Miller Falcons (2-7, 0-7) at Wahama White Falcons (7-1, 6-1)
Last game: Wahama defeated South Gallia 46-28, in Mercerville; Miller lost to Belpre 39-0 in Hemlock.
Last meeting between the teams: October 26, 2012 in Hemlock, Wahama won 71-19.
Current head-to-head streak: Wahama has won three straight over the Falcons.
MHS offense last week: 125 rushing yards, 51 passing yards
WHS offense last game: 409 rushing yards, 61 passing yards.
MHS offensive leaders last week: QB Garrett Sinift 5-of-13, 51 yards, INT; RB Lane Mulford 12 carries, 81 yards; WR Garrett Bartley 2 receptions, 24 yards.
WHS offense leaders last game: QB Hunter Bradley 2-of-7, 61 yards, TD; RB Kane Roush 20 carries, 258 yards, 3TDs; WR Kane Roush 1 reception, 59 yards, TD.
MHS defense last week: 350 rushing yards, 30 passing yards.
WHS defense last game: 271 rushing yards, 55 passing yards.
Notes: Following their bye week the Wahama White Falcons will look to continue its roll when it hosts Miller Friday night at Bachtel Stadium. The White Falcons have outgained opponents 3,361-to-1,760 in eight games this season. Senior runningback Kane Roush surpassed the 1,000 yard mark in last week’s game and now sets at 1,136 rushing yards on 97 attempts with 17 scores. Roush also became the Wahama’s all-time leading rusher in last week’s game. Colton Neal has 742 rushing yards this season on 94 carries with 12 touchdowns. Signal caller Hunter Bradley has thrown for 636 yards this season on 27-of-57 passing with nine touchdowns and three interceptions. Bradley has also rushed for 223 yards and three scores on 49 attempts. The White Falcons have posted over 70 points in two straight seasons against MHS. Miller has lost three consecutive games and been shut out three times this season. The Falcons are led by senior signal caller Garrett Sinift with 1,130 yards passing and 561 yards rushing this year. Sinift has been picked off 11 times this season, while throwing for six touchdowns and running for six. The Purple and Black will look for their third win this season; they haven’t won three games in a season since 2003. Miller’s two wins this season is the most since 2010. Miller’s last trip to Bachtel Stadium resulted in a 74-8 Wahama victory. This is Miller’s second trip to Mason County this season; the Falcons defeated Hannan 26-20 in their first trip. Wahama is currently the eighth ranked team in Class A. The White Falcons have outscored opponents 362-to-106 this season.
Oak Glen Golden Bears (0-8) at Point Pleasant Big Blacks (8-0)
Last game: Point Pleasant traveled to Shady Spring; Oak Glen lost to East Liverpool 27-0, in New Manchester
Last meeting between the teams: October 27, 2012: Point Pleasant won 50-6 at New Manchester.
Current head-to-head streak: Point Pleasant has won two straight.
OGHS offense last game: 85 rushing yards, 85 passing yards.
PPHS offense last week: 372 rushing yards, 61 passing yards.
OGHS offensive leaders last game: QB Zac Porter 3-of-12, 85 yards, 3INTS; RB David Campbell 17 carries, 68 yards; WR Nathan Bebout 2 receptions, 69 yards.
PPHS offensive leaders last week: QB Aden Yates 5-of-6, 61 yards, TD; RB Chase Walton 12 carries, 209 yards, 4TDs; WR Levi Russell 1 reception, 20 yards, TD.
OGHS defense last game: 371 rushing yards, 81 passing yards.
PPHS defense last week: 106 rushing yards, 31 passing yards.
Notes: The Big Blacks roll continues and as they head into the final two games of the regular season still unbeaten. Last week was the fourth time this season PPHS surpassed 400 yards in a game. Through eight games Point Pleasant running duo Cody Mitchell and Chase Walton each have compiled over 1,000 total yards this season, Mitchell with 951 rushing yards and 183 receiving yards, and Walton with 741 rushing yards and 342 receiving yards. Walton has 17 total touchdowns this season and a Point Pleasant school record 39 career scores, while Mitchell has 12 on the year. Aden Yates has completed nearly 78 percent of his passes this season. Following their bye week the Golden Bears are still looking for their first win of the season. OGHS hasn’t held a team to less than 27 points in any game this season. Oak Glen has been outscored 291-to-90 in eight games this season. The Golden Bears have played its last two games under interm head coach Jason Kekseo. The Golden Bears threatened to score just one time in the East Liverpool game, but the Golden Bears fumbled one yard away from the endzone. That game was the third time Oak Glen was shutout this season. Prior to last week’s bye week Oak Glen had three consecutive home games. PPHS is outscoring opponents 355-to-100 on the season, while Oak Glen is being outscored 291-to-90. Oak Glen was 4-6 a season ago and the teams have no similar opponents this season. Point Pleasant begins its season ending two-game home stand with this contest. This is the Big Blacks first Saturday game of the season; it is Oak Glen’s second. Point Pleasant is ranked second and joins the Huntington Highlanders as the lone unbeaten teams in Class AAA this season. PPHS is currently rated third in Class AAA behind Huntington and Martinsburg. The Golden Bears are ranked last in class AA this season.
Montcalm Generals (2-7) at Hannan Wildcats (1-7)
Last Week: Hannan lost to Midland Trail 45-12, in Ashton; Montcalm defeated Tygarts Valley 33-6 in Mill Creek.
Last meeting between the teams: September 7, 2012: Montcalm won 69-14 at Hannan
Current head-to-head streak: Montcalm has won 5 straight.
MHS offense last week: 302 rushing yards, 29 passing yards.
HHS offense last week: 66 rushing yards, 46 passing yards.
MHS offensive leaders last week: QB Dakota Lanter 2 completions, 29 yards; RB Jason Grose 16 carries, 160 yards, 3TDs.
HHS offensive leaders last week: QB Adam Wilson 4-of-8, 46 yards, TD, INT; RB Matthew Wallace 8 carries, 38 yards; WR Matthew Wallace 3 receptions 38 yards, TD.
MHS defense last week: N/A.
HHS defense last week: 372 rushing yards, 50 passing yards.
Notes: The Wildcats will look to snap their six-game losing skid in their final Friday night game of the year. Hannan will host Hundred on Saturday afternoon next week in its season finale. This is Montcalm’s second of two straight road games and the final game of its season. Last week MHS snapped its seven-game losing skid with a 33-6 win over Tygarts Valley. That win was the first for the Generals since week 1 when they shutout Hundred 48-0. Matthew Wallace accounted for 74 if the Wildcats 112 total yards last week but seven different players carried the ball in the setback. The Wildcat defense forced five fumbles last week but was only able to recover one. Hannan’s offense fumbled the ball five times in last week’s game but recovered all five. The last time the Wildcats defeated the Generals was October 26, 2007 by a count of 12-6 in Ashton. Montcalm and Hannan have both defeated Hundred this season, while losing to both Twin Valley, and Midland Trail. Montcalm is the 34th ranked team in Class A, while Hannan is 35th.