The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

September 7, 2013

Roundup: Oak Hill downs Musselman 48-35

(Continued)

INWOOD — Princeton 32, Bluefield 29

PRINCETON – The Princeton Tigers fought back from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit Friday night to hang a loss on county rival Bluefield, 32-29, before a capacity crowd at Anne S. Hunnicutt Stadium.

Princeton (2-0) running back Tahj Sho-Johnson followed up his 147-yard performance last week by gaining 199 yards on 31 carries.

Bluefield (1-1) quarterback R.J. Bourne surprised the Tigers defense with 96 rushing yards on nine attempts.

But his final rush, from the Princeton 1 yard line, was stuffed by the Tigers defense, setting off a wild celebration from the home fans.

Princeton 32, Bluefield 29

B (1-1)    14    8    0    7    —    29

P (2-0)    6    13    0    13    —    32

First Quarter

Blfd – D.J. Stewart 27 run (Francesco Desiderio kick), 7:56

Pctn – Jordan Jones 4 run (kick failed), 1:47

Blfd – Stewart 18 run (Desiderio kick), 0:38.3

Second Quarter

Pctn – Zen Clements 19 pass from Jay Palmer (Tahj Sho-Johnson kick), 9:35

Pctn – Sho-Johnson 68 run (kick failed), 3:22

Blfd – D.J. Edwards 6 run (Stewart run), 0:11.4

Fourth Quarter

Blfd – R.J. Bourne 2 run (Desiderio kick), 11:32

Pctn – Clements 27 pass from Palmer (run failed), 7:52

Pctn – Sho-Johnson 1 run (Sho-Johnson kick), 1:26

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