Area prep roundup: Clay Central, Woodland win; White Plains can't hold off Cleveland
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Clay Central 28, Beulah 6

BEULAH —
The Clay Central defense gave Beulah all it could handle, holding the Bobcats to 130 total yards.

Despite Clay Central only taking a 9-0 lead into the half after Isaac Andrews made a 24-yard field goal in the first quarter and Jaylon Lyles scored on a two-yard run in the second, the Volunteers turned up the intensity in the third quarter.

JoJo Stapes scored on a 5-yard run, which Lyles followed with a 10-yard score. Staples added his second touchdown, this one from 12 yards out, with 7.9 seconds left on the clock to give Clay Central a 28-0 lead.

Beulah added a score in the middle of the fourth quarter.

Lyles led the Volunteers on the ground with 204 yards on 21 carries. Staples picked up 74 yards on nine carries. Anthony Wood completed 7 of 9 passes for 71 yards, and J.T. Burns caught five passes for 49 yards.

Woodland 55, Pleasant Valley 14

WOODLAND —
Colby Spears scored a pair of touchdowns and a 2-point conversion as Woodland rolled at home.

Woodland (4-4) built a 23-0 lead after one quarter and cruised from there.

Spears rushed for 83 yards on 10 carries and scored on rushes of 4 and 40 yards.

Justus Herring added a 12-yard rushing touchdown and a 2-point run. John Wes Adcock tossed a 52-yard touchdown to Kip Sims. He also threw a 2-point conversion pass and kicked a couple of extra points.

Tyler Gay scored on a 15-yard run,and Kyle Keith scored twice in the fourth quarter on runs of 50 and 19 yards.

Lakeland Phillips caught two passes for 40 yards.

Pleasant Valley’s Drew Lewiski scored on a 9-yard run in the second quarter.

Cleveland 36, White Plains 32

CLEVELAND —
After a big third quarter gave White Plains a 32-23 lead, the Wildcats weren’t able to hold off Cleveland’s fourth-quarter rally Friday night.

White Plains overcame a four-point halftime deficit as Rod Young scored three of the four he had in the game in the third quarter. Also, Kolby Burgess added a third-period touchdown.

The Cleveland comeback was led by quarterback Gilliland Peyton, who threw a touchdown pass and ran for another score.

With Cleveland trailing 32-29 in the final minute of the game, Brett Erwin scored on a 5-yard run.

White Plains quarterback Joseph Dothard threw for 53 yards.

Johnny Bynum led the team with 98 rushing yards. Ryan Hanson rushed for 72 yards.

Vincent 33, Ohatchee 12

VINCENT — Ohatchee wasn’t able to get over the hump late in the game Friday night.

After taking Vincent to the fourth quarter trailing 20-12, the Indians were held off the board while Vincent scored two more times, cruising to victory.

Dillon Parker led the Ohatchee offense with 97 yards on the ground and 99 yards through the air. Parker also scored the Indians’ first touchdown, which tied the game 6-6 in the first quarter.

Tristan Allen scored for Ohatchee, as well, with what was the only touchdown in the third quarter after the Indians trailed 20-6 at the half. Allen finished the night with 86 yards.

Zach Mangum caught two passes for 54 yards.
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