FROM STAFF REPORTS
CUMBERLAND — Carson Imes scored three touchdowns and Darian King two as Allegany rolled past Fort Hill 58-36 in their junior varsity football season opener Monday evening at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
Imes also scored a two-point conversion and threw for two others for the Campers, who led 22-14 at halftime and 44-29 after three quarters in an offensive battle which featured 14 touchdowns.
Imes completed 9 of 10 passes for 246 yards and added 66 more on the ground. King caught six balls for 168 yards, an Brenton Miller had three receptions for 78 more.
Fort Hill got to within 37-29 after a 58-yard touchdown pass from Lennon Squires to Braydon Brown in the third quarter but Allegany pulled away by outscoring the Sentinels 21-7 the rest of the way.
Imes scored on 1-, 7- and 22-yard runs and King ran three yards and 13 yards for scores for the Campers. King caught a pair of two-point passes from Imes as well.
Brendan Dougherty scored on a 58-yard run and a 3-yard run and Tyler Eirich had a two-yard touchdown dive for Allegany. Dougherty led the Campers’ 244-yard effort with 104 of his own.
Brown and Raen Smith scored twice for Fort Hill. Brown’s touchdowns came on the 58-yard pass from Squires and a 9-yard run, while Smith scored on a 1-yard run and a 22-yard burst. Braden Stott had the other Fort Hill touchdown on a 4-yard run.
Both teams play again Monday. Allegany hosts Keyser at 4 o’clock while Fort Hill plays at Chestnut Ridge at 6 p.m.
ACCIDENT — Logan Yommer ran for two touchdowns and rushed for 85 yards for Northern’s jayvees during the Huskies’ win over Southern Saturday in both teams’ opener.
Yommer got the first touchdown with a 3-yard run, and Chase Shoemaker recovered a blocked punt in the end zone as Northern got out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter.
The Huskies got a third-quarter field goal from Austin Evans, and finished with a 19-yard run by Yommer. He ran for 67 yards to go with his 85 passing.
James Lewis led the Northern defense with 10 tackles, two sacks, a blocked punt and a fumble recovery, while David Bittinger and Cole Houser had one interception each.
Kevin Walker and Trey Mayne stood out for Southern.
Northern (1-0) plays at home today against Mountain Ridge.
MOOREFIELD, W.Va. — Alex Finzel scored two touchdowns and rushed for 61 yards on eight carries to lead the Frankfort junior varsity over Moorefield on Monday.
Finzel scored on runs of 14 and 5 yards. Brooks Mickey rushed for 62 yards on 19 carries and scored on a third-quarter 9-yard run set up by a Bradley Strawderman blocked punt.
Colten Dilley was 8 for 12 passing for 106 yards and also scored on a 1-yard run. Nick Miller scored on a 15-yard return of a fumble recovery, with Xavier Kalp causing the fumble. Nick Howser caught three passes for 57 yards and kicked four extra points.
Defensively Miller had 16 tackles and a sack, Kalp 10 tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery, and Cullen Clark nine tackles and a sack.
Frankfort (1-1) will play at Washington Monday at 6 p.m.
Berkeley Springs 8
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Cam White tossed a touchdown pass and ran in another to lead Keyser in a 39-8 victory at Berkeley Springs Monday.
Hunter Boothe scored from 58 yards to begin the festivities. Quinton Peck caught a 19-yard pass from Aaron Miller to make it 12-0 before White hooked up with Andrew Liller from four yards and Jose Morales’ kick ended the first quarter at 19-0.
Aaron Easley forced a fumble and recovered, taking it back 70 yards to extend the lead to 26-0. White followed that with a 35-yard scamper to give the Golden Tornado a 32-0 halftime advantage.
Ryan Kunis capped it off or the Golden Tornado with a 7-yard run for a 39-8 final.
Keyser (2-0) plays at Allegany Monday and Berkeley Springs (0-1) hosts Moorefield on September 23.
Allegany frosh 12
Fort Hill frosh 7
CUMBERLAND — The Allegany freshman team scored touchdowns in the second and third quarters to defeat Fort Hill in the season-opener for both teams Monday at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
Kristian Robinette scored first for the Campers on a 4-yard run, while Ryan Miller took in a 35-yard pass from Jacob Vanmeter in the third quarter to make it 12-0.
Fort Hill got on the board in the fourth quarter when Nathaniel Graves scored on a 6-yard run. Jacob Rummer’s kick made the eventual final 12-7.
Logan Milburn led the Alco ground game with 96 yards on 11 carries. Robinette gained 44 yards on 11 carries and had eight tackles defensively. Milburn recovered a fumble for the Campers.
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