Summers County 19
The Pocahontas County High School Warriors traveled to Hinton Friday night to face the Summers County Bobcats.
It was a soggy and chilly night for football.
The Warriors were first on the board with a 75-yard run by QB Wyatt Workman. Conversion was no good. The 6 – 0 score held throughout the first quarter.
The Bobcats responded in the second quarter with a 29-yard pass – the extra point was good. The score at the half, Warriors 6, Bobcats 7.
The Bobcats put the only points on the board in the third quarter, with a three-yard run, but the extra point was no good. Score at the end of third quarter Warriors 6, Bobcats 13.
With 8:15 left in the fourth quarter, RB Morgan Mason scored on a 6-yard run and Workman made the two-point conversion, bringing the score to Warriors 14, Bobcats 13.
With 59 seconds left in the game the Bobcats scored again but the extra point was no good.
With the seconds ticking off and the score standing at Warriors 14, Bobcats 19, the Warriors pushed down the field to the 25-yard line but were not able to score before time ran out.
Final score would be Warriors 14, Bobcats 19.
Defensively, Mark Jordan led the Warriors with seven tackles, followed by Michael Morrison with 5.5, Wyatt Workman with 4.5 and two interceptions and Danny Kimble with four. Ryan Irvine also had an interception. Drake Warder blocked two punts.
Offensively, Workman racked up 144 yards rushing and 53 yards passing. Mason finished with 53 yards rushing and 39 yards receiving.
The Warriors have a bi-week so there is no game this Friday night.
For the last home game of the season, the Warriors will host the Dragons of Cameron Friday, November 4, at 7 p.m.
That will be Senior Night for all PCHS football players, cheerleaders and band members.