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Wahama senior Brandon Stewart runs into the endzone for a touchdown in front of teammate Wesley Harrison during the White Falcons victory at Eastern in week three.
Wahama senior Brandon Stewart runs into the endzone for a touchdown in front of teammate Wesley Harrison during the White Falcons victory at Eastern in week three.
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Waterford Wildcats (1-3, 1-2) at Wahama White Falcons (3-1, 2-1)


Last Week: Wahama defeated Belpre 60-8 in Belpre; Waterford lost to Eastern 28-0 in Tuppers Plains.


Last Meeting: September 21, 2012 Wahama won 64-35 at Waterford.


Current head-to-head streak: Wahama has won five straight


Waterford offense last week: 34 rushing yards, 12 passing yards.


Wahama offense last week: 342 rushing yards, 119 passing yards.


Waterford offensive leaders last week: QB Joe Pugh 5-of-13, 12 yards, 2INTs; RB Austin Lang 12 carries, 31 yards; WR Jaret McCutcheon 2 catches 8 yards.


Wahama offensive leaders last week: QB Hunter Bradley 4-of-5, 119 yards, 2TDs; RB Kane Roush 6 carries, 124 yards, 3TDs; WR Kane Roush, 2 catches, 88 yards, 2TDs.


Waterford defense last week: 156 rushing yards, 105 passing yards.


Wahama defense last week: 105 rushing yards, 99 passing yards.


Notes: The White Falcons return home fresh off their second 60 point performance of the season and their second straight victory of over 50 points. The Wildcats offense has been absent since week one, as Waterford has suffered three consecutive shutout losses. Wahama senior Kane Roush has scored 13 times this season including 10 times over the last two games. Wahama averaged 11.5 yards per play last Friday, while holding Belpre to just over three. Six of the White Falcons’ scores last week came from over 30 yards out. The Red and White hold a 135 point differential this season, while Waterford’s is -95 Wahama is 7-1 against the Green and White since 2001. This is the second straight road game for the Wildcats. Waterford last defeated Wahama in the 2006 season opener in Washington County by a count of 12-0. In the five games since then Wahama has outscored Waterford 214-77. Wahama is still the only team to score against the League leading Trimble Tomcats this season.


Winfield Generals (2-1) at Point Pleasant Big Blacks (3-0)


Last Game: Point Pleasant defeated Logan 37-21 in Logan; Winfield defeated Ripley 49-20 in Winfield.


Last Meeting between teams: September 21, 2012, Point Pleasant won 18-13 in Winfield.


Current head-to-head streak: Point Pleasant has won one straight


WHS offense last game: 454 rushing yards, 105 passing yards.


PPHS offense last week: 243 rushing yards, 76 passing yards.


WHS offensive leaders last game: QB Toby Smith 14-of-19 105 yards; RB Chris Turner 11 carries, 146 yards, 6TDs.


PPHS offensive leaders last week: QB Aden Yates 3-of-7, 76 yards, INT; RB Cody Mitchell 18 carries, 149 yards; WR Cody Mitchell 1 catch, 46 yards.


WHS defense last game: 233 rushing yards, 98 passing yards.


PPHS defense last week: 34 rushing yards, 60 passing yards.


Notes: The Big Blacks will look to continue their roll Friday night when they host the Generals of Winfield at Ohoi Valley Bank Track and Field. Point Pleasant has dominated the run game this season, outgaining opponenets 1,017-to-160 on the ground. In fact, the Big Blacks have score more points this season (180) than they have given up on the ground (160). Opponents of PPHS have managed just 42 combined points this season and none in the fourth quarter. Cody Mitchell has led the running game for PPHS this season with 391 yards on 37 carries, just over 10.5 yards per attempt. Nine different PPHS players have scored touchdowns this season. The Generals were 4-6 last season but have started 2-1 this year. PPHS has defeated Winfield five times in seven tries since 2002. This is Winfield’s first road game of the year. Both teams handled Ripley with ease this season, PPHS wininng 63-7 and the Generals winning 49-20.

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