By Staff Report Tuesday, September 18 2012 00:00
Friday Night Stars will be a regular feature, which will appear every week here at ValleySportsNow. We will take a look at the heroes and other interesting tidbits from the previous Friday night high school football games from around the area.
Pulaski County ended Richlands 32-game regular season win streak with a 28-17 victory Friday night.
Christiansburg’s Jordan Fenton made the game-saving tackle on a two-point conversion play to preserve Christiansburg’s 28-27 win against Bassett.
Galax’s Donte Peoples rushed for 280 yards on 40 carries and three TDs, as the Maroon Tide defeated Radford 40-28.
Fort Chiswell’s Brett Mabry completed 8-of-9 passes for 167 yards and two TDs, as the Pioneers defeated Chilhowie 49-14.
Radford’s Hunter Marshall completed 7-of-8 passes for 122 yards and three TDs in the Bobcats 40-28 loss to Galax.
James River’s Chris Moore rushed for 222 yards on 22 carries and four TDs, as the Knights defeated James River 42-7.
Rockbridge County ended its five game-losing streak dating back to the 2006 postseason against R.E. Lee with a 24-7 whipping Friday night.
James River’s Sherman Austin completed 7-of-11 passes for 126 yards in the Knights’ 42-7 win against Auburn.
East Mont’s James Fields completed 16-of-28 passes for 183 yards and a TD in the Mustangs 46-12 loss to Covington.
Floyd County backup quarterback Matt Bary completed a 43-yard TD pass to Brandon Simpkins with 2:02 left in the game to give the Buffaloes a 28-24 victory over George Wythe.
Patrick County’s Tre Penn completed 16-of-28 passes for 285 yards and two TDs in the Cougars 48-21 loss to Staunton River.
Staunton River’s Marcus Brown rushed for 148 yards on 18 attempts and three TDs, as the Golden Eagles defeated Patrick County 48-21.
Daniel Hamm of Fort Chiswell rushed for 114 yards and two TDs in the Pioneers 49-14 win against Chilhowie.
Rockbridge’s Porter Abell ran for 118 yards and two TDs, as the Wildcats beat R.E. Lee 24-7.
Roanoke Catholic’s Christopher Zoller ran for 140 yards in Roanoke Catholic’s 42-7 loss to Craig County.
Craig County’s Matt Quelette rushed for 126 yards on seven carries and a pair of TDs in the Rockets 42-7 win against Roanoke Catholic.
Galax’s Chris Poole completed 3-of-3 passes for 119 yards and a TD, as the Maroon Tide topped Radford 40-28.
Josh Gunter of Craig County ran for 107 yards on 10 carries and a TD in the Rockets 42-7 win over Roanoke Catholic.
Giles’ Ian Mann ran for 152 yards on eight carries and three TDs, as the Spartans beat Narrows 49-6.
James River’s Owen Deacon recorded 20 tackles in the Knights 42-7 win against Auburn.
Pulaski County’s Marcus McClanahan rushed for 126 yards on 13 attempts and two TDs, as the Cougars defeated Richlands 28-17.
Floyd County’s Gus Underwood completed 10-of-16 passes for 142 yards and a TD in the Buffaloes 28-24 win over George Wythe.
Franklin County’s Chance Tyree ran for 140 yards and two TDs as the Eagles defeated Magna Vista 33-30.
William Fleming’s Tyrell Adams completed 8-of-29 passes for 170 yards and two TDs in the Colonels 17-13 loss to E.C. Glass.
George Wythe’s Dominique Crockett ran for 153 yards on 15 carries and two TDs in its 28-24 loss to Floyd County.
Floyd’s Dorian Harris rushed for 126 yards on 24 carries in the Buffaloes 28-24 win over George Wythe.
Christiansburg’s De’Quan Green-Gause ran for 111 yards on 12 carries in the Blue Demons 28-27 win over Bassett.
Joey Augustin rushed for 102 yards on 20 attempts and a TD, as the Blue Demons defeated Bassett 28-27.
The Northside defense held Hidden Valley to 123 total yards of offense in the Vikings 35-20 win over Hidden Valley.
William Byrd’s Zac Hill rushed for 139 yards on 23 carries in the Terriers 28-21 loss to Salem.
William Byrd’s Simeon Horstmann ran for 128 yards on 23 tries in the Terriers 28-21 loss to Salem.
Salem’s Matt Hill completed 12-of-17 passes for 175 yards in the Spartans 28-21 win over Wm. Byrd.
Patrick Henry’s Xavier Whorley rushed for 119 yards on 10 carries in the Patriots 35-13 win over Blacksburg.
Lord Botetourt’s Connor Bronson connected on 6-of-7 passes for 119 yards in the Cavs 22-1`7 win over Cave Spring.
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