Extra Points: Waterford, South Gallia Cruise to Big Wins

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Federal Hocking @ South Gallia

At times, teams can use a powerful offense to conquer a defense with ease. This was the case with the South Gallia Rebels (1-1, 1-0), as they topped the Federal Hocking Lancers (0-2, 0-2), 44-13.

The leading player in this attack was quarterback was Landon Hutchinson.  Along with showing his strong arm, the quarterback had tools to make his productivity turn into accuracy and yards on the ground. This even accounted for when he had the ball in his hands.

Hutchinson rushed in 12 of his team’s 44 points in the first quarter. He ended the match with 12 carries and 188 yards while tossing 10-of-18 for 99 yards and a touchdown.  When Hutchinson wasn’t on the running prowl, Isaiah Geiger and Johnny Sheets were, combining for 114 yards, three touchdowns and just one fumble.

Despite being at the opposite end of the score, the Lancers managed to show some spark in the final minutes. This ignition was headed by quarterback A.J. Cobb.

Cobb threw 9-of-21, accumulating 121 yards, while having no fumbles and two touchdowns. Federal Hocking’s receivers accounted for seven catches, 81 yards and two touchdowns.

South Gallia looks to keep its winning ways next Friday when they travel to TVC-Hocking powerhouse Trimble. Federal Hocking looks to receive its first victory of the season against Belpre.

Waterford @ Wahama

High school football is notorious for its unpredictable nature and constant upsets. This was the summary in Mason as the Waterford Wildcats (1-1, 1-1) handed the Wahama Falcons (1-1, 0-1) a 34-0 loss.

Isaac Huffman, Dalton Ball, and the rest of the Wildcat offense surged out to a 28-0 lead by the end of the first half and never looked back. Defensively, the Wildcats were even better, shutting off any room in which the White Falcons could have operated.

Wahama’s offense looked flustered throughout the evening, accumulating turnovers and several mental miscues.

Waterford will look to maintain its momentum next week against Fort Frye while Wahama will look to bounce back against the Southern Tornadoes