In high school football games:
Point Pleasant 49
Oak Hill 15
Class AAA No. 4 Point Pleasant broke open a tie game with 42 unanswered points to roll past No. 5 Oak Hill 49-15 Friday.
The visiting Red Devils evened the score at seven early in the second quarter on a 17-yard run by K.K. Goodman. However, the Big Blacks answered with three Chase Walton touchdown runs (2, 48, 57), a 39-yard touchdown pass from Robert Yates to Jonathan Peterson and an 11-yard Austen Toler score for a 49-7 lead early in the fourth quarter.
Deonte Scruggs found Joey Re from six yards out for the final score for Oak Hill.
Oak Hill (5-1) looks to bounce back when it hosts Lewis County for homecoming Friday.
Point Pleasant 49, Oak Hill 15
OH (5-1) 0 7 0 8 — 15
PP (6-0) 7 21 14 7 — 49
PP: Cody Mitchell 60 run (kick good)
OH: K.K. Goodman 17 run (Jalen Jones kick)
PP: Mitchell 1 run (kick good)
PP: Chase Walton 2 run (kick good)
PP: Walton 48 run (kick good)
PP: Walton 57 run (kick good)
PP: Jonathan Peterson 39 pass from Robert Yates (kick good)
PP: Austen Toler 11 run (kick good)
OH: Joey Re 6 pass from Deonte Scruggs (Jones kick)
RUSHING — OH: Jarrell Green 11-83, Jalen Jones 24-63, K.K. Goodman 10-44-1. PP: Chase Walton 7-170, Cody Mitchell 15-149, Grant Safford 5-24.
PASSING — OH: Scruggs 6-13-1-81. PP: Yates 6-6-0-94.
RECEIVING — OH: Goodman 4-58, Green 1-17, Re 1-6-1. PP: Walton 2-38, Jon Peterson 1-30, Mitchell 1-18.
Meadow Bridge 58
Mount View 12
Jake Parker rambled for three touchdowns (14, 2 and 16 yards) and 235 yards to pace the host Wildcats.
Craig Peters ran for 86 yards and scored a touchdown, while Lawson Patterson gained 57 yards and had two scores in the victory.
Peyton Richmond led the defense with 10 tackles, a fumble recovery and an interception.
Jamari Perry had an 80-yard kickoff return for Mount VIew (1-4).
Meadow Bridge (5-1), ranked 13th last week in Class A, will travel to Class AA No. 6 Summers Friday.
Meadow Bridge 58, M. View 12
MV (1-4) 0 6 6 0 — 12
MB (5-1) 14 28 8 8 — 58
MB: Jake Parker 14 run (Craig Peters pass from Ryan Church), 10:02
MB: Shane Harless 1 run (run failed), 5:31
MB: Parker 2 run (run failed), 10:57
MB: Peters 16 run (run failed), 7:34
MB: Parker 16 run (Abber Gelsinger run), 4:15
MB: Lawson Patterson 2 run (Logan Crowe run), 2:13
MV: Jamari Perry 80 kickoff return (run failed), 1:59
MB: Church 4 run (Chris Simms run), 8:00
MV: Donnell Bonds 10 run (run failed), :41
MB: Patterson 55 run (Simms run), 1:02
RUSHING — MV: Perry 7-49, Joseph Hayes 2-35, Bonds 2-8, Monte Bailey 3-3, Chris Muncy 1-0, Laquelle Martin 9-23. MB: Parker 22-235-3, Peters 8-86-1, Patterson 3-57-2, Gelsinger 7-36, Simms 7-29, Harless 3-27-1, Church 3-11-1, Crowe 3-3 .
PASSING — MV: Muncy 1-2-0, 7; Steven Brown 0-5-1, 0. MB: Church 1-3-0, 26; Simms 0-1-1, 0 .
RECEIVING — MV: Marquis Bonds 1-7. MB: Kaleb Farr 1-26.
TAKEAWAYS — MV: Perry (int.). MB: Peyton Richmond (fum. rec.; int.), Dakota Clere (fum. rec.).
Tug Valley 14
Class A No. 3 Valley overcame an early deficit to down host Tug Valley Friday.
Quarterback Raeshawn Breckenridge had a hand in three of the Greyhounds’ four touchdowns. He ran for scores covering 1 and 17 yards and passed 44 yards to Druw Bowen for another six-pointer.
Dante Wilkerson supplied the other TD on a 41-yard run for Valley (6-0).
Class A No. 4 Moorefield rolled into Fletcher Arritt Memorial Stadium Friday and left with the easy victory.
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