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Collins, Chapmanville ground Logan in 35-14 win


Chapmanville's Andrew Topping (11) intercepts a pass intended for Logan's Chase Hatfield (6) in the fourth quarter of the Tigers 35-14 win over the Wildcats on October 20 at Willis-Nisbet Stadium (Photo courtesy of Holly Eldridge/Holly Eldridge Photography).


Bill Lusk | WVOW Sports


LOGAN Jeremy Collins rushed for 165 yards and a touchdown to lead Chapmanville to a 35-14 win over county rival Logan last Friday night at Willis-Nisbet Stadium.


Andrew Topping ran for 61 yards and Elijah Pridemore rushed for 42 yards and two touchdowns for Chapmanville, who rushed for 284 yards, threw for 175 yards and finished with 459 yards of total offense despite three turnovers.


Chapmanville got on the board in the first quarter when Pridemore scored the first of his two touchdowns, a 3-yard run to put the Tigers up 7-0 following Sebastian Carrillo's extra point with 4:56 remaining in the opening quarter.


The Tigers added to their lead in the second quarter when Austin Adkins hauled in a 13-yard touchdown pass from Nate Easterling for a 14-0 lead with 10:26 to play in the first half.


Easterling, making his first career high school start at quarterback, completed 11 of 15 passes for 120 yards, throwing for one touchdown and was intercepted twice in the win.


Logan trimmed the deficit to 14-7 when Adam Baisden hooked up with Gage Green for an 18-yard touchdown pass with 7:23 to play before halftime.


Baisden completed just 10 his 28 passes for 89 yards. He threw two touchdowns but was intercepted four times.


Collins ran in from 20-yards out with 4:13 to play in the first half and Carrillo, the Tigers kicker, took a direct snap on the extra point attempt and ran in for the two-point conversion to put Chapmanville on top 22-7.


Logan trimmed the deficit to eight, 22-14, when Baisden found Julius Clancy for a 2-yard touchdown pass with 10:19 to play in the fourth quarter.


Chapmanville answered on its next drive as Pridemore scored from 8-yards out to take a 29-14 lead with 6:05 to play.


Topping ended all hopes of a Wildcats rally when he intercepted Baisden's pass with just over 1:30 to play.


All that was left was for Chapmanville to take a knee, but the Tigers shocked the Willis Nisbet Stadium crowd as Topping hooked up with Benji Adkins for a 55-yard touchdown pass with 1:19 to play to make the score 35-14.


Adkins had five catches for 96 yards, Adkins caught three passes for 30 yards and rushed for 24 yards on five carries and Topping had one pass completion for 55 yards and caught two passes for 14 yards.


Caden Justice caught three passes for 28 yards for Logan while Green hauled in three receptions for 27 yards and Clancy reeling in three passes for 25 yards. Justice was the leading rusher for the Wildcats, rushing for 14 yards on three carries while Cross Conn ran for 10 yards on three carries.


Chapmanville snapped a two-game losing streak and improved its record to 4-4 while Logan lost for the sixth straight time and fell to 1-7.

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