Williamson & Cantrell both find the end
zone three times in WF win
Thanks to two big plays from Paint Valley's Wes Parker, the Bearcats found themselves down just two at
14-12 at halftime despite running only 13 plays to Westfall's 41 snaps. This stat, however, ended up
playing a role as the Mustangs went to work on the ground and took the game over in the second half.
Jake Cantrell needed just 12 carries to gain 175 yards and three touchdowns while quarterback Vinnie
Williamson rushed 26 times for 140 and three touchdowns. Williamson was also 10 of 18 for 104 through
the air.

The two before mentioned big plays from Parker came on a first half kick return for a score as well as a
big run from scrimmage. Parker finished with 134 yards on just nine touches, but left the game early due
to injury.
P i o n e e r s    P r e v a i l
Piketon put it in the end zone with less than a minute to play
to cut the Zane Trace lead to one at 14-13. The Redstreaks
then rolled the dice with an attempt to win it, but Gabe
Haynes was there to knock it away.

Zane Trace started the game with a 13-play drive that ended
with a Kirk Maxwell to Haynes touchdown. Piketon
answered with a 10-play drive of their own giving a the ZT
defense a large dose of Tyler Tackett - who finished the
drive with a two yard TD run.

Then the defenses settled in and took the game over for the
most part. The only other points scored before Piketon's late
TD came at the end of the first half. Maxwell and the
Pioneers marched down the field in the two-minute drill, and
after a flag that was originally thrown for intentional
grounding was picked up, Maxwell took advantage hitting
Haynes for an 8-yard score with just eight ticks on the clock.
The Pioneers took a 14-7 advantage into the half.

On the night, Maxwell ran 22 times for 64 yards and he
threw for another 122 yards and two touchdowns. Haynes,
who caught both scores, caught a total of seven balls for 73
yards. Ben Jones was held to 29 yards on 13 carries, but
Chris Finley provided 29 yards on just six carries. Jones did
record 12 tackles on defense as did Dallas Cochenour.

In the loss, Tyler Tackett ran 23 times for 111 yards and a
score. Quarterback Jordan Miller rushed 12 times for 60
yards and he also threw that late TD.
Huge night
for Cyrus in
Unioto win
On a wet night that made throwing tough to do, Coach
Detillion turned to Jarrod Cyrus and the sophomore
delivered 209 yards on 28 carries. Cyrus also found the end
zone twice. Quarterback Quentin Detillion scored the other
Unioto touchdown.

On defense, Brick Davis led the shutout effort with eight
tackles while teammate Cody Strange - who rushed for 41
yards on 10 rushes on offense - also made eight tackles to
lead the defense.
Adena survives six
turnovers to record
comeback win over
SE in Frankfort
John Johnson ran for 150 yards and a
score while Reid Hutchison added 82 yards
and a touchdown on the ground and a big
71-yard scoring catch and run through the
air to help lift the two-shade blue to a home
win over Southeastern.

Southeastern led this game at 13-7 and
then again at 19-14, but a late Adena score
and two-point coversion lifted the Warriors
to the 22-19 comeback victory.

Adena welcomes Paint Valley next week
while Southeastern remains on the road for
the fourth straight week as they travel to
Westfall to battle the Mustangs.
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