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Calhoun To Play Braxton
At Glenville State, Friday
by Newton Nichols
     

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Friday’s varsity football game against Braxton County has been moved to Glenville State College’s Morris Stadium. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

Calhoun, 4-4 after a 45-38 loss to visiting Wirt County last Friday, dropped two places to 21st in Class A WVSSAC rankings. It was the fourth loss in five games for the Red Devils.

CHS needs the 13 ratings points it would get with a win over the Eagles to keep alive its slim chances of qualifying for the playoffs for the fourth time in five years.

Braxton, which began the season with four wins, has lost its last five games. It is ranked 22nd in Class AA.

Calhoun closes its regular season next week by hosting St. Marys, which will probably enter the contest on a seven-game losing streak and would provide only eight ratings points for a CHS victory.

Last Friday, Aaron Yoak spotted the Red Devils a 6-0 lead on the first play from scrimmage by returning an interception 19 yards.

Wirt answered with a 15-play drive that covered 70 yards, but came up inches short on fourth down at the two.

Fumbles, something that has plagued Calhoun all season, led directly to three of the Tigers’ five touchdowns in the first half. Those turnovers and 168 yards in passing gave Wirt a 33-6 lead.

The visitors expanded that lead to 39-6 on their first series of the second half, helped out by another five completions for 73 yards.

Calhoun scored on four of its next five possessions and added two-point conversions after each, but Wirt’s 13-play, 55-yard scoring drive came after the Red Devils had scored 24 of those unanswered points.

The drive gave the Tigers a 45-30 lead with 5:34 remaining.

CHS answered with its fourth touchdown of the half, a 12-yard run by quarterback Zach Moore and Randy Fluharty’s third two-point conversion with 2:10 left.

An onside kick failed, and Wirt ran out the clock for a 45-38 win.

The previous three TDs in the half for Calhoun were scored on a 17-yard pass from Moore to Preston Milan, Moore’s 40-yard run, and Randy Fluharty’s five-yard score.

Calhoun was led in rushing by Moore (9-67) and Fluharty (11-65). The defense was led in tackles by Darrenger Fluharty (12) and Ben Laughlin (11).

Calhoun will go after its fifth win against Braxton County on Friday, 7:30 p.m., at Glenville State College.

Wirt           14 19   6   6--45

Calhoun       6   0 16 16--38

C--Aaron Yoak, 19 interception

              return (run failed), 11:46

W--Zach Cheuvront, 13 pass from

       Jake Hutchinson (Devin Dye

                                       kick), 2:08

W--Dye, 7 pass from Hutchinson,

                                (Dye kick), :35

W--Hutchinson, 11 run

                              (Dye kick), 7:28

W--Cheuvront, 5 pass from

    Hutchinson (kick failed), 5:05

W--Tate Lender, 47 fumble return

                             (kick failed), :23

W--Levi Kerby, 20 pass from

          Hutchinson (kick blocked),

                                                  8:55

C--Preston Milan, 17 pass from

                      Zach Moore (Randy

                         Fluharty run), 7:03

C--Moore, 40 run

                       (Fluharty run), 1:37

C--Fluharty, 5 run

                        (Moore run), 11:53

W--Dalton Brindo, 5 pass from

    Hutchinson (kick failed), 5:34

C--Moore, 12 run

                       (Fluharty run), 2:10

 

TEAM STATISTICS

Calhoun                    Wirt

 9        First Downs    17

33-163 Rushes-Yardage 39-94

55     Passing Yardage       256

5-17-0  PC-PA-Int.     19-31-2

24     Return Yardage          47

2-36.5   Punts-Avg.        2-34.0

5-3      Fumbles-Lost           2-1

3-16  Penalties-Yards       4-40

 

OFFENSE

Calhoun rushing -- Zach Moore 9-67, Randy Fluharty 11-65, Darrenger Fluharty 10-36, Ben Laughlin 1-3, Daniel Sims 1- -1, team 1- -7. Total 33-163.

Calhoun passing -- Zach Moore 5-17-0, 55 yds.

Calhoun receiving -- Bronson Clark 3-26, Preston Milan 1-17, Aaron Yoak 1-12.

 

DEFENSE

Calhoun tackles (solos-assists-total) -- Darrenger Fluharty 8-4-12, Ben Laughlin 6-5-11, Bronson Clark 6-2-8, Dillon Mefford 3-5-8, Jacob Haught 2-5-7, Tim Sutro 2-5-7, Christian Cottrell 4-2-6, Cory Metz 3-3-6, Aaron Yoak 3-1-4, Randy Fluharty 1-3-4, Zach Moore 3-0-3, Austin Moore 2-0-2, Daniel Sims 2-0-2, Derrick Hardbarger 1-1-2, Justin Gerwig 0-1-1, Nathan Cosgrove 0-1-1. Total 46-38-84.

Interceptions -- Aaron Yoak 1-19, Justin Gerwig.

Fumble recoveries -- Darrenger Fluharty.

           Sacks -- None.

2009 CALHOUN VARSITY
FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

Calhoun 57  Gilmer 20 ..  W

Calhoun 35  Ritchie 8 ...  W

Calhoun 29  Doddridge 6  W

Calhoun 29  Catholic 39 .  L

Calhoun 22  Will’town 65  L

Calhoun 39  So. Harrison 32   W

Calhoun 15  Roane 26 ....  L

Calhoun 38  Wirt 45 .......  L

October

30  Braxton County .  Away

 

November

  6  St. Marys ...........  Home .. (Senior Night)

All games at 7:30 p.m.

Final 2009 Calhoun Junior
Varsity Football Results

Calhoun JV 22  Ritchie 16  W

Calhoun JV 28  Doddridge 13 ...........  W

Calhoun JV 12  Catholic 14  L

Calhoun JV   8  Will’town 26  L

Calhoun JV   8  So.Harrison 18            L

October

Calhoun JV   0  Wirt 24 .....  L

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