Tate Engle leads Fort Frye to 37-6 victory over Northridge

Photo courtesy of Bryan Walters Waterford’s Peyten Stephens (12) hands the ball to teammate Braden Bellville (30) during a high school football game against South Gallia Friday in Crown City.

Fort Frye 37, Northridge 6

NORTHRIDGE — Senior quarterback Tate Engle torched host Northridge for 239 passing yards and two touchdowns en route to a 37-6 victory for the Fort Frye Cadets.

Brian Adkins caught both of Engle’s touchdowns, one from 33 yards and the other from 31, and also ran in from 3 yards out to open the scoring in the first quarter.

Draeden Turner scored Fort Frye’s other two touchdowns on rushes of 1 and 3 yards.

Adkins finished with three catches for 71 yards and seven rushes for 40 yards. Evan Schob led the Cadets with 55 yards on six totes. Engle was 13 for 17 with one interception, while Brady Schilling was his top target with 97 yards on six catches. Tyler Fisher added 71 yards on four receptions.

The Cadets (2-1) play their home opener next Friday against rival Waterford at 7 p.m.

Waterford 41, South Gallia 6

CROWN CITY — George Pantelidis caught a 24-yard touchdown pass from Peyten Stephens early in the first quarter, and Waterford never looked back from there as the Wildcats defeated host South Gallia 41-6.

Braden Bellville, who finished with 13 carries for 72 yards, ran for a pair of touchdowns (one from a yard out and the other from 5 yards out.)

Stephens had a 1-yard rushing TD, and passing-wise finished 8 for 11 for 130 yards. Pantelidis was Waterford’s leading receiver with three catches for 67 yards. Nick Fouss added three catches for 58 yards.

Holden Dailey returned a kickoff for a touchdown while Joe Pantelidis had a touchdown on an interception to cap off the scoring for the Wildcats, who visit rival Fort Frye at 7 p.m. next Friday.

Cabell Midland 40, Parkersburg 20

PARKERSBURG — Ivan Vaughn did his thing and visiting Cabell Midland broke in the new turf at Stadium Field here Friday night by doubling host Parkersburg, 40-20, in a Mountain State Athletic Conference affair.

After falling 2 rushing yards shy of 300 a year ago in Ona versus PHS, Vaughn got to work early on Friday night.

The senior first-team all-state tailback went for 192 yards on seven totes and three TDs in just a half during the Knights’ 62-0 drubbing of St. Albans last week.

Cabell Midland, which was flagged 17 times for 179 yards and now owns seven consecutive victories against the Big Reds, will attempt to improve to 3-0 next week when rival Spring Valley invades at 7 p.m. Friday.

PHS, which got 135 ground yards on 23 rushes from Moler, will seek its first triumph starting at 7 p.m. next Friday when the Big Reds travel to Woodrow Wilson.

University 24, Parkersburg South 7

PARKERSBURG — University quarterback Logan Holgorsen did it with both his arm and his legs Friday night as the visiting Hawks downed Parkersburg South 24-7 at the Erickson All-Sports Facility.

The setback bumped the Patriots down to 1-1 on the early season, while University squared its mark at 1-1 also.

Holgorsen, son of WVU head football coach Dana Holgorsen and a Bowling Green recruit, completed 22 of 27 passes, good for 327 yards and two touchdowns, one from 71 yards out, and also rushed 12 times for 83 yards.

In the third, South reached the University 25, but no closer, only to finally score on its next possession. From its 39, Brayden Mooney aired out a 61-yard pitch to paydirt, finding Nick Yoho all alone at the Hawks’ 40 and Yoho sped into the end zone at 6:56 to slice the deficit in half at 14-7.

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at Warrior Field

Marietta 55, Warren 21

Marietta (2-0) 14 14 21 6 — 55

Warren (0-2) 0 0 7 14 — 21

M: Taylor 5 run (pass failed), 7:37, 1st

M: Munos, 8 run (Sean Fournier kick), 4:42

M: Alkire, 1 run (Alkire run), 3:42, 2nd

M: Science, 9 run (Fournier kick), 2:43, 2nd

M: Science, 23 pass from Alkire (Fournier kick), 8:53, 3rd

M: Taylor, 1 run (Mannix kick), 5:24, 3rd

M: Kail Hill, 33 punt return (pass no good), 2:25, 3rd

W: Simoniette, 73 pass from Taylor, (Yost kick) n/a, 3rd

W: Simoniette, 14 pass from Taylor, (Yost kick),10:57, 4th

M: Munos, 80 kickoff return (Mannix kick), 4th

W: BGandee, 23 pass from Taylor (Yost kick), :07, 4th

Team stats

MHS WHS

First downs 18 6

Rushes-yards 40-301 14-9

Passing yards 113 130

Total yards 414 139

Passing 11-16 5-19

Punts-average 0 4-24.0

Fumbles-lost 4-1 1-0

Penalties-yards 6-60 6-45

Individual stats

Rushing: Marietta Alkire 9-91-1TD; Warren Schafer 6-15, Taylor 11-40, Science 6-32-1TD, Munos 5-28-1TD. Passing: Marietta Alkire 11-16-113-1TD; Warren Simoniette, Taylor 4-12-119-3TD; Receiving: Marietta Hill, Munos 3-35, Long 2-20, Science 1-23-1TD; Warren EGandee 2-18, Miller 1-9, Simoniette 2-87-2TD, BGandee 1-23-1TD

Next game: Williamstown at Marietta, 7 p.m. Friday; Warren at Point Pleasant, 7 p.m. Friday

Fort Frye 37, Northridge 6

FFHS 8 22 0 7 — 37

NHS 0 0 0 6 — 6

F: Adkins 3 run, Fisher run, 6:56 1st

F: Adkins 31 pass from Engle, Huck run, 8:52 2nd

F: Turner 1 run, conversion failed, 5:57 2nd

F: Adkins 33 pass from Engle, Engle run, 1:09 2nd

F: Turner 3 run, Kitts kick, 11:31 4th

N: Parman 9 run, conversion failed, 8:03 4th

Team stats

FFHS NHS

First downs 12 7

Rushes-yards 34-144 31-89

Passing yards 239 53

Total yards 383 142

Passing 13-19-1 5-9-0

Fumbles-lost 1-0 3-1

Penalties-yards 6-51 4-43

Individual stats

Rushing: FF: Schob 6-55; Adkins 7-40; Turner 5-16; Ellis 3-14; Engle 3-10; N: Parman 15-83; Passing: FF: Engle 13-17-1, 239 yards; N: Workman 5-9-0, 53 yards; Receiving: FF: Schilling 6-97; Fisher 4-71; Adkins 3-71; N: Parman 2-30; Mace 1-10; Krehel 1-8; Dann 1-5

Next games: Waterford at Fort Frye, 7 p.m. Friday

Frontier 61 Beallsville 6

Beallsville (0-2) 0 0 0 6 — 6

Frontier (1-1) 14 27 13 7 — 61

F: Lewis 70 yd. run (kick no good) 9:36, 1st

F: Fickiesen 7 yd run (Fickiesen run) 3:57, 1st

F: McQueary 47 yd. pass from Snyder (West kick) 11:50, 2nd

F: Lewis 80 yd. run (West kick) 9:53, 2nd

F: Brookover 37 yd pass from Snyder (West kick) 6:43 2nd

F: Barnhart 15 yd run (kick no good) 4:19, 2nd

F: Lewis 68 yd run (West kick) 11:16, 3rd

F: Lang 47 yd. interception return (kick no good) 9:37, 3rd

F: Bills 14 yd run (West kick) 9:30, 4th

B: Schnegg 53 yd pass from Phillips (kick blocked) 7:05, 4th

Team stats

BHS FHS

First downs 5 22

Rushes-yards 28-18 35-147

Passing yards 69 142

Total yards 87 569

Punts-average 4-35.0 0-0

Fumbles-lost 0-0 2-0

Penalties-yards 3-15 8-100

Individual Stats

Rushing: Beallsville: Moore 5-15, Schnegg 6-13, Louden 1-4, Moats 1-3, Phillips 14-0. Frontier: Lewis 8-258 (3TD), Bills 6-66 (TD), Fickiesen 6-53 (TD), A. Lang 5-28, Barnhart 2-14 (TD), Snyder 3-5, Schmidt 5-3. Passing: Beallsville: Phillips 5-15-2 69yds, TD Frontier: Snyder 5-7-0 142yds, 2TD. Receiving: Beallsville: Schnegg 1-53 TD, Stephen 3-21, Moore 1(-5). Frontier: McQueary 3-98, TD, Brookover 1-37 (TD), Lewis 1-7.

Next Game: Frontier at Ritchie County, 7 p.m. Friday

Waterford 41, South Gallia 6

WHS 21 0 14 6 — 41

SGHS 0 0 6 0 — 6

W: George Pantelidis 24 pass from Peyten Stephens, Braden Bellville kick, 1st quarter

W: Bellville 1 run, kick blocked, 1st quarter

W: Stephens 1 run, Stephens run, 1st quarter

SG: N/A 27 run, kick failed, 3rd quarter

W: Holden Dailey kick return, pass failed, 3rd quarter

W: Bellville 5 run, Stephens run, 3rd quarter

W: Joe Pantelidis interception return, run failed, 4th quarter

Team stats

WHS SGHS

First downs 10 13

Rushing yards 74 157

Passing yards 122 0

Passing 8-12-0 0-5-4

Fumbles-lost 2-1 4-2

Penalties-yards 11-92 0-0

Punts average 2-19 2-19.5

Individual stats

Rushing: W: Bellville 13-72; Passing: W: Stephens 8-11-0, 130 yards; Receiving: W: George Pantelidis 3-67; Nick Fouss 3-58

Next game: Waterford at Fort Frye, 7 p.m. Friday

Williamstown 20, Magnolia 8

Williamstown 0 7 7 6 — 20

Magnolia 6 0 0 2 — 8

M: Beisel 20 run (Mirandy kick), 5:49

W: Haynes 1 run (Caruthers kick), 3:25

W: Haynes 5 run (Caruthers kick), 4:28

W: Haynes 5 run (pass failed), 6:51

M: Safety, runner tackled in end zone, 5:18

Team stats

WHS MHS

First downs 11 13

Rushes-yards 46-82 25-98

Passing yards 67 176

Total yards 154 274

Passing 9-12 12-26

Fumbles-lost 1-1 3-3

Penalties-yards 6-50 10-75

Individual stats

Rushing: W: Haynes 19-68-3td, Taylor 16-21, Moore 4-17, Deem 1-(-3), Team 6-(-21). M:Beisel 10-90-td, Mirandy 10-17, J.Stillwagoner 2-10, Adams 1-6, Team 2-(-25). Passing: W: Haynes 9-12-67; M: Mirandy 12-26-176-2x; Receiving: W:Brown 5-33, Deem 2-25, Bondi 2-9; M: Stickler 7-62, Beegle 1-39

Cabell Midland 40, Parkersburg 20

CMHS (2-0) 12 21 7 0 — 40

PHS (0-2) 7 7 6 0 — 20

CM: Vaughn 45 run (kick failed) 11:35, 1st

PHS: Peacock 18 pass from Johnson (Isaac Withrow kick) 9:04, 1st

CM: Vaughn 42 run (kick blocked) 6:17, 1st

CM: Vaughn 5 run (Cameron Grobe kick) 10:15, 2nd

PHS: Johnson 54 pass from Mason (Withrow kick) 8:17, 2nd

CM: Vaughn 1 run (Grobe kick) 5:44, 2nd

CM: Vaughn 6 run (Grobe kick) 48.6, 2nd

PHS: Moler 44 run (kick blocked) 10:50, 3rd

CM: Vaughn 14 run (Grobe kick) 1:27, 3rd

Team stats

Midland PHS

First downs 20 20

Rushes-yards 49-436 42-157

Passing yards 148 193

Total yards 584 350

Passing 4-7-1 16-23-2

Punts-average 3-28.0 3-40.7

Fumbles-lost 2-2 5-2

Penalties-yards 17-179 4-20

Individual stats

Rushing: CMHS: Team 1-(-7), Jayce Gould 5-35, Ivan Vaughn 29-318, Griffin Adkins 8-62, Hayden Hess 1-8, Isaiah Vaughn 4-16, Drew Elkins 1-4; PHS: Jake Johnson 13-39, Braeden Mason 1-0, Tyler Moler 23-135, Anthony Craig 1-(-5), Max Anderson 1-(-8), Jake Modesitt 2-(-2), Team 1-(-2); Passing: CMHS: Gould 4-7-1, 148 yards; PHS: Mason 1-1-0, 54 yards; Johnson 15-22-2, 139 yards; Receiving: CMHS Iv. Vaughn 1-34, Is. Vaughn 1-65, Carlito Carter 1-40, Zach McCoy 1-9; PHS: Mason 6-43, Moler 3-26, Craig 3-28, Kionte Peacock 1-18, Johnson 1-54, Joel Butcher 2-24

Next games: Parkersburg at Woodrow Wilson on Friday; Spring Valley at Cabell Midland on Friday.

University 24, Parkersburg South 7

University (1-1) 0 14 0 10 — 24

South (1-1) 0 0 7 0 — 7

UN:Logan Holgorsen 16 run (Jonah Phares kick) 11:37, 2nd

UN: Evan Parow 71 pass from Holgorsen (Phares kick) 8:52, 2nd

PS: Nick Yoho 61 pass from Brayden Mooney (Ben Haught kick) 6:56, 3rd

UN: Amir Richardson 19 pass from Holgorsen (Phares kick) 11:35, 4th

UN: Phares 25 FG, 2:20, 4th

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