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University blasts Elkins; SH soccer earns 1st win

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MORGANTOWN -- University's Derek Reynolds threw for 197 yards and four first half touchdowns, and the Hawks routed Elkins, 61-6.

Matt Webster carried nine times for 100 yards and a touchdown for University (6-0), while Kennedy Award candidate Adam Cantoni carried once for six yards. Dan Koepke caught five passes for 103 yards and 2 TDs.

Josh Price carried 11 times for 58 yards for Elkins.

n NORTH MARION 20, East Fairmont 19: Grant Paugh scored on a 5-yard run with less than a minute to play as North Marion (2-4) rallied for a win over East Fairmont (1-5).

Mike Potoczny led the Huskies with 176 yards on 28 carries, while Paugh finished with 89 yards, including three TDs.

Jason Vennis led the Bees with 161 yards and two touchdowns. His 16-yard run gave East Fairmont a 6-0 first-quarter lead.

n EAST HARDY 14, Valley Wetzel 8: Jesse Levenson rushed for 61 yards and one touchdown, and added a safety, as the Cougars topped the Lumberjacks.

Valley Wetzel's Luke Long led all rushers with 94 yards on 16 carries.

n MORGANTOWN BEATS PARK: Mark Wigal rushed for 103 yards and two TDs, and Alex Lake tallied 136 yards to lead the Morgantown ground attack. Wigal added a 20-yard interception return for a TD, which proved to be the game-winner.

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n SOUTH HARRISON 4, Preston 2: This week, the South Harrison Hawks soccer team got their first win of the season by beating Preston County.

"I got water dumped on me and that is usually reserved for a trip to the playoffs," coach Frank Bowers said.

Kris Fazzini scored on a penalty kick in the first quarter to put the Hawks up 1-0. Bowers then moved Ed Smith, who had 14 saves in the first quarter, from the goal to the field. The move paid off when Smith scored on an assist from John Romeo.

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