The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

November 17, 2013

One-defeated: Dream season ends for ’Hounds


CHARLESTON — M (7-4)    14        14        7        7 — 42

V (10-1)       0        8        0       8 — 16

First quarter

M—Jacob Brill 1 run (Oscar Celedon kick), 8:03.

M—Eric Smith 68 run (Celedon kick), 4:35.

Second quarter

M—Drew Keller 1 run (Celedon kick), 5:41.

V—Henry Barron-Houchins 10 run (Raeshawn Breckenridge run), 3:26.

M—Keller 13 run (Celedon kick), 1:52.

Third quarter

M—Keller 3 run (Celedon kick), 4:32.

Fourth quarter

M—Brill 1 run (Celedon kick), 10:11.

V—Druw Bowen 23 pass from Breckenridge (Bowen pass from Barron-Houchins), 5:52.


RUSHING — M: Keller 36-239, Smith 6-121, Brill 9-79, Tyler Anderson 1-9; V: Breckenridge 18-115, Donte Wilkerson 3-28, Keyshawn Payne 5-21, Casey Stewart 2-7, Barron-Houchins 2-4, Darius Hutchison 3-0.

PASSING — M: Brill 1-1-0-(-1); V: Breckenridge 8-14-0-111.

RECEIVING — M: Keller 1-(-1); V: Bowen 3-67, Wilkerson 3-23, Barron-Houchins 1-15, Payne 1-6.

TAKEAWAYS — M: Kaje Rhode (FR), Kyle Ritz (FR); V: Payne (FR).˙

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