The Timberwolves were just 1-7 last year and the Tigers were only 2-6.
Both are hoping to make strides this fall.
Chapmanville took a step in the right direction with Thursday night’s season-opening 44-12 victory over LMS at Logan Stadium, avenging last year’s loss to the T-Wolves.
Leading the way for the Tigers was running back Dylan Wiley, who scored four touchdowns and four two-point conversions. Wiley, the younger brother to Chapmanville High School running back David Wiley, scored on TD runs of 30, 28, 25 and 42 and rolled up 210 yards on the ground on 15 carries (14 yards per carry).
“I’m proud of the entire team,” CMS coach P.D. Clemens said. “Our offensive line n John Toler, Joe Woody, Michael Watts, Mark Lawson and Thomas Belcher n played extremely well as did our entire defense.”
Logan scored its two TDs on a 71-yard kickoff return by Caleel Bryant and a 74-yard fumble return by Joe Street.
CMS led 24-6 after one quarter, 30-12 at the half and 44-12 after three. The fourth quarter was scoreless.
Tyler Cox added 78 yards rushing on eight carries for the Tigers and one score n a 5-yard TD run in the third quarter.
Chase Queen had five rushes for 22 yards and one score n a 1-yard run in the third quarter.
Caleb Belcher had five tackles and two QB sacks for CMS. John Toler had four tackles and one assist. Cox, Dustin Smith, Mark Lawson and David Cavins all had three tackles.
No T-Wolves statistics were made available as of presstime.
Chapmanville (1-0) returns to action next Wednesday at Lenore. LMS (0-1) hosts Ripley next Thursday.