2011 SCIOTO VALLEY CONFERENCE FOOTBALL
Week 6
Adena 47
Southeastern 12
Piketon 32
Zane Trace 19
Unioto 41
Huntington 12
Westfall 35
Paint Valley 14
Reid Hutchison rushed 29
times for 175 yards as
Adena handed the ball to
10 different people for
over 300 yards rushing.

Adena also showed some
balance as QB Kirk Yates
completed five of six
passes for 123 yards and
a touchdown.

Southeastern's two scores
came on a big pass play of
over 80 yards as well as a
kickoff return.
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Isaac Brabson threw for
226 yards and ran for
another 78 yards. He had
a hand in three Piketon
scores.

Up just 7-0, Piketon took
control in the second
quarter outscoring Zane
Trace 18-7. Big plays in
that stretch included a
47-yard TD pass play
from Brabson to Farmer
as well as a TD pass of
Brabson to Williams.
Brabson also added a 39
yard TD run.
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Paint Valley's defense
contained the
high-powered Westfall
offense for three quarters,
but Westfall proved to be
too much in the fourth
quarter.
Up just 21-14
entering the final quarter,
the Mustangs scored 14
points to pull away.

Paint Valley enjoyed leads
of 7-0 and 14-7 in the
first half before trailing
21-14 at halftime.

The big stat in this one was
total plays. Westfall ran 70
plays while PV had only 45.

The Bearcats lost three
second half fumbles.

WF's Trent Williamson had
385 total yards (132 rush,
253 pass). He ran for three
touchdowns.

PV's Mark Clifford had
64 yards rushing on 16
rushes. Eli Barker threw
for 92 yards. He
completed five of 10
passes on the night.
Unioto went to the ground
early and often Friday night
as the Shermans took
advantage of multiple
Huntington miscues to
score the game's first 34
points. Storm Cottrill
scored Unioto's first three
touchdowns. Dakota Davis
and Cole Murray added
defensive scores in the first
half and Davis later added a
rushing TD.

Huntington's offense -
which only had about four
or five snaps through the
first 16 minutes of the
game, finally got it going
late in the second quarter.
On the night, quarterback
Brice Vickers was 15 of 28
for 145 yards and two
touchdowns.
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