Saturday, September 25, 1999

Finneytown takes to air to rally


Came back from a 10-0 deficit in 1st quarter

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        After falling behind 10-0 in the first quarter, Finneytown had to go to the air to catch up. They did, beating Reading 36-10 on Friday.

        Jason Gardner passed for three straight touchdowns to give the Wildcats the lead. After a second quarter touchdown pass to Jason Heard, Gardner threw passes of 65 and 68 yards in the second half.

        Finneytown sealed the victory with touchdown runs from Santino Lambert and Jason Heard.

        Gardner completed three-of-four passes for 138 yards and three touchdowns and Jason Heard rushed for 162 yards on 22 carries. Reading ....... 10  0   0  0—10 Finneytown ....... 0  6  23  7—36

        R—Anderson 32 FG

        R—Coffey 3 run (Anderson kick)

        F—Jason Heard 5 pass from Jason Gardner (kick blocked)

        F—Jim Brehm 65 pass from Gardner (Heard run)

        F—Drew Reichle 68 pass from Gardner (Ogletree run)

        F—Santino Lambert 1 run (Horwarth kick)

        F—Heard 44 run (Horwarth kick)

        Records: F 4-1 (CHL 2-1), R 2-3 (0-3).

        • Indian Hill 36, Taylor 7, at Taylor — Jeremy Hamilton rushed for 153 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries leading the Braves past Taylor.

        Nick Janning fueled the passing attack for Indian Hill throwing for 198 yards and three touchdowns on seven-of-12 passing.

Indian Hill ....... 14  22  0  0—36
Taylor ....... 0   7  0  0—
7

        I—Hamilton 61 run (Rogers kick)

        I—Hamilton 5 run (Rogers kick)

        I—Safety

        I—Berre 18 pass from Janning (Rogers kick)

        T—Clemens 10 run (Messer kick)

        I—Sweeney 60 pass from Janning (run failed)

        I—Sweeney 3 pass from Janning (Rogers kick)

        Records: I 4-1 (CHL 2-1), T 1-4 (0-3).

        • Wyoming 38, Mariemont 10, at Mariemont — Senior quarterback Kyle Lewis connected with Adam Monday for two touchdowns and senior halfback David Dupee rushed for 133 yards on 33 carries for the Cowboys. Wyoming ....... 7  10  7  14—38 Mariemont ....... 3   0  0   7—10

        M—Hindert 36 FG

        W—Monday 18 pass from Lewis (Kaszubski kick)

        W—Kaszubski 42 FG

        W—Dupee 7 run (Kaszubski kick)

        W—Spore 3 fumble recovery (Kaszubski kick)

        W—Monday 6 pass from Lewis (Kaszubski kick)

        W—Pope 20 run (Kaszubski kick)

        M—McCarthy 70 pass from Fisher (Hindert kick)

        Records: W 5-0 (3-0), M 3-2 (1-2).

GCL North
        • McNicholas 26, Roger Bacon 14, at Roger Bacon — Chuck Moore ran for 152 yards and Bryan Cupito threw for 188 yards and two TDs to lead the Rockets.

        Roger Bacon led at the half, 14-13, before Cupito connected with Joe Poleneczky on a 9-yard scroing pass in the third period to give the Rockets the lead. McNicholas ....... 7  6  0  13—26 Roger Bacon ....... 7  0  7   0—14 R—Bush 80 pass from Hausfeld (Brinkman kick)

        M—Schneider 9 pass from Cupito (Tilford kick)

        M—Moore 16 run (kick blocked)

        R—Newton 20 run (Brinkman kick)

        M—Poleneczky 9 pass from Cupito (pass failed)

        M—Schmidt 28 run (Tilford kick)

        Records: M 4-0 (2-0 GCL); RB 2-3 (0-2).

GCL South
        • Elder 56, Indianapolis Arsenal Tech 0, at Elder — Senior tailback Michael Dattilo scored three first-half touchdowns to lead Elder, ranked No. 1 in the Enquirer's Tristate Top 10 rankings.

        Dattilo finished with 88 yards on nine carries. Collin Carey completed 6-of-7 pass attempts for 114 yards and two TDs.

        The Panthers jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead on the strength of two Dattilo TD scampers. By halftime, Arsenal's fate was sealed, with Elder owning a commanding 42-0 advantage.

        The Panthers improve to 5-0 with the win. They open GCL play next week at La Salle. Arsenal ....... 0   0   0  0— 0 Elder ....... 21  21  14  0—56 E—Dattilo 35 run (DeFranco kick)

        E—Dattilo 4 run (DeFranco kick)

        E—Mezger 26 pass Carey (DeFranco kick)

        E—Wainscott 20 pass from Carey (DeFranco kick)

        E—Dattilo 11 run (DeFranco kick)

        E—Tiemier 11 run (DeFranco kick)

        E—Tiemier 23 run (Wilcher kick)

        E—Stevens 1 run (Wilcher kick)

        Records: E 5-0, IA 1-4.

        • Moeller 35, La Salle 7, at Galbreath Field — Brian Reisert rushed for two touch downs and threw for another to help Moeller snap it's two-game losing streak.

        Moeller, ranked No. 4 in The Enquirer's Division I coaches poll, scored 21 unanswered points to open the game. Reisert ran for the first score and passed for the second.

        The Crusaders dominated defensively, especially in the second half. Moeller allowed 190 total yards and 0 rushing yards in the second half.

        Marcus Blanks carried the work load for Moeller. He ran the ball 27 times for 205 yards. La Salle ....... 0   7  0  0— 7 Moeller ....... 14  14  7  0—35 M—Reisert 1 run (Murphy kick)

        M—Ryan Hamby 11 pass from Reisert (Murphy kick)

        M—Nick Dabbelt 28 run (Murphy kick)

        L—Botts 10 run (Obert kick)

        M—Tony Brotherton 1 run (Murphy kick)

        M—Reisert 2 run (Murphy kick)

        Records: M 3-2 (GCL 1-0), L 3-2 (0-1).

        • St. Xavier 53, Indianapolis Bishop Chatard 3 at St. Xavier — Sophomore Marty Mooney completed 14-of-18 passes for 236 yards and four touchdowns to lead the No.2 ranked Bombers.

        After a slow first half, Mooney fired three touchdown strikes to three different receiver to jump start the offense.

        St. Xavier dominated both sides of the ball. The Bombers outgained Bishop Chatard 448-152.

        Steve Sollmann tallied 108 yards on 14 carries with a touchdown. Chatard ....... 3  0   0   0— 3 St. Xavier ....... 7  6  20  20—53 S—Larkin 8 pass from Mooney (Nolan kick)

        C—Ramey 29 FG

        S—Byrd 12 run (kick failed)

        S—Sollmann 38 run (Nolan kick)

        S—Arling 25 pass from Mooney (kick failed)

        S—Buening 45 pass from Mooney (Nolan kick)

        S—Larkin 37 pass from Mooney (kick failed)

        S—Herrington 4 run (Nolan kick)

        S—Herrington 3 run (Nolan kick)

        Records: SX 4-0, C 1-5.

GMC
        • Sycamore 31, Lima 13, at Sycamore — George Wells rushed for 155 yards and a touchdown, booted a 31-yard field goal and made all four of his point-after attempts to lead Sycamore to its first GMC win.

        Teammate Michael Hull added 51 yards on six carries. He scored touchdowns on runs of five and 12 yards for the winners. Lima ....... 0   0  0  13—13 Sycamore ....... 7  10  0  14—31 S—Hull 5 run (Wells kick)

        S—Corattiyil 1 run (Wells kick)

        S—Wells 31 FG

        L—Davenport 14 fumble recovery return (Wright kick)

        S—Wells 3 run (Wells kick)

        S—Hull 12 run (Wells kick)

        L—Seay 19 pass from Morris (pass failed)

        Records: L 2-3; 1-2 GMC; S 3-2; 1-2.

        • Princeton 14, Hamilton 0, at Hamilton — Micheal Moore rushed for 115 yards on 30 carries with a touchdown and Tom Daniels added a touchdown leading Princeton over Hamilton.

        Princeton's defense forced four turnovers on the game, one of which resulted in in Princeton's second score of the game. Princeton ....... 7  0  0  7—14 Hamilton ....... 0  0  0  0— 0 P—Daniels 2 run (Kuhlmann kick)

        P—Moore 7 run (Kuhlmann kick)

        Records: P 2-3 (GMC 2-1), H 2-3 (1-2).

FAVC Buckeye • Anderson 47, Northwest 14, at Anderson — Senior David Josefovsky rushed for a 129 yards for Anderson and three touchdowns.
        Anderson quarterback Brian Regan rushed eight times for 80 yards, and passed for 126 passing yards.

        Regan contributed on 3 touchdowns, one on a 36 yard pass the other two coming compliments of the quarterback sneak. Anderson compiled 464 yards worth of total offense, 338 of that coming on the ground. Northwest ....... 0  0  14   0—14 Anderson ....... 14  12   7  14—47 A—Josefovsky 3 run (Rod kick)

        A—McDaniel 10 run (Rod kick)

        A—Ellis 36 pass from Regan (kick failed)

        A—Josefovsky 1 run (pass failed)

        A—Josefovsky 3 run (Rod kick)

        N—Schneider 2 run (Hamrick kick)

        N—Baber 3 run (Hamrick kick)

        A—Regan 33 run (Rod kick)

        A—Regan 1 run (Rod kick)

        Records: A (2-3, 2-1)

        • Turpin 29, Glen Este 11, at Turpin — Glen Este took an early 3-0 lead, but Turpin scored the next 29 points.

        Jimmy Morgan, making his first start of the season at tailback, rushed 15 times for 124 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Turpin attack. Pat Sullivan added 121 passing yards and a TD.

        Greg Stephan rushed for 96 yards and a touchdown for the losing visitors. Glen Este ....... 3   0  0  8—11 Turpin ....... 0  13  8  8—29

        G—#3 37 FG

        T—Morgan 6 run (Hollar kick)

        T—Bayowski 68 pass from Sullivan (kick fail)

        T—Miller 6 run (Risor pass from Sullivan)

        T—Morgan 38 run (Sullivan run)

        G—Stephan 3 run (Rieck run)

        Records: T 3-2 (1-2 FAVC), GE 2-3 (1-2). • Mason 14, Winton Woods 7 at Winton Woods — Adam Livingston passed for a touchdown and ran for another leading Mason over Winton Woods in Fort Ancient Valley Conference action.

        Livingston finished the game with 180 yards passing, and hit Toff Hoffert for the first score in the second quarter. Deron Workman tied it up later in the quarter on a three yard run for Winton Woods. Mason ....... 0  7  7  0—14 Winton Woods ....... 0  7  0  0— 7 M—Hoffert 6 pass from Livingston (Lyon kick)

        W—Workman 3 run (McCoy kick)

        M—Livingston 2 run (Lyon kick)

        Records: M 3-2 (FAVC 3-0), W 3-2 (1-2).

FAVC Cardinal
        • Kings 55, Goshen 0, at Kings — Ronnie Swearingin rushed for three first quarter touchdowns as Kings remained unbeaten in the FAVC.

        Swearingin finished with 145 yards on 11 carries. Junior Jimmy Roobertson added 130 yards and a touchdown on eight rushes.

        Zack Woods caught two Justin Dranschak touchdown passes as Kings raced out to a 49-0 halftime lead.

        The Knight defense allowed Goshen only 106 total yards. Goshen ....... 0   0  0  0— 0 Kings ....... 28  21  0  6—55 K—Swearingin 36 run (Wilders kick)

        K—Woods 20 pass from Dranschak (Wilders kick)

        K—Swearingin 20 run (Wilders kick)

        K—Robertson 76 run (Wilders kick)

        K—Swearingin 3 run (Wilders kick)

        K—Woods 10 pass from Dranschak kick (Wilders kick)

        K—Vanscoy 1 run (Wilders kick)

        K—Carter 2 run (kick failed)

        Records: K 4-1 (3-0 FAVC), G 0-5 (0-3).

        • Lebanon 70, Wilmington 6, at Lebanon — Junior Danny Johnson led a potent Warrior attack with 138 yards on 11 carries and four touchdowns. Nick Singleton added 153 yards on 14 carries and a score. Quarterback Casey Abrams completed 5-of-7 attempts for 185 yards, 3 passing touchdowns and his fourth came on a 54-yard run to lead Lebanon. Wilmington ....... 0   6   0  0— 6 Lebanon ....... 14  28  21  7—70 L—Danny Johnson 11 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Stephens 53 pass from Casey Abrams (Eldridge kick)

        L—Johnson 1 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Nick Singleton 19 pass from Abrams (Eldridge kick)

        W—Tyler Steele 76 run (kick failed)

        L—Runyan 1 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Runyan 36 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Abrams 54 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Steve Johnson 67 pass from Abrams (Eldridge kick)

        L—Danny Johnson 16 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Danny Johnson 74 run (Eldridge kick)

        Records: L 4-1 (2-1 FAVC), W 1-4 (0-2).

        Loveland 21, Ross 14 at Ross — Blake Betz scored with four minutes to play to give Loveland the seven-point win.

        Loveland's defense held Ross on their six yard line with 30 seconds to play on what would have been the tying touchdown. Loveland ....... 0  0  7  14—21 Ross ....... 6  0  8   0—14 R—Morris 3 run (kick failed)

        L—Ashe 38 interception return (Ball kick)

        R—Smith 2 run (Huff run)

        L—Gambil 10 pass from Deis (Ball kick)

        L—Betz 4 run (Ball kick)

        Records: L 3-2 (FAVC 2-0), R 2-2 (1-1).

MVC
       
• Cincinnati Country Day 42, Jamestown Greenview 19, at Jamestown — Jon Smith took the opening kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown and Cincinnati Country Day never looked back, scoring 14 points in each of the first three quarters.

        Smith finished the game with 251 yards rushing and four rushing touchdowns, on 15 carries. Jim McKinney led Jamestown Greenview with 250 yards rushing on 26 carries. Cincinnati CD ....... 14  14  14  0—42 Jamestown ....... 7   0   6  6—19 C—Smith 96 kickoff return (McPhie kick)

        C—Smith 1 run (McPhie kick)

        J—McKinney 45 run (Jones kick)

        C—Gluckman 60 run (McPhie kick)

        C—Smith 15 run (McPhie kick)

        J—Wilson 1 run (kick failed)

        C—Smith 55 run (McPhie kick)

        C—Smith 94 run (McPhie kick)

        J—Wilson 1 run (run failed)

        Records: C 5-0, J 1-4.

        • CHCA 48, New Miami 14, at New Miami — Quarterback Jon Lucas passed for 183 yards and three touchdowns and ran for two more as visiting CHCA grabbed their first conference win.

        Lucas directed the Eagles to three scoring drives in the opening quarter, helping the winners to a 21-0 lead. CHCA cruised from then on, pulling even at 1-1 in the MVC. CHCA ....... 21  20  0  7—48 New Miami ....... 6   0  0  8—14 C—Lucas 6 run (Hunter kick)

        C—Betscher 6 run (Hunter kick)

        C—Price pass from Lucas (Hunter kick)

        N—McDay 98 kickoff return (kick blocked)

        C—Conn 27 run (Hunter kick)

        C—Lucas 49 run (kick blocked)

        C—Shan 33 pass from Lucas (Hunter kick)

        C—Betscher 67 pass from Lucas (Hunter kick)

        N—Bryant 38 pass from Payne (Payne pass from Price)

        Records: C 2-3; 1-1 MVC; N 0-4; 0-2.

        • North College Hill 49, Landmark 16, at NCH — Sophomore tailback rushed 13 times for 202 yards and three touchdowns to lead NCH. He also ran an interception back 86 yards for a TD.

        It marked Johnson's second straight 200-yard rushing game. Ray Meeker led the NCH defense with 13 solo tackles.

        Bryan Hartwig was perfect, connecting on 7-of-7 PAT's. Landmark ....... 0  0   8  8—16 NCH ....... 14  7  21  7—49 N—Johnson 5 run (Hartwig kick)

        N—Johnson 54 run (Hartwig kick)

        N—Johnson 86 interception return (Hartwig kick)

        N—Clark 28 pass from Samad (Hartwig kick)

        N—Snow 23 run (Hartwig kick)

        L—Bawtenheimer 95 kickoff return (Fryer pass from Bawtenheimer)

        N—Johnson 8 run (Hartwig kick)

        N—Meyer 1 run (Hartwig kick)

        L—Bawtenheimer 7 run (Bawtenheimer run)

        Records: L 3-2 (0-2 MVC), N 2-3 (2-1)

QCC
       
• Aiken 16, Mount Healthy 12, at Aiken — Down 12-0 at halftime, with a 0-4 record on the season, Aiken could have very easily packed it in, but the Falcons outscored Mount Healthy 16-0 in the second half to give first-year head coach Mike Irvin his first win of the season.

        Senior tailback Simeion Evans scored on a four-yard touchdown run with three minutes left to lift Aiken.

        It marks Mount Healthy's first QCC loss of the season. Mount Healthy ....... 0  12  0  0—12 Aiken ....... 0   0  8  8—16 M—Short 5 run (run fail)

        M—Short 55 run (run fail)

        A—Jefferson 6 run (Smith pass from Jefferson)

        A—Evans 4 run (Jefferson run)

        Records: A 1-4 (1-2 QCC), MH 2-3 (2-1).

        Withrow 41, Woodward 0, at Woodward — Richard Woods rushed for 116 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Tigers.

        Withrow rolled to a 28-0 lead at the break to register its second triumph in four starts this season. Withrow ....... 0  28  7  6—41 Woodward ....... 0   0  0  0— 0 WIT—Woods 14 run (Woods kick)

        WIT—Woods 2 run (Woods kick)

        WIT—Warith 47 pass from Love (Love run)

        WIT—Wood 2 run (run failed)

        WIT—Hill 66 fumble recovery (Woods kick)

        WIT—Madaris 30 run (kick failed)

        Records: WIT 2-2 (2-1 QCC); Wood 1-3 (1-2).

SBC
       
• Western Brown 21, Bethel-Tate 18, at Western Brown — Rusty Midlam connected with Jason Tackett on a 40-yard halfback pass with six minutes remaining to lift the Broncos. Bethel-Tate ....... 12   6  0  0—18 Western Brown ....... 0  13  0  8—21 BT—Phillips 46 run (kick failed)

        BT—Phillips 34 run (run failed)

        WB—Roush 10 run (Fite kick)

        WB—Tackett 4 run (run failed)

        BT—Hesketh 7 run (run failed)

        WB—Tackett 40 pass from Midlam (Butler run)

        Records: BT 2-3, 0-1, SBC; WB 2-3, 1-1.

        • Hillsboro 39, Williamsburg 21, at Hillsboro — Tyler Kelch rushed for 140 yards and four TDs to lead the Indians.

        QB Cam Marsh connected on 12-of-15 passes for 140 yards as Hillsboro scored 21 points in the second half to pull away. Williamsburg ....... 7  0  8   6—21 Hillsboro ....... 12  6  6  15—39 H—Abbott 1 run (kick failed)

        H—Kelch 4 run (run failed)

        W—Bainum 52 run (Louiso kick)

        H—Abbott 2 run (kick failed)

        W—Luiso 3 run (Crosswell fun)

        H—Kelch 26 run (run failed)

        W—Hefflin 67 run (pass failed)

        H—Kelch 51 (Marsh run)

        H—Kelch 3 run (Marsh run)

        Records: W 2-3, 0-2 SBC, H 3-2, 2-0.

Indiana
        • East Central 42, South Dearborn 0, at East Central — Derek Rehage scored four touchdowns as East Central improved to 5-1.

        The Trojans outgained South Dearborn 469 to 54 in total yardage.

        Five of East Central's six scoring drives took 2:30 or less.

        Rehage caught two touchdown passes and rushed for two more. He finished with 142 yards on 16 carries. South Dearborn ....... 0   0  0   0— 0 East Central ....... 7  21  0  14—42 EC—Rehage 19 pass from Knigga (Duffy kick)

        EC—Rehage 4 run (Duffy kick)

        EC—Rehage 30 pass from Knigga (Duffy kick)

        EC—Noble 8 run (Duffy kick)

        EC—Rehage 3 run (Duffy kick)

        EC—Reneau 11 run (Duffy kick)

        Records: EC 5-1, SD 0-6.

       



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