The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

August 31, 2013

Independence rallies to beat Trail, 28-21

(Continued)

HICO —

Independence 28, Midland Trail 21

I (1-0)    0    7    13    8    —    28

MT (0-1)    14    7    0    0    —    21

First Quarter:

MT: Ryan Wilson 22 run (Wilson kick), 7-0, 5:38

MT: Wilson recovered blocked punt in end zone (Wilson kick), 14-0, 3:12

Second Quarter

I: Colton Ward 35 run (Robert Cuthbert kick), 14-7, 9:08

MT: Wilson 6 run (Wilson kick) 21-7, 1:41

Third Quarter

I: Brandon Treadway 14 run (Cuthbert kick), 21-14, 9:13

I: Chance Rhodes 4 run (run failed), 21-20, 1:59

Fourth Quarter

I: Brian Sexton 1 run (Ward run), 28-21, 2:47

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — I:Ward 14-112-1, Sexton 5-(minus-3)-1, Dustin Justice 14-66, Chase Mills 5-14, Treadway 9-47-1, Rhodes 7-52-1. MT: Wilson 15-88-2, Austin Burdette 7-36, Collin Carte 2-(minus-12), Glen Neal 6-11.

PASSING — I: Sexton 2-4-0-37-0. MT: Carte 2-6-0-3-0, Neal 0-1-0-0-0, Wilson 1-1-0-14-0.

RECEIVING — I: Justice 1-20, Bill Sargent 1-17. MT: Burdette 2-3, Carte 1-14.

TURNOVERS — I: None. MT: Burdette (2 fum rec, blocked punt).

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