Wirt County 45,
Doddridge County 15
ELIZABETH - Wyatt Ford's 21-yard touchdown catch from David Lipscomb put Doddridge County on the board first here Friday night at Wilson-Eismon Field, but it was all Wirt County after that as the Tigers roared past the Bulldogs, 45-15, to secure a homecoming victory.
Cody Ferguson, who had a game-high 117 yards rushing, scored on TD runs of 10 and 11 yards in a span of 2:47 in the second quarter to give the Tigers (3-1) the lead for good.
JT Stephens' 21-yard touchdown catch from Josh Trembly allowed the Tigers, who play host to Parkersburg Catholic next Friday, to take a 21-7 cushion into intermission.
Trembly added a 2-yard TD run in the third and Jake Linville's 18-yard scoring romp made it 35-7. Chaz Moore then booted a 28-yard field goal for a 38-7 orange and black advantage.
Linville, who finished with 79 yards while teammate Damian Rhodes rushed for 73 yards, scored his second six-pointer of the night - this time from the 5 - to give Wirt County a 45-7 lead with 7:16 left in the contest.
Ford scored with four seconds left and Jarrod Sandy hauled in the two-point conversion pass from David Lipscomb to set the final score. Ford rushed 21 times for 78 yards.
Wahama 47, Belpre 20
MASON - Wahama rolled up 420 yards on the ground and jumped out to a 35-7 halftime cushion here Friday night as the host White Falcons improved to 4-0 following a 47-20 victory against Belpre.
It was 16-0 White Falcons before Belpre got on the board with a 76-yard touchdown pass from Tavian Miller to Cody Martin. However, Kane Roush returned the kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown and Wahama, which visits Waterford next Friday night, never looked back.
Roush, who had a game-high 149 yards rushing on just five attempts, also added TD runs of 53 and 45 yards. Wahama quarterback Trenton Gibbs rushed for 111 yards while Zach Wamsley added 117 stripes and scored three touchdowns. Wamsley, who had a 25-yard field goal, scored on TD runs of 6, 22 and 7 yards.
Golden Eagle Manny Tullius led the visitors with 105 yards rushing on 14 attempts and that included a 51-yard scoring run for the final points of the contest with 11 seconds remaining in the third quarter. Belpre's other touchdown came on a 38-yard reception by Nate Teeters from Miller, who finished 11 of 29 for 217 yards.
Belpre, now 1-3 on the campaign, returns to action next Friday when Federal Hocking comes to town.
Federal Hocking 14, Southern 7
RACINE, Ohio -Federal Hocking quarterback Kyle Jackson hooked up with Roman Casey for two touchdown passes as the Lancers defeated Southern, 14-7 on Friday night.
Federal Hocking, which improved to 3-1 and will travel to Belpre next Friday, allowed just 97 yards of total offense to Southern (1-3).
Magnolia 35, River 21
NEW MARTINSVILLE -Two ballcarriers gained more than 100 yards as Magnolia upended River 35-21 on Friday night.
Stephen Rogalski led the Blue Eagles to their third straight win after gaining 108 yards on 11 carries. The two-time all-stater also returned a punt 70 yards for a touchdown. Teammate Kage Rhode contributed 102 yards on nine attempts and scored a touchdown.
After River tied the game at 7 on a Cody Caldwell 61-yard touchdown pass to Kameron Brown early in the second quarter, Rhode returned the ensuing kickoff to the Pilots' 5. Two plays later, Keller scored his second rushing touchdown of the game.
Following a River turnover later in the second period, Rhode scored from 6 yards out and Clemens Raitmayr added one of his five extra point conversions to put Magnolia in front 21-7 with 33 seconds left before intermission.
Madonna 49, Fort Frye 6
WEIRTON, W.Va. -Madonna quarterback Ross Comis threw for 167 yards and gained another 127 yards on the ground as Madonna defeated Fort Frye 49-6 on Friday.
Comis scored on touchdown runs of 9, 43 and 1 yards, while also completing a 43-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter.
Fort Frye's only touchdown occurred at the 8:24 mark of the second quarter when Chandler Lang hooked up with Terren Huck on a 6-yard completion to cut the Madonna lead to 14-6.
Spencer Lang led the Cadets (2-2) with 40 yards rushing on 12 carries.
Roane County 15, Webster County 8
UPPER GLADE, W.Va. -John Ash scored from 1 yard out with 53 seconds remaining in regulation to lift Roane County past Webster County 15-8 on Friday night.
Ash scored on a 10-yard run with 11:30 remaining in the third quarter and Hunter Bradley added the point after to put Roane County (2-2) in front 7-0.
Webster answered almost immediately as Jake Phayer completed a 47-yard scoring strike to Dalton Davis with 9:15 showing in the third period. Phayer added the two-point conversion run to put Webster County (1-3) in front 8-7.
Luke Scott led Roane County with 71 yards rushing on 10 carries, while Ash added 55 yards on 11 attempts. Bradley finished 14 of 20 passing for 142 yards.
Wayne 84, Ravenswood 42
RAVENSWOOD -Defending Class AA state champion Wayne erupted for 44 first-quarter points and defeated Ravenswood 84-42 on Friday night.
Wayne (3-0) opened the game scoring five straight touchdowns before Ravenswood (2-1) finally dented the scoreboard on Devan Cruz's 44-yard touchdown run with 28 seconds remaining in the first quarter. Cruz finished with 122 yards rushing on 15 carries.
For Wayne, which established a 63-13 advantage by intermission, Brandon Spurlock needed just five carries to finish with 110 yards, while Chandler Frye added 73 yards on 10 attempts.
Gallia Academy 63, Marietta 13
MARIETTA - It was a long night for the Marietta High football team as the Tigers fell to Gallia Academy 63-13 Friday at Don Drumm Stadium.
Gallia did most of its damage on big plays, as it scored seven of its nine touchdowns on plays of 20 yards or longer.
Wade Jarrell led the Blue Devils with 86 yards on 9 carries and three touchdowns. Jarrell was also 5-8 passing for 156 yards and two scores.
For Marietta, Anthony Kimbrough was 24-44 passing for 248 yards and two scores. Chance Wright had a big day receiving with 14 catches for 124 yards and a touchdown. Quinton Coffield also had 4 catches for 87 yards and a score. Kimbrough was the Tigers' leading rusher with 23 yards on seven carries. Will Cogswell had a sack while Eddie Kimbrough had two tackles for losses.
St. Marys 64, Tyler Consolidated 20
KIDWELL - Tyler Consolidated kept it close for a while, but St. Marys just had too much here Friday night as the Blue Devils rolled to a 64-20 victory against the host Silver Knights.
Alex Doak had three touchdown receptions from Hunter Lemasters to account for all of Tyler Consolidated's touchdowns.
David Gray, who had 21 carries for 138 yards, had touchdown runs of 2, 6 and 24 yards for the Blue Devils.
Monroe Central 15, Caldwell 8