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Yough slams Burgettstown |

Yough slams Burgettstown

| Saturday, October 21, 2006 12:00 a.m

Cody Wilson rushed for 253 yards and four touchdowns on 11 carries as Yough blanked Burgettstown, 48-0, in a nonconference game Friday night.

Wilson has 19 rushing touchdowns, and 20 touchdowns on the season.

Yough, which raced to 41-0 in the first half, also got two touchdowns from Craig Sedunov. The senior slotback scored on a 29-yard pass from Justin Shaffer and a 6-yard run. Sedunov has 14 touchdowns on the season. Justin Shaffer completed 5 of 9 passes for 71 yards and two touchdowns.

Yough concludes its regular season at Southmoreland next week.

Carmichaels 7, Bentworth 6

Jeremy Ganocy returned an interception 59 yards in the first quarter for Carmichaels (4-4, 3-2) as it edged Bentworth (3-5, 2-3) in a non-conference game. Bentworth scored in the fourth quarter, but missed the extra point that would have tied the game. Carmichaels’ Logan Phillips carried the ball 18 times for 96 yards.

Belle Vernon 13, Derry 0

Jake Cramer hit Jordan Marish on a 31-yard strike to put Belle Vernon (4-4, 3-2) up early and it went on to shut out Derry (0-8, 0-5) in a Class AAA Keystone Conference game. Cramer finished with 118 yards, going 8 for 12 and one touchdown for Belle Vernon.

Knoch 18, Indiana 0

Knoch’s (4-4, 2-3) Alex Whistler had two touchdown runs of 11 yards and 63 yards as it blanked Indiana (3-5, 1-5) in a Class AAA Greater Allegheny Conference game. Whistler carried the ball 22 times for 170 yards for Knoch.

Hampton 34, Greensburg Salem 12

John Cangilla had three receptions for 115 yards and 3 touchdowns as Hampton defeated Greensburg Salem in a Class AAA Greater Allegheny Conference game. Hampton’s quarterback Bob Bartley passed for 175 yards and four touchdowns.

Serra 56, Frazier 8

Serra’s (7-1, 5-1) Ryan Saddish had two touchdowns, one a 2-yard run and another 61-yard pass from Marc Rozanski, as it rolled to a Class A Black Hills Conference victory over Frazier (2-6, 1-4).

Jefferson-Morgan 62, Geibel 0

Jarrod Moskola had four touchdowns, three on offense and one on defense, as Jefferson-Morgan (5-3, 4-1) trounced Geibel (0-8, 0-6) in a Class A Tri-County South game. Jefferson-Morgan’s Moskola ran for touchdowns of 28-yards, a11 yards and 12 yards and he returned an interception for 35 yards.

Pine-Richland 21, Ringgold 15

Spencer Whipple threw a 37-yard touchdown pass to Matt Klimczyk, putting Pine-Richland (8-0, 5-0) into an early lead that it did not lose as it defeated Ringgold (3-5, 3-2) in a non-conference game. Whipple threw 6-for-16 for a 118 yards and the 1 touchdown.

Brentwood 48, Charleroi 0

Eric Coxon completed 14 of 19 for 189 yards and 4 touchdowns as Brentwood (7-1, 6-1) held Charleroi (2-6, 1-6) scoreless in a Class AA Century Conference game. Brentwood’s D.J. Clark rushed for 108 yards on 5 carries, including a 78-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.

Laurel Highlands 17, Albert Gallatin 14

Alex Russell’s 36-yard field goal in the fourth quarter gave Laurel Highlands (3-5, 3-2) a Class AAA Keystone conference game over Albert Gallatin (3-5, 3-3). Laurel Highlands’ Randy Rankin’s 8-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Jodon tied the game in the fourth, setting up the chance for Russell’s field goal to clinch the victory.

Kittanning 41, Burrell 13

Kittanning (7-1, 6-1) had three players rush for over 100 yards as it rolled to a Class AA Allegheny Conference victory over Burrell (4-4, 4-3). Derek Taylor rushed for 127 yards and 2 touchdowns, Ryan Shepherd rushed for 118 yards and 2 touchdowns and Bobby Keys carried the ball 150 yards.

Washington 35, Southmoreland 7

Washington (3-5, 3-4) scored 20 points in the second quarter as it went on to defeat Southmoreland (2-6, 2-5) in Class AA Interstate Conference game. Shawn Vaughn had Washington’s longest touchdown run, a 30-yard run in the second quarter.

Jeannette 60, East Allegheny 6

Terrelle Pryor was 4-for-6 for 121 yards and 2 touchdowns as Jeannette (7-1, 6-1) beat East Allegheny (1-7, 1-7) in Class AA Interstate Conference game.

is a former freelancer.

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