2011 SCIOTO VALLEY CONFERENCE FOOTBALL
Week 5
Adena 35
Zane Trace 7
Piketon 49
Huntington 26
Paint Valley 21
Southeastern 6
Westfall 26
Unioto 14
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Jarrod Cyrus scored two
first half touchdowns
with the second coming
after a nice kickoff return
from Fletcher Anderson.

Sandwiched in between
the two Adena scores
came a Brandon Cox 12-
yard TD run – a score
setup by a big Matt
Marnell run. Zane Trace
enjoyed a brief 7-6 lead
before Cyrus scored his
second touchdown.

Adena grabbed complete
control of the game
before halftime when Reid
Hutchison took the snap
out of the wildcat
formation and hit normal
quarterback Kirk Yates
for a 32-yard scoring pass
play. The Warriors then
took the kickoff after the
break, and Hutchison
started in at his normal
position of running back.
On the night, Hutchison
carried it 35 times for 242
yards and two scores.
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Piketon and Huntington
put up a lot of points in
this one. Piketon running
back Stephen Royster
rushed 31 times for 222
yards and three
touchdowns. Quarterback
Isaac Brabson was very
efficient Friday night.
Brabson completed eight
of his ten passes for 85
yards. He also rushed for
66 yards and two scores.

For Huntington, Brice
Vickers continues his fine
season. Vickers threw for
156 yards and three
touchdowns – two to
Jon Mainers and one to
David Shoemaker. Austin
Long also added a one-
yard score.
After Westfall scored on its
opening drive, the
Mustangs turned it over
five times in the first half.
Unfortunately for Unioto,
the Shermans were unable
to cash in for points.
Unioto did score once to
take a 7-6 lead at the half.
A big key to Unioto’s
success was the ground
game. Storm Cottrill
moved from quarterback to
running back as he carried
it 30 times for 110 yards
and a score. Jon
Vanderpool, now under
center for Unioto, rushed
20 times for 92 yards and a
touchdown. Vanderpool
also recorded two INTs on
defense.

Other defensive standouts
for Unioto included Dakota
Davis with four tackles and
two interceptions. Jordan
Damron had eight tackles
and two sacks while
teammate Steven
Vanderpool had six tackles,
a sack, and a fumble
recovery.

Westfall took better care of
the ball in the second half
as they put 20 points on
the board to take control of
the game. Taylor Salmons
rushed seven times for 63
yards and a touchdown.
Trent Williamson did
struggle with four
interceptions, but the junior
signal-caller found a way
to lead his team to a win
with 117 rushing yards and
two scores and 142
through the air and a
touchdown pass to Tim
Staten.
Sophomore Mark
Clifford carried it 17
times for 113 yards and
three touchdowns, and
quarterback Eli Barker
threw for 99 yards and
rushed for 67 more as
Paint Valley beat
Southeastern 21-6.

The Paint Valley defense
was able to bottle up the
Southeastern speed as
the Bearcats pitched a
first half shutout to lead
6-0 at halftime.
Southeastern added a
score in the third quarter
to tie the game at 6-6,
but PV added two fourth
quarter scores to win it.

Southeastern quarteback
Dustin Bothman scored
Southeastern's only
touchdown on a third
quarter scoring run.