By Edgar Kelley
MILL?CREEK?-Austin Glaspell ran for 267 yards and four touchdowns to lead South Harrison to a 47-18 win over Tygarts Valley Friday night in non-conference action at Bulldog Field.
The Inter-Mountain photo by Angie Pritt
South Harrison’s Austin Glaspell powers down the field with the football Friday night in the Hawks’ 47-18 win over Tygarts Valley at Bulldog Field.
Ben Aylestock added 111 yards rushing for the Hawks (2-1), who finished with 428 yards on the ground.
Andrew Torress led the Bulldogs (0-3) with 93 yards rushing and two scores. Torres had touchdown runs of 51 and 34 yards in the contest.
Brandon Pritt completed 7 of 13 passes for 70 yards for Tygarts Valley. Owen Arbogast had four receptions for 27 yards, while Keighan Chewning had three grabs for 38 yards.
Torress also had an interception and three solo tackles for the Bulldogs' defense. Chewning led the way with seven solo stops, while Chris Croston had six. Timmy Sparks chipped in with five solo tackles.
Tygarts Valley will be off next week before returning to action Sept. 21 at East Hardy.
Tucker County 48, Northern (Md.) 18
ACCIDENT, Md. - Derek Nestor had 264 yards total offense and accounted for three touchdowns to lead Tucker County to a 48-18 win over Northern Friday night in non-conference action.
Nestor completed 7 of 11 passes for 181 yards and two touchdowns, and added 83 yards rushing on 16 carries and a score for the Mountain Lions (3-0).
Austin Zirk finished with 78 yards rushing and two scores for Tucker County, which stormed out to a 41-7 lead at the half.
Nathaniel Goldstein led all Mountain Lion receivers with six catches for 94 yards and a score. Tyler Snyder had two catches for 59 yards and a touchdown. Snyder also had an 81-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
Michael Adkins led Tucker County's defense with eight tackles. Marshall Whisner followed with seven stops.
The Mountain Lions will entertain Moorefield for a Potomac Valley Conference clash next Friday.
Pendleton County 26,
Pocahontas County 20
FRANKLIN?- Logan Raines had 188 yards total offense and scored two touchdowns to lead Pendleton County to a 26-20 win over Pocahontas County Friday night in Potomac Valley Conference action.
Raines finished with 77 yards rushing and 110 yards receiving for the Wildcats (2-1), who led 14-7 at the half.
Daniel Hevener completed 11 of 25 passes for 222 yards and three scores for Pendleton County.
Andrew Morrison had two touchdown passes and another score on the ground to lead the Warriors (0-3).
Pocahontas County will entertain East Hardy next Friday.
The Wildcats will play host to Fishburne Military Academy (Va.) the same night.
East Hardy 41,
AUBURN, Va. - Shawn Skovron led East Hardy past Auburn 41-3 Friday in non-conference action.
Skovron finished with 15-of-22 passing for 276 yards and three touchdowns. He also had nine carries for 22 yards and a score.
Josh Parker had six catches for 136 yards and a touchdown, while Levi Beck had 16 carries for 96 yards and two touchdowns.
Wyatt Basye had 18 tackles to lead the Cougars, who travels to Pocahontas County next Friday.
for a PVC matchup.