Lucasville runs past Bobcats

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, September 28, 2004

LUCASVILLE - A tale of two halves.

The Lucasville Valley Indians used a big second half to roll past the Green Bobcats 41-0 Friday in a Southern Ohio Conference game.

"We didn't handle the situation very well," Green coach Kevin Sheridan said. "And we need to play better defense. We moved the ball well at times and we forced some turnovers, but we just didn't finish our drives."

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David Myers racked up 206 yards on 17 rushes as the Indians racked up 474 yards rushing. Corey Gulley added 99 yards on seven carries.

Mark Castro was the workhorse for the Green offense. He had 37 rushes for 144 yards.

Kyle Arnold caught a 10-yard pass from Brock Williams to put Lucasville up 6-0 in the first quarter.

Gulley had a 4-yard run for a touchdown in the second quarter to lead 12-0. A bad snap on a punt put the lead at 14-0 before the half.

Lucasville blew the game open in the third quarter with a pair of touchdown runs of 6 yards by Myers and 2 yards by Gulley and it was 28-0.

The Indians capped the scoring as Travis Jones ran 16 and 4 yards for TDs.

Green, 2-3 and 0-1, hosts Symmes Valley next Friday.



First Quarter

LV - Kyle Arnold 10 pass from Brock Williams (kick failed)

Second Quarter

LV - Corey Gulley 4 run (kick blocked)

LV - Safety (ball snapped out of end zone)

Third Quarter

LV - David Myers 6 run (Jared Hettinger kick)

LV - Corey Gulley 2 run (Jared Hettinger kick)

Fourth Quarter

LV - Travis Jones 16 run (Jared Hettinger kick)

LV - Travis Jones 4 run (no attempt)


Individual Leaders

RUSHING – Green: Mark Castro 37-144, Josh Moore 8-23, Derek Lewis 3-minus 1, C.J. Blevins 1-minus 6, Jeff Crisp 1-1; Lucasville: David Myers 17-206, Chuck Gregory 4-33, Ryan Turner 6-50, Tiny Anderson 1-13, Corey Gulley 7-99, Brock Williams 2-21, Travis Jones 3-42, Craig Williams 2-10.

PASSING – Green: Derek Lewis 1-6-1 6; Lucasville: Brock Williams 3-6-0 44.

RECEIVING – Green: Josh Moore 1-6; Lucasville: Kyle Arnold 2-30, Tiny Anderson 1-14.