WEEK 3 * Football Friday Night
Adena
Washington
Court House
16
35
Huntington
0
14
Northwest
Piketon
6
49
Minford
Southeastern
38
14
Manchester
Unioto
22
21
Alexander
Westfall
14
35
Circleville
Zane Trace
14
21
Logan Elm
Paint Valley
7
42
McClain
Paint Valley's first two offensive possessions resulted in an INT and
a punt as McClain cashed both in for seven to give the Tigers  
control early. PV's only score came from freshman Mark Clifford
and senior Garrett Tyree (playing in his first action but only
place-kicking) added the PAT.
In what has been a nightmare non-conference stretch for
the SVC, Southeastern is a bright spot as the Panthers
start with a perfect 3-0 record. The blue and white will
finally get to play a home game next week when they host
Paint Valley to start SVC play.
OT
Piketon lost the turnover battle Friday night 4-0.
Three first-half turnovers led to 21 Minford points
before the break as Minford eventually led 49-0.
The Redstreaks got on the board in the final seconds
of the game when Tyler Spencer ran 43 yards for the
only Piketon touchdown.
Senior Brick Davis had a hand in all 22 Unioto points Friday
night. Down 7-0, Davis hit Storm Cottrill (75 yds) for an early
score. Down 14-7, Davis ran 50 yards for a score, and in
overtime, Unioto was down 21-14 when Davis hit Brad Morton
(10 yds) for a score to get within one at  21-20. Instead of the
PAT for the tie, Unioto went for the win and got it when Davis
found his way into the end zone one last time for a 22-21 win.
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The Warriors found themselves down 14-0 before two
minutes had clicked off the clock Friday night. One
positive that could play a key role in SVC play was the
return of running back Reid Hutchison. The junior ran
28 times for 106 yards. Kirk Yates threw for 109 yards
and made a 42-yard FG.
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Zane Trace was twice down 14 points and both times they
were able to cut it to seven. Unfortunately for the
Pioneers, they were never able to catch the Braves. Zane
Trace starts SVC play next week with a big game against
Adena.
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A much improved Huntington team battled hard
Friday night, but a fourth-quarter score for Northwest
put the Huntsmen down two scores . . . a difference
the green and white could not make up.
Circleville's defense was able to contain the Westfall
offense while their offense enjoyed a lot of success on the
ground. The Tigers opened up a 28-7 halftime lead and
rolled to the win. Westfall finishes the Pickaway County
stretch at 1-2, but will still enter next week as the "team
to beat" in the eyes of many SVC fans.
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