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

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— INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — OH: Jones 13-186-3, Goodman 12-79, Green 3-10, Deonte Scruggs 1-5, Antonio Gray 2 (-3), Antwon Smith 1-6, Tyler Painter 1-5, Derek Futler 4 (-3), Noah Miller 1 (-11).

PASSING — OH: Scruggs 4-6-44.

RECEIVING — OH: Marc Logan 2-30, Goodman 1-12, Jones 1-2.

TURNOVERS — OH: Gray (fum rec).

Summers County 18, PikeView 12

HINTON — Isaiah Brown ran 16 times for 145 yards and Summers County held off PikeView.

Jaquan Ayers rushed for 70 yards, including a 31-yard touchdown in the first quarter.

T.J. Smith ran for a touchdown and passed to Caleb Harrah for another for the Bobcats.

Hunter Moses ran for 29 yards and a touchdown for PikeView.

Summers will host James Monroe next Friday.

Summers County 18, PikeView 12

PV (0-1)    6    0    0    6    —    12

SC (1-0)    6    0    6    6    —    18

First Quarter

SC: Jaquan Ayers 31 run (kick failed).

PV: Hunter Moses 37 run (kick failed).

Third Quarter

SC: Caleb Harrah 6 pass from T.J. Smih (kick failed).

Fourth Quarter

SC: Smith 2 run (run failed).

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — PV: Moses 13-29, Chris McBride 5-(-8). SC: Isaiah Brown 16-145, Ayers 12-70.

PASSING — PV: McBride 7-17-1-157. SC:  Smith 4-9-0-46.

RECEIVING — PV: Brandon Flinchem 3-41, Tanner Farley 2-92-1. SC: Harrah 1-6, Matt Ryan 1-14, Brown 2-26.

TURNOVERS — PV: none. SC: Ryan (INT), 2 FR.

Wyoming East 27, Mingo Central 26

MATEWAN — The Wyoming East Warriors defense came up with a huge stop on a two-point conversion with just over one minute left in the game to pull out a thrilling win over Mingo Central 27-26.

The Warriors jumped out to a 19-12 halftime lead on two touchdown passes from Aaron Griffith to Jacob Dulcie (30, 41) and a Coty Bishop one-yard run.

Chance Lester gave Mingo Central the lead in the fourth quarter on a 35-yard run and a two-point conversion pass from Stephen Hammond 20-19.

East regained the lead on a 15-yard Griffith touchdown pass to Christian Hedinger at 27-20.

Lester found the endzone for the Miners with 1:04 left in the game, but the Warriors’ defense would not be denied, rising up to stop the two-point conversion and preserve the win.

Jonathan Culicerto led the Warriors’ defensive charge with 10 tackles and an interception.

Wyoming East (1-0) hosts county rival Westside Friday.

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