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no easy games in our conference, Indians coach Eddie Smolder said Thursday. kids didn have time to worry about losing last week because they knew we had another big game this week with Mingo Central. They done a good job at getting back to work and getting ready, and that what they have to do. teams have met just once, although Tops At Debenhams this Golf T Shirts is the Miners third year in the Cardinal Conference. That earlier meeting was a historic one, as Sissonville beat Mingo Central 28 18 in the first round of the 2013 Class AA playoffs in the first postseason game played at the Indians home field.
Standing contracts with other schools prohibited Mingo Central from playing a full conference schedule until this year.
The Miners enter the game with wins over then No. 9 Wyoming East in their season opener and last week against Tolsia, and have outscored their opponents 85 36.
playing pretty well. We knew they had a lot of kids coming back from the team they had last year, and from the film that (Mingo Central coach) Yogi (Kinder) sent us they gotten a good bit better, Smolder said. going to be a challenge. Central senior running back Chase Justice has 362 yards in two games, but turned an ankle against the Rebels last week. He is expected to play Friday.
After entering the year with junior Jared Wilkinson expected to carry the load for the Indians running attack, a number of backs have made key contributions early, including sophomore quarterback Chance Brown. Junior Austin Burford leads Sissonville with 198 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries. Wilkinson has run for 166 yards on 32 carries and Brown who led the rushing attack against Wayne with 76 yards has 111 yards on 16 carries.
a coach it always better to have a number of guys you can go to in the running game, especially when you running a no huddle offense, Smolder said. makes it a lot harder on a defense than when they can just load up and key on one guy they know is going to get the ball, and makes it harder for them to make adjustments. other area games Friday:
Class AAA Jnco Jeans,Barbour Kelsall,Coats Size 20 No. 2 Capital (1 0) at Princeton (1 1) The Cougars fought off a scare to get a 29 28 win Barbour Outlet Store over Princeton last year at University of Charleston Stadium, but have won seven in a row against the Tigers dating to 2006. Capital junior quarterback Tyrhee Pratt accounted for 352 yards and four touchdowns last week in the team 60 12 rout of Riverside.
Class AAA No. 6 Spring Valley (2 0) at No. 3 South Charleston (2 0) See story, page 1B.
Class A No. 10 Buffalo (2 0) at Poca (0 2) The Dots have found it difficult to get their offense going in two games under first year head coach Teddy Stewart. Poca has 395 total yards in losses to Nicholas County and Nitro. Buffalo, coming off an 0 10 season in 2013, blasted Class AA River View last week 55 32.
St. Albans (0 2) at George Washington (1 1) Valley transfer Druw Bowen saved the Patriots from an 0 2 start by returning a kickoff for a touchdown late in the game against Ashland Paul Blazer (Ky.) last week, giving them a 27 26 win and exponentially improving their chances of making the playoffs this season. St. Albans has been outscored 98 32 in losses to South Charleston and Spring Valley.
Riverside (0 2) at Hurricane (1 1) The Redskins offense looked much more efficient against Nitro last week than it did against Huntington a week earlier, and Hurricane has a chance to further improve its health Friday against a struggling Warriors team that has given up Coats Group,Dress With Sleeves,Jeans In Spanish 130 points in two games.
Winfield (0 2) at Ripley (0 2) The Generals have yet to score a point this season, and travel to take on a Vikings team that is coming off a 52 0 loss to Point Pleasant.
River View (1 1) at Herbert Hoover (1 1) Hoover chances to move above the .500 mark took a drastic improvement after Buffalo dismantled River View last week. The Raiders had beaten rival Mount View 53 14 a week earlier and seemed like a potential playoff candidate. The Huskies Shaun Dotson leads the Kanawha Valley with 416 rushing yards and three touchdowns.