Jordan Wilson ran for 175 yards and three touchdowns, including a 1-yard run with 4:36 left to lead River View to an 18-14 win over James Monroe on Friday night.
Greg Marshall added 58 yards on 16 carries for the Raiders, who improved to 3-1.
Reed McNeer ran for 108 yards on 17 carries and a touchdown, and Isaiah Clarkson added 64 yards and a score on 12 attempts.
River View out-gained James Monroe 259-229, with all the Raiders’ yards coming on the ground. The Mavericks had 219 of its yards on the ground.
The Raiders had 16 first downs to 13 for James Monroe.
James Monroe (1-3) will visit Chapmanville next Friday.
River View...................6 6 0 6 — 18
James Monroe............8 0 6 0 — 14
RV—Jordan Wilson 5 run (pass failed)
JM—Isaiah Clarkson 15 run (Tyler Moore run)
RV—Wilson 20 run (run failed)
JM—Reed McNeer 6 run (run failed)
RV—Wilson 1 run (pass failed)
Auburn 42, Montcalm 27
RINER, Va. — Dakota Lanter ran for 116 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries, but the Generals dropped a decision to the Eagles.
Auburn is 4-0, despite entering this season having lost 39 straight games.
Montcalm also received 64 yards on 15 carries and a score from Jason Grose, while Ryan Absher added 74 yards on nine attempts.
Montcalm (1-4) also recovered three Auburn fumbles.
The Generals will visit Northwood on Friday.
Montcalm...........19 0 0 8 — 27
Auburn...............14 14 7 7 — 42
A - Lawson 80 yard kickoff return (Tomlin kick)
M - Grose 6 run (kick failed)
M - Lanter 49 yard fumble return (kick failed)
M - Lanter 4 run (Poynter kick)
A - Cox 1 run (Tomlin kick)
A - Parcell 10 run (Tomlin kick)
A - Cox 13 pass from Spencer (Tomlin kick)
A - Parcell 9 run (Tomlin kick)
M - Grose 3 run (Lanter run)
A - Parcell 6 run (Tomlin kick)
Summers Co. 27, Greenbrier West 20
CHARMCO — T.J. Smith scored on a 28-yard run with 49 seconds left in the game and the Bobcats remained unbeaten on the season, improving to 5-0 against the Cavaliers.
Summers County road the legs of Smith and Isaiah Brown to victory.
Smith has 122 yards and two touchdowns, and also caught a 28-yard scoring pass from Matt Ryan to put the Bobcats up 7-0 in the opening period.
Brown added 142 yards on the ground, and also scored on a 68-yard run to put the Bobcats up 20-14 going into the final period.
That duo also played big on defense, with Smith having a fumble recovery and Brown intercepting a pass.
Greenbrier West tied the score at 20-20 on a Chase McClung 3-yard run with 7:22 on the clock, but Summers County survived on the late play by Smith.
Malik Boatright paced Greenbrier West (4-1) with 118 yards on the ground.
Summers County (5-0) will visit Covington on Friday.