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October 7, 2013

Falcons fly off with 14-13 win

Huskies handle Clear Spring

CUMBERLAND — Carter Houdersheldt threw for 132 yards and two touchdowns for Frankfort as it escaped Greenway Avenue Stadium with a 14-13 win over Allegany Monday in freshmen action.

Logan Milburn  returned the opening kickoff 88 yards to give the Campers the early lead.

Houdersheldt found his rhythm by the end of the first, hooking up with Blake Rhodes from 20 yards to tie it.

The next score came in the third quarter on a 21-yard run by Jacob VanMeter to put Allegany up 13-7.

Houdersheldt hit Rhodes again from 60 yards for the go-ahead score in the fourth.

Frankfort (3-2) plays at Mountain Ridge Oct. 16 at 6 p.m.

Northern    9

Clear Spring    6

ACCIDENT — Austin Evans reeled off 143 yards on 24 carries for Northern’s junior varsity in a 9-6 win over Clear Spring at Northern Monday.

Clear Spring led at halftime after David Green hit Zack Webber from 35 yards in the second quarter.

Northern (4-2) took the lead in the third when James Lewis scampered in from 40 yards, and Austin Evans made the PAT.

The Huskies added two with a fourth quarter safety.

Lewis totalled 53 yards on three carries. Luke Lowery led the defense with 11 tackles. Bryson Day added nine tackles and a fumble recovery. Keegan broadwater had an interception.

Northern plays at Keyser Monday at 7 p.m.

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