The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

August 31, 2013

Roundup: Flying Eagles, Tigers fall on road

Wildcats' Parker, Oak Hill's Jones have big games

Winfield 42, Woodrow Wilson 19

WINFIELD — Ethan Copeland rushed for 153 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead the Winfield Generals past the Woodrow Wilson Flying Eagles in the first-ever football meeting between the two schools.

Chris Turner also had two scores for the Generals with a 22-yard touchdown reception and a 1-yard run.

Brent Osborne passed for 200 yards and two touchdown strikes (22, 65) to Chase Hancock to lead the Flying Eagles. Osborne also had an interception on defense and Hancock finished with 129 receiving yards.

Donte Nabors also scored on an 82-yard punt return for Woodrow Wilson.

Woodrow Wilson (0-1) looks to bounce back Friday as it hosts rival Greenbrier East.

Winfield 42, Woodrow Wilson 19

WW (0-1)    7    6    0    6    —    19

WF (1-0)    14    21    7    0    —    42

First Quarter

W: Chris Turner 22 yard pass from Toby Show (kick good)

WW: Noah Hancock 22 pass from Brent Osborne (Osborne kick)

W: Turner 1 run (kick good)

Second Quarter

W: Ethan Copeland 21 run (kick good)

W: John Hathaway 27 pass from Toby Show (kick good)

WW: Hancock 65 pass from Osborne (kick blocked)

W: Copeland 5 run (kick good)

Third Quarter

W: Copeland 12 run (kick run)

Fourth Quarter

WW: Donte Nabors 82 punt return (pass failed)


RUSHING — WW: Hancock 4-18, Josh Creed 5-1, Osborne 4-27, Ronald Blanks 1-3, Troy Lilly 1-13, Dylan Foster 1-2. W: Copeland 24-153-3, Jacob Lewis 6-39, Show 8-34, Turner 2-4-1, Smith 1-10.

PASSING — WW: Osborne 13-29-0-200-2. W: Show 21-36-1-275-2.

RECEIVING — WW: Nich Deems 1-4, Creed 3-55, Hancock 5-129-2, Nabors 3-6, Lilly 1-6. W: Turner 4-58-1, Hill 5-38, Lewis 1-30, Hathaway 7-96-1, Amick 2-10, Withrow 1-25, Copeland 1-8.

TURNOVERS — WW: Osborne (int).

Princeton 69, Shady Spring 0

PRINCETON — Princeton racked up 374 yards in total offense and rolled to a 69-0 shutout over Shady Spring High to open the season on Friday night at Anne S. Hunnicutt Stadium.

Less than a minute into the game, on the third play from scrimmage, Princeton reached the end zone on a 12-yard burst by sophomore Jordan Jones.

Ten seconds later, the football popped from the hands of Shady Spring's Tyler Hanson and Princeton senior Nick Wood snatched it out of the air and rambled 10 yards for another score. Tahj Sho-Johnson’s extra point gave the home team a 14-0 lead.

Princeton quarterback Jay Palmer got untracked as the half wore on. He tossed a pass to senior Kirkland Perdue, who leaped high and fought his way downfield for a 31-yard scoring play.

Sho-Johnson scampered 25 yards untouched for the next score. Palmer added scoring runs of 56 and 8 yards, and Devin Allen returned a punt 67 yards to set up a 49-0 halftime lead.

Sho-Johnson gained 147 yards on six carries. Palmer added another 77 yards.

Shady Spring quarterback Tim Culicerto hit 12 of 21 passes for 134 yards. Johnathan Hardy paced the ground attack with 76 yards on 22 carries.

Shady Spring will host Logan on Friday, while Princeton remains at home to meet Bluefield.

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