No. 2 Pinson Valley blanks Jasper 35-0

From Staff Reports
Posted 9/22/17

PINSON — With Pinson Valley’s highly-touted quarterback Bo Nix out with injury, the Indians turned to back-up Barry White against Jasper — and didn’t miss a beat.

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No. 2 Pinson Valley blanks Jasper 35-0

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PINSON — With Pinson Valley’s highly-touted quarterback Bo Nix out with injury, the Indians turned to back-up Barry White against Jasper — and didn’t miss a beat.

White orchestrated three scoring drive and Khymel Chaverst ran for two touchdowns as second-ranked Pinson Valley picked up a lopsided 35-0 region victory over Jasper at Willie Adams Stadium.

The Vikings (1-3), who are now 0-2 in Class 6A, Region 6 play, have been outscored 76-6 in their two region games.

Nix played most of the first quarter, engineering a pair of touchdown drives before exiting with injury.

Pinson Valley drove 48 yards for a score to start the game. Nix completed three passes on the drive, including a 1-yard strike to Orion Morris with 8:34 left in the quarter for the early 7-0 lead.

Nix had a pair of runs to set up the next score. His second attempt set up Chaverst’s first touchdown from four yards out for a 14-0 lead with 3:53 left in the first quarter.

White hit Liallen Daley with a 26-yard touchdown pass with 3:30 left in the first half, pushing Pinson Valley’s lead to 21-0.

In the third quarter, the Indians capped an 87-yard drive behind a short touchdown run by Chaverst for a 28-0 lead at the 3:14 mark of the third quarter.

The final score came on Jaytorian Sharp 8-yard run with eight minutes left in the game.

Ethan Walker started under center for the Vikings for the first time this season — with starter Michael Crear out due to suspension. A total of four players were out for the game.

Defensively, Braxton Harris recovered a fumble for the Vikings.

Jasper, which has already played both the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in Class 6A, steps out of region play for a game at Northridge next week.