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Logan's Carson Kirk fights for yards during the Wildcats' matchup against Herbert Hoover Friday night in Elkview.
The Chapmanville Tigers ended the Man Hillbillies playoff bid with 40-28 win at Tiger Stadium Friday night. Both teams end their 2021 campaigns at 4-6 overall.
On the opening drive of the third quarter, the Hillbillies were on the move in Tiger territory.
Justin Grimmett had the ball ripped away, and Chapmanville returned the fumble all the way to the two-yard line where one play later, Brody Dalton rushed in for the touchdown to extend the Tigers lead to 26-14.
Man would answer back on their ensuing drive as Jordan Adams scored his second touchdown of the game on a seven-yard romp to close the gap to 26-21 midway through the third quarter.
The Hillbillies forced a fumble on the kickoff and recovered inside the Tiger 30-yard line, and three plays later, on the verge of retaking the lead, Chapmanville was able to force another fumble and recovered at their own eight-yard line.
Chapmanville put the final nail in Man’s coffin as Dalton and Charles Stallard continued to wear down an exhausted Man defense. An eighteen-yard touchdown by Dalton secured the win for the Tigers
Herbert Hoover decisively defeated the Logan Wildcats Friday night with a final score 48-6. The Huskies earned their first 10-0 season since 1977. A punt return score and interception return by Devin Hatfield in the victory for Hoover.
A Christian Cooper touchdown in the final eighteen seconds soared the Scott Skyhawks to pinch out the Wildcats of Nitro, 22-18.
A 70-yard touchdown in the final minute of the game earned the victory for the Wayne Pioneers 26-20 over the Poca Dots. This was the second straight loss for Poca on the season with a record now 7-2
Tug Valley also rallied from a scoreless game, down two touchdowns, to rebound and go on to defeat Van 42-20
Mount View squeaked out a victory over Greenbrier West battling back from a 14-0 deficit to finish with a final score 18-14. The Golden Knights end the season with a record 9-1
Parkersburg South contributed the third straight loss to Princeton this season with a final score 44-34
Greenbrier East defeated Lincoln County 61-22
Sherman went over Wirt County 48-34
Bluefield trounced Mingo Central 55-6
Liberty Raleigh outmatched Wyoming East 54-6
Richwood edged out Riverview 38-34
Nicholas County walloped Pikeview 54-14