The Lewis County Pee Wee football team was on the road on Sunday, Sept. 24, when they faced the South Harrison Hawks in a Mountaineer Youth Football game.
The two teams each scored a first quarter touchdown with South Harrison scoring first to take a 7-0 lead.
Lewis County answered back when Jesse Kemper scored on a one yard run and when the conversion failed South Harrison held a 7-6 lead after one quarter of play.
The Hawks scored touchdowns in the second and third quarters to extend their lead after three quarters to 21-6.
Lukas Moodispaw brought the Minutemen closer as he scored on a 60-yard run and after the failed conversion South Harrison now had a 21-12 lead.
Lewis County, however, could not score anymore, and when the final horn sounded South Harrison had a 21-12 win.
Lukas Moodispaw gained 137 yards on nine carries, with a touchdown, while Jesse Kemper added the other touchdown.
Garrett Moats and Jesse Kemper had fumble recoveries for the Minutemen while Ben Putnam had an interception.
Jacob Padgett had 10 tackles and Logan Boyce added 8 tackles and a quarterback sack. Lewis County will be back in action on Saturday, Sept. 30, when they will host Grafton at 5 p.m., at the Robert L. Bland Athletic Field.
Score By Quarters
Lewis County 6 0 0 6 - 12
South Harrison 7 7 7 0 - 21
Individual Statistics: Rushing: Lewis County: Jorrin Baxter 6-37; Lukas Moodispaw 9-137-TD; Jesse Kemper 7-35-TD; Ben Putnam 3-0; Team 2-(-3); Totals 27-206
Passing: Lewis County: Ben Putnam 3 0f 8 for 19 yards
Receiving: Lewis County: Ian Brown 2-21; Lukas Moodispaw 1-(-2)
Defense: Aden Anderegg 1 tackle; Brayden Helmick 3 tackles; Brody White 1 tackle; Jorrin Baxter 2 tackles 1 assist; Jacob Padgett 10 tackles 5 assists; Ben Putnam 6 tackles 1 assist 1 interception; Logan Boyce 8 tackles 2 assists 1 sack; Garrett Moats 1 assist 1 fumble recovery; Damien Smith 1 tackle; Lukas Moodispaw 1 assist; Jesse Kemper 2 tackles 1 fumble recovery; McKennon Paugh 1 tackle