By: Jeremy D. Wells
Carter County Times
The West Carter Comets took home their fifth win of the season, with a 41-20 victory against the Prestonsburg Blackcats on the road last Friday.
Quarterback Eli Estepp had six pass completions, for 133 passing yards, and one touchdown pass on the evening.
That pass, to Blake McGlone, was one of the running back and safety’s two receptions on the evening, for a total of 40 yards. Another 67 yards came courtesy of Jackson Bond’s three receptions, and 26 yards from Sam Jones.
Estepp and Jackson Bond each added a rushing touchdown to the total as well. But it was Cole Crampton who really delivered for the Comets, running in three rushing touchdowns and rushing for a total of 113 yards. Bond rushed for 15 yards, while Estepp added another two yards to the team’s rushing total.
On points after touchdown, Isaac Bond added an extra point for the Comets on a kick, and Landen Waggoner ran in a two-point conversion for the team, bringing the total points scored to 41.
On defense Conner Greene had ten assists and one solo tackle. Isaac Bond had eight assists and one solo. Jones had five assists and three solo. Neil Lusher had four assists and three solo tackles. Samuel Rayburn had two assists and three solo. McGlone had one assist and three solo. Bradyn Flener had two assists and one solo. Jackson Kidwell had five assists, Gavin Adams had four assists, and Jacob Judd and Preston Nauman each had two assists. Kaden Wilson, Brent King, Jake Barker, and Harley Bailey each had a single assist. King also had the Comets only interception of the game, for a gain of six yards.
The Comets next game is at home, against Martin County, on Friday October 15.
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