Preps Football Area Roundup

October 07, 2006


Clarksburg holds off Hancock in final seconds

HANCOCK - Hancock quarterback Matt McCoy's pass for a two-point conversion was tipped away in the final seconds as Clarksburg prevailed 8-6 on Friday night.

McCoy connected with Jeff McCarty for a 10-yard touchdown pass with 15 seconds left in the game to set up the chance for a tie.

The Panthers recovered a Clarksburg fumble to start their late scoring drive.

McCarty rushed for 75 of Hancock's 191 yards. The Panthers (0-5) outgained Clarksburg 266-187, but were flagged for 157 yards in penalties.


Brandon Martin threw a 6-yard touchdown pass and also ran in for the two-point conversion that proved the difference in the game.The Coyotes' (3-2) second-quarter scoring drive went 78 yards, their longest of the game.

No. 1 Martinsburg 14, Park View 7

STERLING, Va. - Josh Twyman rushed for 175 yards - his sixth straight 100-yard rushing game - and a touchdown as the Bulldogs beat previously unbeaten Park View on a muddy field.

Twyman, the leading rusher in the Tri-State area, eclipsed the 900-yard mark for the season.

The Bulldogs (5-1) led 14-0 at halftime and held Patriots running back Deric Dudinski, who ran for 406 yards last week, to 39 yards on 17 carries. Dudinski scored on a 1-yard run late in the third quarter.

No. 5 Berkeley Springs 42, Westmar 7

LONACONING, Md. - Nathan Sirbaugh completed four passes, all for touchdowns, to lead the Indians in a rout of Westmar.

Sirbaugh connected with Cody Hess on a 66-yard pass, Dan Lacy on a 47-yard pass, Justin Thomas on a 28-yard pass and Foster Sirbaugh on a 76-yard pass. Hess also scored on an 11-yard run and Nicholas Campanelli recovered a fumble in the end zone to open the scoring for Berkeley Springs (4-2).

Jeremey Shingler scored on an 11-yard run for Westmar (1-4), ruining the Indians' shutout bid with 51 seconds left in the game.

Bishop McDevitt 49, Chambersburg 6

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Bishop McDevitt held Chambersburg to 38 yards and scored five touchdowns in the first 17 minutes of their Mid-Penn Commonwealth victory over the Trojans.

Kyle Koncar threw two touchdown passes and six different Crusaders found the end zone. Bill Stair ran for a pair of touchdowns in the second half for McDevitt (5-1, 4-1), which gained 403 yards.

M.J. Davis had the lone highlight for the Trojans (0-6, 0-6), running for a 44-yard touchdown in the third quarter.

Two games postponed

Two local high school football games were postponed Friday night because of poor field conditions.

Smithsburg will host Catoctin in an MVAL Antietam game today at 2 p.m., while No. 2 Jefferson welcomes Fort Hill for a CVAL showdown tonight at 7.

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