Thursday, September 24, 2015

The Northern Valley Football Wrap Up (Week 4)

Jordon Turner leads Clarke County past Handley    James Murphy / CCS
BLUEMONT, Va.- The Clarke County Eagles (2-1) used a relentless ground attack and compiled 482 yards rushing with three backs breaking the 100 yard mark to defeat the Handley Judges (0-4) 42-7 on Saturday at the Handley Bowl in the Clarke County Sports Game of the Week.

"It's a big win for us, I am very proud of our guys," Eagles Coach Chris Parker said. "It's a great environment for a game, especially high school, were not used to playing on Saturday so we weren't sure how we we do, but I thought our guys did a great job."

The Eagles wasted no time as they took the opening kickoff and mounted a drive that ended with Hunter Rogers 1 yard touchdown run. Rogers gained 158 yards on 16 carries and scored 3 times on runs of 1, 7 and 27 yards.

Quarterback Jordon Turner rushed for 104 yards on 11 carries and had a 1 yard td run and scored the ensuing 2 point conversion. Turner was 1 of 3 passing for 11 yards.

Eagle running back Matt Dang rushed for 102 yards on 5 carries and scored on a 36 yard TD.

Greg Shippa rushed 3 times for 21 yards and scored on a 2 yard touchdown run.

The Eagles defense recorded three quarterback sacks for -13 yard.

The James Wood Colonels (3-1) knocked the Strasburg Rams (3-1) out of the undefeated ranks with a 26-23 victory at "the Jake".  The Rams made a valiant comeback closing a 26-7 lead to within three points but fell short of the victory.

Wood running back Tyler Bishop rushed for 164 yards on 26 carries and scored on a 1 yard run. Quarterback Dade Carroll was 7 of 9 for 127 yards including a 26 yard touchdown pass to Dillon Manuel. Carroll also rushed for touchdowns of 1 and 12 yards. Manuel had 4 receptions for 83 yards.

Adam Miller was 9 of 16 for 117 yards including a 3 yard touchdown pass to Austin Miller. Adam Miller rushed for 45 yards on 15 carries. Trevon Howard had a 95 yard touchdown return, 6 receptions for 88 yards  including a 2 point conversion. Justin Carr was held to 20 yards on 11 carries and scored on a 7 yard touchdown run.

The Sherando Warriors (4-0) remained unbeaten as they defeated the Eastern View Cyclones (2-2)  42-21 at Arrowhead Stadium.

Warrior running back D.J. Myers rushed for 238 yards on 43 carries and scored 3 touchdowns on runs of 2, 42 and 2 yards. Quarterback Patrick Minteer was 6 of 10 for 117 yards including a 34 yard touchdown pass to Michael Perry.

Eastern View quarterback Josh Stallings was 11 of 25 for 142 yards, with 2 touchdown passes of 30 and 14 yards. Stallings also rushed 19 times for 111 yards including a 1 yard touchdown run.

The Millbrook Pioneers (3-1) defeated the Kettle Run Cougars (0-4) 34-7 in Nokesville. The Pioneers were without quarterback Mark Paxton and P.J. Kier took over at the helm to lead Millbrook to the win.

Running back Nazeeh Johnson scored three touchdowns rushing with runs of 19, 34 and 2. Kier added two touchdowns on runs of 8 and 4 yards. Johnson eclipsed the 100 yard mark and the Pioneers rushed for 350 yards. Kier was 1 of 1 passing for 30 yards.

Other area games included:

Skyline 49  Manassas Park 7
Turner Ashby 47  Central 26
Randolph-Macon 38  Fredericksburg Christian 26
Brentsville District 28  Warren County 14
Luray 12  George Mason 7
Grace Christian 52 Rappahannock County 6
Morgantown, WV 45  Washington, WV 13
Jefferson, WV 61  Hedgesville, WV 7
Mussleman, WV 31  Greenbrier East, WV 27

This weeks games:

Friday September 25

Central at Clarke County 7:30PM
Woodgrove at Millbrook 7:00PM
Sherando at Jefferson, WV 7:00PM
Hedgesville, WV at James Wood 7:00PM
Madison County at Warren County 7:30PM
William Monroe at George Mason 7:30PM
Stonewall Jackson at Page County 7:00PM

Saturday September 26

Randolph-Macon at Hargrove Military Academy 2:00PM

Bye: Handley, Skyline, Strasburg, Washington, WV

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