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November 5, 2013

Alco runs over Fort Hill, 21-6

Campers ground game gains 195 yards in Little Homecoming

CUMBERLAND — Allegany rushed for 195 yards and three players scored touchdowns as the Campers freshman team defeated Fort Hill, 21-6, Monday night in the first game of the Little Homecoming doubleheader at Greenway Avenue Stadium.

Logan Milburn led the Allegany ground game with 57 yards on 10 carries, scoring a second-quarter touchdown from four yards out to give Alco a 13-0 halftime lead, as Fort Hill blocked the kick on the extra point attempt. Jacob Vanmeter scored the first Allegany touchdown on a 17-yard first-quarter run and Kristian Robinette’s kick made it 7-0. Vanmeter finished the game with 52 yards on six carries.

Robinette then scored in the third quarter on a four-yard run and Milburn’s run for two points made it 21-0.

The Sentinels got on the board in the fourth quarter when Xavier Trimble scored on a 22-yard pass from Nathaniel Graves. Allegany blocked the kick and the final stood at 21-6.

Robinette led the Allegany defense with seven tackles and a sack. Sean Rhodes had three tackles, a sack and an interception. Milburn and Vanmeter both recovered fumbles.

The Allegany defense, which gave up just 33 points this season for an average of 3.66 points per game, had five shutouts.

Allegany finished the season at 8-1, while Fort Hill finished at 5-4.

Keyser 25, Frankfort 7

KEYSER, W.Va. — Cam White and Terrell Bush combined to run for more than 150 yards and each scored a touchdown to lead the Keyser freshmen over Frankfort Wednesday at Keyser High School.

White led all rushers with 80 yards on four carries and scored on a 54-yard run in the second quarter that put the Golden Tornado ahead 18-7 at halftime. He also passed for 29 yards on two of six attempts.

Bush chewed up 72 yards on 12 carries and found the end zone on an 11-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Frankfort scored first on Nathan Strietbeck’s three-yard run for a 7-0 lead.

Deavonte Johnson raced 35 yards to score, but the missed extra point kept the Falcons in front 7-6 after the first period.

Maliek Garland’s eight-yard scoring run gave Keyser the lead for good in the second quarter.

Justin Burgess led the Tornado defense with 10 tackles and a sack and four of Preston Didawick’s eight tackles were sacks. Dalton Wilt, Matthew Liller and Johnson each had interceptions.

Keyser finished 2-2 while the Falcons closed at 3-4.

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