The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

September 28, 2013

Unbeaten Oak Hill downs Buckhannon-Upshur 23-10

Prep Football Roundup

From Staff Reports

BUCKHANNON — The Red Devils potent offense sputtered a little Friday, but had enough juice to defeat Buckhannon-Upshur and remain undefeated on the season.

Jalen Jones, hampered by an ankle injury, kicked a 25-yard field goal and scored on a one-yard run to give Oak Hill the lead early, 9-0.

Seth Cutwright answered with a 48-yard run to close the gap to 9-7, only to see Oak Hill’s Jarrell Green score on a 72-yard run for a 15-7 halftime lead.

The Red Devils defense would bend in the second half, but refused to break allowing only a field goal before K.K. Goodman scored on a two-yard for the Oak Hill win.

Oak Hill (4-0) travels to Shady Spring next Friday.

Oak Hill 23, Buckhannon-Upshur 10

OH (4-0)    3    12    0    8    —    23

BU (2-3)    0    7    0    3    —    10

First Quarter

OH: Jalen Jones 25 FG

Second Quarter

OH: Jones 1 run (run failed)

BU: Seth Cutwright 48 run (Trey Short kick)

OH: Jarrell Green 72 run (pass failed)

Fourth Quarter

BU: Short 26 FG

OH: K.K. Goodman 2 run (Deonte Scruggs to K. K. Goodman pass)


RUSHING — OH: Jones 20-82, Goodman 10-44, Green 4-71, Scruggs 5-30.

PASSING — OH: Scruggs 6-9-1-74.

RECEIVING — OH: Goodman 3-52, Green 2-8, Joey Re 1-14

TURNOVERS — OH: Antonio Gray (int), Re (fum rec)

Wyoming East 48, Mount View 22

NEW RICHMOND — The Wyoming East Warriors jumped out to a 21-0 lead and rolled past their McDowell County neighbors 48-22.

The Warriors had two touchdown runs from Coty Bishop (4, 1) and one each from Brian Whitt (3), Ryan Cantrell (1) and Nick Walker (46).

Christian Hedinger opened the scoring for the Warriors on a 16-yard reception from Aaron Griffith and Jonathon Culicerto picked off a pass and scampered 42 yards for a touchdown.

Culicerto and Casey Saunders finished with 12 tackles apiece.

Wyoming East (4-1) travels to River View next Friday.

Wyoming East 48, Mount View 22

MV (1-4)    8    0    0    14    —    48

WE (4-1)    21    0    13    14    —    22

First Quarter

WE: Christian Hedinger 16 pass from Aaron Griffith (Jon Cilicerto pass from Griffith)

WE: Coty Bishop 4 run (kick failed)

WE: Brian Whitt 3 run (Tristen Toler kick)

MV: Jeremiah Perry 74 run (pass good)

Third Quarter

WE: Bishop 1 run (Toler kick)

WE: Ryan Cantrell 1 run (pass failed)

Fourth Quarter

MV: Chris Muncy 6 pass to tight end (run failed)

WE: Culicerto 42 INT (Toler kick)

MV: Jeremiah Perry 32 run (pass good)

WE: Nick Walker 46 run (Toler kick)


RUSHING — MV: Perry 15-121, Donnell Bonds 8-40, Joseph Hayes 5-26, Laquell Martin 12-24. WE: Bishop 5-27, Griffith 5-27, Whitt 9-59, Jacob Dulcy 3-46, Nick Walker 2-69, Hedinger 1-5, Jacob Summe 7-43.

PASSING — MV: Muncy 2-4-2-15. WE: Griffith 3-9-0-22. Whitt 1-1-0-59.

RECEIVING — WE: Hedinger 2-75, Dulcy 1-3, Culicerto 1-3.

TURNOVERS — WE: Culicerto (INT), Dulcy (INT)

Meadow Bridge 28, Pendleton County 13

FRANKLIN — The Meadow Bridge Wildcats outscored Pendleton County 20-6 in the second half to break open a close game for a 28-13 win on the road.

Pendleton County packed the line and held all-stater Jake Parker to 76 yards in the first half. Parker refused to be held down though, exploding for 153 yards and two third-quarter touchdowns to break the game open. Parker also had 11 tackles for the Wildcats.

Craig Peters opened the scoring for Meadow Bridge on a 39-yard run in the first quarter and then put the game out of reach with an 82-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Shane Harless was a force on defense with 13 tackles, and Ryan Church had two interceptions for Meadow Bridge.

Meadow Bridge (5-0) will host the undefeated Valley Greyhounds next Friday.

Meadow Bridge 28, Pendleton County 13

MB (5-0)    0    8    12    8    —    28

PC (2-3)    0    7    0    6    —    13

Second Quarter

PC: Luke Yoakom 4 run (Justin Cook kick)

MB: Craig Peters 39 run (Peters pass from Church)

Third Quarter

MB: Jake Parker 65 run (rush failed)

MB: Parker 35 run (rush failed)

Fourth Quarter

MB: Peters 82 INT (Church rush)

PC: Justin Propt 11 pass from Tim Hevener (pass failed)


RUSHING — MB: Parker 26-229, Peters 6-77, Church 3-7, Shane Harless 2-11. PC: Lane Flesher 14-81, Yoakom 14-29, Hevener 2-14.

PASSING — MB: Church 1-3-0-20. PC: Yoakom 9-20-3-127, Hevener 2-4-1-19.

RECEIVING — MB: Peters 1-20. PC: Dylan Wimer 5-69, Propst 4-49, Jessie Lambert 3-28.

TAKEAWAYS — MB: Ryan Church (2 INT), Peters (INT, fum rec)), David Gainer (INT). PC: Propst (fum rec).

Bluefield 57, Greenbrier East 18

FAIRLEA — Bluefield took advantage of three Greenbrier East fourth-down gambles, scoring after each to cruise to a 57-18 victory Friday night.

The Beavers’ Cory Coppola and D.J. Stewart found the end zone three times apiece. Coppola gained 151 yards on 11 carries while Stewart picked up 124 yards on 16 carries.

Charles Ross and Brennan Wheeler also ran for touchdowns for Bluefield (3-1). Francesco Desiderio nailed a 41-yard field goal.

Greenbrier East scored on three touchdown passes. Quarterback Isaiah Kinder fired 19 yards to fullback Ben Allen, and 12 yards to Colby Johnson. Backup QB Jonathan Carr connected with Matt Beard on a 62-yard scoring aerial from Jonathan Carr with 10 seconds left in the game.

Coppola led all rushers with 151 yards on 11 carries, scoring three touchdowns. Stewart, also scoring three touchdowns, ran for 124 yards on 16 carries.

Kinder was 15 for 37 through the air for 172 yards. Ty Walker led the ground game with 59 yards on seven runs.

The Spartans (3-2) will host University next Friday.

Moorefield 31, Webster County 13

UPPER GLADE — Webster County turned the ball over three times in the red zone, while Moorefield quarterback Dakota Vetter ran for a touchdown and passed for two more to lead the Yellow Jackets to the win.

Vetter finished with 101 yards rushing and 184 passing. Matt Dolin caught TD passes of 29 and 84 yards for 4-1 Moorefield.

Webster (0-5) lost the ball on downs at the Moorefield 12, fumbled at the 10 and was intercepted at the 4 — all in the first half.

Walker Lawson (35-yard run) and Jake Shrader (3) put the Highlanders on the scoreboard in the fourth quarter.

Jake Phayer ran for 68 yrds and passed for 152 for Webster, which will play Friday at Liberty.

Moorefield 31, Webster County 13

M (4-1)    6    8    14    3    —    31

WC (0-5)    0    0    0    13    —    13

First Quarter

M: Tyhein Franklin 33 run (Kick failed), 3:04

Second Quarter

M: Dakota Vetter 52 run (Matt Dolin pass from Vetter), 8:46

Third Quarter

M: Dolin 29 pass from Vetter (Jose Ramirez kick), 7:07

M: Dolin 84 pass from Vetter (Ramirez kick) :33

Fourth Quarter

M: Ramirez 25 FG, 6:51

WC: Walker Lawson 35 run (Ben Cochran kick), 3:25

WC: Jake Shrader 3 run (Pass failed), :52


RUSHING — M: Franklin 13-71, Dolin 1-8, Colton Brannsen 8-33, Vetter 11-101, Shane Myers 3-15. WC: Jake Phayer 17-68, Lawson 5-59, Chase Rose 1-24, Dalton Davis 3-27, Logan Taylor 2-17, Dalton Gray 1-6, Shrader 2-5..

PASSING — M: Vetter 6-10-0, 184. WC: Phayer 11-23-3, 152; McCourt 0-2-0, 0.

RECEIVING — M: Branson 2-32, Myers 1-7, Dolin 3-145. WC: Davis 4-73, Rose 1-13, Ben Cochran 2-20, Lawson 4-46.

TAKEWAYS — M: 4 fum. rec., 3 int. WC: Cole McCourt (fum. rec.).