SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ-TV) -- Two of the best teams in the Kanawha Valley met Friday night on the gridiron, and as expected, it was a high-scoring affair.
Capital hit the road to take on South Charleston. The Cougars would score first thanks to quarterback Tyhree Pratt. He would get Capital in great field position with a long run, and the Cougars would get on the board first.
However, on the ensuing kickoff, South Charleston's Kevin Forest showed off his speed nearly taking it back all the way before being dragged down by Capital's Rashad Cunningham.
The Black Eagles came right back, driving down the field and eventually scoring on an Adrian Cunningham touchdown, tying the game at 7.
Later in the game, Capital's Kashaun Haley would return a punt for a touchdown, and the Cougars hang on in overtime to get the 34-31 win.