Cameron shows off running, passing skills

Sep 12, 2009 Read more: ZanesvilleTimesRecorder.com
DRESDEN -- Clay Cameron used his ability to scramble and throw and Casey Williams intercepted three passes Friday as Tri-Valley beat West Muskingum 35-19 at Jack Anderson Stadium. Read more
ltwill

Columbus, OH

#1 Sep 12, 2009
Tri-Valley really showed their skill tonight. It doesn't matter that West M had their starting receiver missing and that the starting QB was hurt. That may have had some impact on West M's playing. However, Tri-Valley would have won anyway. It was a really great game. West M never gave up and really played hard. It was a hard fought game. Tr-Valley just wanted a little more. Go DAWGS!

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