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September 18, 2013

Ours scores 4 TDs as Keyser outlasts Northern

ACCIDENT — Brady Ours recorded four touchdowns for the Keyser Steelers in a 28-24 win at the Northern Steelers on Saturday.

Ours ran in from 30 yards out in the first quarter and 35 yards in the second. Jordan Day shot in from the three for Northern’s first quarter score. Tyler Durst booted the extra point.

Day ran in from the four in the second quarter to give Northern a 16-14 halftime lead.

Wade Greason then hit Ours from 27 yards and Greason’s kick made it 22-16.

Ours threw a 30-yard pass to Daidai Garland to put Keyser up 28-16.

Anthony Ruff made it a four-point game on a 10-yard run before Keyser ran out the clock.

Greason came up with three interceptions. Jake Fazzalore and Christian Ravenscroft also stood out for Keyser.

Sam Beeman and Ty Kinzie stood out defensively for Northern.

Keyser defeated Northern, 13-6, in the Division II game.

Damie Stewart had a 2-yard touchdown run and Samuel Perry took a fumble recovery back 90 yards for Keyser.

Peyton Carr had a 50-yard touchdown run for Northern.

Personal Best    53

Ridgeley Rams    8


CUMBERLAND — Brayden Poling rushed for almost 200 yards and Luke Hamilton scored three touchdowns as the Personal Best/Hartley’s Pizza Patriots cruised over the Ridgeley Rams to remain unbeaten after four weeks of CAYFL play.

Poling scored two touchdowns including a 99-yard scamper in the second quarter that capped a six-touchdown half for the Patriots (4-0). He had a 41-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and finished with 190 yards on only four carries.

He also had 108 return yards, 65 on a fumble recovery return and 43 on a punt return. He made eight tackles and had an interception.

The offensive line of Christian Shaffer, Eric Winters, Connor Brode, Ricky Alexander, Gabe Logsdon and Keegan Miller paved the way for the Patriots to rush for more than 300 yards.

Hamilton scored on runs of 9, 35 and 70 yards to finish with 120 on four attempts. He also had eight tackles.

Braeden Smith caught a 40-yard touchdown pass from Logan Johnson and Kaleb Harden and Brandon Clark scored on runs of one and 14 yards, respectively.

Ridgeley (3-1) avoided the shutout in the fourth quarter on a 22-yard scoring pass from Blake Wasson to Jacob Strawderman.

The undefeated Patriots also won the Division II game, topping Ridgeley, 19-6. Jayden Stubbs scored on runs of 34 and 25 yards as well as a 51-yard punt return. Logan Crock scored the Rams’ touchdown on a four-yard run.

The Patriots visit the Keyser Steelers on Saturday, 1 p.m., with Division II beginning at 2:30 p.m. at Keyser High School. Ridgeley hosts the Braddock Warriors on Sunday at 2 p.m.

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