|ADENA WINS SHARE
Warriors just a win away from
|Warriors beat Redstreaks 40-13
Another week, another Adena win, and another huge night from Reid Hutchison. The Adena back
continued his record-book writing Friday night as the junior rushed 29 times for 309 yards. Hutchison
also scored four touchdowns as the Warriors rolled over Piketon 40-13 to clinch a share of the SVC
championship. The two-shade blue will try to win the golden ball next Friday night when they visit
For Piketon in the loss, quarterback Jamie Helton showed some incredible toughness as he kept coming
back from several big hits to still throw for 258 yards through the air. Adena's hard-hitting defense held
Piketon's Trevor McDowell to just five rushes that resulted in 25 rushing yards.
|WF HOLDS OFF
Westfall quarterback Trent
Williamson enjoyed a big night
as the sophomore helped keep
WF's postseason hopes alive
with a 37-26 win over
Huntington. Williamson threw
for 315 yards and a score while
running for another 142 yards
and two TDs. Seth Sias scored
two times on the ground.
Teammates Tim Staten and A.J.
Gifford both caught over 100
yards from Willaimson in the
win as well.
With quarterback Colton
Whitehouse forced to leave the
game due to injury, Ian Carle
stepped in for ZT and completed
nine of his 12 passes for 117
yards and three touchdowns as
ZT downed SE 34-14.. Matt
Marnell continued his fine season
in the win. Marnell rushed 24
times for 111 yards. Chris Finley
also enjoyed a nice night on the
ground running 12 times for 45
yards and a score.
Garett Tyreeâ€™s presence continued to impact PV in a positive way Friday night.
Tyree kicked a 27-yard FG, returned an INT for a score, caught an 11-yard TD, ran
four times for 78 yards, and dominated field position with several great punts as
Paint Valley won for the second time in as many weeks beating Unioto 38-13.
Senior Brennan Dove also found the end zone twice in the win while freshman
Mark Clifford ran for 121 yards and a score. Quarterback Eli Barker threw for 107
yards and a TD.
For Unioto, quarterback Brick Davis threw for 218 yards and two scores with the first
coming to Storm Cottrill and the second to Dakota Davis. Defensively for the Tanks, Cody
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