Will Hackney threw for three touchdowns and ran for another Friday night as Sissonville opened its prep football season with a 41-13 Cardinal Conference victory at Chapmanville.
Hackney completed 21 of 24 passes for 200 yards and ran eight times for 31 yards for the Indians. Chance Jones carried 11 times for 161 yards and two TDs and also caught two passes for 33 yards and another score.
Receiver Mayson Miller landed 11 passes for 153 yards and two touchdowns for Sissonville. Defensive back Andrew Burdette intercepted a pair of Tigers passes and batted down four other throws.
For Chapmanville, Chase Berry hit on 11 of 22 passes for 154 yards, including a 27-yard TD toss to Brennan Williams. Williams had six receptions for 93 yards.
Greenbrier West 42, Buffalo 0: Chad Ramsey ran for three TDs and caught another score as the host Cavaliers opened with a win. Ramsey ended with 184 yards on 18 carries. Kaiden Pack intercepted a pair of passes for West. For the Bison, quarterback Jackson England carried eight times for 96 yards.
Oak Hill 61, Valley 20: Abraham Farrow had more than 100 yards rushing and receiving and scored five TDs to spark the visiting Red Devils to victory. Farrow carried three times for 134 yards, with TDs of 50 and 57 yards, and caught five passes for 112 yards, including scores of 1, 25 and 70 yards. Khori Bass had two TD runs and three TD passes for Oak Hill. For the Greyhounds, Kaleb Crisp carried 18 times for 132 yards and QB Adam Falbo had two short touchdown runs.
Magnolia 24, Sherman 0: Pat Mirandy completed 7 of 14 passes for 174 yards and three TDs for the host Blue Eagles, with two of the scoring tosses going to Sebastian Stickler. Mirandy also booted a 31-yard field goal. For the Tide, Tommy Harper carried 17 times for 108 yards and J.T. Hensley hit on 9 of 17 passes for 71 yards and ran 19 times for 58 yards. Sherman trailed just 7-0 at halftime.
Lincoln 3, Braxton County 0: Pedro Revis kicked an 18-yard field goal late in the third quarter for the game’s only points, giving the visiting Cougars the win. Lincoln was held to 96 yards of total offense. For the Eagles, Logan Conley completed 5 of 16 passes for 100 yards and ran 24 times for 62 yards.
Tug Valley 56, Hannan 0: Jonathan Stepp ran 11 times for 133 yards and two TDs and Tyler Chaffin threw for two scores and ran for another for the host Panthers.