Last year at this time Allegany beat Mountain Ridge 38-0 in Frostburg. This year, there was the same outcome, but with a different score and at a different place. Allegany topped Mountain Ridge 63-7 late Friday evening at Greenway Avenue Stadium in Cumberland.
The Campers were led by Karson Robinette, who scored four unanswered touchdowns in the second quarter. The Campers started off with a 35 yard touchdown run by RJ Buford on their first drive. That was answered by Mountain Ridge when quarterback Alec Deremer fired a 14 yard touchdown pass to Tre Smith to even the score at 7 with 3:08 left in first quarter. The Miner’s kicked off to Allegany leading to a punt return by Alco’s Elisha Llewellyn giving them the lead. Llewellyn’s run was followed by an interception for a 22 yard touchdown by Hunter Harris making the score 21-7 Allegany to start the second quarter. The second quarter was all Allegany. Robinette scored 4 touchdowns with one being a 71 yard run. Robinette also scored on an interception. At halftime the Campers led the Miners 49-7. In the second half the Miners came out with a new attitude trying to put some more points on the board. The Miners kicked off and the Campers answered right away by running the ball back for a touchdown making it 56-7. Later in the third quarter, Allegany’s Rashaad Wingate ran the ball in for a 14 yard touchdown making the final score 63-7. For the Miners, Alec Deremer was 7/13 for 95 passing yards. Catches were made by Brant Hughes, Tre Smith, and Tristan Pinto. Mountain Ridge rushed for 58 yards on 33 carries. Tristan Pinto led the team with 50 yards on 18 carries. The Miners also combined for 113 yards on kickoff returns with help from Bryson Sivic, Jared Horsemen, and Colby Fleming. Multiple tackles for Mountain Ridge were made by Kory Hunter and Marcus Folk and Christian Welch for Allegany. Next Friday, the Miners (0-3) play Hampshire at home still seeking their first win, while Allegany (2-1) will face Williamsport at Greenway.