Cumberland Times-News

Football

October 2, 2012

Terziyski carries Hampshire past Northern, 34-20

Campers crumple Falcons

ACCIDENT — Palka Terziyski scored three touchdowns and Gage Williams scored two to lead the Hampshire junior varsity to a 34-20 victory over Northern’s jayvees Monday at Northern.

Terziyski scored on runs of 22 and six yards and returned a kickoff 86 yards for a touchdown. Williams scored on an eight-yard run and a 12-yard run in the fourth.

For Northern, Aaron Rodeheaver rushed for 233 yards on 19 carries and scored touchdowns on runs of three and 64 yards. Noah Werner scored on a run of two yards.

Defensively, Rodeheaver had 18 tackles and Kyle Rouse had 10.

Northern (5-1) will host Frankfort on Monday.

 

Allegany 28, Frankfort 14

SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Blake Milburn scored two touchdowns and a two-point conversion and rushed for 80 yards to lead the Allegany junior varsity football team past Frankfort, 28-14, Monday at Frankfort.

Milburn scored in the first quarter and in the third, while Anthony Ross took in a 60-yard pass from Trevor Evix in the third to allow Alco to extend its 8-6 halftime lead to 22-6 entering the fourth. Ross finished with 112 yards receiving.

Chris Stosick scored Allegany’s final touchdown in the fourth quarter, while Schuyler Howell ran for a two-point conversion. The Campers finished with 183 yards rushing and 150 passing for 333 total. Dominic Destefano, Aaron Lancaster, Stosick and Hunter Wilhelm were the Alco defensive standouts.

Frankfort, which rushed for 190 yards, was led by Noah Bible, who scored both touchdowns and gained 109 yards on the ground. Trent Lloyd ran for a two-point conversion.

Allegany (3-1) will host Southern Monday at Greenway Avenue Stadium.

 

Freshman

Allegany    47

Frankfort    13


SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Darrian King scored four touchdowns, Carson Imes passed for three and Darick Kerns scored two to lead the Allegany freshman football team over Frankfort, 47-13, Monday at Frankfort.

King, who rushed for 41 yards on three carries, scored on a 28-yard pass from Imes, a 72-yard punt return, a 32-yard run and a three-yard run. Imes also hit Kerns on TD passes of 32 and three yards and Kerns kicked five extra points.

Brendan Dougherty scored on a 24-yard run for the Campers, while Imes was 7-for-7 passing for 97 yards and an interception. Bryson Shepherd stood out defensively.

Jacob Kessell scored both Frankfort touchdowns on runs for 30 and 35 yards. Danny James kicked an extra point.

Allegany (3-1) plays Oct. 11 at Keyser. Frankfort (1-5) plays next at Mountain Ridge.

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