Week 8 Results create incredible stage for Week 9
Colton Morris, PV: 22 rushes for 284 yards,
3 catches for 109 yards, 5 total touchdowns
Kenny Helton, Piketon: 205 yards, 3 TDs
Jordan Elam, SE: over 250 total yards
D.J. Cain, WF: 9-10, 235 yards, 3 TDs
Buddy Barnes, Adena: 27 carries for 182 yards
- also had an INT (return for TD) on defense
Caleb Southworth, Piketon: 12 catches for
197 yards and 3 TDs
Jordie Wonderleigh, Zane Trace: 22 rushes,
239 yards, and three scores
Hobey Cottrell, Unioto: over 50 total yards w/
two fumble recoveries and an INT for a TD
Piketon gets out of Frankfort with one-point win; Redstreaks to host WF next week
The Westfall Mustangs had little
trouble with Huntington Friday
night. WF jumped out to a 42-0
lead at the break and went on to
win 42-20. This win sets up the
big showdown next week when
WF heads south to Piketon.
Once again Adena's ground game was more than their opponent's defense could handle;
however, once again it was Adena's defense that had no answer for their opponent's
high-powered attack. Last week it was Westfall that basically just outscored Adena, and
Friday night it was the SVC's top-ranked offense in Piketon that exploded for a huge night
to secure a 42-41 win. After Piketon started the year 0-2 and 1-3, the Redstreaks have
won four in a row to put themselves playing at home next week with a chance to jump in
the thick of this year's conference title chase.
Unioto provides early scare for Bearcats, but PV
regroups in second half for 47-37 win
All year long the Unioto Shermans have played well
with some good teams for one or two quarters only to
see themselves run out of gas in the second half. Friday
night in Bainbridge the Shermans had plans of crashing
homecoming weekend as they jumped out to a 24-21
halftime advantage; however, the still playoff hopeful
Bearcats regrouped at the break, and Paint Valley
found a way to comeback and win 47-37.

Colt Morris was close to 400 total yards as the senior
scored five times to lead the Bearcats. PV overcame
five fumbles to still score 47 points in the victory. PV
will host ZT on senior night next week.
Zane Trace beats SE to stay even with Piketon and one back of WF
The league's top defense gave up more than their average in
the first half Friday night to allow SE to stay within 10 at
30-20, but the ZT defense allowed only six second half points
as the red, white, and blue rolled to a 57-26 win. ZT stays
within one game of WF, and they will need a win against PV
next week, as well as a Piketon win against WF, to get back
into the title picture.