BRISTOL, Va. —
Justin Brown ran for 165 yards and four touchdowns, leading the Virginia High Bearcats to a 49-7 win over Virginia High at Gene Malcolm Stadium on Friday night.
Virginia High scored 20 points in the second quarter to take a 27-0 halftime lead, and added 21 more points after the break.
Tazewell scored in the fourth on a 22-yard touchdown pass from T.J. Kitts to Juwan Jordan. Jacob McReynolds added the extra point kick.
Virginia High out-gained the Bulldogs 291-169.
McReynolds ran for 67 yards on 13 carries for Tazewell, while Jesse Mountain led the Bulldogs with four receptions for 29 yards.
Kitts was 5 of 10 for 51 yards, while Malik Davis completed two passes for 16 yards and an interception.
Tazewell will visit Mitchell Stadium on Friday.
Editor’s Note: Look for a more detailed report on the Tazewell game in Sunday’s Daily Telegraph.
Tazewell...............................0 0 0 7 — 7
Virginia High......................7 20 14 7 — 49
NARROWS, Va. — The streak is over.
Jeremy Nelson ran for 148 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries, leading Auburn to win over the Green Wave, snapping a 39-game losing streak for the Eagles that dates to 2009.
Seth Cox ran for 87 yards on 17 carries and a touchdown for the Eagles, who scored 13 third quarter points and 20 in the second half.
Rodney Perdue paced Narrows with 94 yards on 16 carries. Joe Hall was 3 of 14 for 55 yards and an interception for the Green Wave.
Narrows will host Eastern Montgomery next week.
Auburn....................................7 0 13 7 — 27
Narrows....................................0 0 0 0 — 0
A—Seth Cox 4 run (Max Tomblin kick)
A—Gabe Spencer 1 run (kick failed)
A—Jeremy Nelson 54 run (Tomblin kick)
A—Nick Parsell 9 run (Tomblin kick)
Summers Co. 18, PikeView 12
HINTON — T.J. Smith threw for a touchdown and ran for the game-winning score in the fourth quarter to lead the Bobcats to a hard-fought win over the Panthers.
Chris McBride connected with Tanner Farley on a 64 yard completion in the fourth quarter to account for the final margin. Hunter Moses scored on a 37-yard run in the first period to tie the score at 6-6.
Smith threw for 46 yards, while Isaiah Brown ran for 145 yards. McBride threw for 157 yards for PikeView.
Jaquan Ayers put Summers County up 6-0 in the first on a 30 yard run. The Bobcats answered the Moses touchdown with a 6-yard pass from Smith to Caleb Hannah.
Smith’s 2-yard run in the fourth quarter put the Bobcats up 18-6.
Summers County will host James Monroe next week, while PikeView will entertain Independence.