Greenup County 38 Bath County 7 @bathcofootball, @gchsTDclub @pafootballnews.com
Written by: David Burnworth on Saturday, August 17th, 2019
Last night in the opening game of the 2019 Grid, Bath County was matched up against Greenup County. Greenup County has a multi talented Quarterback, who I believe has made a verbal commitment to Marshal University. The quarterback in question is, Eli Sammons and he is listed at 6-6, 215 pounds. He can throw it on a dime, he also has a nice touch on his short passes and he has the ability to run the ball, when he has to. Bath County, who seems to run the ball 95% of the time has to backs that stood out last night. Quentin Lewis and Dalton Nelson. Lewis is like lighting, while Nelson is more like thunder, so as you can detect by that description, one is lighting fast, while the other is thunder like powerful.
The game is set up for three quarters of live varsity ball, with the final quarter being JV, with a running clock.
The final score after the varsity was 30-7 Greenup County. The JV portion of the game, which I did not take any notes on, but do have pics from did see one score to make the overall final 38-7 Greenup County. The score was only 7-6 after the opening quarter, then Greenup, who has a lot more numbers seem to wear down Bath County and then slowly pulled away.
Scoring went like this for the varsity.
Quentin Lewis used his speed on a sweep to the right side to get to the corner and go 89 yards for the core. The P.A.T. was successful by David Walden. 7-0 Bath County.
Eli Sammons would use his feet, a nice read and a sweet little move to rush for a 45 yard score. P.A.T. off of the foot of Ian Miller, was wide and short. 7-6 Bath County.
Preston Purdy would dash 28 yards a Greenup score and then he converted a two point run. 14-7 Greenup County.
Sammons would hit Austin Clarkson score with Purdy adding another two point run. 22-7 Greenup County.
Sam Haislop would scoop up a fumble and dash around 80 yards for another Greenup County score. Sammons found Brayden Craycraft for the final varsity score, a two point conversion. 30-7. Craycraft had a sweet catch earlier in the game and looks like a big time weapon for Greenup County. I think if Greenup County can find another pair of hands to catch balls, this offense can be dangerous.
Rest of the pics can be found here
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