushing: Hensley Harper 15-101, Hensly 20-53, Dunfee 4-24; Passing: Hensly 10-23-n/a, 61 yards; Receiving: Bowman 4-38, Harper 3-7, Hudson 2-15, Dunfee 1-1

Magnolia: Rushing: Jason Beisel 3-58, Pat Mirandy 12-32; Passing: Pat Mirandy 7-13, 169 yards; Receiving: Sebastian Stickler 2-89, Matthew Gaiser 2-58, Dakota Litton 1-13

Next game: Williamstown at Magnolia, 7 p.m.

Clay 53, Gilmer 14

Gilmer 0 0 14 0 — 14

Clay 13 20 13 7 — 53

GC: Joey Frame 4 run (Frame kick) 3rd

GC: Frame 15 run (Frame kick) 3rd

Next game: Richwood at Gilmer County, 7 p.m. Friday.

at Wildcat Field

Waterford 55, Sciotoville East 0

W: Braden Bellville, 6 run (George Pantelidis pass from Peyten Stephens), 10:45, 1st

W: Zane Heiss, 30 pass from Stephens (kick no good), 7:57, 1st

W: Owen Huck, fumble recovery in end zone (Rhys Thatcher pass from Stephens), 3:07, 1st

W: Bellville, 8 run (pass failed), 9:53, 2nd

W: Heiss, 17 pass from Stephens (Bellville kick), 7:05, 2nd

W: Bellville, 65 run (kick no good), 4:54, 2nd

W: Holden Dailey, 76 run (run failed), 4th

W: Dailey, 14 run (Jacob Huffman pass from Christian Schwendeman), 4:14, 4th

Team stats

East: First downs 4, Rushing yds 49, Passing yds 0, Total yds 49, Fumbles/lost 3/2, Penalties/yards 10/66, Punts/average 5/29.4

Waterford: First downs 14, Rushing yds 308, Passing yds 94, Total yds 402, Fumbles/lost 2/2, Penalties/yards 6/50

Individual stat leaders

Waterford — Rushing: Bellville 13-158-3TD, Dailey 3-96-2TD; Passing: Stephens 4-5-94-2TD; Receiving: Pantelidis 1-36, Heiss 2-48-2TD; Nick Fouss 1-10

Next game: Waterford at South Gallia, 7:30 p.m. Friday

at Athletic Field

Marietta 41, Morgan 0

MA: Tony Munos 14 pass from Corbin Alkire, Sean Fournier kick, 10:58 1st

MA: Munos 49 run, Fournier kick, 5:19 1st

MA: Daniel Long 25 pass from Alkire, Fournier kick, 2:01 1st

MA: Alkire 9 run, kick failed, 7:58 2nd

MA: Kory Science 5 run, Fournier kick, 5:32 2nd

MA: Science 2 run, Fournier kick, 9:35 3rd

Team stats

First downs: MA: 14; MO: 7; Rushes-yards: MA: 38-255; MO: 38-143; Passing yards: MA: 60; MO: 31; Total yards: MA: 315; MO: 174; Passing (comp/att/int): MA: 4-7-0; MO: 2-9-1; Fumbles/lost: MA: 1-0; MO: 3-1; Penalties/yards: MA: 8-71; MO: 6-65; Punts/average: MA: 4-30.5; MO: 5-33.8

Individual stats

Marietta: Rushing: Kory Science 11-77; Tony Munos 4-63; Donavon Wheeler 2-47; Chase Taylor 7-34; Corbin Alkire 7-33; Josh Constable 2-5; Tyson Shaffer 2-(-3); Team 2-(-2); Passing: Alkire 4-6-0, 60 yards; Wheeler 0-1-0; Receiving: Daniel Long 1-25; Matt Bertram 1-15; Munos 1-14; Tanner Stack 1-6

Morgan: Rushing: Wes Pauley28-139; Cobey Hodge 4-7; Lucas Waters 6-(-3); Passing: Waters 2-9-1, 31 yards; Receiving: Adam Niceswanger 1-18; Kaden Williams 1-13

Next games: Marietta at Warren, 7 p.m. Friday; Morgan at Tri-Valley, 7 p.m. Friday

Athens 51, Warren 26

Warren 0 6 7 13 — 26

Athens 21 21 9 0 — 51

A: Evan Adams, 4-yard run (Rider Stock kick), 10:05, 1Q

A: Nicholas Hates, 11-yard run (Stock kick), 4:21, 1Q

A: Logan Maxfield, 54-yard pass from Clay Davis (Stock kick), 1:55, 1Q

A: Adams, 4-yard run (Stock kick), 10:46, 2Q

A: Adams, 3-yard run (Stock kick), 5:57, 2Q

W: Brandon Simoniette, 100-yard interception return (kick blocked), 0:04, 2Q

A: Joey Moore, 57-yard run (Stock kick), 0:00, 2Q

A: Safety, 11:48, 3Q

A: Corbin Stalder, 1-yard run (Stock kick), 8:28, 3Q

W: Josh Welch, 8-yard pass from Kurt Taylor (Ethan Yost kick), 1:52, 3Q

W: Clay Miller, 21-yard pass from Taylor (Yost kick), 8:15, 4Q

W: Evan Gandee, 27-yard pass from Taylor (kick blocked), 0:10, 4Q

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING

Warren – Tyler Schafer 12-63, Landon Wigal 1-4, John Shoup 1-3, TEAM 3-(-28); Athens – Evan Adams 16-114 3 TDs, Clay Davis 8-69, Joey Moore 1-57 TD, Corbin Stalder 6-47 TD, Nicholas Hawes 2-15 TD, Devin Rutter 1-4, Xander Karagosian 4-0, Robby Brice 1-(-1), TEAM 2-(-17).

PASSING

Warren – Kurt Taylor 12-17-0 149 3 TDs, Brandon Simoniette 3-10-2 27; Athens – Clay Davis 10-18-2 176 TD, Xander Karagosian 1-4-2 5.

RECEIVING

Warren – Evan Gandee 5-59 TD, Clay Miller 3-37 TD, Josh Welch 3-35 TD, Zach Lucas 2-25, Landon Wigal 1-15, Tyler Schafer 1-10; Athens – Logan Maxfield 3-73 TD, Peyton Gail 3-18, Joey Moore 2-50, Nate Trainer 2-35, Shane McDade 1-5.

Fort Frye 42, Belpre 14

Fort Frye 14 14 6 8 — 42

Belpre 0 0 7 7 — 14

FF: Evan Schob 16 yd run (Tyler Fisher run) 6:30, 1st

FF: Fisher 1 yd. run (Pass failed) 1:44, first

FF: Fisher 16 yd. pass from Tate Engle (Schob run) 11:54, 2nd

FF: Schob 16 yd. run (Run failed) 6:34, 2nd

B: Foster Brand 4yd. pass from Connor Baker (Tyce Church kick) 7:45, 3rd

FF: Brady Schilling 9 yd. pass from Engle (Run Failed) :55, 3rd

FF: Casey Brooker 4 yd. run (Ian Ellis run) 1:45, 4th

B: Logan Adams 82. yd kickoff return (Church kick) 1:11, 4th

Team Stats

FF(1-0): First downs: 23, Rushes-yards: 41-355, Passing yards: 78, Passing: 7-13-0, Total yards: 433, Punts-avg: 0-0, Fumbles-lost: 3-2, Penalties-yards: 7-60.

BLP (0-1): First downs: 4, Rushes-yards: 38-49, Passing yards: 22, Passing: 4-5-0, Total yards: 71, Punts-avg: 5-28.0, Fumbles-lost: 0-0, Penalties-yards: 5-48.

Individual Leaders

FF- Rushing: Evan Schob 12-122, 2TDs, Tyler Fisher 6-78, TD, Brian Adkins 9-67, Zane Greenleaf 3-34, Casey Brooker 2-28, Jonathan Garvin 2-11, Tate Engle 4-10, Damian Huck 1-6, Ian Ellis 2-(-1). Passing: Engle 7-13-0, 78yds, 2TD, Receiving: Brady Schilling 6-62, TD, Fisher 1-16, TD

BLP – Rushing: Jesse Collins 17-67, Collin Alloway 4-13, Connor Baker 7-0, Logan Adams 6-(-2), Passing: Baker 4-5-0, 22yds, TD, Receiving: Collins 2-11, Walker Feick 1-7, Foster Brand 1-4, TD.

Next Games: Fort Frye at Northridge, 7 p.m. Friday; Belpre at Trimble, 7:30 p.m. Friday

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