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Wahama senior runningback Colton Neal (21) escapes a Fayetteville tackler during the White Falcons' week one victory at Bachtel Stadium. (Sarah Hawley/photo)
Wahama senior runningback Colton Neal (21) escapes a Fayetteville tackler during the White Falcons' week one victory at Bachtel Stadium. (Sarah Hawley/photo)
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Trimble Tomcats (1-0, 0-0) at Wahama White Falcons (1-0, 0-0)

Last Week: Wahama defeated Fayetteville 60-26 in Mason; Trimble defeated Nelsonville-York 40-0 in Glouster.

Last Meeting between the teams: August 31 2012, Wahama won 25-12 at Trimble.

Current head-to-head streak: Wahama has won three straight.

THS Offense Last Week: 201 rushing yards, 181 passing yards.

WHS Offense Last Week: 374 rushing yards, 100 passing yards.

THS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Konner Standley 11-of-20, 181 yards, TD; RB Jacob Koons 8 carries, 56 yards; WR Austin Downs 8 receptions, 107 yards.

WHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Hunter Bradley 5-of-7, 99 yards, TD, INT; RB Kane Roush 10 carries, 134 yards, 3TDs; WR Colton Neal 2 receptions, 67 yards, TD.

THS Defense Last Week: 90 rushing yards, 7 passing yards.

WHS Defense Last Week: 207 rushing yards, 167 passing yards.

Notes: For the fourth straight season the White Falcons’ biggest threat comes in week two when they face off against Trimble. The Tomcats were up to their old ways last Saturday as they shutout Nelsonville-York. The THS defense strung together six consecutive shutouts last season. The Tomcats led just 13-0 at halftime last week. Wahama attacked Fayetteville with big plays last week, as six of the White Falcons touchdowns came from over 20 yards out. 11 different players ran the ball in last week’s WHS victory. Trimble began a nine game win streak after last season’s loss to WHS. Trimble last defeated the White Falcons on September 16th, 2005 by a count of 34-19 in Mason. The White Falcons and Tomcats have accounted for the last five TVC-Hocking titles and nine since 2000. This is the second of back-to-back home games for Wahama beginning the season. WHS has won its last six games against Athens county teams, dating back to the White Falcons’ 36-20 loss to Athens on October 30th, 2009.

Ripley Vikings (0-1) at Point Pleasant Big Blacks (1-0)

Last Week: Point Pleasant defeated Lincoln County 70-14 in Point Pleasant; Ripley lost Parkersburg South 47-35 in Ripley.

Last Meeting between teams: 2006 Ripley won 28-20 at PPHS.

Current head-to-head streak: Ripley has won two straight.

RHS Offense Last Week: 301rushing yards, 136 yards passing.

PPHS Offense Last Week: 322 rushing yards, 110 passing yards.

RHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Trevor Tucker 8-of-16, 136 yards, 2 TDs, INT; RB Trevor Tucker 25 carries, 234 yards, TD; Kade Harrison 3 reception, 76 yards, 2 TDs.

PPHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Aden Yates 5-of-10, 110 yards, 2 TDs, INT; RB Cody Mitchell 5 carries, 108 yards, 2 TDs; WR Gage Buskirk 3 receptions, 57 yards, TD.

RHS Defense Last Week: 446 rushing yards, 25 passing yards.

PPHS Defense Last Week: 123 rushing yards, 54 passing yards.

Notes: The battle for the Oaken Bucket returns to Point Pleasant Friday night, as Ripley visits the Big Blacks at Ohio Valley Bank Track and Field. PPHS was able to get its first team some rest in week on, as the Big Blacks rolled to a 70-14 victory. Point Pleasant turned the ball over just once last week and it never punted. Ripley allowed Parkersburg South back Brendan Schwedeman to carry the ball for a PSHS record 410 yards on 18 carries. Mike Eddy’s Patriots totaled 471 offensive yards against the Vikings. This is Ripley’s first year under head coach David Tennant. Tennant led Eastern to a 9-11 record in two seasons with the Eagles. Tennant is replacing Jimmy Frashier who went 36-66 in his 10 seasons with the Vikings. RHS was 5-5 last season. This is the first of back-to-back road games for the Vikings, while this is the final of two straight home games for PPHS. This is the first meeting between these teams since 2006.

Hannan Wildcats (0-1) at Hundred Hornets (0-1)

Last Week: Hannan lost Valley 41-8 in Pine Grove, Hundred lost Montcalm 48-0 in Montcalm.

Last Meeting: September 1st 2012: Hannan won 22-20 in Ashton.

Current head-to-head streak: Hannan has won 2 straight.

Hannan Offense Last Week: N/A.

Hundred Offense Last Week: (-3) rushing yards, 25 passing yards.

Hannan Offensive Leaders Last Week:N/A.

Hundred Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Brandon Armstrong 4-of-9, 25 yards, INT; RB Brandon White 10 carries, 11 yards; WR Courtland Armstrong 2 receptions, 11 yards.

Hannan Defense Last Week: N/A.

Hundred Defense Last Week: 169 rushing yards, 8 passing yards.

Notes: After a pair of disappointing week one performances both teams will look for their first win, as Hannan makes its second straight trip to Wetzel County to face Hundred. The Hornets gave up three special teams touchdowns to Montcalm last week. Brandon White and Logan Kuhn were the lone Hundred running backs to gain positive yardage last week. The Hornets last win came on November 5th, 2010 by a count of 53-13 over Rappahannock County Virginia. The last time the Hornets defeated Hannan was November 7th 2008 at Hannan by a score of 22-14. These teams will meet again in Week 11 in Ashton. 2011 was the Wildcats last trip to Hundred, where they came away with a 22-0 victory. That game featured Hannan’s last shutout victory. Dating back to 2004 the series is tied 2-2. This is the second straight Saturday game for the Hornets.

**Not all statistics for week one games were made available by presstime**

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