[caption id="attachment_10340" align="alignleft" width="300"]<a href="http:\/\/pocahontastimes.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/25\/2015\/10\/Warriors1.web_.jpg"><img src="http:\/\/pocahontastimes.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/25\/2015\/10\/Warriors1.web_-300x191.jpg" alt="Pocahontas County High School senior Dalton Irvine is on his way to putting the first points on the board at Friday night\u2019s game. The Warriors defeated the Tygart Valley Bulldogs, 49-22. Photo courtesy of Dawn Workman" width="300" height="191" class="size-medium wp-image-10340" \/><\/a> Pocahontas County High School senior Dalton Irvine is on his way to putting the first points on the board at Friday night\u2019s game. The Warriors defeated the Tygart Valley Bulldogs, 49-22. Photo courtesy of Dawn Workman[\/caption]\r\n\r\n<a href="http:\/\/pocahontastimes.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/25\/2015\/10\/Warriors1.web_1.jpg"><img src="http:\/\/pocahontastimes.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/25\/2015\/10\/Warriors1.web_1-300x191.jpg" alt="Warriors1.web" width="300" height="191" class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-10341" \/><\/a>\r\n\r\nDawn Workman\r\nContributing Writer\r\n\u00a0\r\nIt was a chilly night in Mill Creek, and a perfect night for high school football, as the Pocahontas County High School Warriors took on the Tygarts Valley Bulldogs.\r\nPCHS won the toss and prepared to receive the kick-off. The ball went into the end zone, so the Warriors started the game on their own 20 yard-line.\r\nOn the second play, QB Wyatt Workman connected with WR Dalton Irvine and the Warriors put the first numbers on the board. Kicker JD Hensler put the first of the night\u2019s seven extra points through the uprights.\r\nHensler was seven for seven on extra point attempts for the night.\r\nThe Bulldogs proved ready to respond, and after a few good runs, and some penalties against the Warriors, they scored on a rush from the four-yard line, and the two-point conversion was good.\r\nThe Warriors came right back with a TD run by RB Morgan Mason. The extra point brought the score to 14 \u2013 8, Warriors.\r\nThe Warrior defense, with Brady Jones, Logan Davis and Mark Jordan leading the tribe and getting key tackles, slowed down the Bulldogs\u2019 offense. The ball was back in Warrior hands with just over seven minutes left in the first quarter, and another trip into the end zone brought the score to 21 \u2013 8.\r\nA sack by senior Chase Erlewine caused a fumble, which was recovered by Hensler who ran it in for the score.\r\nThe Bulldogs scored once more in the first quarter, which ended with Warriors 28, Bulldogs 14.\r\nThe second quarter was filled with Warrior action from both offense and defense.\r\nThe Warriors added two more TDs and extra points, and allowed one for the Bulldogs, bringing the score at the half to 42 \u2013 22.\r\nThe second half of the game was all about defense, and neither team scored in the third quarter.\r\nWith 3:43 left in the fourth quarter, Mason rushed for the final TD of the night, making the final score Warriors 49, Bulldogs 22.\r\nMason racked up 159 yards and three TDs in the game.\r\nThe Warriors, 6 -2 for the season, will travel to Man Friday night to take on the Hillbillies (7-1).