It was action football, Calhoun cruising to easy victory
Price and crew moving to the goal line
Calhoun will be looking for third win next week
By Gaylen Duskey
The name is Price, Justin Price Remember it. He is Calhoun's
all-state and Friday night he showed why.
How? By scoring six touchdowns in slightly over three quarters of play
lead the Red Devils over Ritchie County by a 41-23 margin.
Price (pictured left) had help of course, lots of help. But when
it came time for the Red
Devils to seal the deal they turned to Price. And seal it he did with
touchdown runs of 3, 11, 6, 9, 14 and three while gaining 188 yards on
The game like the season opening 75-18 win over Gilmer County, was
The Red Devils scored on their first possession on Price's 3-yard run.
scored minutes later on Price's 11-yard run. Following a field goal by
Ritchie's Adam Mullenix the Red Devils rolled off two more scores -
Price - and by intermission Calhoun led 28-3 and the legendary Fat
singing "turn out the lights."
Price gave the Red Devils their biggest lead of the night on the first
series following intermission when his 14-yard run made it 35-3.
After trading touchdowns - Calhoun's was the sixth by Price - Ritchie
two meaningless late touchdowns against the reserves to set the final
Calhoun's penchant for penalties both real - seven encroachment
and imagined - a horrible and incorrect roughing the quarterback
which gave Ritchie its final score - was the biggest thing that made
game as close as it was.
The Red Devils also had six fumbles but lost only one.
Calhoun, now 2-0 on the season, opens its home schedule this coming
night against Doddridge (0-2). Doddridge beat Calhoun 21-20 last