Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

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November 3, 2012

Roundup: Giles, Summers Co. win; PikeView defeated

PEARISBURG, Va. — Ian Mann, reigning Bluefield Daily Telegraph-Pocahontas Coal Association player of the week, ran for 283 yards on 21 carries and scored a touchdown in every quarter as the Giles Spartans pulled away in the second half to beat Radford 41-14 on Friday night.

Mann got the only score of the first quarter on a 1-yard run. He added a 48-yard touchdown scamper in the second period, after teammate Garrett Lee tallied on a 29-yard run.

Radford’s R.J. Jordan scored via a run and a pass reception to narrow the Spartans’ lead to 20-14 at halftime.

Those were the only points the visitors put on the board. Mann had scoring runs of 13 and 18 yards in the second half, and Giles’ Brett Whitlow ended the scoring with 5:06 left in the game on a 5-yard run. Whitlow ran for 106 yards on 17 carries.

The Spartans amassed 465 yards of offense, all on the ground. Giles attempted one pass which was incomplete. Radford quarterback Hunter Marshall was 7 for 15 passing for 109 yards.

Giles (9-1) finished the regular season with a 5-0 record and another Three Rivers District championship.

At Pearisburg

Radford.................................0   14   0    0  —  14

Giles......................................6   14   8   13  —  41

First Quarter

GIles - Ian Mann 1 run (run failed), 4:46

Second Quarter

Giles - Garrett Lee 29 run (kick blocked), 11:31

Radford - R.J. Jordan 14 run (Findley kick), 8:35

Giles - Mann 48 run (Lee pass from Mann), 6:18

Radford - Jordan 28 pass from Hunter Marshall (Findley kick), 1:00

Third Quarter

Giles - Mann 13 run (Lee pass from Mann), 9:00

Fourth Quarter

Giles - Mann 18 run (Lee kick), 10:35

Giles - Brett Whitlow 5 run (kick blocked), 5:06



RUSHING -G Mann 21-283, Whitlow 17-106.

PASSING - R Marshall 7-14-109 yds.



First downs: R 11, G 16. Yards rushing: R 164, G 465. Passing: G 0-1, R 7-15-1 intc.-109 yds. Total yards: R 273, G 465.

Midland Trail 43, PikeView 22

FAIRLEA — PikeView will head into the 2013 season with a 17-game losing streak after losing to the Patriots at Green-brier East High School.

Midland Trail improved to 6-4. PikeView dropped to 0-10.

No other information was available on the game.

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