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Point Pleasant junior wide receiver Jon Peterson (1) breaks away from a Ripley defender for a touchdown during the first half of a Week 2 football contest at OVB Field in Point Pleasant.
Point Pleasant junior wide receiver Jon Peterson (1) breaks away from a Ripley defender for a touchdown during the first half of a Week 2 football contest at OVB Field in Point Pleasant.
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Point Pleasant Big Blacks (2-0) at Logan Wildcats (3-0)


Last Game: Point Pleasant defeated Ripley 63-7 in Point Pleasant; Logan defeated Lincoln County 51-13 in Logan


Last Meeting between teams: October 19th 2007: Logan 28-7 at LHS,


Current head-to-head streak: Logan has won two straight.


PPHS Offense Last Game: 453 rushing yards, 148 passing yards.


LHS Offense Last Week: 211 rushing yards, 143 passing yards.


PPHS Offensive Leaders Last Game: QB Aden Yates 8-of-8, 148 yards, 3TDs; RB Cody Mitchell 14 carries 134 yards, TD; WR Jon Peterson 3 catches, 70 yards, TD.


LHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Noah Corbett 11-of-18, 143 yards, 2TDs, INT; RB Worm Street 11 carries, 143 yards, 3TDs; WR Josh Rein 4 catches, 89 yards.


PPHS Defense Last Game: 20 rushing yards, 109 passing yards.


LHS Defense Last Week: N/A.


Notes: The Point Pleasant football team should be rested for their first road trip of the season, Friday night. The Big Blacks began the year with back-to-back blowout home victories and after having a bye week last week, the Red and Black have a tough opponent waiting in Logan. The Wildcats are coming off back-to-back victories of over 35 points and their closest game of the year was a 40-20 week one victory over Man. Logan was forced to start freshman quarterback Noah Corbett last week after senior Ryan Miller injured his knee in the 39-0 win over Shady Spring. Miller could be well enough to play against PPHS, accoriding to LHS head coach Gary Mullins. The Wildcats have finished three straight years with a winning record, including a 7-3 mark last season. This is the second game of two-game home stand for Logan, which began season with back to back road games. Both teams have defeated Lincoln County with ease this season. Chase Walton has found the endzone seven times in two games this season for Point Pleasant; four of which are rushing scores, the other three are receiving. This marks the fourth straight year Logan has started the year 3-0.


Wahama White Falcons (2-1, 1-1) at Belpre Golden Eagles (1-2, 0-2)


Last Week: Wahama defeated Eastern 54-0 in Tuppers Plains, Belpre lost to Southern 19-0 in Racine.


Last Meeting: September 14 2012, Wahama won 47-20 in Mason.


Current head-to-head streak: Wahama has won three straight.


WHS Offense Last Week: 328 rushing yards, 196 passing yards.


BHS Offense Last Week: 18 rushing yards, 59 passing yards.


WHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Hunter Bradley 4-of-10, 160 yards, 3TDs; RB Kane Roush 7 carries, 155 yards, 3TDs; WR Kane Roush 2 catches, 129 yards; 2TDs.


BHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Tavian Miller 6-of-11, 59 yards, INT; RB Dejon Bedgood 7 carries, 45 yards; WR D.J. Leftwich 2 catches, 17 yards.


WHS Defense Last Week: 28 rushing yards, 3 passing yards.


BHS Defense Last Week: 245 rushing yards, 50 passing yards.


Notes: The Wahama White Falcons head to Belpre Firday night looking for their third straight win over the Golden Eagles. Belpre, which has lost back-to-back games since defeating Rosecrans in the season opener, will be playing at home for the second time this season. The Golden Eagles first home game was a 41-28 loss to Fort Frye in week two. The White Falcons haven’t allowed a 100-yard rusher this season. Five of Wahama’s scores last week were from over 20 yards away. The 2007 season was the last time Belpre defeated a West Virginia team.The Golden Eagles defeated Williamstown 14-7 on the road. Wahama has outscored Belpre by 44.3 points over the past three years. Belpre goes on the road for back-to-back weeks after facing the White Falcons; Wahama will return to Bachtel Stadium next week for the first time since week two.


Hannan Wildcats (1-2) at Sherman Tide (1-2)


Last Week: Hannan lost to Federal Hocking 60-0 in Stewart, Sherman lost to Wyoming East 46-6 in Wyoming East.


Last Meeting: September 14th 2012: Sherman won 32-0 at Hannan


Current head-to-head streak: Sherman has won 1 straight


HHS Offense Last Week: N/A.


SHS Offense Last Week: 19 rushing yards, 132 passing yards.


HHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: N/A.


SHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Aaron Lowe 1-of-1, 73 yards, TD; RB John Pauley 4 carries, 14 yards; WR Braden Harrah three catches, 127 yards, TD.


HHS Defense Last Week: 284 rushing yards, 37 passing yards.


SHS Defense Last Week: 348 rushing yards, 43 passing yards.


Notes: After a disappointing week three, both Hannan and Sherman will look to get back on track Friday night in Boone County. The Wildcats gave up three special teams scores, as well as one defensive touchdown to the Lancers last week. Sherman’s 3-4 defense held ninth ranked Wyoming East scoreless in the opening period last week. The Tide did however give up 46 unanswered points to the Warriors. Sherman’s lone score came on a 73 yard pass from running back Aaron Lowe to Braden Harrah in the opening quarter. QB Bailey Kirk was 6-of-12 with 59 yards for the Tide last week. The Tide offense gave up five sacks and fumbled three times last week. Hannan is 0-3 in Boone County over the last 10 seasons. The Wildcats have a bye week next week. The Tide and Hannan have no similar opponents this season. This is Sherman’s homecoming game.

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