Cumberland Times-News

October 24, 2012

Sports Roundup - 10/25/2012

Cumberland Times-News

Milburn, Alco JV’s rout MR

CUMBERLAND — Blake Milburn ran for 271 yards and three touchdowns as Allegany overpowered Mountain Ridge 54-18 in junior varsity football Monday night at Greenway Avenue Stadium.

The Campers ran wild most of the night and finished with 532 yards of offense, with 517 coming on the ground. Tied 12-12 after the first quarter, Allegany scored 30 points in the second quarter and led 42-12 at halftime.

Mountain Ridge led 6-0 and 12-6 early. Tyler Redman ran for a touchdown for the Miners, and after Milburn quickly tied it with a 78-yard run, Brett Ishler caught a touchdown pass from Austin Trenum to give Mountain Ridge a 12-6 lead.

But it was all Allegany from there, as the Campers outscored the Miners 48-6.

Aaron Lancaster tied it 12-12 with a 15-yard run. Milburn ran for two touchdowns and Lancaster and Chris Stosick one in the second quarter. Stosick’s covered 66 yards.

Stosick, who finished with 171 yards rushing, scored two more touchdowns in the second half. Cody Bradley threw a TD pass to Brady Folk for the Miners.

Schuyler Howell, Lucas Smearman, Hunter Wilhelm and Stosick were defensive standouts for Allegany (5-2), which hosts Fort Hill on Monday, at 7 p.m., in their Little Homecoming game at Greenway.

Mountain Ridge plays at Frankfort on Monday at 7 p.m.


Elkins football stripped of  wins

ELKINS, W.Va. — The Elkins High School football team has been stripped of seven wins this season for using an ineligible player.

The Inter-Mountain reports Randolph County Schools Superintendent James Phares said he learned of the decision Wednesday by the Secondary School Activities Commission.

Elkins was 7-2 and eighth in the latest SSAC Class AAA computer ratings.

Elkins made the playoffs last year, losing to Hurricane in the first round.