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Hilltoppers Romp Past W.Va. State, 52-30

October 11, 2009

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. – Something had to give Saturday when West Liberty University sent the nation’s No. 2-ranked passing attack against a West Virginia State defense which ranked No. 5 nationally against the pass.

      Score this one for the offense.


West Liberty QB Zach Amedro broke the school’s single-season record with his 27th TD pass of the year on Saturday as the junior signalcaller led the Hilltoppers to a 52-30 Homecoming victory against West Virginia State at Russek Field.

 Junior quarterback Zach Amedro shredded the Yellow Jacket secondary for 337 passing yards and broke the school’s single-season record for touchdown passes with 5 more scoring strikes as the Hilltoppers rolled to a 52-30 victory before a large and appreciative Homecoming crowd at Russek Field.

      West Liberty (6-1, 4-0) never trailed in upping its winning streak to 6 games, the longest in 30 years for the Hilltopper football program.

      Along with breaking his own school record from two years ago with his 27th TD toss of the season, Amedro also became only the fifth quarterback in West Virginia Conference history to surpass the 8,000-yard career passing mark.

      But head coach Roger Waialae said his quarterback’s head is just as important as his arm.

      “This was probably Zach’s best day in terms of checking into the right play at the line of scrimmage,” Waialae said. “Our offense is designed to take what the defense gives us and when your quarterback can see those things and get you into the right play, it’s almost like stealing.”

      After being held to a season-low 29 points in a 29-17 win at Glenville last week, the Hilltoppers had every weapon in their arsenal on full display against West Virginia State (2-4, 1-3).

      Junior wide receiver Ryan Travis led the receiving corps with 8 catches for 100 yards and 3 TDs while senior wideout Eddie Hills had 8 grabs for 85 yards. It was Hills’ 15th consecutive game with 5 or more catches, the longest active streak in NCAA Division II football.

      Tailback Kevon Calhoun provided the rushing balance with 157 yards and 2 TDs on just 14 carries. The leading rusher in the WVIAC, Calhoun has six 100-yard rushing games already this season.

      “Our ability to run the ball as well as throw it is what makes our offense work,” Waialae said. “As long as we can stay two-dimensional, we’re hard to stop.”

      The Yellow Jackets couldn’t even slow the Hilltoppers down for most of the afternoon.

      West Liberty built a 38-17 halftime lead on the strength of three Amedro touchdown passes, a pair of nifty TD runs by Calhoun and a Mike Blewett field goal that capped a 50-yard scoring drive in the final 22 seconds of the second quarter.

      The Hilltoppers had racked up 369 yards of total offense by halftime and were averaging 11.5 yards per snap.

      The hosts picked up where they’d left off when play resumed in the third quarter.

      Amedro pushed the lead to 52-23 with second-half touchdown passes of 27 and 6 yards to Travis before Waialae gave his starters the rest of the afternoon off with 11 minutes left in the fourth quarter.

      West Virginia State quarterback Patrick Ryan had a solid afternoon, completing 23-of-31 passes for 289 yards and 3 TDs.

      Wide receiver Jermain King was equally impressive, leading all receivers with 10 catches for 146 yards and a pair of touchdowns but the Yellow Jacket rushing game never got off the ground, managing just 35 rushing yards on 28 attempts.

      Stephanie Pell of Kingwood, W.Va. and Jeff Holbrook of Weirton, W.Va. were crowned as Homecoming Queen and King, respectively, at halftime.

      The Hilltoppers hit the road next week when they travel to Shepherdstown to take on perennial WVIAC powerhouse Shepherd. Kickoff is set for Saturday at 1 p.m. at Ram Stadium. 

West Liberty 52, W.Va. State 30

W.Va. State 10    7  6  7 – 30

West Liberty 14  24  7  7 – 52

First Quarter

      WLU: Travis 7 pass from Amedro (Blewett kick), 13:21

      WVS: Payne 9 run (C.Wissler kick), 10:49

      WLU: Walls 19 pass from Amedro (Blewett kick), 9:15

      WVS: FG C.Wissler 35, :42

Second Quarter

      WLU: Calhoun 9 run (Blewett kick), 8:08

      WLU: Calhoun 25 run (Blewett kick), 3:01

      WVS: King 12 pass from Ryan (C.Wissler kick), :27

      WLU: FG Blewett 21, :00

Third Quarter

      WLU: Travis 27 pass from Amedro (Blewett kick), 5:36

      WVS: King 22 pass from Ryan (kick failed), 1:13

Fourth Quarter

      WLU: Travis 6 pass from Amedro (Blewett kick), 10:52

      WVS: Johnson 35 pass from Ryan (C.Wissler kick), 5:57

Game Statistics

      RUSHING: W.Va. State 28-35, Payne 10-44, Phillip 9-12, Bines 3-10, Ryan 6-(-31). West Liberty 30-210, Calhoun 14-157, Burress 7-22, Gordon 2-16, Walls 1-7, Bell 2-6, Hills 2-3, Amedro 2-(-1).

      PASSING: W.Va. State 23-31-289-3td-0x (all by Ryan). West Liberty 26-34-337-5td-0x (Amedro 26-33-337-5td-0x, Kiedaisch 0-1-0-0-0).

      RECEIVING: W.Va. State 23-289, King 10-146, Johnson 5-68, Payne 3-15, Kennedy 2-35, Phillip 2-20, Landis 1-5. West Liberty 26-337, Travis 8-100, Hills 8-85, Walls 3-68, Calhoun 3-35, Walker 2-34, McDaniel 1-8, Hill 1-7.

      First downs: W.Va. State 17, West Liberty 29

      Fumbles: W.Va. State 1-1, West Liberty 1-1

      Penalties: W.Va. State 6-60, West Liberty 4-46

      Time of Possession: W.Va. State 31:30, West Liberty 28:30


W.Va. State is Homecoming Foe for West Liberty

October 9, 2009
West Liberty senior wide receiver Eddie Hills (9) has caught 5 or more passes in 14 consecutive games dating back to the 2008 season. That’s the longest active streak in the nation for NCAA Division II receivers.

West Liberty senior wide receiver Eddie Hills (9) has caught 5 or more passes in 14 consecutive games dating back to the 2008 season. That’s the longest active streak in the nation for NCAA Division II receivers.

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. – There’s little danger of the West Liberty University football team taking West Virginia State too lightly in Saturday’s annual Homecoming Game at Russek Field.

      Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.

      The Yellow Jackets (2-3, 1-2) were the last West Virginia Conference team to beat the Hilltoppers (5-1, 3-0), mounting a fourth-quarter comeback to pull out a 34-24 victory last year at Institute.

      West Liberty bounced back to close out the 2008 season with impressive wins against Shepherd, Charleston and Seton Hill but had to settle for a second-place tie in the WVIAC standings, one game behind Glenville State.

      Hilltopper head coach Roger Waialae says Saturday’s game is more a matter of taking care of business than a quest for revenge.

      “After we lost to Edinboro in the opener,” Waialae said, “our guys took the approach that the playoffs were starting in Week 2. This is just another playoff game for us.”

      With the season now past the midway point, Saturday’s game does carry playoff implications.

      Riding a 5-game win streak, the Hilltoppers are knocking on the door of the national Top 25 poll and opened at No. 8 when the first set of NCAA Division II Super Region One rankings came out earlier this week. West Liberty has never been ranked in the Top 25 since joining the NCAA in the mid-1990s.

      “The Top 25 would be great because of the positive recognition for our program and the university but it doesn’t mean much in the big picture,”  Waialae said. “What really matters is where we stand in the conference and the region and the only way for us to keep moving up is to keep winning.”

      The Hilltoppers are coming off a “taking care of business” type of win after pulling away to a 29-17 victory at Glenville State a week ago.

      Despite battling injuries on both sides of the football, West Liberty got another 300-yard passing performance from record-setting QB Zach Amedro – his sixth of the season – and a career-high 8-catch, 150-yard receiving day from junior WR Willie Walker while the defense forced four Pioneer turnovers.

      The Hilltoppers still have some injury concerns. Walker may miss Saturday’s game but Waialae is hoping WR Kashif Walls – who leads the WVIAC with 10 TD catches but sat out last week with a sore hamstring – will return. There are similar stories at nearly every position on the field.

      “It’s that time of year,” Waialae said. “Six or seven weeks into the season, nobody is at 100 percent. We’ve been a little inconsistent in practice this week because we’re holding so many starters out but every team’s in the same boat. Our depth has come through for us the last couple of weeks and this just gives those kids more opportunities.”

      The injury bug has taken a bite out of West Virginia State, as well. Quarterback Kevin O’Brien – a four-year starter – hasn’t played for a month since suffering a broken thumb during an early-season loss to Charleston. His backup, Patrick Ryan, doesn’t have huge numbers but is no stranger to Waialae and the Hilltoppers.

      Ryan relieved an injured O’Brien with State trailing West Liberty, 24-21, in the fourth quarter of last year’s game. He completed 5-of-7 passes to lead two Yellow Jacket TD drives in the final 7 ½ minutes to pull out the win.

      Fabian Payne is State’s leading rusher. He rushed for a career-high 91 yards and 2 TDs against WLU a year ago.

      “Ryan’s a little different quarterback (than O’Brien),” Waialae said. “He can get out of the pocket and run the ball so you have to be disciplined on the pass rush. Payne’s a quality back and they have some really good wide receivers.

      “The thing you notice about their defense is the speed of their back 7. They have two excellent linebackers (Valentine Bon and Andrew Eggleton) but their whole defense runs to the ball. We’ll have to play well to come away with a win.”

Glenville State Game Photos

October 8, 2009

 GLENVILLE, W.Va. – There were smiles all around on the West Liberty sidelines Saturday as the Hilltoppers closed out a 29-17 win at Glenville State.

      In the picture at right, defensive line coach Brad Forshey celebrates with defensive end Isaac Omaits after the second of Omaits’ two fumble recoveries.forshey_leap

      The West Liberty defense forced the Pioneers into four turnovers and slammed the door in the fourth quarter after Glenville had cut the lead to 20-17.

      Quarterback Zach Amedro led the offense with his sixth 300-yard passing games in as many outings this season.

      Wide receiver Willie Walker took up the slack for an injured Kashif Walls. Walker had 8 catches for 150 yards, including an 88-yard bomb in the fourth quarter that tied a 58-year-old school record for the longest pass play in Hilltopper history.

      Tailback Kevon Calhoun had his streak of consecutive 100-yard rushing games ended at 5 but played a key role in helping West Liberty control the ball for more than 39 minutes. Calhoun rushed for 97 yards on a career-high 29 carries and caught 2 passes for 46 yards and a touchdown.

      Wide receivers Eddie Hills and Ryan Travis helped the Hilltoppers play keep-away for most of the afternoon. The two inside receivers each caught 9 passes to remain tied for the WVIAC lead with 45 catches each.

      West Liberty Sports Information Director Matt Watson made the trip to the wilds of central West Virginia to put together this week’s collection of game action shots.  To access Matt’s photo album from the game, click on the following link: Glenville State Game Photos

West Liberty Closing In On Top 25 Spot

October 8, 2009

WACO, Texas – The surging West Liberty University football team just missed making its first-ever appearance in the national Top 25 when the latest NCAA Division II coaches’ poll was released Monday afternoon.

      Coming off a hard-earned 29-17 victory at Glenville State on Saturday, Coach Roger Waialae’s Hilltoppers received 23 votes in this week’s balloting by the American Football Coaches Association’s national ranking committee.

      That left West Liberty (5-1) just two spots outside the Top 25. North Carolina-Pembroke held down the No. 25 spot with 56 votes, followed by Findlay (Ohio) with 49 votes and West Liberty at 23. California (Pa.) and Wingate (N.C.) were close behind with 19 votes.

      Saturday’s win against the Pioneers stretched the Hilltoppers’ winning streak to 5 games. The lone blemish on the West Liberty record was a 42-30 season-opening loss at No. 13 Edinboro (Pa.).

            The University of Charleston (6-0) is the only other WVIAC team in the voting. The Golden Eagles’ No. 11 ranking this week is the highest in school history.

      Grand Valley State (Mich.) continues to receive 24 of the 25 first-place votes and holds down the No. 1 spot in the poll for the seventh straight week. Abilene Christian, North Alabama, Bloomsburg (Pa.) and Central Washington round out the top 5.

      The Hilltoppers host West Virginia State Saturday in West Liberty’s annual Homecoming Game. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. at Russek Field. 

American Football Coaches Association

NCAA Division II Poll

(Oct. 5, 2009)

School W-L Pts LW

  1. Grand Valley State (24) 6-0 624 1

  2. Abilene Christian (Texas) 6-0 593 2

  3. North Alabama (1) 6-0 577 3

  4. Central Washington 6-0 532 5

  5. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 6-0 519 4

  6. NW Missouri State 5-1 501 6

  7. Minnesota St.-Mankato 6-0 469 7

  8. Minnesota-Duluth 5-1 453 8

  9. Texas A&M-Kingsville 6-0 438 9

10. Albany State (Ga.) 5-0 391 10

11. Charleston (W.Va.) 6-0 368 15

12. Washburn (Kan.) 5-1 325 17

13. Edinboro (Pa.) 5-1 270 19

14. Wayne State (Neb.) 5-1 266 18

15. Tarleton State (Texas) 5-1 254 11

16. Central Missouri 5-1 246 20

(tie) Missouri Western 5-1 246 12

18. Midwestern State (Texas) 5-1 198 23

19. Wayne State (Mich.) 5-1 192 22

20. Ouachita Baptist (Ark.) 4-1 122 14

21. Nebraska-Kearney 5-1 108 NR

22. Delta State (Miss.) 3-2 71 25

23. Angelo State (Texas) 5-1 68 NR

24. Tuskegee (Ala.) 4-2 65 13

25. UNC-Pembroke 5-1 56 NR

      Also receiving votes: Findlay (Ohio) 49; WEST LIBERTY 23; California (Pa.) 19; Wingate (N.C.) 19; Saginaw Valley State (Mich.) 15; Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 13; Northern Michigan 11; Shaw (N.C.) 7; Colorado School of Mines 5; Winona State (Minn.) 5; Catawba (N.C.) 4; Bentley (Mass.) 2; East Stroudsburg

Hilltoppers Meeting The Challenge

October 8, 2009

West Liberty senior cornerback Derrick Evans (12) leaps high to snag his fifth interception of the season during Saturday’s 29-17 win at Glenville State. Evans leads the nation in passes defended with 5 interceptions and 13 pass break-ups.

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. – Although West Liberty’s nationally-ranked offense was held to its lowest output of the season, head coach Roger Waialae believes the Hilltoppers’ 29-17 win at Glenville State on Saturday may have been their most impressive performance of the year.

      “We learned a few things about ourselves as a football team on Saturday,”  Waialae said. “First of all, we beat a very talented football team on the road in a game where we had four or five starters out with injuries.

      “Secondly, we proved we have the ability to use our offense to control the ball and grind time off the clock when that’s what we need. We’re more than just a quick-strike team.”

      Coming into Saturday’s game, West Liberty (5-1, 3-0) had beaten Glenville in Glenville only twice since the 1980s.

      Compounding the challenge was the fact that the Hilltoppers had to face the Pioneers without the services of injured wide receiver Kashif Walls, offensive lineman Will Alvarez, defensive end Scott Mirich and safety Jayson Keyser. In addition, two-time All-WVIAC linebacker Nick Harding played only a handful of snaps as he continued to recover from an emergency appendectomy.

      With the Glenville defense wary of the big play, quarterback Zach Amedro led West Liberty on several methodical scoring marches. Heavy doses of standout tailback Kevon Calhoun mixed in with a number of quick passing routes in front of the Pioneer secondary as the Hilltoppers took a 17-7 halftime lead.

      Following an exchange of field goals, Glenville brought the home fans to their feet with a long touchdown pass on the final snap of the third quarter that cut the lead to 20-17.

      West Liberty silenced the crowd on the first play of the fourth quarter when wide receiver Willie Walker hauled in an Amedro bomb and sprinted down the sideline for an 88-yard touchdown.

      The defense did its part, slamming the door on the Pioneers with an interception, a 3-and-out and a fumble on the next three possessions. After that, the offense put the game on ice by scrubbing nearly 6 minutes off the clock on a 13-play drive to set up a chip shot field goal by Mike Blewett with only 3 minutes remaining.

      Walker had a career day with 8 catches for 150 yards while Eddie Hills and Ryan Travis – who lead the WVIAC in pass receptions –  split 18 catches for a combined 168 yards.

      Amedro completed 28-of-44 passes for 364 yards – his sixth 300-yard passing game of the year – while Calhoun muscled out 97 rushing yards on a career-high 29 carries and caught two passes for 46 yards and a score.

      “We have a lot of weapons,” Waialae said. “You have to pick your poison. With guys like Eddie and Ryan working the middle of the field, Willie drew a lot of 1-on-1 coverage Saturday and Zach was able to get the ball to him. Zach’s decision-making is a big part of our offense.”

      The Hilltopper defense held Glenville to just one pass completion in the first half and kept the Pioneers at bay by forcing four clutch turnovers. Defensive end Isaac Omaits was charted with two fumble recoveries while cornerback Derrick Evans padded his WVIAC lead with his fifth interception of the season.

      “This is the third straight week that the defense has played well,”  Waialae said, “and we did it with some pretty key performers on the sideline.

      “With that many starters out, this is a game we would have lost in recent years. The fact that we were able to go down there and win really speaks well for the depth we’ve been able to develop and the ability of those kids to step up and meet the challenge.”

      The Hilltoppers host West Virginia State on Saturday in the annual Homecoming Game. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. at Russek Field.

Hilltoppers’ Walker Named WVIAC Player of the Week

October 8, 2009

PRINCETON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Conference’s Offensive Player of the Week Award seems to have found a permanent home at West Liberty this season.

      Junior wide receiver Willie Walker was honored as this week’s WVIAC Offensive Player of the Week on Sunday following his dominating performance in the Hilltoppers’ 29-17 victory at Glenville State on Saturday.Willie_Stands

      Walker’s honor marks the fourth straight week that a West Liberty grid standout has been honored as the WVIAC Offensive Player of the Week.

      A 6-5, 190-pound returning junior starter from Cadiz, Ohio, Walker stepped up in a big way for an injury-riddled Hilltopper team that was forced to play without several key performers.

      The rangy wideout pulled in 8 passes from standout QB Zach Amedro – a two-time WVIAC Player of the Week – and finished with a career-high 148 receiving yards as West Liberty (5-1, 3-0) pulled away to its fifth straight win.

      “I’m happy whenever any of our players is honored by the conference,” head coach Roger Waialae said. “Willie’s created a lot of big plays for his teammates with his blocking this season so it’s nice to see his work ethic rewarded with a day like he had on Saturday.”

      In addition to putting up the first 100-yard receiving game of his career, Walker also combined with Amedro on the key play of Saturday’s contest.

      Glenville had cut the lead to 20-17 with a long touchdown pass late in the third quarter and the Hilltoppers opened the fourth quarter backed up to their own 12 after bobbling the ensuing kickoff.

      But on the very first snap of the final quarter, Amedro faked a handoff and rolled right to find Walker streaking down the sideline behind the Pioneer secondary. The perfectly-thrown pass settled into Walker’s hands near midfield and the slender sprinter never broke stride in completing an 88-yard touchdown play. Glenville State never recovered.

      The game-breaking catch tied a 58-year-old record for the longest pass play in West Liberty history. Hilltopper Hall of Famer Jack Donovan had hooked up with Hugh Manley on an 88-yard pass against California (Pa.) in the penultimate game of the 1951 season.

      Concord tailback Brian Kennedy shared this week’s Offensive Player of the Week Award with Walker while West Virginia State linebacker Valentine Bon was the Defensive Player of the Week. Shepherd’s Deante Steele earned his second Special Teams Player of the Week honor.

      West Liberty will host West Virginia State on Saturday in the annual Homecoming Game. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. at Russek Field.

Hilltoppers Pull Away at Glenville

October 4, 2009

GLENVILLE, W.Va. – The West Liberty University football team combined the school’s longest touchdown pass in more than a half-century with an opportunistic defense to pull away from upset-minded Glenville State, 29-17, Saturday afternoon at Morris Stadium.

      Quarterback Zach Amedro posted his sixth 300-yard passing game of the season, tailback Kevon Calhoun extended his string of 100-yard rushing games to six and wide receiver Willie Walker hauled in 7 catches for a career-high 141 yards to pace the surging Hilltoppers (5-1, 3-0).hills_td

      The West Liberty defense also forced four Pioneer turnovers as the visitors won their fifth straight.

      After yielding an early touchdown on a short Glenville (2-4, 1-2) drive, West Liberty had righted the ship with 17 unanswered points to take a 17-7 lead at the half.

      Amedro wrapped a 14-yard TD pass to Eddie Hills and a 19-yard scoring strike to Calhoun around a 26-yard Mike Blewett field goal for the 10-point lead at intermission.

      Short field goals by Blewett and Pioneer kicker Colston Bayless kept the lead at 10 when play resumed but Glenville grabbed the momentum when Xavier Glenn split the West Liberty secondary for a 61-yard touchdown catch with just one tick remaining in the third quarter.

      With their lead cut to 20-17, the Hilltoppers bobbled the ensuing kickoff and fell on the ball at their own 12 before switching ends of the field to head into the wind for the fourth quarter.

      But Amedro opened the final stanza with a beautiful play-action fake, rolled out to the right and found Walker sprinting down the right sideline. Amedro’s throw into a 20-mph wind hit Walker in stride near midfield and the speedy junior legged it the rest of the way for an 88-yard touchdown.

      That play tied the record for the longest pass in West Liberty history, equaling the 88-yard effort of Hilltopper Hall of Fame quarterback Jack Donovan during the 1951 season.

      The West Liberty defense snuffed out any further Glenville comebacks with a pair of turnovers –including Derrick Evans’ WVIAC-leading fifth pick of the season – and Blewett added a 25-yard field goal to close out the scoring with 3 minutes to go.

      Amedro completed 26-of-43 passes for 337 yards and 3 touchdowns to break Tim Hicks’ school record of 60 career TD passes. Already the school’s career passing leader, Amedro is less than 100 yards away from becoming only the fifth 8,000-yard passer in WVIAC history.

      Calhoun rushed for 126 yards on a career-high 29 carries. He is one of only three backs in the nation to reel off six consecutive 100-yard rushing games this season.

      Walker and Hills led the Hilltopper receiving corps. Hills backed Walker’s first career 100-yard game with a game-high 8 catches for 82 yards and a touchdown.

      Brian Harden ran for 136 yards on just 17 carries to lead the Pioneers. Quarterback James McCants didn’t complete his first pass of the day until the final minute of the first half and finished 8-of-24 for 137 yards.

      West Liberty returns home to host West Virginia State in the annual Homecoming game. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. Saturday at Russek Field. 

West Liberty 29, Glenville State 17

West Liberty 7  10   3  9 – 29

Glenville State 7    0 10  0 – 17

First Quarter

      GSC-Harden 1 run (Bayless kick), 13:30

      WLU-Hills 14 pass from Amedro (Blewett kick), 9:15

Second Quarter

      WLU-FG Blewett 26, 13:24

      WLU-Calhoun 19 pass from Amedro (Blewett kick), 2:27

Third Quarter

      GSC-FG Bayless 27, 5:11

      WLU-FG Blewett 26, :27

      GSC-Glenn 61 pass from McCants (Bayless kick), :01

Fourth Quarter

      WLU-Walker 88 pass from Amedro (kick blocked), 14:47

      WLU-FG Blewett 25, 3:00

Game Statistics

      RUSHING: West Liberty 37-129, Calhoun 29-126; Travis 2-7, Hills 1-1, Amedro 1-1, Team 3-(-1), Burress 1-(-5). Glenville State 37-182, Harden 17-136, McCants 16-22, Glenn 2-13, Johnson 2-11

      PASSING: West Liberty 26-44-337-3td-3x (Amedro 26-43-337-3td-2x, Hill 0-1-0-0td-1x). Glenville State, 8-24-137-1td-1x (all by McCants)

      RECEIVING: West Liberty 26-337, Walker 7-141, Hills 8-82, Travis 7-57, Calhoun 2-46, Law.Robinson 1-6, Hill 1-5. Glenville State 8-137, Glenn 1-61, Stewart 2-24, McDonald 2-21, Hanson 1-20, Harden 1-7, Johnson 1-4.

      First downs: West Liberty 27, Glenville State 19

      Fumbles: West Liberty 0-0, Glenville State 5-3

      Penalties: West Liberty 8-57, Glenville State 6-52

      Time of Possession: West Liberty 39:32, Glenville State 20:28