WEEK 7 RECAP
23 & Counting!
The Westfall Mustangs
continue to march
towards another SVC
championship, and their
golden run has them
approaching some league
history as well. Friday's
49-28 win over Adena
marks the Mustangs
23rd straight SVC win,
leaving them just two shy
of PV's (early 90's)
record of 25 straight.

The Westfall defense
continues to struggle with
the run as Adena's
Buddy Barnes rushed for
275 yards on 27
carriers; however, every
opposing defense
continues to struggle with
containing Westfall's
offense as well. Cain,
Cline, and company had
another amazing night on
the field and on the stat
sheet.

Quarterback D.J. Cain
threw for 216 yards and
three scores and ran for
another 90 yards and a
touchdown while Ben
Cline rushed for 88
yards on just five carries
and two scores, plus the
senior all-around star
caught a 55-yard TD
pass. Westfall's Bryant
Gibson also scored twice.
Piketon & ZT win to stay one back of WF
The Piketon Redstreaks continue to score at an
incredible pace. Friday night at Southeastern, Piketon
scored 42 points which was good enough for a 42-9 win.
The victory moves them to 3-1 in the league as they
remain one game back of Westfall. The Redstreaks will
need a Week 8 win at Adena to set up a showdown with
Westfall in Week 9 at Piketon.

Quarterback Kenny Helton continued his fine season as
the Redstreak signal-caller completed 12 of 17 for 221
yards and three scores. On the ground, Piketon was led
by Tyler Tackett with 111 yards on eight carries and
Keiffer Reed added 92 yards.

Zane Trace also remains just one game back. The
Pioneers bounced back from last week's loss at Westfall,
by blowing out Unioto 52-0. This game was tied at zero
at the end of one, but then the red, white, and blue
exploded over the final three quarters for the comfortable
win.

Zane Trace's Jordie Wonderleigh found the end zone
three times in the first three quarters and Kirk Maxwell
threw touchdowns to Gabe Haynes and Casey Wrightsel.
Haynes also started the second half by taking the opening
kickoff back 82-yards for a score. Wonderleigh, who
found some great running room behind the blocking of
Ben Jones and Daniel Stafford  had 155 yards on the
ground while Maxwell was 7-8 for 146 yards. In the
fourth quarter, Chris Finley scored his first two varsity
touchdowns.

On the defensive side of the ball, freshman Jerrod Collins
recorded eight tackles while D.J. Merriman had a sack
and seven tackles. Evan Dodd also had an interception.
Paint Valley wins easy to continue push for playoff spot
Big night for Workman and the Bearcat passing attack
Paint Valley senior quarterback Matt Workman
threw two first half touchdowns to Garett Tyree, one
to Wes Parker, and another to Mike Hamilton, who
made a great diving grab, to lead Paint Valley to a
34-0 halftime advantage. The Huntington defense
did a decent job on Colton Morris and the PV
running game; however, when the Bearcats moved
Morris to the slot and started using four and five
wide, the green and white had no answer for the PV
air attack. Morris still managed 166 rushing yards on
20 carries, and the senior star also caught four
passes for 98 yards. Workman ended the night 8 of
10 for 192 yards to go with those before mentioned
four TD passes.

Paint Valley is now 5-2 overall as they continue to
push for a playoff spot. The Bearcats return home
next week for homecoming against Unioto.
Huntington, now 1-6, will travel to Westfall.
Look ahead to Week 8
"STAT SHEET
STUFFERS"
Barnes (A): 27 carries,
275 yards, 2 TDs
Helton (P): 12-17, 221
yards, 3 TDs
Cain (WF): over 300
total yards & four total
TDs
Cline (WF): 100-plus
total yards and three total
TDs
Workman (PV): 4 TD
passes
Morris (PV): 264 total
yards, TD
Wonderleigh (ZT): 155
yards, 3 TDs
PV 49
Huntington 0

Unioto 0
Zane Trace 52

Piketon 42
SE 9

WF 49
Adena 28