Jacob Warbritton threw two touchdown passes in the second half to rally Huntingdon to a 36-24 victory over Trenton Friday.
Both of Warbritton’s scoring tosses went to Jacob Blake, covering 21 and 64 yards, lifting the Mustangs from a 24-21 third-quarter deficit.
The receptions were the first in the career of junior tight-end.
Peabody’s Tavarian Bar-nett ran for 167 yards — an 80-yard TD sprint late in the third quarter that put the Tide ahead included.
Huntingdon rolled up nearly 500 yards (497) of total offense while sending Trenton to its second straight tough loss.
Peabody had dropped a 36-35 overtime decision to Milan in Week 0.
In other games from Friday of area interest:
Milan 45, Humboldt 14
Arkel Coleman ran for 128 yards and three scores and the Bulldogs raced to a 38-0 third-quarter lead in cruising past their longtime Gibson County rivals.
T.J. Bryson also eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark with 117 on just six carries, including a 68-yard TD.
Gleason 41, Greenfield 13
Tanner Trevathan threw five touchdown passes — four to Austin Perry, who then caught a fifth scoring toss from Blake Taylor — to spoil the Yellowjacket coaching debut of Don Pitt.
Perry, who was on the receiving end of scoring plays covering 6, 27, 29, 12 and 8 yards, had seven catches for 120 yards in all.
Lake Co. 61, Fulton Co. 18
Devon Jones scored four times — three via run and on a 51-pass from Nick Price — as the Falcons bounced back from a disappointing Week 0 showing.
LC scored 41 second-quarter points en route to the lopsided triumph.
Fulton County’s Demoetrial Pierce returned three kickoff for TDs to account for all of the Pilots’ scoring.
Dresden 41, Gibson Co. 7
Devan Raymer returned a punt 58-yard to paydirt, then ran for three more touchdowns to help the Lions improve to 2-0 and send GC to its 35th consecutive loss dating back to 2008.
Raymer rushed for 108 yards in all, Joey Caldwell added 102 yards and a TD, and Torres Washington tacked on 97 yards and a score for Dresden, which held the Pioneers to just 44 total yards of offense.
Westview 26, McKenzie 7
Quan Williams ran for 176 yards and two touchdowns and the Chargers overcame three turnovers to erase some of the disappointment of a narrow Week 0 loss to rival Dresden.
Ty Brown had a pivotal 95-yard fumble return in the second period to give Westview a two-touchdown halftime lead.
Crockett Co. 20, JSS 16
Johnny Jones’ two-yard touchdown plunge in the third quarter was the difference for the Cavs, who are now 2-0.
Jones earlier had an 82-yard kickoff return that went for six points.
Terry Allen Beaird ran for 103 yards for CC.
Beech 55, Henry Co. 41
Jalen Hurd ran for a whopping 451 yards — the third-best single-game performance in state history — and scored five touchdowns to end the 16-game winning streak of the reigning Class 5A state champion Patriots.
Hurd, who rushed for 238 in Beech’s season opening victory the week before, had TD rushes of 3, 16, 80, 87 and 20 yards vs. Henry County.
Patriot quarterback Storme Hilliard ran for 167 yards and a touchdown and threw for another 117 yards and two more scores.
Published in The Messenger 8.27.12