Friday Scores & Stats

Powell Valley 21 Lebanon 0

Powell Valley traveled to Lebanon and came away with win #34 in a row, but it wasn't easy as the Vikings came away with a hard earned 21-6 win. The Vikings scored first as they took off on a 94 yard drive that ended when tackle Doug Gibson snatched a Derrick Clark fumble out of mid-air and raced 37 yards to the end zone for a 7-0 lead as JT Wells added the PAT. Lebanon cut the lead to 7-6 when Joey Crabtree bulled over from 9 yards away after a big 29 yard pass on 3rd and long kept the drive alive. That drive would be the last Pioneer scoring threat though as the PV defense shut them down after that. The 2nd and 3rd quarters were scoreless, but it was evident the Pioneers were wearing down, and in the 4th quarter PV controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. Clark capped a drive as he bulldozed in from 12 yards out to make it 14-6. After a Scott Williams interception return was nullified by a penalty, the Vikings got the ball back and Wells hit Travis Maddux on a 2 yard TD pass to make it a 21-6 game. Lebanon's final shot ended when LB Michael Stacy picked up a fumble and returned it to the Pioneer 1 yard line, where PV killed the clock by taking a knee to end the game. Josh Callahan led the Vikings with 161 yards on the ground while Clark added 71. PV moves to 6-0 on the year and will travel to J.J.Kelly next week.

Powell Valley    7  0  0  14   21
Lebanon          6  0  0   0    6
                                                 PV             L
PV-Gibson 37 run(Wells kick)      1st downs      16            10
L-Crabtree 9 run(kick fail)       Rushing       43-258       35-122
PV-Clark 12 run(Wells kick)       Passing        69            57
PV-Maddux 2 pass from Wells       Passes        6-9-0         3-11-1
(Wells kick)                      Total          327           179
                                  Fumbles        2-0           2-2
                                  Punts          3-48          5-36
                                  Penalties      6-60          6-60

Clintwood 42 Richlands 13

The Clintwood Greenwave made short work of visiting Richlads as the Wave raced to a 35-7 lead after 3 quarters and cruised to a 42-13 win. After a scoreless 1st quarter Justin Hamilton picked off a Richlands pass and darted 31 yards to a TD for a 7-0 lead as Brandon Meade added the PAT. Later in the quarter Jason Mullins took a pass from Meade and raced into the end zone from 45 yards away for a 14-0 lead. Richlands got briefly back into it when Travis Brown scored on a 2 yard run to make it 14-7, but Hamilton put Clintwood back up 20-7 as he scored on a 31 yard run just before the half. In the 3rd quarter QB Dan Linkous scored on a 9 yard run, and Justin Hamilton iced the game with a 55 yard TD jaunt to make it 35-7 after 3 quarters. In the 4th, BJ Davis made it 42-7 with a 22 yard scoring run, and Richlands closed the scoring with another Brown TD run of 1 yard. Clintwood moves to 5-1 on the year, and has a huge non district game next weel at Gate City.

Clintwood    0  20  15  7    42
Richlands    0   7   0  6    13
                                                       R         C
C-Hamilton 31 int ret(Meade kick)       1st downs      10        11
C-Mullins 45 pass from Meade(Meade kick)Rushing      50-177    42-285
R-Brown 2 run(Addington kick)           Passing        0         90
C-Hamilton 31 run(kick fail)            Passes      0-12-3     4-10-0
C-Linkous 9 run(Mullins pass from Ham)  Total         177       375
C-Hamilton 55 run(Meade kick)           Punts         6-27      4-33
C-Davis 22 run(Meade kick)              Fumbles       6-2       1-1
R-Brown 1 run(kick fail)                Penalties     4-38      8-93

Pound 33 Castlewood 6

The Pound Wildcats continue to drive toward the playoffs full steam ahead as they coasted to a 33-6 win over Castlewood. Pound too a 7-0 1st quarter lead as Brandon Cantrell dove in from the 1 and Brad Shortt added the PAT. The Cats iced the game in the 2nd quarter as Adam Delforg hauled in a 24 yard pass from Cantrell and Brett Collier scored on TD runs of 2 and 1 yards to give Pound a 26-0 lead at the break. Pound went up 33-0 when Collier scored his 3rd TD on a 8 yard run. In the 4th quarter Castlewood got on the board when Grady Kring hauled in a 18 yard pass from James Kring to make it a 33-6 final. Pound moves to 5-1 on the year and will host Haysi next week. Pound standout RB Kevin Payne rushed for 89 yards on 10 carries before an ankle injury caused him to exit during the 2nd quarter. The extent of his injury isn't know, but Collier did an outstanding job in his spot.

Pound       7  19  7  0    33
Castlewood  0   0  0  6     6
                                                       P         C
P-Cantrell 1 run(Shortt kick)           1st downs      19        5
P-Delforge 24 pass from Cantrell        Rushing      55-248    21-50
(Shortt kick)                           Passing       119       109
P-Collier 2 run(kick fail)              Passes       11-14-0   6-14-2
P-Collier 1 run(pass fail)              Total         367       159
P-Collier 8 run(Shortt kick)            Punts         1-46      4-32
C-G.Kring 18 pass from B.Kring          Fumbles       3-1       1-0
(pass fail)                             Penalties     9-63      6-66

J.J.Kelly 34 Ervinton 2

The Kelly Indians continue to roll as they blasted visiting Ervinton 34-2 on homecoming night. The Indiand ground out 380 yards rushing from a variety of backs with Matt Collins havin 2 carries for 61 yards and 2 TD's. The Indians got started early as Shannon Hall scored on a 21 yard run to make it 7-0 as Ross Clisso added the PAT. Kelly took a 14-0 lead as Collins darted 41 yards for his 1st TD of the night to round out the 1st quarter scoring. Kelly made it a 21-0 halftime lead as Hall scored again on a 16 yard run. In the 3rd quarter Kelly made it a 27-0 lead as Collins scooted in from 21 yards away to ice the game. In the 4th, QB Tommy Asbury scored on a 41 yard run to make it 34-0, and Ervinton averted a shutout by getting a safety late. Kelly moves to 4-3 on the year, and has put themselves in a prime spot for a Region D D-2 playoff spot. The Indians will host Powell Valley next week.

J.J.Kelly      14  7  6  7    34
Ervinton        0  0  0  2     2    
                                                       E         K
K-Hall 21 run(Clisso kick)              1st downs      9         16
K-Collins 41 run(Clisso kick)           Rushing       44-109   42-380
K-Hall 16 run(Clisso kick)              Passing        25        3
K-Collins 20 run(run fail)              Passes        2-12-1    2-5-2
K-Asbury 41 run(Clisso kick)            Total         134        383
E-safety                                Punts         3-35      0-0
                                        Fumbles       3-1       1-1
                                        Penalties     1-5       3-60

Daniel Boone 31 Appalachia 22

The visiting Boone Trailblazers came to Riggs Stadium as heavy favorites, but found out quickly that Appy was a much better team than their record as they rallied late for a 31-22 win. The Dawgs opened the game with a 65 yard scoring drive capped by Adam Durham's 6 yard TD run to make it 6-0. The Blazers then took a 7-6 lead as Sean Hogan scored on a 20 yard run. In the 2nd quarter Appy struck as Derek Surrett scored on a 10 yard run and Josh Mabe hit Ryan Mabe with the 2 point PAT to give the Dawgs a 14-6 halftime lead over Boone. In the 3rd quarter the Dawgs started to pull away as Mabe hit James Worley with a 33 yard strike to make it 22-7 as Surrett added a 2 point PAT. The Dawgs appeared to be well on their way to a win as they held the Blazers and forced a punt with 3 minutes to go in the quarter, but the roof started to cave in as the punt was muffed and Boone recovered. Hogan scored on a 1 yard run to make it 22-15 as a 2 point was added by Hogan. Then after a Dawg punt, Boone drove to the Dawg 7 yard line where Chad Estepp took it in for a 23-22 lead as Brian Barron added a 2 point PAT. Boone put the game away late as Hogan scored on a 70 yard puint return to make it a 31-22 final. Appy falls to 1-5 on the year and will travel to Harlan, KY. next week.

Daniel Boone   7  0  8  16    31
Appalachia     6  8  8   0    22    
                                                       DB        A
A-Durham 6 run(run fail)                1st downs      14        20
B-Hogan 30 run(Davis kick)              Rushing       46-217  47-176
A-Surrett10 run(Mabe pass from Mabe)    Passing        0        113
A-Worley 33 pass from Mabe(Surrett run) Passes        0-2-0    11-25-1
B-Hogan 1 run(Hogan run)                Total          217      289
B-Estepp 7 run(Barron run)              Punts         4-39      4-38
B-Hogan 70 punt ret(Barron run)         Fumbles        1-1      1-1
                                        Penalties      7-60     1-10

Lee 14 Coeburn 7

The Coeburn Blue Knights may have seen their playoff hopes dashed as early as the 1st quarter as standout RB Jason Nixon went down with an ankle injury in a 14-7 loss to Lee. The Blue Knights were unabble to get much going on offense as Lee held them to 19 yards rushing on the night. Lee got on top in the opening quarter as Chase Gilley took off on a 76 yard gallop to put the Generals up 7-0. In the 2nd quarter Lee got all they would need as Joey Carroll raced 89 yards for a TD to make it 14-0. Coeburn closed it to 14-7 as Josh Hill capped a short drive as he went over from the 3. The score was set up by Anthony Gray's 74 yard interception return of a Lee pass. The game remained scoreless, but at the end Lee fumbled while trying to take a knee to end the game and the Blue Knights recovered at the Lee 20 with 6 seconds to go, but Brandon Hale's pass fell incomplete in the end zone to end the game. Coeburn falls to 2-5 on the year and will host Grundy next week.

Lee      7  7  0  0    14
Coeburn  0  7  0  0     7    
                                                       C         L
L-Gilley 76 run(Woodard kick)           1st downs      6         6
L-Carroll 89 run(Woodard kick)          Rushing       30-19    33-260
C-Hill 3 run(Nixon kick)                Passing        92        25
                                        Passes        6-17-2    2-6-2
                                        Total         111        285
                                        Punts         5-27      3-29
                                        Fumbles       0-0       4-3
                                        Penalties     7-75      9-67

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