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|Friday Night Lights Week 5|
|Sunday, 30 September 2012 19:31|
Friday night provided firsts for BEA and Penns Valley, while it was the same old story for the Bellefonte Red Raiders.
BEA lost for the first time this season, Penns Valley picked up the first-ever Ram victory over Huntingdon and the third quarter proved to be fatal to the Red Raiders for the second week in a row.
Here are some highlights from those games:
Penns Valley 42, Huntingdon 21
The Rams picked up their first win of the 2012 campaign by doubling up on the Bearcats.
Ram quarterback Cam Tobias had a big night as he completed 22 of 27 passes for 240 yards and one score.
Tobias got off to a fast start as he completed 14 of 18 attempts for 172 yards before halftime.
Taylor Collison was Tobias’s favorite target as he hauled in nine balls for 87 yards. Luke Weaver and Sam Koser each caught five passes for the Rams in the PV aerial show.
Dom Hook led the Ram ground attack with 55 yards on eight carries good for a pair of touchdowns.
The victory over Huntingdon marks the first time in Penns Valley history the Rams defeated the Bearcats.
Tyrone 48, Bellefonte 10
For the second week in a row, the third quarter proved to be the downfall for the Red Raiders.
One week ago, Bellefonte trailed Central Mountain by three points before surrendering three third-quarter touchdowns en route to a 50-14 loss.
This week, Bellefonte was up 10-6 on the Golden Eagles, but again gave up three touchdowns in the third period in a 48-10 loss to Tyrone.
Midway through the third period, a poor Bellefonte punt and a costly penalty allowed Tyrone to put together the drive for the go-ahead score.
The Tyrone defense wreaked havoc with the Red Raider passing as the Golden Eagles picked off four Bellefonte passes, including a pair of pick-sixes.
Central-Martinsburg 34, Bald Eagle Area 0
The Eagles lost for the first time this season after opening with four straight wins.
Dion Barnard and Dakota Bartley only combined for 52 yards on a dozen carries.
Barnard left the game in the first period with a leg injury and never returned.
Bradi Moore was a single-handed wrecking crew for the Scarlet Dragons as he rushed for 248 yards on 21 carries, Moore scoring on runs of 20 and 60 yards.
Normally featuring a strong running game, the Eagles were held to 70 yards overland while the Scarlet Dragons piled up more than 400 (404) yards of their own.
Barnard wasn’t the only Eagle starter to get “dinged up” in the game as defensive back Dylan Womer was injured just before halftime and did not see action in the second half.
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