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Timberwolves take down Nitro

Oct. 19, 2013 @ 01:34 AM

NITRO, W.Va. — Spring Valley quarterback Tyler Brown completed two touchdown passes to Trevor Maynard in Friday’s 48-21 football victory over the Nitro Wildcats.

Spring Valley (6-2) was rated No. 13 this week in Class AAA. Nitro fell to 1-6.

The Timberwolves scored four times in the first quarter, including Brown’s 33-yard throw to Maynard.

Colby Webb scored twice in the game, including a 6-yard TD run. Dylan Lageman added a 5-yard TD run and Logan Barnett went in from 1-yard away for a 28-0 bulge after one period.
Brown hit Maynard with a 1-yard scoring toss that made it 35-0 in the second quarter.

Spring Valley is back at home next week to face Cabell Midland.

POINT PLEASANT 31, RAVENSWOOD 21: Point Pleasant (7-0) could move up one position to No. 2 in the Class AAA ratings after its victory and Cabell Midland beating No. 2 George Washington.

Cody Mitchell led the Big Blacks on the ground with 19 rushes for 91 yards. Mitchell carried for touchdowns of 11 and 5 yards in a 14-0 start.

Aden Yates completed 15 of 18 pass attempts for 143 yards with a 35-yard touchdown pass to Chase Walton in the second quarter. Colin Peal kicked a 27-yard field goal that stretched the lead to 24-7 at halftime.

Walton carried 17 times for 64 yards while catching seven passes for 84 yards.

Cody McDaniel provided some insurance with an 8-yard touchdown run before Class AA Ravenswood (4-3) closed the gap.

The Big Blacks play next week at Shady Spring.
 
RAVENSWOOD    0 7 7 7 -- 21
POINT PLEASANT    7 17 7 0 -- 31
PP -- Mitchell 11 run (Peal kick)
PP -- Mitchell 5 run (Peal kick)
R -- Crews 46 run (Cunningham kick)
PP -- Walton 35 pass from Aden Yates (Peal kick)
PP -- Peal 27 field goal
PP -- McDaniel 8 run (Peal kick)
R -- Burgess 68 run (Cunningham kick)
R -- R. Jelich 1 run (Cunningham kick)


 

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