Valley takes down Coal Grove 34-18

Bret Bevens, PDT Sports Writer

September 7, 2012

PDT Sports Report

Valley recovered from a opening drive touchdown from Coal Grove to notch a 34-18 win over the visitors.

Nick Arnett shared some of the offensive production with his teammates, but still rushed for 51 yards and produced four touchdowns for the Indians. One of his scores came on a 52-yard interception return.

Will Howard also rushed for 74 yards while teammate Matt Rowlins added 60 yards on a three carries.

Valley’s record is now 3-0. They will be hosting Chesepeake at Home next Friday.

CG 6 0 6 6-18

LV 7 19 0 8-34

First Quarter

CG_2 run (kick no good), 8:00.

LV_Arnett 3 run (Holbrook kick), 2:44.

Second Quarter

LV_Shope 17 run (Holbrook kick), 4:21.

LV_Arnett 52-yard interception return (kick no good), 4:00.

LV_Arnett 2 run (2 pt. conversion attempt no good), 1:54.

Third Quarter

CG_recovered onside kick attempt, Bare 2 run (2pt. conversion attempt no good), 5:18.

Fourth Quarter

LV_Arnett 2 run (Howard 2 pt. conversion), 9:19.

CG_Hogston 2 run (2 pt. conversion no good), 6:28.

Individual Statistics

RUSHING_LV, Arnett 14-51, Howard 13-74, Rawlins 3-60

DEFENSE_LV, Arnett 19 tackles 2 int. leading to 1 touch down; Shope 1 interception

Minford tops Piketon 19-14

In a battle of two, evenly matched opponents, Minford traveled to Piketon and came away 19-14 winners.

Sean Berry started the scoring for the Falcons but Isac Brabson answered with a 15-yard touchdown pass to Evan Ferguson for Piketon a minute later.

The Redstreaks went ahead on a Brabson rushing touchdown in the third quarter but Minford closed out the final quarter with a Zach Justice touchdown run and a Cody Stapleton touchdown to win it.

Minford moves to 3-0 while Piketon drops to 2-1. The Falcons will host Portsmouth while Piketon will host Westfall next week.

Minford 0 7 0 12-19

Piketon 0 6 8-14

First Quarter


Second Quarter

MI_Berry 4 run (kick good), 1:08

PI_Brabson to Ferguson 15 yd. pass, 0:03

Third Quarter

MI_Brabson 1 run (Royster 2 pt. conversion), 9:30

Fourth Quarter

MI_Justice 6 run (kick no good), 1:38

MI_Stapleton pass, 36 yd. run (kick no good), 1:03


RUSHING_PI, Royster 11-55; MI, Carter 21-146, Berry 12-90, Stapleton 6-23, Compton 3-13, Piguet 2-13

PASSING_PI, Brabson 21-23-202, TD, int; MI, Stapleton 6-13-62 TD, Justice 3-45, Ferrar 2-44, Berry 1-2

RECEIVING_PI, Ferguson 7-78, Bowman 6-53, Williams 3-23

Chillicothe shuts down West 24-7

Full game details and statistics were not available at press time.

Chillicothe Huntington handles Northwest 39-6

Northwest traveled to Chillicothe Huntington Friday night looking for their first win of 2012 but returned to McDermott empty-handed after a 39-6 loss.

Trevan Bazler led the Mohawks with 56 yards rushing while teammate Tylor Slack had 44 yards on the ground.

Northwest falls to 0-3 and will play at Notre Dame next week.

HR 14 19 6 0-39

NW 0 0 0 6-6

First Quarter

HR_Vickers 2 run (kick no good), 5:39

HR_Vickers 36 run (Vickers to Chaney2 pt. conversion good), 4:37

Second Quarter

HR_Dyer to Chaney 43 yd pass (2 pt. conversion no good), 9:42

HR_ Shoemaker 2 run (Tarvin kick good), 4:50

HR_Vickers to Dyer 63 yd. pass (kick no good), 1:26

Third Quarter

HR_Vickers to Shoemaker 55 yd pass (kick no good), 1:42

Fourth Quarter

NW_Brigner 17 yd pass to Simon (2 pt. conversion failed), 2:46

Individual Statistics

RUSHING_NW, Bazler 13-56, Slack 7-44, Wright 3-12, Meadows 2-2, Simon 1-2, Mankin 1-1, Brigner 2-0, Seaman 2-(-16); HR_185 yards

PASSING_NW, Seaman 6-13-37 int, Brigner 1-1-17 TD;HR_205-15-309

RECEIVING_NW, Burnworth 3-18, Bazler 2-13, Scarberry 1-16, Simon 1-17 TD

NW_53 plays 155 yards

Mt. Orab Western Brown tops Waverly 56-8

Waverly is likely ready to turn the page on Friday’s results as the Tigers were put away by visiting Mt. Orab Western Brown.

It took until late in the first quarter for the Broncos to set off their offensive fireworks, but a touchdown pass was the start of 44 unanswered points by Western Brown.

The Tigers’ lone score came on a 2-yard run by Amin Gilbert with six minutes remaining in the game.

“The kids hung in there but just couldn’t match their speed,” Waverly coach Rusty Wright said.

Waverly falls to 0-3 and will travel to Alexander next week.

W. Brown 7 16 14 19 - 56

Waverly 0 0 0 8 - 8

Scoring Summary:

First Quarter

WB- C Dawson 33 yd pass from Devin Wood (Justin Berkely kick good) 1:20

Second Quarter

WB- Gunnar Woodyard 3 yd run (Justin Berkely kick) 7:56

02:31 WB- Jake Lawson 20 yd run (Justin Berkely kick failed)

WB- Justin Berkely 26 yd field goal (no time specified)

Third Quarter

WB- Gunnar Woodyard 16 yd run (Justin Berkely kick) 10:53

WB- Gunnar Woodyard 1 yd run (Justin Berkely kick) 3:52

Fourth Quarter

WB- Pierce Moore 72 yd pass from Devin Wood (Justin Berkely kick) 10:35

WA - Amin Gilbert 2 yd run (Devon Rigsby rush) 06:00

WB- Austin Hass 74 yd run (Justin Berkely kick failed) 5:43

WB - Damien Hicks 25 yd run (Austin Hass pass failed) 1:15

Individual Statistics

Rushing - WB: G. Woodyard 23-135 3 TDs, A. Hass 3-94 TD, D. Wood 8-60; WA: A. Gilbert 15-104, D. Rigsby 4-40, T. Dray 5-18

Passing - WB: D. Wood 21-34 364, 2 TD; WA: T. Bolin 6-12 36

Receiving - E. Hornung 9-134, C. Dawson 5-91 TD, P. Moore 2-88 TD; WA: A. Gilbert 3-9, D. Murray 2-18

Team Statistics

Rushing: WB - 319; WA - 182

Passing WB - 364; WA - 36

Total offense: WB - 683; WA 218

Oak Hill beats Rock Hill 35-7

Full game details and statistics were not available at press time.

Chesapeake hands Symmes Valley 29-22 loss

Full game details and statistics were not available at press time.

Ironton sneaks by Gallia Academy 14-13

Full game details and statistics were not available at press time.