|TWO FROM GOLD
Pioneers travel to Southeastern
|Piketon & Westfall look to stay in race
|Paint Valley at Unioto rounds out Week 9 SVC Schedule
|BELOW ARE THIS WEEK'S PREVIEW HEADLINES FROM EARLIER THIS WEEK
|ZANE TRACE'S MAGIC NUMBER REACHES ONE
The Pioneers had little trouble at Southeastern Friday night as their 47-0 win over
the Panthers leaves them just one win shy of a perfect SVC season. That one win
will be on the line next Friday when the Pioneers welcome Paint Valley. In
Friday's win, Kirk Maxwell threw for a score to Gabe Haynes and ran for another
while Chris Finley, Ben Jones, and Evan Dodds all found the end zone as well.
Colton Whitehouse also added a pick-six that covered 90 yards.
|ADENA'S GROUND GAME DOMINATES CLOCK IN WEEK 9 WIN
The Warriors running attack continues to be too much for SVC defenses. The
lastest victim is the league's top defense in Piketon. It wasn't so much the points
allowed in Piketon's 21-14 defeat, but instead, it was the inability of the Piketon
defense to get off the field. Piketon ran only 32 (Adena had 58 snaps) plays Friday
night as Adena's Collin Detty rushed 15 times for 102 yards and John Johnson
carried it 28 times for 111 yards.
In the loss for Piketon, quarterback Jordan Miller rushed six times for 82 yards.
The loss takes Piketon at of the SVC title chase.
|BEARCATS ENJOY ANOTHER BIG OFFENSIVE WEEK IN WIN OVER
Wes Parker and his Paint Valley Bearcats had things working early and often
Friday night at Unioto. Parker touched it 18 times for a total of 247 rushing yards
and four touchdowns. Jeremyah Tennant also found the end zone twice while Adam
Cooper scored as well. Paint Valley ends its season at Zane Trace where they will
try to keep the Pioneers from winning the gold ball.
|MUSTANGS WIN TO STAY IN TITLE CHASE
The Westfall Mustangs stayed in the SVC title chase Friday night with a 31-0 win
at Huntington. Westfall will now need to defeat Piketon in Week 10 and get some
help from Paint Valley over at Zane Trace to share the title with the Pioneers.