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Warriors Tame Coyotes 30-13

Clarksburg’s momentum may have been high after coming off a 27-8 victory in last’s week season opener against Churchill, but knew they’d have to bring their best when they hosted Sherwood Friday night, in a highly anticipated non-conference matchup. The Coyotes could not keep the momentum from last week and lost at home falling 30-13.

Unlike last week’s game, this week the Coyotes were coming in as the underdog. The Warriors being projected to win the matchup.

Clarksburg Head Coach Larry Hurd had said Sherwood was one of the most talented football teams he’d seen, and they proved to be just that.

Senior Justin Parrales had an early 13-yard touchdown with 3:01 in the first half to give Clarksburg an early 7-3 lead, but Sherwood’s high-tempo offense was too much for the Coyotes to control.

The Coyotes had their hands full with Sherwood’s offense, led by West Virginia University commit Marcus Simms, who had a terrific night, grabbing four catches for 82-yards, a touchdown, and a touchdown pass.

The Warriors went into halftime leading the Coyotes by two, leaving the second half wide open for both teams.

Clarksburg’s offense struggled to efficiently move the ball only putting six points on the board in the second half. Senior quarterback Hunter Reimer had a quiet game this week. There was nothing Cla