In final regular season football games:
Oak Hill 55
Greenbrier East 29
The Class AAA No. 9 Oak Hill Red Devils rolled up 406 yards on the ground, building a commanding 55-7 lead early in the final quarter to defeat Greenbrier East Friday.
Jalen Jones rushed for 165 yards and three touchdowns (14, 5, 9) to lead the ground attack, while K.K. Goodman added 90 yards and two scores (1, 1). Goodman also had a fumble recovery.
Antonio Gray, Jarrell Green and Dakota Miller added one rushing touchdown apiece.
Oak Hill (8-2) ended the regular season rated ninth by the WVSSAC and will begin playoff competition at 7:30 p.m. Friday at No. 8 George Washington (8-2).
The Spartans finish at 5-5.
Oak Hill 55, Greenbrier East 29
GE (5-5) 0 7 0 22 — 29
OH (8-2) 14 7 20 14 — 55
OH: Jalen Jones 14 run (Jones kick)
OH: Antonio Gray 5 run (Jones kick)
OH: K.K. Goodman 1 run (Jacob Kemlock kick)
GE: Isaiah Kinder 8 run (Sean Myles kick)
OH: Jones 5 run (Kemlock kick)
OH: Goodman 1 run (Kemlock Kick)
OH: Jarrell Green 25 run (kick blocked)
OH: Jones 9 run (Kemlock kick)
OH: Dakota Miller 20 run (Kemlock kick)
GE: Dalton Cline 1 run (Myles Kick)
GE: Tyshuan Walker 40 pass from Kinder (Myles kick)
GE: Matt Beard 55 pass from Kinder (Walker pass from Jon Carr)
RUSHING — OH: Jones 20-165, Goodman 18-90, Gray 4-18, Deonte Scruggs 4-18, Antione Smith 7-52, Miller 4-21, Green 2-61, Tyler Painter 2-9, Evan Dilon 1-0, Alex Poindexter 2 (-3).
PASSING — OH: Scruggs 4-9-1-57.
RECEIVING — OH: Jones 2-22, Gray 1-13, Joey Re 1-22.
TURNOVERS — OH: Goodman (fum rec), Tate Wykle (fum rec).
Midland Trail 31
The Midland Trail Patriots (5-5) scored 19 unanswered points in the second half to reverse a 13-12 halftime deficit and emerge with a 31-13 win over PikeView (3-7) Thursday in the season finale for both teams.
Ryan Wilson rushed for 209 yards and found paydirt three times (11, 9, 4) to power the Midland Trail offense. Christian McGuire added 134 yards on 13 carries for Trail as the Patriots piled up 359 yards on the ground.
Glen Neal supplied a 2-yard touchdown run for Trail, which finished rated No. 19 by the WVSSAC.
Hunter Moses led the Panthers with 117 rushing yards.
Midland Trail 31, PikeView 13
MT (5-5) 0 12 6 13 — 31
PV (3-7) 3 10 0 0 — 13
PV: Alex Testerman 32 FG
PV: Testerman 25 FG
MT: Ryan Wilson 11 run (pass failed)
PV: Joseph Jennings 2 run (Testerman kick)
MT: Wilson 9 run (pass failed)
MT: Wilson 4 run (pass failed)
MT: Glen Neal 2 run (kick failed)
MT: Christian McGuire (Matt Skaggs kick)
RUSHING — MT: Wilson 41-209, McGuire 13-134, Austin Burdette 3-4, Neal 1-2. PV: Hunter Moses 17-117, Jennings 7-42, Daniel Brown 2-8, Chris McBride 2-3, Ryan Roberts 2-1.
PASSING — MT: Neal 1-4-1-17. PV: McBride 7-22-1-77.
RECEIVING — MT: Burdette 1-9. PV: Takota Bailey 2-27, Bradley Flinchum 2-23, Ryan Roberts 2-16, Jennings 1-11.
TAKEAWAYS — MT: Andrew Dickerson (fum rec), Collin Carte (int). PV: Flinchum (fum rec), Testerman (fum rec), Tanner Farley (int).
After a winless 2012 campaign, the Pirates concluded a 4-6 season in 2013 with the road victory at Coal City Friday.
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The Mount Hope Youth Basketball League crowned four 2013-14 champions Saturday at the Mount Hope Community Center.
Pirate girls, Trailblazer boys claim Fayette hoops titles
The Fayetteville girls and the Ansted boys were the big winners on the final night of the recent Fayette County Middle School Basketball Tournament.
Middle school champions
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Boys hoops tournament pairings set
Valley and Greater Beckley Christian have landed the No. 1 seeds in the upcoming boys Class A Region 3 basketball tournament.
High school basketball roundup
In recent high school games:
Tech baseball off to 0-4 start
The WVU Tech baseball team finished its season-opening series with a pair of losses Saturday afternoon as 10th-ranked Cumberland (Tenn.) University recorded the sweep over the Golden Bears 6-5, 15-1 at Ernest L. Stockton Field-Woody Hunt Stadium.
Pirates, Patriots eye section championship
Top-seeded Fayetteville easily advanced to Thursday’s Class A Region 3, Section 2 girls basketball championship, but the second seed, Meadow Bridge, wasn’t as fortunate.
Local wrestlers among qualifiers for state event
Cliff Warden is good at keeping things in perspective.
MHYBL posts results as tourneys begin
In recent action in the Mount Hope Youth Basketball League:
Red Devils topple Westside for second time this season
Five first-half 3-point goals put Oak Hill in business against Westside.
At halftime, the rims froze over.
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