The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

August 31, 2013

Westside’s victory goes through Mullens

Junior running back runs for 290 yards as Renegades blast Raiders


CLEAR FORK — L (0-1)    0    8    8    0    —    16

W (1-0)    6    16    16    6    —    44

First Quarter

W: Mike Mullens 34 run (run failed)

Second Quarter

W: Mullens 15 run (Larry Cook run)

L: Tre’Shaun McDowell 15 pass from Hunter Wright (McDowell pass from Wright)

W: Mullens 15 run (Breyer Morgan pass from Cook)

Third Quarter

W: Mullens 49 run (Corey Bowles pass from Cook)

W: Mullens 23 run (Morgan pass from Cook)

L: Christian Walker 37 run (Jacob Bailey pass from Wright)

Fourth Quarter

W: Mullens 4 run (run failed)


RUSHING: L: McDowell 6-22-0, Dalton Pettry 2-8-0, Drew Stover 4-8-0, Sammy Sluss 3-24-0, Christian Walker 1-34-1; W: Justin Kenneda 2-13-0, Larry Cook 7-3-0, Mike Mullens 28-290-6, Trevor Anderson 4-7-0, Matt Harless 2-10-0.

PASSING: L: Hunter Wright 6-21-137-1; W: Cook 4-14-136.

RECEIVING: L: McDowell 2-53-1, Colten Taylor 3-71-0, Deontae Acord 1-13-0; W: Justin Kenneda 2-42-0, Corey Bowles 2-94-0.

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