The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

October 12, 2013

ROUNDUP: Oak Hill falls at Point Pleasant

POINT PLEASANT — Point Pleasant 49, Oak Hill 15

POINT PLEASANT — Class AAA No. 4 Point Pleasant broke open a tie-game with 42 unanswered points to roll past Class No. 5 Oak Hill 49-15 Friday.

The Red Devils evened the score at seven early in the second quarter on a 17-yard run by K.K. Goodman. However, the Big Blacks answered with three Chase Walton touchdown runs (2, 48, 57), a 39-yard touchdown pass from Robert Yates to Jonathan Peterson and an 11-yard Austen Toler score for a 49-7 lead early in the fourth quarter.

Deonte Scruggs found Joey Re from six yards out for the final score for Oak Hill.

Oak Hill (5-1) looks to bounce back when it hosts Lewis County for homecoming Friday.

Point Pleasant 49, Oak Hill 15

OH (5-1)    0     7    0    8    —    15

PP (6-0)    7    21    14    7    —    49

First Quarter

PP: Cody Mitchell 60 run (kick good)

Second Quarter

OH: K.K. Goodman 17 run (Jalen Jones kick)

PP: Mitchell 1 run (kick good)

PP: Chase Walton 2 run (kick good)

PP: Walton 48 run (kick good)

Third Quarter

PP: Walton 57 run (kick good)

PP: Jonathan Peterson 39 pass from Robert Yates (kick good)

Fourth Quarter

PP: Austen Toler 11 run (kick good)

OH: Joey Re 6 pass from Deonte Scruggs (Jones kick)


RUSHING — OH: Jarrell Green 11-83, Jalen Jones 24-63, K.K. Goodman 10-44. PP: Chase Walton 7-170, Cody Mitchell 15-149, Grant Safford 5-24.

PASSING — OH: Scruggs 6-13-1-81. PP: Yates 6-6-0-94.

RECEIVING — OH: Goodman 4-58, Green 1-17, Re 1-6. PP: Walton 2-38, Jon Peterson 1-30, Mitchell 1-18.

Westside 22, James Monroe 6

CLEAR FORK — Justin Cogar returned to the starting lineup for the first time since being injured in the pre-season to lead the Westside Renegades past James Monroe 22-6 Friday.

Cogar completed 12 passes for 205 yards, including a four-yard touchdown pass to Justin Kenneda and a 45-yard strike to Corey Bowles. Cogar also found the endzone on a six-yard run in the third quarter.

Mike Mullens led the ground attack for the Renegades with 170 yards on 27 carries.

Westside looks to improve their playoff chances when they travel to Class AA No. 4 Bluefield Friday.

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