Warriors prepare for Summers County
by By John Conley email@example.com
Wyoming East is preparing for a battle of unbeatens this Friday.
East and Summers County, both 3-0 and tied for No. 4 in the first Class AA SSAC ratings released earlier this week, will clash at Hinton.
“It will be tough,” said Warriors coach Gary Poindexter. “They have four guys who are capable of scoring at any time from anywhere on the field.”
The Bobcats leaders include Isaiah Brown, who ran for two touchdowns and returned a kick for another in last wee’s win over Grafton.
Jaquan Ayers is second to Brown in rushing yards on the team. Quarterback T.J. Smith has both passed and run for scores.
Wyoming East running back Jacob Summe will be back in action for the first time since suffering an injury in a scrimmage.
“Everybody’s healthy,” stated Poindexter. “We have Summe back and we’ll use him like we normally would.”
Summe ran for over 1,200 yards last season and was a second team all-stater.
The Warriors have gone to Coty Bishop, Nik Walker and Brian Whitt on the ground.
Quarterback Aaron Griffith has thrown for seven touchdowns. Favorite targets include Christian Hedinger and Jacob Dulcie.
Game time is 7:30 p.m.
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