OPSWA High School Football Notebook Week 4 September 13, 2022 September 13, 2022 OPSWA High School Football Notebook Week 4 The midway point of the 2022 season is almost here. But before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s take a look back at some of the top team and individual performances from all over the state. Here is the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association High School Football Notebook for Week 4: A pair of Ohio Mr. Football winners, Mitch Trubisky and Joe Burrow, squared off Sunday in Cincinnati when the Bengals hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers. Trubisky, who won Ohio's Mr. Football award in 2012, is the starting quarterback for the Steelers. Burrow, who won the award in 2014, is the quarterback of the Bengals. Trubisky and the Steelers beat the defending AFC champions 23-20 in overtime. The Clear Fork Colts used a complete effort to knock off River Valley 44-42 in what will be considered the game of the year in the Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference. Clear Fork nearly had three players run for 100 yards apiece as Victor Skoog piled up 114 yards on 20 carries with three touchdowns, Pawie Ault had 92 yards on 17 carries with two touchdowns and Trystyn Robison added 97 yards on nine carries. Skoog also completed 9-of-12 passes for 99 yards and a score to lead the Colts to a huge MOAC-opening win that puts them in the driver’s season for a league championship. The Lucas Cubs improved to 3-1 behind an offensive explosion in a 55-21 win over previously undefeated Mapleton. The Cubs ran for 347 yards on 32 carries and threw for 127 yards on just four completions to collect nearly 500 yards of total offense. Andrew Smollen threw for 127 yards while Logan Toms ran for 117 on just eight carries and Andrew Fanello caught three passes for 114 yards as the three-headed monster carried the Cubs to victory. Plymouth’s Shae Sparks helped the Big Red picked up their first Firelands Conference-opening victory since 2011 by running for 261 yards on just 15 carries with three touchdowns of 50, 13 and 82 yards. The Big Red collected 432 yards on 31 carries and threw for 118 yards to collected a whopping 550 yard of total offense. They also put up their best defensive performance of the season after allowing an average of 43 points a game through the first three contests to hold Monroeville to just seven. Lexington freshman Markale Martin helped first-year head coach Andrew Saris earn the first win of his career in a 30-7 decision over Mount Vernon. Martin burst onto the scenes with 132 yards and three touchdowns on just 19 carries scoring on runs of 32, 5 and 7 yards. Senior quarterback AJ Young ran for 25 yards and a 21-yard score on 11 carries, competed 10-of-13 passes for 110 yards and booted a 45-yard field goal in the massive win. The Crestview Cougars pushed their regular-season winning streak to 15 games thanks to a 24-12 Firelands Conference-opening victory over Western Reserve in Week 4. Hayden Kuhn threw for 144 yards while Adison Reymer ran for 102 yards and Caiden Cunningham caught four passes for 50 yards. Shelby freshman quarterback Brayden DeVito added to his growing legacy on Friday night compiling 355 passing yards to seven different receivers in a 34-6 win over Pleasant. He hooked up with Issaiah Ramsey seven times for 225 yards and watched as running back Miles Hall collected 120 yards on the ground including a 75-yard sprint. The Whippets are 3-1 on the season. Highland junior running back Dane Nauman was unstoppable during the Fighting Scots’ 27-17 win over Ontario running the ball 31 times for 244 yards and all four of his team’s touchdowns proving why he may be the best running back in the Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference. River Valley’s Cayden Shindone had himself a night in a 44-42 loss to Clear Fork. He completed 16-or-32 passes for 197 yards and two touchdowns while piling up 202 yards on the ground on just 17 carries with three touchdowns. Keyan Shindone was on the receiving end of 10 passes for 129 yards. Galion’s Gabe Ivy was virtually unstoppable rushing for 279 yards and four touchdowns on 33 carries in a big win over Marion Harding. At halftime he accounted for 169 of the team’s 173 yards. Colonel Crawford’s Trevor Vogt showed yet again why he’s one of the most dangerous athletes with a football in his hand. He caught two touchdown passes and returned a punt for his seventh, eighth and ninth scores of the season — it was the third special teams TD of the year so far for Vogt. Lucas Hurst earned his first win as head coach of the Franklin Wildcats by thumping rival Carlisle 34-18 on Friday night. Franklin had three rushing touchdowns - two by Tressel Gibson and one by Rylan Monk - in the win. Monk also eclipsed the century mark with 110 yards on the ground and Brayden Isaacs also helped lead the Wildcats to victory with a 27-yard interception return for a touchdown. Badin continued its domination over Roger Bacon with a 42-0 win on Friday night. The win made it 11 in a row and 15 in the last 16 meetings for the Rams, who improved their overall lead in the series which began in 1928 to 33-27-2. Alex Ritzie was 14-of-21 for 231 yards and two touchdowns for Badin. The first of his two TD throws was a 58-yard bomb to Braedyn Moore. Zach Yordy had two rushing touchdowns for the Rams. Exzaviar Moody put up his third 100-plus yard rushing game with 195 yards and two touchdowns on Friday night leading the undefeated Ansonia Tigers to a 53-6 win over rival Arcanum in Western Ohio Athletic Conference play. Moody had 178 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the Tigers season-opening win over Riverside, and then ran for 140 yards and two scores in a Week 2 win over Gamble Montessori. Moody also had a 23-yard touchdown reception against the Trojans. It was a big night for Napoleon, which defeated Northview 41-16 to open Northern Lakes League action Friday. Wildcats’ senior Andrew Williams broke the single game school rushing record with 355 yards on 31 carries. The old record was 327 yards, set by Michael Chipps last year against Maumee. As a team, Napoleon rushed for 507 yards, tying the school record, which was set in 1950. The Cats, who ran the ball 61 times, attempted just one pass in the game, a 24-yard TD pass from Blake Wolf to Trey Rubinstein. The win was also the first career victory for Napoleon coach Tyler Swary. Holgate defeated Washtenaw, Michigan, 72-8 in eight-man football Saturday night. It was the first home win for the Tigers since 2020 after playing just one game a year ago. Chris Plotts rushed for 142 yards and two TDs, while Xavier McCord was 3 of 4 passing for 100 yards and two touchdowns. McCord also returned two interceptions for scores and Isaac DeLong returned a punt and a kick-off for touchdowns for Holgate, which is 2-1 on the season after winning its last two games. Liberty Center’s defense, which has allowed a total of 27 points this season, was once again dominant in a 40-6 win over Wauseon in Northwest Ohio Athletic League play Friday. The Tigers held Wauseon to 4 yards rushing and intercepted four passes. Landen Kruse had a pair of picks, while Jeff Zacharias and Zane Zeiter also had an interception each. LC will be tested this week, when the Tigers host state-ranked Archbold. The Hawken at Cardinal game featured two stud running backs with different styles but one common denominator, that being the ability to find holes and explode through them. For Hawken, senior Dom Johnson , a part of the Hawken 4x100 meter relay state title team last spring for Hawken, gained 29 yards over right tackle on his second carry to set a tone for the Hawks, Cardinal keyed on him much of the night, though, holding him to just 47 yards on 11 carries in the first half of a 55-20 Hawken win. Johnson was a marked man all night, but did end up with 101 yards on 17 carries, but he reached the end zone three times on the ground and two more catching passes. His total yardage both ways was for just 150 yards to get those five scores, but he also had two kickoff returns in the game, one in each half, for over 61 yards each that took saving tackles both times from Cardinal tailback Josh Soltis. Soltis paced a ground game for Cardinal that actually outgained Hawken for the game as both defenses concentrated on the other’s top backs. Soltis gained 191 yards on 18 carries and scored twice for the Huskies, both in the third period as they made a game of things after Hawken took a 20-6 lead at halftime. Soltis scored on runs of 76 and 29 yards in the third period , but a 1:43 span early in the fourth period saw Hawken score three times to blow the game open. Riverside’s 21-7 upset of Chardon not only ended the two-time defending Division III state champions’ 31-game win streak, it also came with an impressive defensive performance. The Beavers outgained Chardon by a 305-to-255 margin of yardage, and 98 of those yards for Chardon came on one play. Senior nose tackle Collin Fairbanks led the charge on the defensive line with 10 tackles, including two TFL. Junior quarterback Mikey Maloney had a hand in all three of Riverside’s touchdowns. He threw for two of them with 131 yards passing and added another 73 yards rushing with a score on the ground. Only a sophomore, Akron East’s Ziaire Stevens ran for 322 yards and two TDs in the Dragons’ 40-13 victory at Brush that marked their first win of the season. Cody Coontz, a senior at Rootstown, ran wild again. He rushed for 261 yards and five TDs on 23 carries in the Rovers’ 48-6 win against Pymatuning Valley. Coontz has 1,005 yards rushing and 14 TDs on the season. Levi Ellis, a senior at Elyria Catholic, led the Panthers’ power running game with 260 yards rushing and three TDs on 23 carries in their 28-14 win at Parma Heights Holy Name. Defensively, Ellis finished with 17 tackles and blocked a field goal. Lakewood St. Edward senior edge rushers Wyatt Gedeon and Michael Kilbane got in on seven of the Eagles’ eight sacks Saturday in a 17-14 win against Cincinnati Elder. Gedeon, a Coastal Carolina commit, got in on three of them. Kilbane, a Northwestern recruit, had three of them. Both sacked the quarterback on Elder’s final drive, which started at the Panthers’ own 20-yard line and ended in four plays. Amani Powell, a junior at Villa Angela-St. Joseph, scored two TDs and rushed for 232 yards on 23 carries to help beat Wheeling Park, 54-27. He ran for one score and had another one in the passing game on a 53-yard reception. Kyle Snider of Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy lifted the Royals past Canton South, 42-36 in OT, with his fifth TD. He finished with 251 yards on 36 carries. Danny Stoddard of Medina continued his passing tear. The junior quarterback threw for 386 yards and five TDs on 28-of-41 passing in Medina’s 55-21 win against Stow. Top target Austin Knowles caught two TD passes and had 124 yards on eight receptions. Carlos Corchado, Jack Wojiack and Brennen Schramm all had at least 80 yards receiving, too. Cleveland St. Ignatius held Euclid to minus-19 yards in a 38-0 win. The last time the Wildcats held an opponent to negative rushing yardage? Bishop Sycamore from Columbus had minus-4 yards in a 33-6 loss to St. Ignatius in 2020. The Bogart boys from Bluffton were more than Spencerville could contain in Friday’s 53-35 loss to the Pirates. Garrett Bogart completed 10-of-14 passes for 191 yards and two touchdowns and rushed eight rimes for 57 yards and three scores. His twin brother Gavin rushed five times for 114 yards – including an 80-yard score – and caught three passes for 78 yards and another TD, a 70-yard strike from Garrett. McComb’s Grant Dishong completed 11-of-12 passes for 251 yards and five TDs in Friday’s 66-7 win over Van Buren. Camden Glaser caught five of those passes for 155 yards and touchdowns covering 45-, 45 and 50-yards. Moeller junior Jordan Marshall ran for 141 yards and three touchdowns and added five receptions for 56 yards and a score as the Crusaders beat Our Lady of Good Counsel (Maryland) 39-31 in Ironton. Lakota West junior Jacob Asbeck has eight tackles, six solo, three sacks and 4.5 tackles for loss as the Firebirds shutout Oak Hills 31-0. Princeton sophomore linebacker P.J. Nelson had nine tackles, six solo, two sacks and four tackles for loss as the Vikings shutout Hamilton 26-0. Milford senior quarterback Austin Hardin was 28-for-39 for 372 yards and five touchdowns as the Eagles held off Anderson 48-47. Anderson senior Santos Alvarez had 13 catches for 155 yards and three touchdowns in a 48-47 loss to Milford. Winton Woods senior running back Trey Cornist had 151 yards and two touchdowns in a 46-6 win over Little Miami. Kings senior quarterback Will Kocher was 19-for-27 for 291 yards and five touchdowns, plus 59 yards rushing as the Knights downed Loveland 55-12. Wyoming senior C.J. Hester ran for 281 yards and six scores as the Cowboys beat Indian Hill 48-7. Taft junior running back Charles Hawkins ran for 200 yards and two touchdowns in a 51-0 shutout of Meadowdale. Western Brown senior Matthew Frye had seven catches for 173 yards and three touchdowns in a 41-35 loss to Jackson. New Richmond quarterback A.J. Metzger was 29-for-36 for 340 yards and five touchdowns and ran for 53 yards in a 49-27 win over Talawanda. Williamsburg quarterback J.J. Miller threw for 356 yards and five touchdowns in a 48-41 loss to Hillsboro. With injuries mounting, Blanchester was in dire straits going in to its matchup against Norwood. So coach Jon Mulvihill moved starting offensive tackle Ty Goodwin to the backfield. Taking every play on a direct snap, Goodwin ran 42 times for 286 yards and 2 touchdowns while passing for another 41 yard score in a 30-21 win. Wilmington won its first game under new head coach Ryan Evans, 45-0 over Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. The Hurricane scored 2 defensive touchdowns (pick-6s by Luke Achtermann and Tyler Kramer) and a punt return touchdown by Adrien Cody. The WHS defense held CHCA to 19 total yards (-1 rushing). On offense, Caydn Denniston ran for 215 yards and 2 touchdowns. New Lex’s Hunter Rose ran for 202 yards and two scores on 21 carries and Lukas Ratliff had 210 total yards and two rushing TDs as New Lexington downed West Muskingum 26-13. Ty Shawger had 117 yards and two TDs on 25 rushes for West M. Zanesville’s Drew Doyle accounted for four TDs in a 35-7 win over Lakewood. He had 21 totes for 158 yards and went 5-of-5 passing for 171 yards, while Robert Guest had a 90-yard INT return for a score. River View’s Orin McKee had a 60-yard fumble return and Bruno Miller, an exchange student from Germany, kicked field goals of 36 and 35 yards in a 20-15 victory over Philo. Logan Gilcher carried the John Glenn offense, churning up 207 yards and two TDs on 35 carries in a 20-7 victory over Coshocton. Max Lyall threw for 165 yards and three touchdowns as Tri-Valley shut out Maysville 21-0. Reid Packer had 95 yards and a TD on the ground and also nabbed a key interception to help Sheridan seal an 18-13 win over Morgan. Defensive back Nigel Glover, a Northwestern commit, scooped up a Fairmont fumble and raced 48 yards untouched to give the Thunderbolts a 21-0 lead with 11:04 left in the first half en route to a 28-0 win. Glover led the defense with six solo tackles and four assists. It marked the third straight shutout win for Clayton Northmont and its first victory in Greater Western Ohio Conference play as the Thunderbolts improved to 4-0 and 1-0 in conference play. Kettering Fairmont suffered its first loss, falling to 3-1 and 0-1. Quarterback Cahke' "Deuce" Cortner, a junior, passed for 110 yards and rushed for 48 yards and two touchdowns during the victory. Springfield quarterback Bryce Schondelmyer passed for 262 yards and three touchdowns in the No. 8 Wildcats’ 21-7 victory over Huber Heights Wayne. Anthony Brown caught seven passes for 108 yards. Wayne’s Zachariah Williams rushed for 182 yards on 27 carries. Springboro quarterback Evan Ruzzo was 12 of 15 for 220 yards and three touchdowns in a 49-10 victory over Beavercreek. He also rushed for 112 yards and a touchdown on seven carries. Maxim Butler caught three passes for 107 yards and a touchdown. Centerville quarterback threw touchdown passes of 52 and 18 yards in the fourth quarter to lead the Elks to a 17-0 victory over Miamisburg. The Elks have allowed 20 points in four games. Northmont’s Brian Jones, Payton Lupton, Nigel Glover and Christian Pendleton combined for 36 tackles and led a defensive effort that recorded two sacks and seven tackles for loss in a 28-0 victory over previously unbeaten Kettering Fairmont. Unbeaten Northmont has allowed 13 points this season and recorded three straight shutouts. Dayton Chaminade Julienne rushed for 482 yards in a 50-46 victory over Cincinnati Hughes. Josiah Payne gained 134 yards and scored three touchdowns on 21 carries. Aiden Lowery gained 168 yards on 16 carries. Trotwood-Madison quarterback Timothy Carpenter threw two fourth-quarter touchdown passes to lift the Rams to their first victory, 26-24 over Kettering Alter. Carpenter hit Quinten Johnson with a 20-yard TD pass then freshman Armani Rogers for a 60-yarder to take the lead. Bellbrook’s Elijah Brooks rushed for 165 yards on 22 carries and opened the game with a 75-yard touchdown in a 24-14 victory over Eaton. Franklin freshman linebacker Brayden Isaacs recorded 23 tackles, including 13 solos, in a 34-18 victory over Carlisle. Brookville’s Tim Davis rushed for 135 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries in a 36-22 victory over Monroe. Germantown Valley View’s Jacob Clark rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries in a 38-3 victory over Oakwood. Dayton Northridge rushed for 469 yards in a 46-7 victory over Casstown Miami East. Quarterback Jayden Kelly rushed for 219 yards and four touchdowns on 12 carries, and running back Jeremy Henry gained 175 yards on 13 carries. Fairborn’s J.T. Smith rushed for 141 yards and three touchdowns on 21 carries and passed for 131 yards and a touchdown in a 36-35 victory over Greenville. Brock Short led Greenville with 187 yards and five touchdowns on 22 carries. Xenia’s Trei’Shaun Sanders rushed for 152 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries in a 28-0 victory over Piqua in a battle of ranked and unbeaten teams. Xenia tackle Jamell Smith had 13 tackles and four tackles for loss. Tipp City Tippecanoe’s Xavier Smith rushed for 170 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries in a 64-0 victory over West Carrollton. Troy’s Jahari Ward rushed for 152 yards and a touchdown on 30 carries in a 17-7 victory over Riverside Stebbins. Camden Preble Shawnee’s Brody Morton completed 18 of 24 passes for 265 yards and four touchdowns in a 53-26 victory over West Alexandria Twin Valley South. Hillsboro junior fullback Austin Barrett set the school record in rushing yards for a game with 370 yards on 22 carries, plus he tied the school record with five touchdown runs en route to the Hillsboro Indians’ 48-41 win in overtime against the visiting Williamsburg Wildcats. McClain junior Andrew Potts rushed 15 times for 175 yards and two touchdowns while only playing in the first half where he averaged 11.7 yards per carry. Potts also caught two passes for another 47 yards. Paint Valley’s Dom Chambers had 18 carries for 187 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 10.4 yards per carry. Teammate Braylon Robertson finished with 10 carries for 112 yards and three rushing scores, averaging 11.2 yards per carry. Also for Paint Valley, Carson Free caught six passes for 112 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 18.7 yards per catch. Ironton senior quarterback Tayden Carpenter completed 11 of 16 passes for 234 yards and two touchdowns, and rushed for 35 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries, in Ironton's 32-21 win over Johnson Central (Ky.) on Saturday night. Carpenter was named the game's Most Valuable Player, part of the three-game first annual Ironton Gridiron Classic. Franklin Furnace Green junior Nathaniel Brannigan rushed for 289 yards and six touchdowns on 25 carries with one 2-point conversion run, and senior Landan Lodwick rushed for 205 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries with three 2-point conversion runs, in the Bobcats' 65-52 high-scoring win over Racine Southern on Friday night. Lodwick also caught the Bobcats' only pass recpetion for 35 yards, and returned five kickoffs for 112 total yards. McDermott Northwest junior Connor Lintz landed an all-around impressive effort in the Mohawks' 19-7 win over Oak Hill on Friday night. Lintz rushed for 130 yards on seven carries including an 80-yard touchdown run, caught a 45-yard touchdown reception, made one defensive interception, and added a 44-yard kickoff return. Portsmouth West senior Ryan Sissell rushed for 212 yards and four touchdowns on 18 carries, and junior Jeffery Bishop caught two passes for two touchdowns and 113 yards in the Senators' 49-7 win over Wellston. Those two TD receptions by Bishop were the only pass attempts by senior quarterback Mitchell Irwin. Lucasville Valley senior quarterback George Arnett completed 12-of-17 passes for 247 yards and two touchdowns, and Aiden Waughtel made three receptions for 109 yards and one TD, in the Indians' 35-0 win over Beaver Eastern. Wheelersburg junior Creed Warren returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown, returned an interception 52 yards for a touchdown, and carried five times for a team-high 75 yards in the Pirates' 49-7 win at Ashland (Ky.) on Friday night. Franklin coach Luke Hurst got his first win 34-18 over Carlisle. Centerville got two interceptions from Ross Coppock and Joseph Jean-Louis in 17-0 win over Miamisburg to improve to 4-0. Dayton Christian quarterback Preston Sellers threw for 293 yards and four scores as the Warriors improved to 2-2 with a 44=24 win over New Miami Evan Ruzzo had another big night for Springboro. Ruzzo threw for 220 yards and ran for 112 in the Panthers win over Beavercreek. The loss snapped a two game winning streak for Beavercreek Valley View had 408 yards in total offense with Caden Henson throwing for 133 and Jake Clark rushing for 134 in a 33-3 win over Oakwood. West Carrollton was held to 39 yards in total offense in a 64-0 loss to Tipp City. Xenia's Trei'Shaun Sanders ran for 152 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries to help the Bucs, ranked No. 10 in the initial Division II state poll, defeat No. 6 Piqua 28-0. JT Smith accounted for four touchdowns, including the game winning score and two-point conversion with 39 seconds left, as Fairborn got its first win of the year by defeating Greenville 36-35. Bellbrook's Elijah Brooks had his third straight 100-yard rushing performance in a win against Eaton. He amassed a career high 165 yards on 22 carries and scored on a 75-yard touchdown run. The Chillicothe run defense found its footing Friday night against one of the top rushing attacks in southeastern Ohio. The Cavaliers (3-1) entered their Week 4 contest at Waverly having allowed 225 yards per game. The Tigers’ running game was at a 280 yards per game average and headlined by Jase Hurd’s 214 yards per contest clip. Chillicothe held Waverly (2-2) to 84 yards on the ground while Hurd accounted for 85 yards rushing as the Cavaliers left with a 42-12 win. Chillicothe is now 8-0 all-time in the series after the win, which was dormant since an 80-0 win by the Cavaliers in 1935. In the seven prior meetings before Friday night, Chillicothe pitched seven shutouts with the combined score of the contests at 401-0. Huron quarterback Dylan Hohler threw four touchdowns and ran for another in the Tigers' 38-14 win over Lima Central Catholic. He was 18-for-24 passing for 277 yards while running for 62 additional yards. The senior now has taken part in 18 touchdowns through the first four weeks as Huron is off to a 4-0 start. Margaretta running back Jake Boggs carried 27 times for 167 yards and three touchdowns in the Polar Bears' 37-23 win over previously undefeated Ottawa Hills. Boggs also found the end zone on a 24-yard interception return to help Margaretta improve to 4-0, its best start since 2002. St. Paul's Quincey Crabbs ran 17 times for 193 yards and three TDs on the ground in a 54-20 win over South Central. He also caught a touchdown and took a blocked punt to the end zone to total five TDs. Clyde senior Abe Morrison took part in five touchdowns during the Fliers' 44-0 win over Toledo Start. Morrison completed 13-of-22 passes for 158 yard and four touchdowns through the air, including two to Ben Wott. He also ran six times for 26 yards and another TD. Port Clinton senior Cam Gillum threw four passing touchdowns in PC's 54-14 win over Toledo Bowsher. Gillum also found paydirt a fifth time when he returned a first-quarter interception 82 yards for a TD. Connor Smith of Gibsonburg carried 45 times for 355 yards and six touchdowns in a 44-14 win over Tiffin Calvert. Mason Heintschel of Oregon Clay completed 29 of 39 passes for 366 yards and four touchdowns in a 64-31 loss to Fremont Ross. Clay's Christian Mays caught 14 passes for 146 yards and a touchdown. Kaden Holmes of Fremont Ross was 21 of 25 passing for 305 yards and three touchdowns in a 64-31 win at Oregon Clay. Adam Hrynciw of Ross had five catches for 134 yards and a TD. Hayden Wickard of Bloomdale Elmwood completed 15 of 20 passes for 305 yards and five touchdowns in a 68-14 win over Fostoria. Andrew Williams of Napoleon had 355 yards and four touchdowns on 31 carries in a 41-16 win over Sylvania Northview. Chris Edmonds of Toledo Central Catholic rushed 33 times for 250 yards and four touchdowns in a 50-17 win at Findlay. Joe Caswell of Whitehouse Anthony Wayne ran for 235 yards and three touchdowns in a 41-3 win over Maumee. Isaac Sexton of Sylvania Southview carried 31 times for 202 yards and a touchdown in a 30-14 win over Holland Springfield. Taylen Miller of Holland Springfield rushed 20 times for 201 yards in a 30-14 loss to Sylvania Southview. Aiden Antry of Genoa had 189 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries in a 32-28 win over Rossford. Carson Dominique of Archbold rushed 23 times for 172 yards and two touchdowns in a 28-14 win over Bryan. Nash Meyer of Hamler Patrick Henry completed 18 of 21 passes for 279 yards and two touchdowns in a 40-7 win over Swanton. Landon Johnson of Patrick Henry caught nine passes for 149 yards. Alex Williams of Rossford was a double threat in a 32-28 loss to Genoa. Williams completed 25 of 35 passes for 257 yards and three touchdowns, and ran 24 times for 120 yards and a TD. Brenden Revels of Rossford caught 12 passes for 173 yards and a score. Blake Lichtenberg of Toledo St. John’s Jesuit was 15 of 18 passing for 254 yards and three touchdowns in a 48-13 win over Lima Senior.