The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

November 11, 2012

CAVALIERS ADVANCE

Parker leads Greenbrier West to 48-6 win over Meadow Bridge

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FAIRLEA —

Greenbrier West 48, Meadow Bridge 6

MB (8-3)    0    6    0    0    —    6

GW (10-1)    28    6    6    8    —    48

First Quarter

GW: Tyler Parker 3 run (run failed), 8:44.

GW: Josh Martin 50 pass from Malik Boatwright (Boatwright run), 5:58.

GW: Parker 11 run (run failed), 3:31.

GW: Parker 24 run (Parker run), 1:15.

Second Quarter

GW: Cory Cox 9 run (run failed), 9:37.

MB: Jake Parker 22 run (run failed), :28.4.

Third Quarter

GW: Boatwright 41 run (run failed), 1:01.

Fourth Quarter

GW: Boatwright 9 run (Boatwright run), 9:45.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — MB: Parker 38-194, Ryan Church 3-6, Cole Porter 2-3, Shane Harless 1-(-2). GW: Boatwright 17-99, Parker 13-94, Cox 4-57, Jordan Grimmitt 3-20, Logan Brown 6-20, Chase McClung 1-5, Garrett Smith 1-5, Jordan Tincher 1-1.

PASSING — MB: Porter 0-6-3-0. GW: Boatwright 2-4-0-59, Mikey Goddard 0-2-1-0.

RECEIVING — MB: none. GW: Martin 2-59.

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