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Frankfort routs Washington, 43-13; Moorefield romps Southern; Hampshire loses

In an impressive display of dominance, Frankfort secured its third consecutive rout with a commanding 43-13 victory over Washington.

The game’s momentum quickly swung in Frankfort’s favor as they scored 20 points during the second quarter, establishing a formidable 27-0 lead by halftime.

Tyrique Powell, the standout performer of the evening, accounted for Frankfort’s first-quarter score with an explosive 85-yard touchdown run just 55 seconds before the quarter’s end.

The second quarter showcased Frankfort’s relentless offensive prowess, with Blake Jacobs connecting with Rockey Fontenot for a 66-yard touchdown and Powell adding two more touchdowns to his tally. Powell crossed the goal line on a spectacular 41-yard scamper and then replicated his success with a 14-yard touchdown run, leaving defenders in his wake.

Fontenot contributed another touchdown with a one-yard run in the third quarter, while Cam Layton extended Frankfort’s lead with a 27-yard touchdown run.

Kicker Rhett Sensabaugh joined the scoring parade with a successful 37-yard field goal.

Washington managed to avoid a shutout by scoring two late touchdowns in the second half.

Frankfort, now boasting a perfect 3-0 record, will face Weir in their upcoming game on Friday at 7 p.m.

Moorefield Dominates Southern, Securing a 43-8 Victory

Moorefield showcased its prowess on the field with a dominant performance against Southern, securing a commanding 43-8 victory.

The game’s momentum swung entirely in Moorefield’s favor as they scored 43 unanswered points before Southern managed to get on the board.

Moorefield’s commanding lead began with a 14-0 advantage after the first quarter and expanded to 28-0 at halftime.

The turning point came when Adam Landes ran 85 yards for a touchdown, resulting in a running clock with six minutes left in the third quarter and a 36-0 lead for Moorefield.

Axton Runions initiated Moorefield’s scoring with a 38-yard touchdown run, while Diego Taylor extended their lead with a six-yard scamper. Adam Landes found the end zone on the ground from three yards out, and Tyson Arnold contributed with a one-yard QB sneak touchdown.

Hayden Harvey managed to put Southern on the board with a 36-yard touchdown run, followed by Elek Taylor’s successful two-point conversion.

Moorefield will host Strasburg, Virginia, in their next game on Friday at 7 p.m., while Southern will face Fort Hill (2-0) on the same day at the same time.

Hedgesville Rallies to Beat Hampshire 28-7

Hedgesville faced early adversity as Hampshire utilized an onside kick and a fake punt to manufacture a 7-0 lead after the first quarter. Vinnie Greear scored the sole touchdown for the Trojans (1-2).

Despite Hampshire’s initial lead, Hedgesville showcased resilience and determination, rallying to score 28 unanswered points. Hampshire still held a 7-6 advantage at halftime, but Hedgesville found the end zone twice in the third quarter and once in the fourth to secure the victory.

Tucker County Triumphs Over East Hardy 28-7

In a well-fought contest, Tucker County emerged victorious over East Hardy with a final score of 28-7. Quarterback Ethan Rosenau played a pivotal role in Tucker County’s success, throwing two touchdown passes and running for another.

Rosenau’s first-quarter connections with Maddox Anderson and Blaike Adams resulted in touchdowns of 10 and 12 yards, respectively. The Mountain Lions executed both two-point conversions through the air, establishing a commanding 16-0 lead.

Jared Reall contributed to Tucker County’s lead with a three-yard touchdown run, extending their advantage to 22-0. East Hardy managed to avoid a shutout with Tyler Tarallo’s eight-yard touchdown in the third quarter, but Tucker County quickly responded with Rosenau’s six-yard touchdown run in the fourth.

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