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NO DRAMA FOR BUCCS IN 40-6 WIN OVER SOUTH...
The Covington Buccaneers jumped all over Twin Valley South early and cruised to an impressive 40-6 win.
Tyler Noffsinger outruns the Panthers on a 90-yard kickoff return for the score.
A.J. Ouellette looks upfield for room to run against Twin Valley South.

OCTOBER 1, 2010 - WEST ALEXANDRIA
The Covington Buccaneers have become accustom to drama as two of their games have been decided on the final play and another in the final minutes.

But there was little drama for Covington on Friday as the Buccaneers jumped out to a 33-0 halftime lead cruised to a 40-6 victory over Twin Valley South, spoiling the Panthers' homecoming festivities.

"We talked about getting on top of them early and the kids did just that," said Covington coach Dave Miller. "The kids came out tonight focused and ready to play. They took care of business."

The Buccaneer defense set the tone on the first possession of the game by stuffing the Panthers inside their own territory and forcing a punt. Jake Stewart returned the punt to the house, but the celebration was short lived as a yellow flag negated the touchdown.

But Covington didn't waste much time hitting pay dirt as quarterback Isaiah Winston scooted his way in from ten yards out to give the Buccs a 6-0 lead as the point-after attempt failed.

Twin Valley South fumbled on its next possession, turning the ball over to Covington at its own 32.

On the next play Jake Stewart raced 32 yards for the score and a 12-0 lead as the two-point conversion attempt fell short.

But Covington wasn't finished in the opening frame.

This time it was Tyler Noffsinger with the big play as the senior ran untouched around left end for a 62-yard touchdown run. Once again the two-point conversion attempt failed, but Covington held an 18-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.

The big plays continued for Covington in the second quarter as Kyler Deeter scored on a 17-yard run and Winston connected with Stewart for the two-point conversion to increase the lead to 26-0.

The first half was capped by junior lineman Darren Clark, who scooped up a blocked punt by Deeter and raced 51 yards for his first high school touchdown. Stewart kicked the extra point to give the Buccs a 33-0 lead at the break.

"We made some big plays on offense, defense and special teams," Miller said.

Another big play came on the opening kickoff of the second half as Noffsinger ran right through the middle of the South kick coverage for a 90-yard touchdown. Stewart's second kick of the night were the final points of the night for Covington as the margin increased to 40-0.

Twin Valley South did score late in the third quarter on a 1-yard run by Tyler Leach, but the outcome was already in doubt.

"We were without Cory (Ely), Steven (Blei) and (Sam) Angle," Miller explained. "Then we lost (Ben) Wilson, (Josh) Boehringer and (Gabe) Mohler during the game, so we're pretty banged up. But we had some younger kids step up tonight and make plays."

Freshman Bobby Alexander had a huge night on the defensive side of the ball as he forced a fumble and recovered another South fumble. In all, Covington forced four Panther fumbles and recovered three of them.

"Defensively, we played well, especially in the first half," Miller praised. "And we had five freshman on the field a lot. Those kids got after it."

The victory improves Covington's record to 6-0 on the season and 5-0 in the CCC, while Twin Valley South drops to 1-5 overall and 1-4 in the league. Despite the record, Miller sees the potential for a really good team at South.

"They (South) are young right now and they are going through some growing pains," he said. "But Jason Schondelmyer is one heck of a coach. You can see that by the way they were prepared tonight. I have all the respect in the world for what he's doing over there with a young group of kids."

For Miller and the Buccs, getting healthy is at the top of the priority list heading into next week's game against National Trail.

"We've got some guys banged up and we'll work this week on getting them healthy," Miller said. "We need to get as healthy as we can for the stretch run here."

Because the Buccs don't need any more drama.

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... 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH FINAL
BUCCS 18 15 7 0 40
PANTHERS 0 0 6 0 6
SCORING SUMMARY:
1ST QUARTER:
COV: Isaiah Winston 10-yd run (kick failed)
COV: Jake Stewart 32-yd run (run failed)
COV: Tyler Noffsinger 62-yd run (pass failed)
SECOND QUARTER:
COV: Kyler Deeter 17-yd run (Winston Pass to Stewart)
COV: Darren Clark 51-yd blocked punt return (Stewart Kick)
THIRD QUARTER:
COV: Tyler Noffsinger 90-yd kickoff return (Stewart Kick)
TVS: Tyler Leach 1-yd run (Run Failed)
FOURTH QUARTER:
NONE
TEAM STATISTICS:
COVINGTON BUCCANEERS TWIN VALLEY SOUTH
First Downs 11 First Downs 9
Rushing Yards 261 Rushing Yards 186
Passing Yards 12 Passing Yards 15
Total Offense 283 Total Offense 201
Total Plays 31 Total Plays 56
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 Fumbles/Lost 4/3
Penalties 5-50 Penalties 5-40
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS:
COVINGTON INDIVIDUAL STATS TV SOUTH INDIVIDUAL STATS
RUSHING:
Tyler Noffsinger - 4-102-1TD
A.J. Ouellette - 8-51-0TD
Jake Stewart - 1-32-1TD
Trent Tobias - 5-31-0TD
Isaiah Winston - 5-23-1TD
Zakk Collins - 1-10-0TD
Bobby Alexander - 3-8-0TD
Troy Cron - 1-4-0TD
RUSHING:
Dillon Ashley - 17-91-0TD
Tony Combs - 18-81-0TD
Tyler Leach - 10-30-1TD
Michael Burke - 6-4-0TD
PASSING:
Isaiah Winston - 1-1-3yds-0TD-0INT
Jake Stewart 1-2-9yds-0TD-0INT
PASSING:
Dillon Ashley - 2-2-8yds-0TD-0INT
Michael Burke - 1-3-7yds-0TD-0INT
RECEIVING:
Jake Stewart - 1-3-0TD
Isaiah Winston - 1-9-0TD
RECEIVING:
Dylan Owens #59 and the rest of the Buccaneer defense was stingy as ever against the Panthers' rushing attack.