The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

November 2, 2013

ROUNDUP: Cavaliers pull away from upset-minded Fayetteville


From Staff Reports

Greenbrier West 22, Fayetteville 6

CHARMCO — The Fayetteville Pirates put a scare into the Class A No. 7-rated Greenbrier West Cavaliers before falling short 22-6 Friday.

The Pirates, playing their sixth opponent of the season ranked inside the top 11 teams, trailed by only one point in the third quarter, only to see the Cavaliers pull away with two scores.

Corey Cox put Greenbrier West up 7-0 on a 3-yard run in the second quarter in a defensive battle. Cox would finish with 110 yards on the ground.

The Pirates struck first in the third quarter on a 32-yard pass for a score from Will Fenton to Jacob Alton.

Leading by one, the Cavaliers pulled away on a 31-yard touchdown run from Chase McClung and a 5-yard run by Malik Boatwright.

Greenbrier West (9-1) now awaits playoff seeding, while Fayetteville (3-6) travels to Independence next Friday.



Greenbrier West 22, Fayetteville 6

F (3-6)    0    0    6    0    —    6

GW (9-1)    0    7    7    8    —    22

Second Quarter

GW: Corey Cox 3 run (Braden Isaacs kick)

Third Quarter

F: Jacob Alton 32 pass from Will Fenton (pass failed)

GW: Chase McClung 31 run (Isaacs kick)

Fourth Quarter

GW: Malik Boatwright 5 run (Mikey Goddard rush)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — F: Tasheem Saunders 12-21, Fenton 3 (-27), Cameron Underwood 3-6, Alton 2- (-1); GW: Cox 23-110, Boatwright 24-79, McClung 15-94, Jordan Grimmett 1 (-5).

PASSING — GW: Boatwright 5-5-0-26. F: Fenton 8-18-1-106.

RECEIVING — GW: Dustin Yoakum 2-12, Goddard 1-10, Cox 1-5, Grimmett 1- (-1). F: Alton 4-52, James Criss 2-20, Fenton 1-30.

TAKEAWAYS — GW: Goddard (int), Logan Brown (fum rec), Marquis Frazier (fum rec).



Summers County 30, Richwood 8

RICHWOOD — T.J. Smith had 304 yards of total offense and scored two touchdowns as the playoff-bound Bobcats rolled to their ninth win.

Smith carried the ball 18 times for 151 yards and scored on a 10-yard run. He also caught five passes for 153 yards.

Isaiah Brown ran for 95 yards and a touchdown, while quarterback Matt Ryan completed 6 of 9 passes for 181 yards.

Linebacking standout Erik Lindsey recovered a fumble and returned it 76 yards for a touchdown.

Logan Brown caught a 19-yard pass from Logan Cox for Richwood’s only score.

Class AA No. 4 Summers (9-1) will take next week off to prepare for the postseason. Richwood (2-7) will conclude its season next Friday at Nicholas County.



Summers County 30, Richwood 8

SC (9-1)    6    8    8    8    —    30

R (2-7)    0    0    8    0    —    8

First Quarter

SC: TJ Smith 10 run (run failed)

Second Quarter

SC: Isaiah Brown 5 run (Smith rush)

Third Quarter

SC: Erik Lindsey 76 fumble recovery (Lindsey run)

R: Logan Brown 19 pass from Logan Cox (Adams from Cox)

Fourth Quarter

SC: Smith 51 pass from  Matt Ryan (Brown rush)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — SC: Brown 15-95, Smith 18-151. R: Adams 26-107, Aistin Levisay 8-30.

PASSING — SC: Ryan 6-9-0-181. R: Cox 6-14-1-55.

RECEIVING — SC: Smith 5-153, Brown 1-28. R: Brown 2-23, Griffin Snyder 1-23.

TAKEAWAYS — SC: Lindsey (int., fum. rec.).

9-1



Valley 48, Midland Trail 26

HICO —  The Class A No. 3 Valley Greyhounds remained perfect, defeating Midland Trail 48-26 Friday behind three touchdowns from Keyshawn Payne. Payne finished with 106 yards on six carries.

Darius Hutchinson, Devon Williams and Dante Wilkerson each added one score for Valley. Wilkerson had 71 yards on four carries.

Ryan Wilson was the workhorse for Midland Trail, carrying the ball 27 times for 189 yards and three touchdowns.

Christian McGuire added a touchdown for the Patriots.

Valley (9-0) will look to finish a perfect season next Friday when it hosts Gilmer County.

Midland Trail (4-5) will travel to PikeView for its final game of the season.



Valley 48, Midland Trail 26

V (9-0)    32    0    16    0    —    48

MT (4-5)    6    14    0    6    —    26

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — V: Keyshawn Payne 6-106, Darius Hutchinson 4-31, Raeshawn Breckenridge 5-74, Dante Wilkerson 4-71, Devon Williams 2-5, Henry Barron-Houchins 3-41, Tracy Conliffe 3-8. MT: Ryan Wilson 27-189, Andrew Dickerson 4-15, Christian McGuire 13-96, Glen Neal1-6, Austin Burdette 3-9.

PASSING — V: Breckenridge 3-4-0-20, Barron-Houchins 1-12. MT: Neal 7-11-0-54.

RECEIVING — V: Barron-Houchins 1-12, Breckenridge 2-21. MT: Burdette 5-44, Colin Carte 1-8, Scott Chuyka 1-2.



Westside 46, Mount View 6

WELCH — The Westside Renegades defense forced eight Mount View turnovers and scored on a 36-yard Bryce Robinson interception return and a 48-yard Justin Cogar interception return to roll past the Golden Knights 46-6 Friday.

Mike Mullens rushed for 217 yards and three touchdowns (22, 31, 22), while Cogar scored on two touchdown runs (1, 3) and passed for 119 yards.

Robinson added another interception and a fumble recovery and A.J. Cook had two fumble recoveries.

Westside (4-5) hosts River View Friday.



Westside 46, Mount View 6

W (4-5)    6    18    16    6    —    46

MV (1-8)    0    0    0    6    —    6

First Quarter

W: Justin Cogar 1 run (pass failed)

Second Quarter

W: Mike Mullens 22 run (pass failed)

W: Mullens 31 run (run failed)

W: Bryce Robinson 36 INT return (pass failed)

Third Quarter

W: Justin Cogar 3 run (Mullens run)

W: Justin Cogar 48 INT return (Larry Cook pass from Cogar)

Fourth Quarter

MV: #34 44 run (run failed)

W: Mullens 22 run (pass failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — W: Mullens 19-217, Cogar 12-58.

PASSING — W: Cogar 6-12-0-119.

RECEIVING — W: Robinson 2-40, Cook 2-19, Corey Bowles 2-60.

TAKEAWAYS — W: Robinson (2 int, fum rec), Cogar (int), Anthony Bragg (int), AJ Cook (2 fum rec), Doug Lester (fum rec).



Bluefield 60, James Monroe 14

BLUEFIELD — The Bluefield Beavers rolled up more than 500 yards of offense and held the James Monroe Mavericks to 91 yards to claim a 60-14 win Friday at MItchell Stadium.

D.J. Stewart ran for 76 yards and two touchdowns, while Corey Coppola gained 58 yards and also had a pair of scores.

Brian Young caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Reed McNeer and Parker King recovered a fumble in the end zone to put James Monroe (3-6) on the scoreboard in the fourth quarter.

The Mavericks will wrap up regular season play next week as it hosts Princeton.

Bluefield (8-1), rated No. 1 in the WVSSAC this week, will host No. 2 Wayne in its season finale next Saturday.



JM (3-6)    0    0    0    14    —    14

B (8-1)    20    34    6    0    —    60

First quarter

B - D.J. Stewart 10 yard run (Francisco Desiderio kick), 9:12

B - Corey Coppola 1 yard run (Desiderio kick), 4:17

B - R.J. Bourne 4 yard run (run failed), 0:00

Second quarter

B - Coppola 44 yard run (Desiderio kick), 9:27

B - Stewart 27 yard run (Desiderio kick), 6:47

B - Charles Ross 14 yard run (Desiderio kick), 4:01

B - Brennan Wheeler 60 yard run (Desiderio kick), 1:59

B - Jordan Masterson 38 yard run (knee taken), 0:58

Third quarter

B - Carlos Reed 82 yard run (knee taken), 9:10

Fourth quarter

JM - Brian Young 22 pass from Reed McNeer (McNeer run), 6:51

JM - Parker King fumble recovery in end zone (pass failed), 2:54

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING: JM - Jeffrey Lewis 6-1, Reed McNeer 13-(-9), Evan Beasley 2-56. B - D.J. Stewart 6-76, Corey Coppola 4-58, Charles Ross 4-29, D.J. Edwards 1-30, R.J. Bourne 1-4, Brennan Wheeler 1-60.

PASSING: JM - Reed McNeer 2-6 40 yards; B - R.J. Bourne 6-7 91 yards, Andrew King 0-1.

RECEPTIONS: JM - Jeffrey Lewis 1-18, Brian Young 1-22, Totals 2-40. B - Justin Carter 2-29, D.J. Edwards 2-25, Brandon Lilly 1-22, Charles Ross 1-15, Totals 6-91.