Logan scores late to end losing skid, beat Nitro

October 1, 2018

LOGAN, W.Va. — It was a homecoming game to remember for the Logan High School football team.

Down four points with 1:30 left in the game, Logan quarterback Chucky Felder hit Michael Hall with a 73-yard touchdown pass, putting the Wildcats up for good as LHS beat the Nitro Wildcats 30-26 on Friday night in the annual Homecoming game at the Logan Football Stadium.

Logan snapped a four-game losing skid and won its first Cardinal Conference game of the season as LHS improved to 2-4 overall and 1-4 in the league. Nitro dropped to 1-5, 1-4.

Nitro went up 26-22 with 2:16 left in the game with freshman quarterback Trevor Lowe’s 1-yard touchdown run. Hall then won it with his long touchdown play.

CHAPMANVILLE 46, HERBERT HOOVER 13: The Tigers (4-2) stretched their winning streak to four games with a win at home.

Running back Nick Collier rushed 23 times for 254 yards and scored touchdowns on runs of 25, 15 and 5 yards.

Herbert Hoover (1-5) dropped its fifth straight game.

TUG VALLEY 20, BUFFALO 15: Tyler Chaffin hit Caleb May with a 32-yard touchdown pass with only 2:03 left in the game to give Tug Valley (3-2) the victory. Buffalo (0-6) outgained the Panthers 308 yards to 265.

PORTSMOUTH NOTRE DAME 16, GREEN 8: The Titans (1-5) won their first game this season while the Bobcats (5-1) sustained their first defeat. Notre Dame had scored just 55 points all season. Green came in averaging 42 points per game.

EASTERN-MEIGS 42, WAHA-MA 0: Blake Newland led the victorious Eagles (2-4) with 150 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Connor Ridenour threw for two scores and ran for one touchdown.

WELLSTON 20, RIVER VALLEY 0: The Golden Rockets (3-3) spoiled Homecoming for the Raiders (0-6). Rylan Molihan for Wellston picked up 166 yards on 17 rushes.

NELSONVILLE-YORK 30, MEIGS 22: The Buckeyes overcame a 22-10 deficit by outscoring the Marauders 20-0 in the second half. Keegan Wilburn ran for 178 yards, 142 in the second half, and two touchdowns for Nelsonville-York. Coulter Cleland completed 20 of 34 passes for 271 yards for Meigs.

SOUTHERN 54, SOUTH GALLIA 12: Trey McNickle ran for 154 yards and three touchdowns, and Logan Drummer passed for 135 yards as the Tornadoes (5-1) defeated the Rebels (1-5) in Racine, Ohio.

COAL GROVE 36, PORTSMOUTH 34: Nate Harmon passed for 129 yards and ran for 66 as the Hornets (4-2 overall, 2-1 Ohio Valley Conference) won at home against the Trojans (3-3, 1-2). Talyn Parker carried 19 times for 261 yards for Portsmouth. Aaron Music broke up a two-point conversion pass with 1:15 to play to prevent a tie.

ROCK HILL 35, SOUTH POINT 0: Zak Adkins ran for 156 yards and two touchdowns on 13 attempts as the Redmen (2-4) shut out the Pointers (0-6) at Alumni Stadium in South Point, Ohio. T.J. McGinnis ran for two TDs.

EASTERN PIKE 38, SYMMES VALLEY 12: Wyatt Hines ran for 120 yards and Parker Clemons 113 as the Eagles (3-3) stopped the Vikings (2-4). Keifer Wilson led Symmes Valley with 68 yards on 12 carries.

ASHLAND 48, BOYD COUNTY 0: The Tomcats, top-ranked in Kentucky Class AAAA, improved to 7-0 overall and 2-0 in district play by pounding their arch-rival Lions (2-4, 0-2). Ashland limited Boyd County to 140 total yards.

GREENUP COUNTY 56, ROWAN COUNTY 20: Eli Samons completed 21 of 28 passes for 363 yards and Dalton Halstead ran for 255 yards on 23 carries as the Musketeers (5-2) accumulated 704 yards in a triumph over the Vikings (4-3).

RUSSELL 47, FLEMING COUNTY 7: The Red Devils (3-3) clobbered the Panthers to win their third straight.

RACELAND 19, SOMERSET 17: Dalton Adkins returned an interception 75 yards for a touchdown to boost a 13-11 lead to 19-11 and secure the Rams victory over the Briar Jumpers in Somerset, Kentucky.

PHELPS 52, FAIRVIEW 0: The Hornets (4-1) routed the Eagles (0-5) to post their best start to a season since 1998.

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