The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

October 19, 2013

Roundup: Brown scores 5 touchdowns as Summers wins battle of 'Cats


From Staff Reports

HINTON — Summers County 39, Meadow Bridge 32

 Senior Isaiah Brown scored five touchdowns to lead Class AA No. 6 Summers County to a thrilling win over Class A No. 12 Meadow Bridge in a back and forth struggle on senior night.

Brown opened the scoring on a 36-yard pass from Matt Ryan only to see the Wildcats answer with two scores, a 15-yard pass from Ryan Church to Craig Peters and a 5-yard run by workhorse back Jake Parker.

Brown put the Bobcats back on top in the second quarter with two more touchdown runs for a 21-16 halftime lead, and then opened the third quarter with a 60-yard jaunt to push the lead to 27-16.

Parker broke free on the next Wildcats possession and was heading for the end zone when Brown chased him down and saved a crucial score as the Bobcats held on downs.

Parker would find the end zone from 2 yards out later in the quarter after a defensive stop by the Wildcats to close the gap to 27-24.

The fourth quarter opened with the Bobcats facing a crucial fourth-and-four from the Wildcats 34, Jaquan Ayers broke through the center of the line for a 19-yard gain that set up Brown to score from 15 yards out on the next play and a 33-24 lead.

After an exchange of possessions, the Bobcats lined up to punt late in the fourth quarter. The snap sailed over the punter’s head and Meadow Bridge had the ball on the Bobcats 15-yard line. Parker later scored from 3 yards out making the score 33-32.

Summers County recovered the onside kick attempt and tried to run out the clock on the last play and not give the ball back to the Wildcats, Brown broke loose down the sidelines for a 66-yard touchdown to end a wild night in Hinton secure the Bobcats, win.

Brown finished with 188 yards, Smith had 120 yards and Jaquan Ayers gained 90 yards for Summers County.

Parker did all he could to keep the Wildcats in the game with 208 yards on 37 carries to go along with his three touchdowns.

Summers County (7-1) travels to Mount View Friday and Meadow Bridge (6-2) hosts PikeView Friday.



Summers County 39, Meadow Bridge 32

MB (6-2)    16    0    8    8    —    32

SC (7-1)    7    14    6    12    —    39

First Quarter

SC: Isaiah Brown 36 pass from Matt Ryan (Tristen Sears kick)

MB: Craig Peters 15 pass from Ryan Church (Jake Parker rush)

MB: Parker 5 run (Peters pass from Church)

Second Quarter

SC: Isaiah Brown 7 run (TJ Smith rush)

SC: Isaiah Brown 60 run (kick failed)

Third Quarter

SC: Isaiah Brown 60 run (rush failed)

MB: Parker 2 run (Parker rush)

Fourth Quarter

SC: TJ Smith 15 run (rush failed)

MB: Parker 3 run (Church rush)

SC: Isaiah Brown 66 run



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — MB: Parker 37-208, Peters 7-37, Church 7-36. SC: Brown 11-188, Smith 15-120, Jaquan Ayers 9-90.

PASSING — MB: Church 2-6-1-19. SC: Ryan 3-4-0-44.

RECEIVING — MB: Peters 2-19. SC: Eric Lindsay 1-6, Sean Willy 1-13, Brown 2-38.

TAKEAWAYS — MB: none. SC: Ryan (int), Timmy Kitchen (fum rec).



Capital 34, Woodrow Wilson 0

CHARLESTON — Class AAA No. 5 Capital jumped out to a 24-0 halftime lead and went on to defeat the Woodrow Wilson Flying Eagles 34-0 Friday.

Kashuan Haley scored on two touchdown runs (21, 19) and Tyrell Davis had two touchdown receptions (9, 70) from Tyhree Pratt to lead the Cougars to their sixth win of the season.

Haley ran for 145 yards and Pratt threw for 243 yards.

Woodrow Wilson (3-4) starts a crucial stretch of games Friday when it travels to Princeton.



Capital 34, Woodrow Wilson 0

WW (3-4)    0    0    0    0    —    0

C (6-1)    3    21    3    7    —    34

First Quarter

C: Michael Shaffer 32 FG

Second Quarter

C: Haley 21 run (Shaffer kick)

C: Davis 9 pass from Pratt (Shaffer kick)

C: Davis 70 pass from Pratt (Shaffer kick)

Third Quarter

C: Shaffer 22 FG

Fourth Quarter

C: Haley 19 run (Shaffer kick)



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — WW: Chase Hancock 14-75, T.J. Lilly 8-46. C: Haley 22-145, Pratt 8-35.

PASSING — WW: Brent Osborne 3-12-1-29. C: Pratt 14-26-0-243.

RECEIVING — WW: Chase Hancock 1-19. C: Davis 7-138.



Valley 38, Parkersburg Catholic 15

MONTGOMERY — The Class A No. 3 Valley Greyhounds scored in all four quarters to roll past Class A No. 14 Parkersburg Catholic 38-15 Friday.

Valley jumped out to a 22-0 lead on a 10-yard touchdown run by Darius Hutchinson, a fumble recovery in the endzone by Druw Bowen and a two-yard score by Dante Wilkerson.

Parkersburg Catholic roared back on a one-yard Jake Boice run and a 60-yard touchdown reception by Nick Roedersheimer from Strum Payton.

Valley put the game away in the second half holding the Crusaders scoreless, while scoring on two big runs by Raeshawn Breckenridge (46) and Keyshawn Payne (67).

Valley (7-0) travels to Richwood Friday.



Valley 38, Parkersburg 15

PC (6-2)    0    15    0    0    —    15

V (7-0)    14    8    8    8    —    38

First Quarter

V: Darius Hutchinson 10 run (pass failed)

V: Druw Bowen recovers a fumble in the endzone (Hutchison run)

Second Quarter

V: Dante Wilkerson 2 run (Breckenridge rush)

PC: Jake Boice 1 run (Pete Kizer kick)

PC: Nick Roedersheimer 60 pass from Strum Payton (Payton run)

Third Quarter

V: Raeshawn Breckenridge 46 run (Breckenridge run)

Fourth Quarter

V: Keyshawn Payne 67 run (Breckenridge rush)



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — PC: Payton 15-27, Boice 16-90. V: Breckenridge 7-81, Payne 14-143, Casey Stewart 10-59, Wilkerson 9-43.

PASSING — PC: Payton 7-16-3-138. V: Breckenridge 2-12-0-61.

RECEIVING — PC: Cal Bronski 2-14, Roedersheimer 2-71, Boice 3-53. V: Bowen 1-55, John Riddle 1-6.

TAKEAWAYS — PC: Boice (fum rec). V: Breckenridge (INT), Hutchinson 2 (int), Riddle (fum rec), Seth Harmon (fum rec).



Nicholas County 41, Lincoln County 0

SUMMERSVILLE — Class AA No. 11 Nicholas overcame a 7-0 first half to roll to its sixth win of the campaign.

Will Mayes scored three touchdowns, twice on 5-yard runs and another on a 30-yard pass from quarterback Tyler Sagraves.

Mayes ran for 76 yards and caught passes for another 38. Sagraves was 10 of 17 through the air for 138 yards and two scores. Mayes and Austin Hills both had 12 tackles.

Lincoln County (0-6) was held to 91 total yards.

Nicholas (5-2) will host River View on Friday.



Nicholas County 41, Lincoln County 0

LC (0-6)    0    0    0    0    —    0

NC (6-2)    7    0    14    20    —    41

First Quarter

NC: Brandon McClung 14 pass from Tyler Sagraves (Austin Hill kick)

Third Quarter

NC: Sagraves 1 run (Hill kick)

NC: Wil Mayes 5 run (Hill kick)

Fourth Quarter

NC: Mayes 30 pass from Sagraves (Hill kick)

NC: Mayes 5 run (kick failed)

NC: Noah Bibb 3 run (Hill kick)



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — LC: Holley 5-10, Taylor 9-23, Ashley 8 (-29), McGhee 6-19, Moore 7-13, Hopson 2 (-1). NC: Mayes 14-76, Sagraves 8-16, Andrew Woods 2 (-2), Matt Moore 4-0, Bibb 3-7.

PASSING — LC: Ashley 5-11-0-56. NC: Sagraves 10-17-1-138.

RECEIVING — LC: Caleb Porter 1-15, Tanner Price 1-15, McGhee 1-23, Holley 1-3. NC: Joe Amendola 1-9, Mayes 2-38, McClung 2-29, Price 4-56, Hopkins 1-6.

TAKEAWAYS — LC: McGhee (int), Nicholas Johnson (fum rec). NC: Mayes (fum rec), Josh Jarvis (fum rec).



James Monroe 52, Mount View 22

LINDSIDE — The Mavericks rolled to a 52-0 lead in the first half and cruised past Mount View for their second win of the season.

Senior halfback Brian Young scored three times in the first 13 minutes of play in his final homecoming game for James Monroe (2-5), twice after Mount View (1-6) lost first-quarter fumbles, and the Mavericks were on a roll.

Brian Young gained 97 yards for James Monroe, while Andrew Hazzard ran for 152 for the Golden Knights.



James Monroe 52, Mount View 22

First Quarter

JM – Brian Young 25 run (Seth Havens pass from Reed McNeer), 9:58

JM – McNeer 1 run (run failed), 9:05

JM – Young 15 run (Isiah Clarkson run), 5:08

JM – Parker King 39 return of blocked punt (Trevor Neel run), 3:41

JM – Jeffery Lewis 14 run (Clarkson run), 1:12

Second Quarter

JM – Young 21 run (McNeer run), 11:19

JM – Logan Hunnicutt 59 run (Hunnicutt run), 7:28

MV – Andrew Hazzard 66 run (Marquis Bonds pass from Steven Brown), 6:20

Third Quarter

MV – Hazzard 29 run (Chris Muncy run), 7:22

Fourth Quarter

MV – Channing Vineyard 58 pass from Brown (run failed), 6:55



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING – MV, Jamari Perry 10-39, Andrew Hazzard 7-152, Anthony Banks 3-10, Steven Brown 1-4, Chris Muncy 3-3, Marquis Bonds 1-(-2), Donnell Bonds 1-(-3), Chris Burks 1-(-3). JM, Brian Young 7-97, Isaih Clarkson 8-26, Jeffery Lewis 2-45, Reed McNeer 3-14, Logan Hunnicutt 4-83, Trevor Neel 1-3, Nick Horney 10-15, Evan Beasley 8-91, Tyler Sams 6-17, Colton Bradley 2-(-1).

PASSING – MV, Brown 5-9-73 yds.-1 TD-0 intc.; Muncy 1-4-7-0-0. JM, McNeer 4-5-69 yds.

RECEIVING – MV, Channing Vineyard 4-70, Marquis Bonds 2-10. JM, Josh Dransfield 2-51, Tristan Highlander 1-15, Seth Havens 1-3



Bluefield 61, Westside 0

BLUEFIELD — Quarterback R.J. Bourne threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third as Class AA No. 3 Bluefield rolled to its sixth win.

Bourne hit 7 of 9 passes for 152 yards. D.J. Stewart led the 5-1 Beavers’ ground game with 93 yards on 10 carries. Corey Coppola gained 45 yards and ran for a pair of scores.

 Westside (3-5) gained just 58 yards on the ground and 17 through the air. Stellar running back Mike Mullens was held to 19 yards.



Bluefield 61, Westside 0

W (3-5)    0    0    0    0    —    0

B (6-1)    21    28    6    6    —    61

First Quarter

B - Corey Coppola 2 yard run (Francisco Desiderio kick), 10:30

B - R.J. Bourne 13 yard pass to D.J. Edwards (Desiderio kick), 2:08

B - Bourne 53 yard pass to Justin Carter (Desiderio kick), 0:00

Second Quarter

B - Bourne 1 yard run (Desiderio kick), 11:00

B - D.J. Stewart 27 yard run (Desiderio kick), 6:43

B - Brennan Wheeler 22 yard run (Desiderio kick), 4:29

B - Coppola 3 yard run (Desiderio kick), 0:35

Third Quarter

B - Carlos Reed 42 yard run (run failed), 2:55

Fourth Quarter

B - Christian Oster 67 yard run (run failed), 7:47



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — W: Mike Mullens 7-19, Justin Cogar 10-1, Trevor Anderson 5-29, Anthony Bragg 6-9. B: D.J. Stewart 10-93, Corey Coppola 9-45, Christian Oster 2-74, Charles Ross 7-27, Carlos Reed 3-46, Andrew King 6-23, Brennan Wheeler 1-22, Marcus Mitchell 4-21.

PASSING — W: Justin Cogar 4-12, 16; Anthony Bragg 1-1, 7. B: R.J. Bourne 7-9, 152.

RECEIVING — W: Breyer Morgan 3-16, Corey Bowles 2-7. B: D.J. Edwards 5-67, Justin Carter 2-85.



Correction

In Friday's preview of the Independence and Liberty football game, it was reported that Liberty High School opened in 1976. That was incorrect. Liberty opened in 1977.