Mason County teams hosting in Week 11
by Bryan Walters
Chapmanville Tigers (4-5) at Point Pleasant Big Blacks (7-2)
Last Week: Chapmanville 55-7 loss vs. Wayne; Point Pleasant 50-6 win at Oak Glen.
Last Meeting: Twice in 2011, Point Pleasant won 41-18 at CHS and Point Pleasant won 33-13 in Class AA state semifinal at PPHS.
Current head-to-head streak: Point Pleasant has won 5 straight.
CHS Offense Last Week: 143 rushing yards, 82 passing yards.
PPHS Offense Last Week: 296 rushing yards, 143 passing yards.
CHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Dustin Smith (15-62 yards), QB Max Spradlin (9-14-77), WR Brady Cox (5-51).
PPHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Marquez Griffin (9-111 yards, TD), QB Aden Yates (10-15-143, 2 TDs, INT), WR Chase Walton (4-64, 2 TDs).
CHS Defense Last Week: 514 rushing yards, 66 passing yards.
PPHS Defense Last Week: 46 rushing yards, 57 passing yards.
Notes: Point Pleasant can secure a Class AAA playoff spot this Friday night with a victory over visiting Chapmanville. The Big Blacks are currently tied with Wheeling Park for the 12-spot, and a win would lock up the program’s fifth straight postseason appearance — which would be a school record. The Big Blacks have won three straight decisions and own a 2-1 record in home contests this fall. PPHS is also outscoring opponents by a 319-116 overall margin, including a 143-20 edge during its current three-game win streak. The Tigers are currently tied with Oak Glen for 26th place in the Class AA ratings, meaning this will be the final game of the season for CHS. Chapmanville has lost two straight and owns a 1-3 road record this fall. The Tigers have been outscored 253-187 overall this fall.
Buffalo Bison (7-2) at Wahama White Falcons (9-0)
Last Week: Buffalo lost 21-20 at Symmes Valley; Wahama 71-19 win at Miller.
Last Meeting: 2011, Wahama won 27-8 at WHS.
Current head-to-head streak: Wahama has won 3 straight.
BHS Offense Last Week: 156 rushing yards, 176 passing yards.
WHS Offense Last Week: 426 rushing yards, 79 passing yards.
BHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Laythem Good (15-84), QB Levi Jordan (9-17-176, 2 TDs, INT), WR Laythem Good (5-113, 2 TDs).
WHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Kane Roush (6-129, 4 TDs), QB Trenton Gibbs (2-2-54, TD), WR Crandal Neal (1-28, TD).
BHS Defense Last Week: 400 rushing yards, 71 passing yards.
WHS Defense Last Week: 184 rushing yards, 32 passing yards.
Notes: Wahama has guaranteed itself a home game in Week 12, but a win Friday over Buffalo may secure a few more home games in the postseason. The White Falcons have won 30 straight regular season contests, a streak that began in Week 11 of 2009 at Buffalo with a 36-20 victory. WHS is currently third in the Class A ratings and is outscoring opponents this year by a sizable 405-119 overall margin. Wahama also scored a season-high 71 points last week while capturing their third consecutive unbeaten TVC Hocking title. The Bison had a six-game winning streak snapped last week in Willow Wood and currently sit 10th in the Class A ratings. BHS is outscoring opponents by a 306-115 overall margin and are 2-2 in road games this fall.
Gilmer County Titans (2-7) at Hannan Wildcats (1-8)
Last Week: Gilmer County 36-6 loss vs. Parkersburg Christian; Hannan 69-12 loss at Montcalm.
Last Meeting: 2011, Hannan won 68-48 at Gilmer County.
Current head-to-head streak: Hannan has won 1 straight.
Notes: Both teams are out of playoff contention, as Hannan is currently 35th and Gilmer County is 30th in the Class A ratings. The Wildcats will try to snap a seven-game losing skid, while the Titans are looking to end a three-game skid as well. Hannan has been outscored 390-118 overall this year and is 1-3 at home. Gilmer County has been outscored 322-156 this season and is 1-3 overall on the road. HHS has allowed at least 32 points in each of its last seven contests, while GCHS has surrendered 36-or-more points six times this fall.
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