The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

October 26, 2013

ROUNDUP: Spartans take 27-20 win at Parkersburg South

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Greenbrier West 41, James River, Va., 14

CHARMCO — Corey Cox scored on four touchdown runs (8, 23, 22, 2) to lead Class A No. 7 Greenbrier West past James River, Va., 41-14 Friday. Cox finished with 81 yards on the ground and 35 more yards on two receptions.

Malik Boatwright added a 6-yard touchdown run and Jordan Grimmett scored on a 68-yard run for the Cavaliers, who led 41-0 before two late scores by James River.

Greenbrier West (8-1) hosts Fayetteville in its season finale Friday.

Greenbrier West 41, James River, Va. 14

JR (3-6)    0    0    6    8    —    14

GW (8-1)    14    14    13    0    —    41

First Quarter

GW: Corey Cox 8 run (Braden Isaacs kick)

GW: Jordan Grimmett 68 run (Isaacs kick)

Second Quarter

GW: Cox 23 run (Isaacs kick)

GW: Malik Boatwright 6 run (Isaacs kick)

Third Quarter

GW: Cox 22 run (kick failed)

GW: Cox 2 run (Isaacs kick)

JR: Sherman Alston 1 run (rush failed)

Fourth Quarter

JR: #11 2 run (#11 run)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — GW: Boatwright 16-79, Cox 15-81, Grimmett 4-81, Chase McClung 7-41, Isaacs 7-31, Derek Coryell 5-19, Jordan Tincher 1-2, Jacob Whitt 1-2.

PASSING — GW: Boatwright 6-9-0-51.

RECEIVING — GW: Mikey Goddard 2-22, Cox 3-25.

TAKEAWAYS — GW: Boatwright (int, fum rec), Logan Brown (fum rec).

Valley 40, Richwood 9

RICHWOOD — The Class A No. 3 Valley Greyhounds scored 20 fourth-quarter points and forced five turnovers to defeat a pesky Richwood squad 40-9 Friday.

The Lumberjacks only trailed 12-9 late in the first half when Henry Barron-Houchins intercepted a pass at the 2 yard line to stop a score by Richwood.

Valley put the game away in the second half with five straight scores including two long touchdown runs in the final quarter by Dante Wilkerson (94) and Barron-Houchins (73) and a safety by Casey Stewart.

Wilkerson finished with 129 yards and Keyshawn Payne had 104.

Michael Adams led the Lumberjacks with 163 yards on the ground and kicked a 24-yard field goal.

Valley (8-0) looks to stay undefeated when it travels to Midland Trail Friday, while Richwood hosts Summers County.

Valley 40, Richwood 9

V (8-0)    6    6    8    20    —    40

R (2-6)    0    9    0    0    —    9

First Quarter

V: Dante Wilkerson 15 run (run failed)

Second Quarter

R: Logan Brown 15 pass from Logan Cox (kick blocked)

R: Michael Adams 24 FG

V: Keyshawn Payne 5 run (rush failed)

Third Quarter

V: Darius Hutchison 6 run (pass failed)

V: Casey Stewart tackled Adams in end zone

Fourth Quarter

V: Payne 2 run (Raeshawn Breckenridge run)

V: Wilkerson 94 run (pass failed)

V: Henry Barron-Houchins 73 run (rush failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — V: Wilkerson 7-129, Payne 15-104, Barron-Houchins 1-73, Stewart 4-28, Tracy Conliff 4-26, Breckenridge 7-25. R: Adams 23-163, Johnny Clevenger 4-27, Logan Brown 2-14, Austin Livesay 3-12, Cox 1-5.

PASSING — V: Breckenridge 2-5-0-36. R: Cox 7-17-2-105, Shane Lipps 0-1-1-0.

RECEIVING — V: Payne 1-27, Druw Bowen 1-9. R: Jared Amick 3-64, Logan Brown 2-31, Adams 1-5, Levisay 1-5.

TAKEAWAYS — V: Barron-Houchins (int), Wilkerson (fum rec), Hutchison (fum rec), Breckenridge (int), Wilkerson (int). R: Levisay (fum rec).

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