Warren Dawgs players Blake Peterson, Noah Pape, and Tanner Stuart combine on the tackle for a loss against Smethport. Photo courtesy Mandie Englert.

Warren Hogs Victorious at Home, Dawgs Fall at Smethport

August 21, 2022

Defense ruled the weekend for the Warren County Youth Football League travel teams. On Sunday, the Warren Hogs pitched a shutout with an 8-0 win over visiting Port Allegany on Wolverine Mountain.

The Warren Dawgs dropped a tough, 6-0 decision in overtime at reining league champion Smethport on Saturday.

WARREN HOGS 8, PORT ALLEGANY 0
SHEFFIELD, Pa. – Ty Bryan’s 45-yard touchdown pass to Wyatt Wilson proved to be all the scoring the Warren Hogs would need as the defense held tough in an 8-0 win over visiting Port Allegany.

Both defenses proved too tough to crack in the first half and the teams were tied at 0-0 at halftime. After a 3-and-out to start the second half, Bryan and Wilson were able to connect on the long scoring play in the Hogs’ second series.

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Bryan had to scramble on the 2-point conversion, eluded a pair of defenders and hit Wilson again for the final margin. Bryan finished with 142 passing yards. Wilson had 85 receiving yards and Parker Kiser had 69 total yards (57 receiving, 12 rushing).

Thanye Gourley led the rushing attack with 47 yards.

Cooper Nobles and Drake Brown each had six tackles, including three for a loss. Kiser had 5.5 tackles and a pass breakup and Keegan Weissinger had five tackles. Bennie Matson recovered a fumble, the game’s only turnover, and added multiple tackles. Jerett Lang, Gourley, Gavin Mealy, and Conlin Phillips each added multiple tackles.

The Hogs host Coudersport on Wolverine Mountain on Sunday, Aug. 28 at 1 p.m.

SMETHPORT 6, WARREN DAWGS 0, OT
SMETHPORT, Pa. – Two-time defending league champion Smethport scored on the final play of the game to hold off the Warren Dawgs for a 6-0 win in overtime Saturday.

Blake Peterson led the Dawgs ground attack with 57 yards.

The Dawgs racked up 42 total tackles in the game, with 14 different players registering a stop. Tanner Stuart, Peterson, and Colin Havers were the team’s leading tacklers. Grant May’s interception was the only turnover in the contest.

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