Week 4 H.S. Football Roundup

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — News and notes from the fourth week of the high school football season in West Virginia.

Class AAA

University 17, No. 3 Wheeling Park 14: John Coleman’s 35-yard field goal as time expired allowed the Hawks to claim a thrilling road win.

Patriots’ quarterback Aiden Davis threw a pair of touchdowns to Mykel Davis in defeat.

No. 12 Martinsburg 26, H.D. Woodson 12:

No. 13 Spring Mills 26, No. 9 Musselman 3: Max Anderson rushed for two touchdowns and passed for 119 yards and a score, while the Cardinals’ defense delivered in a big way to help Spring Mills roll to a win over the Applemen.

No. 16 Hurricane 48, Spring Valley 35: Behind Noah Vellaithambi’s 258 rushing yards and five touchdowns, the Redskins bounced back from their first loss this season.

The Timberwolves’ Jalyn Abercrombie accounted for three touchdowns in the loss.


Class AA

No. 1 North Marion 35, No. 6 Brooke 6: Aaron Hoffman rushed for 151 yards on 16 carries as the Huskies improved to 3-0. Casey Minor passed for 195 yards and he tossed a touchdown to Brock Martin. Minor also ran for four scores. Martin caught 6 passes for 108 yards.

No. 2 Philip Barbour 42, No. 10 Liberty Harrison 41: Cameron Bennett hauled in the game-winning touchdown pass to prolong the Colts’ unbeaten start to the season.

Bennett also returned a kickoff for a touchdown, as did Liberty’s Jenson Dodd. The Mountaineers scored a late touchdown and elected to go for two and the win, but their pass play failed.

No. 4 Roane County 34, No. 14 Lewis County 0: Brandon Richardson rushed for 155 yards and two touchdowns and the Raiders ran for 311 yards in a convincing win over the Minutemen.

No. 11 Winfield 26, Wayne 21: Easton Princeton threw two touchdowns and rushed for 136 yards and the Generals’ defense delivered to help Winfield hold off the Pioneers.

No. 6 Scott 68, No. 12 Point Pleasant 20: Matt Frye passed for 429 yards and four touchdowns and Preston Cooper rushed for an additional four scores as the Skyhawks racked up 574 total yards in a convincing victory.

No. 15 Chapmanville 44, No. 13 Nitro 43: Robert Cook ran in a two-point conversion with no time remaining following Jeremy Collins’ 3-yard touchdown run, lifting the Tigers to a thrilling victory in a shootout against the Wildcats.


Class A

No. 1 Williamstown 67, Ritchie County 8: Landon Dodrill rushed for four touchdowns, Lynken Joy added two and Maxwell Molessa added a 66-yard touchdown run as the Yellowjackets rolled by the Rebels to remain unbeaten.

Wheeling Central 47, No. 4 Midland Trail 6: The Maroon Knights handed the Patriots their first loss this season. Midland Trail elected to play with heavy hearts after one of its players, Damon Mooney, passed away Tuesday.

No. 10 Greenbrier West 59, Buffalo 0: Jake Pate rushed for three touchdowns and Cole Vandall threw for three scores while the Cavaliers recorded a second straight shutout.

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