Area Roundup

September 30, 2006


No. 1 Martinsburg spreads wings in victory

STERLING, Va. - Josh Twyman ran for 123 yards and two touchdowns as No. 1 Martinsburg beat Potomac Falls 35-7 Friday night.

The Bulldogs (4-1) led 14-7 at halftime, but broke the game open with their running game by switching from their spread offense to the Wing-T.

Marcus Scott scored on a 67-yard run and Twyman added touchdown runs of 1 and 22 yards, all in the third quarter. Twyman has topped the 100-yard mark in all five games this season. Scott finished with 90 rushing yards.


Dustin Peters threw two touchdown passes in the first quarter - 48 yards to Q'Monte Matheny and 16 yards to Isaiah Alford.

No. 3 Greencastle 32, Big Spring 6

NEWVILLE, Pa. - Dustin Barry scored three touchdowns in Greencastle's Mid-Penn Colonial victory over Big Spring.

Barry scored on runs of 51 and 5 yards and caught a 7-yard touchdown pass from Adam Butts.

Conrad Myers rushed for 97 yards and a touchdown and Butts scored on a 6-yard run for the Blue Devils (3-2, 1-1), who rolled up 339 yards on the ground.

Derek Kramer rushed for 120 yards and scored on a 31-yard run for the Bulldogs (0-5, 0-2), who lost their 17th straight game.

Altoona 49, Chambersburg 14

ALTOONA, Pa. - Altoona scored three straight touchdowns in the first quarter and scored six touchdowns in the first half to defeat Chambersburg.

The Altoona (3-2) defense held the Trojans (0-5) to 183 yards and forced five turnovers, including two interception returns for touchdowns.

Chambersburg's Cheston Smith passed for 131 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown to M.J. Davis, and Taylor Caldwell scored the Trojans' second touchdown on a 1-yard run.

Milton Hershey 22, James Buchanan 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Milton Hershey's Michael Williams returned two punts for touchdowns as the Spartans shut out James Buchanan, despite losing five fumbles.

The Spartans (3-2), who outgained the Rockets (1-4) on the ground 257-86, added nine points to their lead in the fourth quarter on a safety and Clifton Hardison's 1-yard TD run.

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