The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

October 27, 2012

Capital defeats Woodrow

Eagles’ postseason hopes in jeopardy


CHARLESTON — Capital 35, Woodrow Wilson 14

WW (6-4)    0    6    8    0    —    14

C (6-3)    14    14    7    0    —    35

First Quarter

C: Kashaun Haley 19 run (Logan Garrison kick) 9:01

C: Jonathan Pittman 5 INT return (Garrison kick) 0:17

Second Quarter

C: James Richmond 24 pass from Tyhree Pratt (Garrison kick) 7:19

C: Haley 40 punt return (Garrison kick) 5:28

WW: Marcus Mickey 2 run (Chase Hancock run fails) 3:03

Third Quarter

WW: Andrew Johnson 1 run (Nabors pass from Johnson) 8:38

C: Khalil Bush 15 pass from Tyhree Pratt (Garrison kick) 5:09


RUSHING — WW: Chase Hancock 7-(-1), Ramon Edwards 6-32, Andrew Johnson 12-24, Jacob Meadows 2-7, Joshua Creed 1-2, Marcus Mickey 2-2, Brent Osborne 1-3. C: Kashaun Haley 8-35, Tyhree Pratt 7-10, James Richmond 18-105, Tyrell Davis 5-32, Cliffaun Pratt 1-3, Rayqon Vanover 2-12.

PASSING — WW: Andrew Johnson 10-24-2-89-0. C: Tyhree Pratt 10-15-0-154-2.

RECEIVING — WW: Edwards 2-15, Donte Nabors 5-93, Hancock 2-13. C: James Richmond 2-68, Davon Tyson 3-39, Cliffaun Pratt 2-15, Tyrell Davis 1-3, Khalil Bush 1-15, Rashad Cunningham 1-14.

TURNOVERS — WW: Dakota Sizemore (FR), Anthony Hosea (FR), Timothy Culicerto (FR), Donte Nabors (FR). C: Jonathan Pittman (FR, INT) Edmond Harvey (INT).

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