Middle school football heads into season’s second half
WAYNE — The county middle school team’s will enter the half way point of their season Thursday after putting week three in the books.
Buffalo edged a nail biter over Milton, 14-12, on the back of two Logan Perry touchdowns and a Gunner Berry two-point conversion.
Ceredo-Kenova and Wayne ousted their opponents in blowout fashion. C-K played at Buffalo due to Spring Valley’s field maintenance. The Wonders shutout Fairview, 32-0, putting up all their points in the first half led by the speed of quarterback Dalton Fouch.
Wayne also destroyed their opponent cruising over winless Huntington East, 52-0. That’s the Pioneer’s first shutout of the season and a table turning point for Wayne’s young team.
Vinson picked up their first loss of the season on the road at Paintsville. The independent school located in Kentucky played power football sweeping past the Tigers, 32-0.
Wayne and Vinson will matchup for an in county rival this Thursday at 6 p.m.
Buffalo and C-K will continue their non-conference schedule, Buffalo at home against Guyan Valley and C-K playing at Vinson due to more field maintenance.