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

(Continued)

— Princeton 69, Shady Spring 0

SS (0-1)    0    0    0    0    —    0

P (1-0)    21    28    14    6    —    69

First Quarter

P: Jordan Jones 12 run (Tahj Sho-Johnson kick), 11:10

P: Nick Wood 10 run with fumble recovery (Sho-Johnson kick), 10:56

P: Kirkland Perdue 31 pass from Jay Palmer (Sho-Johnson kick), 1:12

Second Quarter

P: Sho-Johnson 25 run (Sho-Johnson kick), 11:52

P: Palmer 56 run (Sho-Johnson kick), 8:47

P: Palmer 8 run (Sho-Johnson kick), 4:00

P: Devin Allen 67 punt return (Sho-Johnson kick), 1:09

Third Quarter

P: Sho-Johnson 24 run (Sho-Johnson kick), 10:48

P: Billy Jack Varney 4 run (Sho-Johnson kick), 6:36

Fourth Quarter

P: Sho-Johnson 71 run (pass failed), 11:00

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — SS, Tyler Hanson 4-5, Jonathan Hardy 22-76, Tim Culicerto 5-3, John Lively 3-15. PSHS, Devin Allen 3-35, Jordan Jones 2-30, Jay Palmer 5-77, Tahj Sho-Johnson 6-147, Aaron Saunders 1-20, Logan Baker 3-1, Billy Jack Varney 4-17, Turner Nelson 1-(-1), Christian Shafer 4-8, Je’nye Hearn 3-5, Nick Mason 2-8, Zach Standifur 1-33.

PASSING — SS, T. Culicerto 12-21-134 yds., 1 intc., 0 TD; Jarod Cline 2-3-16-0-0. PSHS, Palmer 2-3-65-0-0.

RECEIVING — SS, Hardy 1-9, Steven Chhabra 3-49, Chase DeMoss 1-3, Tyler Hanson 2-19, Jordan Meadows 2-16, Matthew Plumley 1-19, Andrew Green 2-19, Jacob Hartsog 1-9, Cody Richmond 1-7. PSHS, Zen Clements 1-41, Kirkland Perdue 1-24.

Meadow Bridge 56, Van 20

MEADOW BRIDGE — The Jake Parker express picked up right where it left off last season as the Wildcats rode the play of Parker to a convincing 56-20 win over Van.

Parker set the tone early with three touchdown runs in the first quarter (67, 8, 24) to stake Meadow Bridge to a 22-0 lead.

Craig Peters kept the scoring going on a 12-yard run in the second quarter for a 28-6 lead at the half.

Parker struck again in the third quarter on a two-yard run and twice in the fourth quarter from 49 yards and 28 yards. Abber Gelsinger closed out the Wildcats’ scoring with a 16-yard run for the final margin.

Parker finished the night with a career high 447 yards rushing and also had 12 tackles on the defensive side of the ball.

Meadow Bridge (1-0) makes the long trip to Tug Valley next Friday.

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