The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

September 14, 2013

ROUNDUP: Brown helps Summers County remain undefeated

GRAFTON — Summers County 27, Grafton 20

Isaiah Brown ran 20 yards for a touchdown with 1:30 left to play as the Bobcats remained undefeated.

Brown also scored on a 15-yard run and an 85-yard kickoff return. He finished with 108 yards rushing and another eight receiving.

T.J. Smith had Summers’ first TD on a 40-yard fumble return. Jaquan Ayers ran for 63 yards.

Summers will host fellow unbeaten Wyoming East on Friday. Both teams are 3-0.

Summers County 27, Grafton 20

SC (3-0)    7    0    6    14    —    27

G (0-3)    7    3    0    10    —    20

First Quarter

SC: T.J. Smith 40 fumble return (Tristan Sears kick)

G: Nate Moses 70 pass from Cole Collins (Zachary Rowan kick)

Second Quarter

G: Rowan 30 FG

Third Quarter

SC: Isaiah Brown 15 run (Kick failed)

Fourth Quarter

G: Tyler Moore 15 pass from Collins (Rowan kick)

SC: Brown 85 kickoff return (Run failed)

G: Rowan 35 FG

SC: Brown 20 run (Eric Lindsey run)


RUSHING — SC: Brown 13-108, Jaquan Ayers 10-63, Smith 7-15. G: Corey Moore 11-26, Nate Moses 9-53, Collins 15-73, Brody Witters 7-34.

PASSING — SC: Smith 3-9-0, 14. G: Collins 11-19, 153.

RECEIVING — SC: Brown 2-8, Ryan 1-6. G: Moses 3-77.

TAKEAWAYS — SC: Smith (fum. rec.). G: 1 fum. rec.

Wyoming East 46, Sherman 6

NEW RICHMOND — The Wyoming East Warriors shook off a slow start, scoring 30 points in the second and third quarters to remain undefeated and roll past the Sherman Tide 46-6 Friday.

The Tide struck first on the initial series with a 73-yard halfback pass from Eric Lowe to Brandon Harrah, only to see East come storming back.

Coty Bishop scored on three touchdown runs (41, 1, 20) in the middle quarters to lead the Warriors’ explosion. Aaron Griffith found Christian Hedinger from 15 yards out, while Nick Walker cashed in on a 44-yard run and Michael Bland scampered 41 yards on a fumble recovery for a score.

Dakota White recovered a fumble in the endzone, Jonathan Culicerto had seven tackles and Steve Cook had two quarterback sacks for East.

Wyoming East (3-0) travels to Summers County Friday for a battle of unbeaten teams.

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