|OPENING WEEK OF SCIOTO VALLEY CONFERENCE FOOTBALL
incredible night as
Mustangs outscore Unioto
|Southeastern improves to 4-0
with win in home opener
Defense was optional in Williamsport Friday
night as Westfall and Unioto gave the
scoreboard a workout in a 46-34 win for the
Westfall quarterback Trent Williamson put
up incredible numbers in the win. The
sophomore signal-caller threw for over 200
yards, ran for over 200 yards, threw three
touchdowns, and ran for three more.
Unioto quarterback Brick Davis threw for
113 yards and two scores - one to Cody
Strange and one to Storm Cottrill.
Unioto found themselves down only 19-12
at the half, but a three-and-out followed by a
poor punt resulted in a Westfall score and
the shootout was on from that point forward.
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Adena 9 Zane Trace 3
Nick Ganus put the Pioneers up with a
35-yard FG early in the first half, but Adena
came up with nine defensive points in the
second quarter to post the six-point win.
Adena's Reid Hutchison led the Warriors
with 117 yards on 27 rushes.
Piketon 47 Huntington 24
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KELLOUGH'S RECAP AND SHERI
|*Adena & ZT battle in defensive struggle
*Helton leads Piketon to win over
The Southeastern Panthers finally had a chance to play in front of the home
crowd Friday night as the Panthers stayed perfect on the season with a
38-6 win over Paint Valley.
After the Southeastern defense forced a Paint Valley punt on the game's
first possession, quarterback Christian Colburn put the Panthers up with a
TD run. Adam Cottrill's PAT made it 7-0. Paint Valley answered with a
Brennan Dove TD run, but the Paint Valley PAT was no good.
On the last play of the first quarter, Colburn hooked up with Michael
Brown on a 30-yard pass play to give Southeastern a red zone chance. On
the next play - the first play of the second quarter, Cottrill scored to give
the Panthers a 13-6 lead that they would eventually take to the half.
The first play of the second half was the final punch the Panthers needed to
take control. Southeastern speedster Steven Hall took the opening kickoff
just shy of the goal line and sprinted 98 yards for the score. On the night,
Hall posted over 250 total yards.
The second half saw two Colburn TD passes and another long TD run
from Hall to complete the scoring. The win improves Southeastern to 4-0
while Paint Valley falls to 0-4.
One bright spot for Paint Valley is the improving health of Garrett Tyree.
Tyree, Paint Valley's best all-around athlete, was allowed to return in
Week 4 to punt and kick. The hope is that the senior will be released for
"full" play next week when Paint Valley travels to Westfall. Southeastern
will remain home as they welcome Adena.