Parkersburg Catholic 37 Valley 14
PARKERSBURG — Payton Sturm tossed four touchdown passes as the Crusaders upset No. 4 Valley.
Parkersburg Catholic, now 4-4, forced the Greyhounds into four turnovers.
Valley (6-1) hosts Richwood Friday.
Parkersburg Catholic 37, Valley 14
V (6-1) 0 6 8 0 — 14
PC (4-4) 0 15 8 14 — 37
PC -- Mitch Davis 56 pass from Payton Sturm (Peter Keiser kick)
V -- Darius Hutchinson 50 run (pass failed)
PC -- Ryan Schriner 9 pass from Sturm (Davis pass from Sturm)
V -- Cody Winter 1 run (Winter run)
PC -- Nick Roedersheimer pass from Sturm (Davis pass from Sturm)
PC -- Davis 34 pass from Sturm (Keiser kick)
PC -- Charles Schriner 19 run (Keiser kick)
RUSHING -— V: Winter 16-59-1, Hutchinson 2-52-1; PC: Sturm 20-62, Davis 11-50
PASSING — V : Matt Whiteside 2-17-3, 64; PC: Sturm 12-21-0, 173-4
RECEIVING — V: Wilkerson 2-64; PC: Davis 7-139-2, Roedersheimer 4-25-1
BOYS PREP SOCCER
Woodrow Wilson 0, Huntington 0
Goalkeeper Casey Young made four saves to enable Woodrow Wilson’s boys soccer to to earn a 4-3 draw with No. 5 Huntington Saturday.
Huntington (14-2-1) held a 4-3 edge in shots on goal.
Woodrow (7-7-4) will face the winner of Monday’s Class AAA Region 3, Section 3 play-in match between Oak Hill and Shady Spring at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Paul Cline Stadium.
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