Preps Area Roundup

August 25, 2007


MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Dustin Peters was 8-for-16 passing for 125 yards, including a 56-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Mason, and also rushed for a team-high 98 yards for Martinsburg as the Bulldogs opened their season with a commanding 29-3 road win over Morgantown, which came into the game ranked fifth in the Charleston Daily Mail state poll.

Martinsburg was ranked second.

"This is a huge win for us on the road against such a great program, especially coming in with fresh faces and with some inexperienced players," said Martinsburg head coach David Walker. "I'm very pleased with how we reacted under pressure."

Two rushing touchdowns - Peters from 5 yards and Jordan Fields from a yard out - gave Martinsburg a 14-3 lead going into halftime. Brett Rogers added a 5-yard TD run in the third quarter and James Jordan added a 28-yard field goal with 4:41 left in the game to complete the rout.


The Bulldogs were exceptional on defense as well, allowing Morgantown just 149 yards of total offense.

"Our defense really kept us in the game," said Walker. "We're not where we need to be offensively yet, but we're still getting better. Dustin (Peters) did what you expected a senior quarterback to do. He led our team, and that's what we expect."

Ben Miller threw for 93 yards on 9-of-18 passing for the Mohigans (0-1), while Tyler Anderson had a team-high 42 receiving yards.


Berkeley Springs 2, Keyser 2

KEYSER, W.Va. - Jordan Reedy and Corrie Riffle each had a goal and an assist for the Indians (1-0-1) as they tied Keyser on Friday.

On Thursday, Berkeley Springs opened its season with a 9-0 win over visiting Petersburg. Riffle had three goals and three assists, Reedy had two goals and an assist and Amanda Waltman had 10 saves in the shutout. Riffle and Trump both recorded their 50th career goals.


Berkeley Springs 6, Petersburg 0

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Matt Martin had three goals and an assist and Josh Wise had two goals and two assists as Berkeley Springs blanked Petersburg on Thursday.

Aaron Carr had a goal, Gudiel Guzman had two assists and goalies Dustin Triplett and John Gordon combined for seven saves in the shutout for the Indians.

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