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’Jacks Cruise Past Hornets

October 10, 2018

Gavin Streets rushed for 217 yards and scored four touchdowns on only seven carries to lift the Valley Lumberjacks to a 42-8 victory over the Hundred Hornets, Oct. 5 on Cosgray Field, spoiling Hundred's homecoming game.

Streets scored on runs of 35 and 40 yards in helping the Lumberjacks take a 22-0 lead heading into the second period, while scoring on runs of 70 and 50 yards in the second period to give the visitors a commanding 36-0 at the break.

During the break, the Hundred Hornets crowned Emily Metz and Joe White as the 2018 HHS Homecoming Queen and King.

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Pictured are Joe White and Emily Metz, Hundred’s homecoming king and queen.

There were not many points scored in the second half, as Ethan Fluharty scored on a 50-yard TD run in the third period for the Lumberjacks, and Martin Baker was on the receiving end of a 49-yard pass from Andrew Zedell in the fourth period.

The Lumberjacks' George Brown scored a five-yard touchdown in the first half, while Fluharty added a pair of two-point conversion runs, and Richard Leek hauled in a two-point conversion pass from Abe Satterfield. Zedell ran in a two-point conversion run for the Hornets.

As a team, the Lumberjacks collected 405 yards rushing and six touchdowns with Streets picking up 204 yards and four TD's on seven carries, while Fluharty gained 142 yards and two touchdowns on five touches. Satterfield managed 26 yards on two carries, while Tommy Yoho rushed for 13 yards on two carries, and Gunner Stillwagner rushed for two yards. The Lumberjacks didn't throw a pass, but Satterfield connected on a two-point conversion pass to Leek.

For the Lumberjacks on defense, David Sell made 10 tackles to lead the way, while Leek and Wyatt Dallison each had five stops.

For the Hundred Hornets, Zedell rushed for 34 yards on 26 carries, while adding 59 yards passing on four completions.

Baker tacked on 49 yards, while David Gray paced the Hornets with eight tackles, while Skylar Goff and Brandon Rine each made seven tackles.

The Hornets will travel to Hancock Friday night, while Valley will travel to Frontier, with kick-offs scheduled for 7 p.m.



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