The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

September 21, 2013

Bobcats withstand Warriors, move to 4-0

(Continued)

HINTON — WE (3-1)    0    7    0    7    —    14

SC (4-0)    7    0    10    0    —    17

First Quarter

SC: T.J. Smith 9 run (Tristan Sears kick), 4:32

Second Quarter

WE: Coty Bishop 7 run (Tristan Jones kick), 2:42

Third Quarter

SC: Sears 30 FG, 4:07

SC: Isaiah Brown 70 run (Sears kick), :09

Fourth Quarter

Brian Whitt 18 run (Jones kick), 11:16

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — WE: Bishop 8-40, Christian Hedinger 2-28, Aaron Griffith 7-66, Whitt 12-91. SC: Brown 18-139, Smith 15-16, Jaquan Ayers 14-67, Matt Ryan 3-6, Erik Lindsey 1-1.

PASSING — WE: Griffith 4-6-0, 18. SC: Smith 2-9-0, 23; Brown 0-1-0, 0; Ryan 1-1-0, 32.

RECEIVING — WE: Hedinger 2-14, Nik Walker 2-4. SC: Sean Willey 1-11, Lindsey 1-12, Smith 1-32.

TAKEAWAYS — WE: None. SC: Brown (fum. rec.), Allen Brown (fum. rec.) .

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