Middle school football players hit the field for week two
Buffalo and Vinson squared off in the first county matchup of the season in Westmoreland. Buffalo opened the game with a defensive stop and a turnover on downs. Starting quarterback Logan Perry fumbled the first snap and Vinson linebacker Cam Bailey recovered, knocking Perry down and sidelining him for the rest of the game. After Perry’s injury, Vinson punched in a touchdown on the back of Bruin Booth. Liam McGuire hooked up with Brandon Karr for the two-point conversion.
Buffalo had six turnovers on the night which held them to under 25 plays. Their only score came in the fourth quarter on a Gunner Berry run from four yards out.
Vinson moves to 2-0 on the season after the 14-6 win and Buffalo moves to 1-1.
Wayne had a nail biting loss against Milton 22-20 on the road. Layne Adkins punched in the first touchdown for the Pioneer’s from four yards out capped off with a Porter Brumfield two-point conversion. Mark Baisden had an 8-yard touchdown of his own to make the score 14-14. Brumfield hooked up with Isiah Lowe on a 45-yard touchdown pass to cap off Wayne’s scoring. Jaxon Damron and Harry Sowards showed on on defense with a fumble recovery and stellar pass coverage.
Ceredo-Kenova rolled in a 52-0 win over Huntington East. Ty Smith, Dalton Fouch, Zack Edwards, Alex Carter, and Devin Willis all crossed the goaline in the wealth sharing win for the Wonders. C-K held Huntington East under 150 total yards on the night. Stay tuned to the Wayne County News next week for a week four roundup of the county teams.