WEEK 10
Westfall 37
Huntington 27
Adena, Zane Trace, & Unioto all win in Week 10 as well
Trent Williamson ran the ball 36 times from his quarterback position as he gained 190 yards and a
touchdown. He also threw for 82 yards. Running back Alphonso Rice gained 88 yards on 16 runs as he
found the end zone four times.

For Huntington, Austin Dyer caught four balls for 58 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran six times
for 83 yards. Jon Mainers also scored for Huntington on a long kickoff return for a touchdown. Senior
Dylan Gragg played his final career game for Huntington, and it is believed that he finishes his career as
Huntington's all-time leading tackler.

Adena 36  Piketon 9

Piketon's Jeffrey Leist started the scoring with a 23-yard FG, but Adena went up 7-3 on a four-yard
Jarrod Cyrus TD run. Piketon answered as Stephen Royster went 76 yards for a score to go up 9-7.
Before the half, Reid Hutchison found the end zone and then added the two-point conversion to give
Adena the 15-9 advantage.

In the second half, Hutchison added two more scores and Cyrus scored again as well. Hutchison rushed
for 190 yards on the night while Cyrus added 64.
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Zane Trace 7  Southeastern 2

In a score that looks more like Coach Allen and Coach Kelley getting together in the spring, it was Zane
Trace using a first half touchdown to pull out the Week 10 win. A big Matt Marnell run of 72 yards
helped set the table for that score. A bad snap on a punt got Southeastern on the board, but then a
couple of flags kept them from adding more points. Southeastern had two touchdowns called back in the
fourth quarter. For SE, Steven Hall had 13 rushes for 53 yards.
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Unioto 35  Paint Valley 14

Unioto jumped out 14-0 on two Storm Cottrill TD runs, but Paint Valley responded with a Mark Clifford
TD run to cut the lead in half. Late in the second quarter, a big Dylan Estep run had the Bearcats
knocking on the door for another score, but a turnover allowed Unioto to go to the half with the 14-7
lead.

In the second half, it was Cottrill again as the senior took a fake punt and went 50 yards down into the
red zone to setup a score by Nate Parker. Later scores included Vanderpool to Vanderpool as John hit
Steven for a score, and then Cottrill added another run to complete the scoring. Cottrill ended the night
with 239 yards on the ground while John Vanderpool finished with 118 through the air. On defense, John
also had an INT while Steven had 10 tackles and a sack. Jordan Damron finished with 11 tackles and a
fumble recovery.
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