Trojans end season with road loss

Chris Dunham, PDT Sports Writer

October 27, 2012

PDT Sports Report

Markel Cain accounted for three touchdowns and Ryan Mathis was responsible for three, including a 65-yard pass play to start the game, as host Chillicothe ended its tenure in the SEOAL with a 63-0 win over Portsmouth.

Austin Rideout had six carries for 25 yards for the Trojans.

Portsmouth 0 0 0 0 — 0

Chillicothe 21 21 7 14 — 63

Scoring Summary:

First Quarter:

C — Cain 65 pass from Mathis (Weber kick)

C — Lee 20 run (Weber kick)

C — Mathis 4 run (Weber kick)

Second Quarter:

C — Bixler 17 pass from Mathis (Weber kick)

C — Lee 64 run (Weber kick)

C — Cain 49 run (Weber kick)

Third Quarter:

C — Cain 73 run (Weber kick)

Fourth Quarter:

C — Beard 2 run (Weber kick)

C — Bryant 26 run (Weber kick)

Individual Statistics:

RUSHING: Portsmouth — Rideout 6-25, Wedebrook 9-21, Clark 6-3.

PASSING: Portsmouth — Wedebrook 18-5-1 69, Oliver 2-0-0 0, DeLotell 1-1-0 3.

RECEIVING: Portsmouth — Dickerson 5-51, Albrecht 1-21.

Piketon 25, Adena 16

Piketon secured its second playoff appearance in school history with a 26-16 road win over Adena Friday evening.

It has been 15 years since the Redstreaks have played more than 10 games in a season and Piketon wasted no time going ahead via a five-yard pass from Isaac Brabson to Aaron Southworth with 6:12 to play in the first quarter.

Adena struck back with a 47-yard field goal in the second, but after a scoreless second quarter, Brabson struck again with a 27-yard run. The extra point failed and the score stood at 13-3 with 7:20 remaining in the third.

The Warriors added a rushing touchdown a little over two minutes later but a 42-yard Cameron Waddell touchdown run made it 19-10 and a fumble return for a touchdown made it 25-10.

Adena would block a punt in the end zone and recover to make the score 25-16, but it was too little too late for the Warriors.

Piketon improves to 8-2 overall and 6-1 in the SVC and will play next week in the first round of the playoffs.

P 7 0 18 0—25

A 3 0 7 6—16

First Quarter

P_Southworth 5 pass from Brabson (Jones kick), 6:12.

A_Wells 47 field goal, 2:00.

Third Quarter

P_Brabson 27 run (kick fail), 7:20.

A_Wells 38 run (Wells kick), 5:09.

P_Waddel 42 run (kick fail), 3:40.

P_Williams 41 fumble return (run fail), 2:28.

Fourth Quarter

A_blocked punt recovered in the in zone, 10:29.


RUSHING_Piketon, Royster 14-45, Waddel 3-45, Brabson 8-41.

PASSING_Piketon, Brabson 10-23-1-112.

RECEIVING_Piketon, Farmer 2-33, Bowman 2-14, Ferguson 3-25, Williams 1-26, Waddel 1-69, Southworth 1-5.

Waverly 52, Northwest 6

Waverly and Northwest wrapped up their 2012 seasons with a 52-6 win going to the Tigers.

Waverly struck early and often with two touchdowns in the first quarter. The first came on a 11-yard touchdown passs from Trevon Bolin-Hitchens to Eric Rinehart. The other came on a five-yard run by Dilon Murray. The subsequent extra point and 2-point conversion attempts made it 12-0 Waverly after one.

Waverly tacked on four more scores in the second quarter with another Murray run, a Tyler Dray run a Amin Gilbert run and a Willie Bevens field goal.

After another Waverly touchdown in the third quarter, Trevan Bazler scored the lone touchdown for the Mohawks with 5:15 to play.

Bryan Cydrus added the last score of the night on a 46-yard touchdown run with a little mover two minutes to play.

Waverly finished 2-8 overall and 1-4 in the SOC II, while Northwest finishes 0-10.

W 12 26 7 7—52

NW 0 0 0 6—6

First Quarter

W_Rinehart 11 pass from Bolin-Hitchens (kick fail), 7:06.

W_Murray 5 run (pass fail), 3:39.

Second Quarter

W_Murray 1 run (Bolin-Hitchens pass to Underwood), 11:34.

W_Dray 2 run (Bolin-Hitchens run), 9:28.

W_Gilbert 17 run, 5:08.

W_Bevens 37 field goal, 0:00.

Third Quarter

W_Murphy 4 run (Bevins kick), 7:29.

Fourth Quarter

NW_Bazler 5 run (kick fail), 5:15.

W_Cydrus 46 run (Parker kick), 2:21.


RUSHING_Waverly, Murray 14-98, Gilbert 3-57, Cydrus 2-48, Bolin-Hitchens 8-22. Northwest, Bazler 13-65, Burton 9-47.

PASSING_Waverly, Bolin-Hitchens 10-14-1-172. Northwest, Scarberry 4-16-54.

RECEIVING_Waverly, Rinehart 4-76, Gilbert 3-26, Underwood 2-37, Murray 1-33. Northwest, Burnworth 2-33, Campbell 1-21.

Oak Hill 61, Green 20

Oak Hill improved to 8-2 overall with a 61-20 win over host Green Friday evening. The Oaks secured a playoff spot last week and the win over the Bobcats will not harm their playoff projection.

Full game summary and statistics were not available at press time.

Symmes Valley 21, Buffalo (WV) 20

Symmes Valley had all it could handle from Buffalo (WV) winning 21-20 Friday evening.

The Vikings improve to 8-1 overall and will be playing next week in the post season.

Full game summary and statistics were not available at press time.

Other area scores:


Gallipolis 30, Jackson 27

Warren 49, Logan 8


Wellston 62, Vinton County 34

Meigs 26, Alexander 14

Athens 42, Nelsonville-York 21


Coal Grove 54, South Point 10

Chesapeake 25, Rock Hill 7

Fairland 47, River Valley 19


Belpre 27, Waterford 0

Trimble 41, Federal Hocking 8

Wahama (W. Va.) 71, Miller 19


South Gallia 34, Manchester 14