Hinton, W.Va. — The Summers County Bobcats improve to (7-2) in 2016 as they take down the Richwood Lumberjacks 70-28 on homecoming night in Hinton.
The Bobcats No.8 in Class A this week jumped out to a big lead and didn’t look back versus the Lumberjacks (0-9). The Bobcats 70 points in a game, I need to check with a Summers County football historian to see if that is a school record or not, but either way an impressive feat.
Summers (7-2) hosts Mount View (5-4) Friday night to end the regular season in Hinton as the Bobcats look to secure a home playoff game, but must take down Mount View to give themselves a chance to make it happen.
The Golden Knights are very much improved from year’s past and will be a challenge for the Bobcats. The fans will get a good game in this one on Friday in Hinton, might as well say the playoffs for both teams start with this game.
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