Beaver Falls 35, New Brighton 14 FINAL

Game Recap

Trey Hall and Damian Rawl each rushed for more than 100 yards as Beaver Falls (6-1, 5-1) moved into a tie for second place in the MAC with a 35-14 victory at New Brighton.

Hall finished with a team-best 165 yards and three touchdowns on a muddy Oak Hill Field, while Rawl chipped in 111 on 10 carries -- one of which was a 42-yard score.

New Brighton (2-5, 1-5) rushed for only 58 yards. Lions' leading rusher Kellen Mackey missed his second straight game with an injury.

Scoring summary

Beaver Falls 14 6 8 7 -- 35

New Brighton 0 6 0 8 -- 14

BF: Hall 1 run (kick failed)

BF: Rawl 42 run (Hall run)

BF: Hall 2 run (kick failed)

NB: Fabyanic 25 pass from Nevill (kick failed)

BF: Hall 5 run (Hall run)

BF: Clark 29 pass from Nesmith (Richards kick)

NB: Thompson 9 pass from Greco (Thomas run)

RUSHING

Beaver Falls: Hall 28-165, Rawl 10-111, Cuttrell 2-11, Jones 1-5, Nesmith 3-1, Revels 1-(minus-1), Stratton 3-(minus-1), Sweigart 1-(minus-4); New Brighton: Tomasi 1-25, Nevill 16-19, Thomas 4-11, Greco 3-3.

PASSING

Beaver Falls: Nesmith 6-15-81-1-0; New Brighton: Nevill 6-18-74-1-0, Greco 1-3-9-1-0.

RECEIVING

Beaver Falls: Clark 3-53, Rawl 2-16, Hall 1-12; New Brighton: Fabyanic 2-45, Devinney 1-19, Thompson 1-9, Thomas 1-9, Tomasi 1-6, Stroebel 1-5.

Details: Friday, 7 p.m., Oak Hill Field

Last week: Beaver Falls def. Freedom 49-26, New Brighton lost to Laurel 34-28

Last meeting: Beaver Falls 44-20 last season

Fast Facts: Traditionally, this game has been played for the little brown jug, but Beaver Falls is more concerned with keeping its home playoff chances, and New Brighton needs a win just to stay alive. ... Except for being shutout by Aliquippa, Beaver Falls is averaging over 44 points per game, and there has been one major change since the Aliquippa game: The Tigers have unveiled a passing game. Weslley Nesmith has passed for 815 yards this - 104 in the first three and 711 in the last three. ... Trey Hall has led Beaver Falls on the ground with 852 yards rushing and 12 TDs. He has 3,739 yards rushing for his career and could reach 4,000 this game. He played his first two years at New Brighton. ... New Brighton scored 28 against Laurel last week without leading rusher Kellen Mackey. Michael Nevill rushed for 79 yards and passed for 164. On the season, he has 685 yards passing and 517 rushing. Mackey has rushed for 700 yards.

Source : https://www.timesonline.com/article/20111014/Sports/310149898

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