By: Alex Hawleyahawley@heartlandpublications.com
September 13, 2012
Belpre Golden Eagles (1-2, 1-0) at Wahama White Falcons (3-0, 2-0)
Last Week: Belpre 48-13 win vs. Southern; Wahama 47-7 win vs. Eastern.
Last Meeting: 2011, Wahama won 61-3 at Belpre.
Current head-to-head streak: Wahama has won 2 straight.
BHS Offense Last Week: 194 rushing yds, 143 passing yds
WHS Offense Last Week: 391 rushing yds, 70 passing yds.
BHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Manny Tullius (18-179, 4 TD’s), QB Tavian Miller (9-15 143, 2 TD’s), WR Tyler Martin (4-91, TD).
WHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Kane Roush (6-137), QB Trenton Gibbs (7-12 70, 2 TD’s), WR Kane Roush (2-30, TD).
BHS Defense Last Week: 213 rushing yds, 14 passing yds
WHS Defense Last Week: 127 rushing yds, 303 passing yds.
Notes: Over Belpre’s last two games running back Manny Tullius has accounted for 334 total yards and five touchdowns. Wahama hasn’t allowed a 100 yard game by a running back this season. 2007 was the last time Belpre defeated a West Virginia team (14-7 at Williamstown). Wahama has defeated Belpre by an average of 53 points the past two seasons. Wahama is averaging 6.8 yards per carry this season. The Golden Eagles have allowed 37.3 points per game this season, while scoring 27.3 points per game. The White Falcons have allowed just 8.7 points per game this season, while scoring 35.7 points per game.
Sherman Tide (0-3) at Hannan Wildcats (1-2)
Last Week: Sherman 38-8 loss vs. Wyoming East; Hannan 40-6 loss vs. Federal Hocking.
Last Meeting: N/A.
Current head-to-head streak: N/A.
SHS Offense Last Week: N/A rushing yds, N/A passing yds
HHS Offense Last Week: 118 rushing yds, 0 passing yds.
SHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Justin Clark (107, TD).
HHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Matt Wallace (5-83).
SHS Defense Last Week: 327 rushing yds, 27 passing yds
HHS Defense Last Week: 342 rushing yds, 45 passing yds.
Notes: Both teams struggled on the defensive side of the ball last Friday, both giving up over 350 total yards. The Tide have allowed 36.7 points per game this season, while scoring 12.7 points per game. Hannan has given up 32.7 points per game, while scoring 16.7 points per game. Neither team scored until the fourth quarter last week.