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Clay-Battelle falls to Valley, 50-48, in time beyond regulation battle

BLACKSVILLE – Soccer coaches typically say {that a} group makes its largest enchancment from sport one to sport two. They’ll additionally inform you they sit up for open weeks as their finest alternative to show, concentrate on particulars, and thoroughly sport plan for his or her subsequent opponent. 

After a disappointing, mistake-filled highway loss to an improved Hundred group in week one, Clay-Battelle was trying to show each coach-speak clichés true and even their document after they hosted undefeated Valley Friday night time in an essential week three match-up.

What unfolded was nothing in need of an epic battle, a real conflict of attrition, and it took practically 100 factors and a spherical of time beyond regulation earlier than the Lumberjacks survived and defeated the lame, sport Cee-Bees, 50-48.  

In a preview of what was to observe, the Lumberjacks dialed up a play-action bomb on their first offensive play, however C-B defensive again Braden Ponceroff high-pointed the move for a momentum-setting interception. And when scatback Zach Corridor busted off an extended cutback 47-yard run right down to the Valley five-yard line, it seemed good for the Cee-Bees. However two essential penalties backed them up and right into a irritating turnover on downs.  

Valley instantly pieced collectively a 17-play drive, however couldn’t convert a first-and-goal from the 5 because the C-B line of defense got here up big. Nonetheless, the Lumberjacks offense took benefit of a brief subject and a fourth down conversion move to take their first lead on a 23-yard publish route connection from dynamic quarterback Gavin Derby to Joseph Barr to start the second quarter.

The Cee-Bees responded with a tying rating with a 59-yard drive capped by Maddox Shriver’s one-yard plunge. One other C-B interception, this one by Spears, gave C-B one other likelihood on offense, however as soon as once more, penalties took away a Shriver lengthy TD run in addition to spoiled a pink zone likelihood contained in the 4. 

Consecutive turnovers – a CB fumble, then Ponceroff’s second choose – had been adopted by Clay-Battelle snagging its first lead when Corridor gathered in a swing move, faked out a nook, then skirted the sideline for an electrical 44-yard rating, the attempt for 2 failed.

The Lumberjacks took benefit of a very good return and one other expensive CB horse collar penalty, then ran their two-minute offense to perfection, scoring on one other 23-yard TD move, a corner-route strike from Derby to Dallas Preat. Down 14-13 with simply 24.6 seconds left, Spears by some means discovered a solution to drive 54 yards on three passes, the massive chunk a 46-yard move to Josiah Morgan to the 15, then a ultimate connection to Morgan for the go-ahead rating with 1 tick left on the clock. When Maverick Gumm hauled in Spears’ floating move within the nook for the two-point conversion, Clay-Battelle sprinted into the break with an action-packed 21-14 lead.  

C-B received the toss and deferred, a sensible alternative, as Shriver took the third play from scrimmage proper up the intestine from 40 yards away to double the lead, 28-14, however Valley answered on Derby’s nine-yard TD run on fourth-and-two, though the additional level was blocked. The Cee-Bees had been driving, however a shocking reversal of fortune arrived when Preat plucked a deflected move and returned it 88 yards for a pick-six, and one other profitable attempt knotted the rating at 28 heading into the ultimate quarter. 

An exhausted and injury-depleted C-B protection sagged on the subsequent Lumberjacks drive, leading to a nine-play, 62-yard drive to take the lead, Derby operating within the ultimate 23 yards. And again got here the Cee-Bees, on a seven-yard move to Ponceroff. A missed kick was negated by a penalty, however C-B couldn’t convert the shortened attempt, so the rating was once more tied 34-34. One other monster play put Valley again in entrance, as a 69-yard bomb from Derby to Barr and a profitable attempt left C-B down by eight with 3:53 remaining.

In some way, an extended tipped move ended up within the arms of Morgan, then Spears hit Corridor for a four-yard landing move, and when Ponceroff snagged Spears’ move for the tying attempt, we had been – fittingly – headed to time beyond regulation. 

Valley Wetzel scored after six straight runs, Derby bucking over from the one, then Valley coach Logan Miller rolled the cube when Derby ran within the two-point conversion to go up by eight. The Cee-Bees wanted to attain, they usually did instantly when Corridor caught a move on the sideline and juked, sprinted, and bulled his means by means of six defenders and into the tip zone for a 20-yard TD. However the comeback children couldn’t prolong it to the second OT, as Spears’ move was knocked away behind the tip zone.  

Exhausted CB head coach Ryan Wilson knew this was a type of video games which may’ve ended extra appropriately and not using a winner. 

 “Neither group deserved to lose that one,” he smiled ruefully, “and we certain didn’t need it to finish the best way it did. However we misplaced a number of starters to accidents, and we stored sending the subsequent man up on the market, a few of them children that haven’t performed at this stage earlier than. And so they stored discovering methods to come back again and preserve us in it. And I couldn’t be extra pleased with them. 

“Little question, this one was gut-wrenching,” he continued, “particularly with all the massive performs on either side. We actually performed higher than we did final week, and we’ll have to proceed to enhance subsequent week. All we will do is drink loads of fluids, get better this weekend, after which we’ll see who’s accessible for us on Monday. We’ll get again after it – that’s all we will do.” 

The Cee-Bees host Beallsville (OH) this Friday night time at 7:00 p.m.    

Valley 50, Clay-Battelle 48, OT

Valley Wetzel  (3-0)    0   14    14    14    8 –  50 

Clay-Battelle (0-2)       0   21     7     14    6  –  48 

VW – Joseph Barr 23 move from Gavin Derby (Derby kick) 
CB – Maddox Shriver 1 run (Kooper Statler kick)  
CB – Zach Corridor 44 move from JC Spears (attempt failed) 
VW – Dallas Preat 23 move from Derby (Derby kick) 
CB – Josiah Morgan 15 move from Spears (attempt good Maverick Gumm move from Spears)  

CB – Shriver 40 run (Statler kick) 
VW – Derby 9 run (kick blocked) 
VW – Preat 88 INT return (attempt good Landen Jerico move from Derby) 

VW – Derby 23 run (attempt failed)  
CB – Braden Ponceroff 7 move from Spears (attempt failed) 
VW Barr 69 move from Derby (attempt good Preat move from Derby) 
CB – Corridor 4 move from Spears (attempt good Ponceroff move from Spears) 

VW – Derby 1 run (attempt good Derby run) 
CB – Corridor 20 move from Spears (attempt failed) 

VW – Derby 8-20-3 186 2TD 
CB – Spears 20-32-1 377 4TD 

VW – Derby 24-130 3TD  Lane Dallison 11-102 Complete 35-232 2TD.  
CB- Shriver 9-90 2TD, Spears 7-(-12), Zachary Corridor 13-126 Complete 29-204 2TD. 

VW – Barr 4-112 2TD, Jerico 1-21, Preat 3-59 TD, Ethan Williams 1-17 
CB – Corridor 11-130 2TD, Ponceroff 5-114 TD, Morgan 4-133 TD 

VW – Preat 
CB- Ponceroff 2, Spears