The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

October 26, 2013

ROUNDUP: Spartans take 27-20 win at Parkersburg South

Greenbrier East 27, Parkersburg South 20

PARKERSBURG — The Greenbrier East Spartans forced a key interception from Mason Yates in the fourth quarter that led to an Isaiah Kinder 1-yard touchdown run, erasing a 20-19 deficit to propel the Spartans past past the Patriots.

Kinder threw for 173 yards, rushed for 37 and threw two more touchdown passes (13, 33) to Colby Johnson to lead the East offense. Dalton Cline did the work on the ground with 209 yards on 29 carries.

The defense, which had struggled, held South scoreless in the crucial fourth quarter.

Greenbrier East (5-4) travels to Oak Hill Friday for a must win to keep any hopes of making the playoff alive.

Greenbrier East 27, Parkersburg South 20

GE (5-4)    7    12    0    8    —    27

PS (2-6)    0    13    7    0    —    20

First Quarter

GE: Colby Johnson 13 pass from Isaiah KInder (Sean Myles kick)

Second Quarter

PS: Cody Smith 2 run (kick failed)

GE: Dalton Cline 4 run (kick failed)

GE: Johnson 33 pass from Kinder (pass failed)

PS: Smith 6 run (Micah Bowles kick)

Third Quarter

PS: Garrett Gilkerson 45 run (Bowles kick)

Fourth Quarter

GE: Kinder 1 run (Kinder run)


RUSHING — GE: Kinder 12-37, Cline 29-209, Roland Robinson 4-1, Christopher Landis 1-0, Phillip Dowdy 6-43, Ben Allen 3-33. PS: Nick Sanders 1-5, Gilkerson 10-67, Smith 16-56, Brendan Schwendeman 6-31.

PASSING — Kinder 12-19-0-173: . PS: Gilkerson 6-13-1-144.

RECEIVING — GE: Allen 1-14, Kamen Reynolds 2-23, Ty Walker 2-27, Matt Beard 2-38, Cline 1-9, Colby Johnson 4-62. PS: Sanders 1-7, Cody Boggs 1-40, Smith 1-18, Schwendeman 3-79.

Summers County 61, Mount View 0

WELCH — Sophomore quarterback Matt Ryan threw for three touchdowns, and intercepted two passes on defense to lead the Bobcats.

Ryan was 3 for 4 through the air, including two TD aerials to Isaiah Brown (39, 22) and another to Erik Lindsey (8). Brown also had a 30-yard scoring run, and T.J. Smith gained 66 yards on six carries and scored twice (12, 17).

Class AA No. 4 Summers County intercepted four passes, blocked a Mount View kick and held the Golden Knights to 31 yards on 34 carries.

The Bobcats will conclude their regular season next Friday with a game at Richwood.

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