Week 2
Week 4 of 2008 (click to look back) it was Huntington 21-14 over Unioto.
Thirty-seven Football Friday Nights later, the Huntsmen have put a tough
stretch behind them with a 56-6 win over Manchester. Brice Vickers ran for
three scores and hit Logan Chaney on another. Austin Dyer scored a
rushing TD, Jacob Kellough had a pick-six, and Brad Fraley scored as
Huntington led 50-0 at halftime. David Calton took the second half kickoff
all the way back to cap off the scoring.
PV & Piketon both improve to 2-0 on young season
Williamsburg took the first play from scrimmage 74 yards for a TD, but the rest of the way was all
Bearcats. The Paint Valley rushing attack was way too much for the Wildcats as Kyle Kottonbrook was
just shy of the 200 yard mark while scoring four times. The Bearcats were up 27-13 at halftime and went
on to win 52-13.

At Vinton County, Isaac Brabson threw for 239 yards and three touchdowns - two to Colten Williams
and one to Evan Ferguson - as the Redstreaks rolled to a 26-12 win.
Adena rebounds after tough, overtime loss in Week 1
The Adena defense was outstanding as they posted a first-half shutout to lead 21-0 at halftime. The
two-shade blue eventually led 34-6, and a late River Valley TD made the final score 34-12 Adena.
It was Logan Elm 6-0 after one quarter of play.
Westfall then led 12-6 at halftime. Logan Elm looked
like they were going to pull away in the second half as
they opened up a 27-12 advantage. Westfall scored 15
unanswered to win it 28-27.
Southeastern, Unioto, & ZT all fall in Week 2
Unioto's John Vanderpool scored twice - one offense, one defense - but it was McClain recording the
31-12 win.  Zane Trace was down 21-0, but the Pioneers scored on a Truman Love run and a Hinty to
Swackhammer pass to cut it to 21-13. That is as close as it would get as Amanda pulled away for the
31-13 win. Lastly, Southeastern made the long trip to Symmes Valley as the Panthers lost 67-32.