Saturday, October 09, 1999

Other Greater Cincinnati games




        • Finneytown 32, Taylor 0, at Finneytown — Senior quarterback Jason Gardner threw for 116 yards and two touchdowns as Finneytown improved to 5-2.

        The Wildcats have not won more than five games in a season since 1969.

        Taylor ....... 0   0  0   0— 0

        Finneytown ....... 0  12  6  14— 0

        F—Heard 4 pass from Gardner (run fail)

        F—Reichle 57 pass from Gardner (run fail)

        F—Heard 13 run (kick fail)

        F—Harris 4 run (Ogletree run)

        F—Campbell 3 run (kick block)

        Records: F 5-2, 3-2; T 2-5, 1-4.

        • Wyoming 32, Deer Park 6, at Wyoming Senior running back David Dupee rushed for 192 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Sophomore P.J. Pope added two more touchdowns and 163 all-purpose yards as Wyoming rolled up 460 total yards.

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        Deer Park ....... 0  0  0  6—06

        Wyoming ....... 13  6  13  0—32

        W—Dupee 1 run (kick failed)

        W—Dupee 58 run (Kaszubski kick)

        W—Patch 36 pass from Lewis (kick failed)

        W—Pope 33 run (Kaszubski kick)

        W—Pope 75 pass from Lewis (kick failed)

        DP—Beckman 10 run (kick blocked)

        Records: W 7-0, 5-0; DP 4-3, 2-3.

        • Indian Hill 33, Reading 7, at Indian Hill — Indian Hill rushed for 339 yards as a team while holding Reading to one first down, jumping out to a 27-0 fourth quarter lead to hand Reading its fifth league loss.

        Chris Berre led Indian Hill with 94 yards on 16 carries and two touchdowns. Jeremy Hamilton added 87 yards on 13 carries with a touchdown rushing and an interception return and Vic Cole also had 82 yards on 11 carries.

        Reading ....... 0  0  0   7—07

        Indian Hill ....... 12  8  0  13—33

        I—Hamilton 35 interception return (kick failed)

        I—Cole 9 run (pass failed)

        I—Berre 5 run (Hahl from Janning)

        I—Berre 4 run (Rogers kick)

        R—Blair 66 pass from Brink (Wylie kick)

        I—Hamilton 13 run (kick failed)

        Records: I 6-1 (CHL 4-1), R 2-5 (0-5).

FAVC Cardinal
       

        • Lebanon 41, Goshen 7, at Lebanon — Senior running back Nick Singleton scored five touchdowns on 214 yards rushing.

        Lebanon improved to 6-1 overall, and 4-1 in the FAVC Cardinal Division. Lebanon had 501 yards of total offense while holding Goshen to just 42 yards rushing.

        Goshen ....... 0   7  0  0— 7

        Lebanon ....... 7  21  7  6—41

        L—Singleton 13 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Abrams 1 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Singleton 14 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Singleton 5 run (Eldridge kick)

        G—Blevins 46 pass from Barnett (Smith kick)

        L—Singleton 5 run (Eldgridge kick)

        L—Singleton 9 run (kick failed)

        Records: L 6-1, 4-1; G 1-6, 1-3.

        • Loveland 44, Norwood 29, at Loveland — Loveland overcame a half-time defecit behind Paul Reisenburg's two fourth-quarter touchdown receptions from quarterback Phil Deis.

        B.J. Gamble set the tone on defense with three of Loveland's five interceptions, one of which he returned 44 yards for a fourth-quarter touchdown.

        Norwood ....... 7  14  0   8—29

        Loveland ....... 14   3  6  21—44

        L—Betz 6 run (Ball kick)

        N—Banger 65 pass from Fike (Runion kick)

        L—Deis 6 run (Ball kick)

        L—Ball 24 FG

        N—Atwood 6 run (Runion kick)

        N—Fike 2 run (Runion kick)

        L—Reisenberg 42 FG

        L—Ball 22 FG

        L—Reisenburg 72 pass from Deis (Ball kick)

        L—Gamble 44 interception return (Ball kick)

        N—Pickerell 57 pass from Fike (Pickerell run)

        L—Reisenburg 19 pass from Deis (Ball kick)

        Records: L 4-3, 2-2; N 3-4, 1-3.

FAVC Buckeye
        • Mason 31, Northwest 7, at Northwest — Senior quarterback Adam Livingston completed 10-of-15 passes for 147 yards and three touchdowns to lead Mason.

        Two of the scoring strikes went to senior wide receiver Matt Swanson.

        Mason's win, combined with Harrison's loss to Anderson, leaves the Comets alone in atop the FAVC-Buckeye with a 5-0 league mark.

        Aaron Babar led Northwest with 127 rushing yards on 21 carries.

        Mason ....... 7  17  7  0—31

        Northwest ....... 0   0  7  0— 7

        M—Davis 25 pass from Livingston (Lyon kick)

        M—Lyon 32 FG

        M—Swanson 12 pass from Livingston (Lyon kick)

        M—Swanson 7 pass from Livingston (Lyon kick)

        M—Little 4 run (Lyon kick)

        N—B. Williams 26 pass from Schneider (Hamrick kick)

        Records: N 2-5, 1-4; M 5-2, 5-0.

        • Anderson 14, Harrison 7, at Harrison — Senior tailback David Josefovsky scored the go-ahead touchdown, his second of the game, with 6:16 left in the third quarter.

        The win was Anderson's third in a row and leaves both teams 4-1 in the FAVC Buckeye Division, tied for second place behind unbeaten Mason.

        Josefovsky finished with 126 yards on 33 carries. Senior quarterback Brian Regan threw for 141 on 15-of-22 passing.

        Anderson ....... 0  6  8  0—14

        Harrison ....... 0  0  7  0— 7

        A—Josefovsky 3 run (kick fail)

        H—Hennessey 42 pass from Leininger (Wittenbrook kick)

        A—Josefovsky 8 run (McDaniel pass from Regan)

        Records: A 4-3, 4-1; H 5-2, 4-1.

        • Winton Woods 32, Glen Este 15, at Winton Woods — Corey Jones, Kenwood Lattimore, D.J. Johnson, and Carlos Tipton all scored touchdowns to lead Winton Woods to the victory.

        Jones rushed for 80 yards on eight carries to lead the ground attack. Winton Woods had 268 total yards while limiting Glen Este for 113.

        Glen Este ....... 3   0  0  12—15

        Winton Woods ....... 8  10  0  14—32

        G—Jeffers 30 yard field goal

        W—Lattimore 37 run (Tausch from Thomas)

        W—McCoy 34 yard field goal

        W—Johnson 1 run (McCoy kick)

        W—Jones 6 run (Overman kick)

        G—Stephens 2 run (run failed)

        W—Tipton 38 run (Overman kick)

        G—Lampe 6 run (run failed)

        Records: W 5-2, 3-2; G 2-4, 1-4.

        • Turpin 14, Amelia 6 at Amelia — Chad Bayowski scored on a 36-yard run with 2:16 to play, after an interception, to seal the game for Turpin.

        After Brett Sparks opened the scoring with a 71-yard run for Amelia, Nata Harrell gave Turpin the lead for good early in the third quarter with a 57-yard run.

        Turpin finished for 202 yards on the game while Amelia had 309.

        Turpin ....... 0  0  7  7—14

        Amelia ....... 6  0  0  0— 6

A—Brett Sparks 71 run (kick failed)

        T—Harrell 57 run (Parsanko kick)

        T—Bayowski 36 run (Breech kick)

        Records: T 4-3, 2-4; A 0-7,0-5.

GCL South
        • St. Xavier 31, La Salle 10, at La Salle — Marty Mooney was 18-of-28, passing for 235 yards and two touchdown passes, both to Eric Arling, as St. Xavier cruised.

        Matt Knueven had 114 yards on eight receptions for La Salle.

        St. Xavier ....... 10  7  0  14—31

        La Salle ....... 7  0  0   3—10

L-Watson 4 run. (Obert kick)

        X-Nolan 32 FG.

        X-Larkin 70 punt return. (Nolan kick)

        X-Arling 4 pass from Mooney. (Nolan kick)

        X-Sollman 3 run. (Nolan kick)

        L-Obert 29 FG.

        X-Arling 16 pass from Mooney. (Nolan kick)

        Records: X 6-0, 2-0; L 3-4, 0-3.

GCL North
        Chaminade 38, Badin 0 Badin ....... 0   0  0  0— 0

        Chaminade ....... 14  17  7  0—38

        C—Hill 16 pass from Szabo (Price kick)

        C—Chattams 3 run (Price kick)

        C—Price 27 FG

        C—Blackman 70 pass from Szabo (Price kick)

        C—Fair 60 interception return (Price kick)

        C—Hill 6 run (Price kick)

        Records: CJ 5-2, 2-1; HB 5-2, 1-2.

        • Roger Bacon 23, Alter 21 at Roger Bacon — Josh Hausfled threw for a touchdown and ran for another to lead Roger Bacon past Alter.

        Roger Bacon's defense held Alter scoreless in the third quarter after Alter advanced ball to 4-yard line.

        Bobby Getty rushed for 104 yards on 16 carries and a touchdown and Kevin Furdered added 152 yards on 23 carries and a touchdown for Alter.

        Alter ....... 14  0  0  7—21

        Roger Bacon ....... 14  6  0  3—23

        R—Bush 88 yard kickoff return (Brinkman kick)

        A—Koller 4 run (Kraft kick)

        R—Wyrick 40 pass from Hausfeld (Brinkman kick)

        A—Furderer 5 run (Kraft kick)

        R—Hausfeld 12 run (kick failed)

        R—Brinkman 31 yard field goal

        A—Getty 11 run (Kraft kick)

        Records: R 3-4, 1-3; A 1-6, 0-4.

GMC
        • Milford 17, Princeton 10, at Milford Milford beat Princeton for the first time in school history. Princeton failed to score on their final drive as time expired.

        Ricky Razzano led the Milford with 93 yards rushing and one touchdown.

        Princeton ....... 7  3  0  0—10

        Milford ....... 3  6  0  8—17

        M—Skidmore 32 FG

        P—Harrison 75 kick-off return (Kuhlmann kick)

        P—Kuhlmann 30 FG

        M—Huesman 30 interception return (kick failed)

        M—Razzano 1 run (Petrie from Maranda)

        Records: M 2-5, 2-3; P 3-4, 2-3.

        • Lakota East 28, Colerain 25, at Lakota East — Ryan Patrick scored on a 4-yard touchdown run with 8:10 left to lift Lakota East, ranked No. 5 in The Enquirer's Division I coaches poll over No. 7 Colerain.

        Colerain failed to pick up a first down on its ensuing possession, and Lakota East ran out the clock.

        Mike Rabin led Lakota East with 140 yards on 22 carries. Colerain quarterback Mike Ferris ran for 98 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries.

        After a 4-0 start, Colerain has lost three in a row.

        Colerain ....... 6  12  7  0—25

        Lakota East ....... 14   7  0  7—28

        LE—Kohler 1 run (Harper kick)

        LE—Patrick 5 run (Harper kick)

        C—Dailey 95 kickoff return (kick fail)

        C—Ferris 60 run (kick fail)

        C—Ferris 4 run (run fail)

        LE—Rabin 3 run (Harper kick)

        C—Ducey 17 pass from Jones (Crosby kick)

        LE—Patrick 4 run (Harper kick)

        Records: LE 5-2, 4-1; C 4-3, 2-3.

        • Lakota West 23, Hamilton 14 at Hamilton — After falling behind 14-0, Lakota West scored 23 unanswered points.

        Mike Lovell broke open the scoring for Lakota West with a 37-yard run in the second quarter. Lovell finished with 114 yards on 20 carries.

        Lakota West ....... 0  10  7  6—23

        Hamilton ....... 14   0  0  0— 0

        H—Huff 3 run (Sheldon kick)

        H—Wilkerson 32 run (Sheldon kick)

        LW—Lovell 37 run (Spadafora kick)

        LW—Spadafora 35 field goal

        LW—Hutzelman 2 run (Spadafora kick)

        LW—McQueen 1 run (kick blocked)

        Records: LW 5-2, 4-1; H 3-4, 2-3.

        • Sycamore 28, Middletown 15, at Sycamore — Sycamore scored 21 unanswered points in the first half and never trailed. The Aviators set the tone with a Ashwin Corattiyil pass to Jeff Miller for 71 yards on the first play from scrimmage.

        Middletown cut the lead to 21-15 early in the fourth quarter, but George Wells sealed the outcome with his second rushing touchdown with 4:18 remaining in the game.

        Middletown ....... 0  9  0  6—15

        Sycamore ....... 14  7  0  7—28

        S—Henderson 71 pass from Corattiyil (Wells kick)

        S—Hall 6 run (Wells kick)

        S—Wells 13 run (Wells kick)

        M—Thompson 10 run (Churchill kick)

        M—safety

        M—Hunter 13 pass from Wilson (kick failed)

        S—Wells 5 run (Wells kick)

        Records: S 5-2, 3-2; M 0-7, 0-5.

MML
        • Talawanda 23, Franklin 13, at Franklin — Franklin had three chances to score in the fourth quarter, but they managed just one yard and were sacked four times.

        Talawanda's Jason Hughes set the tone on defense with 11 tackles, three sacks and one interception.

        Senior quarterback Ryan Holmes passed for 165 yards and two touchdowns while Charles Byrd led the rushing attack with 123 yards.

        Talawanda ....... 7  16  0  0—23

        Franklin ....... 0   7  6  0—13

        T—Layton 22 pass from Holmes (Campbell kick)

        F—Blevins 8 pass from Young (Hicks kick)

        T—Byrd 8 run (Holmes pass from Bennett)

        T—Napier 10 yards from Holmes (Napier pass from Holmes)

        F—Blevins 17 pass from Young (pass failed)

        Records: T 3-4, 2-0; F 0-7, 0-2.

MVC
        • Summit 34, New Miami 0 at New Miami — Dan Fry caught five passes for 108 yards and four touchdowns while Jeff Roth rushed for 139 yards on 21 carries to lead Summit to its first victory.

        Andy Hein threw for 137 yards on 11-of-22 passing for Summit, and Summit's de fense limited New Miami to just 89 yards of offense.

        Summit ....... 0  12  14  8—34

        New Miami ....... 0   0   0  0— 0

        S—Roth 11 run (kick failed)

        S—Fry 3 pass from Hein (kick failed)

        S—Fry 6 pass from Hein (Brinkmeyer kick)

        S—Fry 64 pass from Hein (Brinkmeyer kick)

        S—Fry 9 pass from Hurt (Brinkmeyer run)

        Records: S 1-6, 1-2; N 0-7, 0-3.

        • North College Hill 27, Lockland 13, at Lockland — Sophomore tailback Donnie Johnson rushed for 191 yards on 24 carries and scored three touchdowns for the Trojans.

        Johnson scored on runs of 36, 10 and 56 yards, giving him 16 touchdowns for the season. He broke the 1,000-yard mark rushing, increasing his total to 1,071.

        NCH got a big night from another young player, freshman Darryl Snow. Show had intercpetion, rushed for 64 yards on three carries and also caught a pass for 50 yards.

        Lockland suffered its first loss in the MVC, falling out of a first-place tie in the Miami Valley Conference with Cincinnati Country Day.

        NCH ....... 7  6  0 14—27

        Lockland ....... 0  6  0  7—13

        NCH— Cooper 44 pass from Samad (Hartwig kick)

        L—Daniels 20 run (kick blocked)

        NCH—Johnson 36 run (kick blocked)

        NCH-Johnson 10 run (Hartwig kick)

        L—Wynn 1 run (McGee kick)

        NCH—Johnson 56 run (Hartwig kick)

        Records: NCH 3-4, 3-2; L 3-4, 3-1.

        • North College Hill 27, Lockland 13 at Lockland — Donnie Johnson rushed for 146 yards on 18 carries while scoring three touchdowns for North College Hill, to hand Lockland its first Miami Valley Conference loss.

        Linebacker Ray Meeker stood out on defense for the Trojans, limiting Lockland's rushing attack.

        NCH ....... 7  6  14  0—27

        Lockland ....... 0  6   0  7—13

        N—Cooper 44 pass from Samad (Hartwig kick)

        L—Daniels 20 run (kick failed)

        N—Johnson 34 run (kick failed)

        N—Johnson 10 run (Hartwig kick)

        L—Wynn 1 run (McGee kick)

        N—Johnson 44 run (Hartwig kick)

        Records: N 3-5, 3-2; L 3-4, 3-1.

        • CCD 47, Landmark Christian 7, at Landmark Christian — Jon Smith, the city's leading rusher, ran for 189 yards on 12 carries, giving him 1,487 yards on the season. Smith rushed for three touchdowns, increasing his season toal to 24.

        Jon Gluckman scored the Indians first two touchdowns.

        CCD ....... 21  20  6  0—47

        Landmark ....... 0   7  0  0— 7

        C—Gluckman 4 run (McPhie kick)

        C—Gluckman 22 pass from Torlone (McPhie kick)

        C—Smith 40 run (McPhie kick)

        C—McPhie 2 pass from Smith (McPhie kick)

        L—Fry 38 pass from Ellis (Fry kick)

        C—Smith 35 run (kick failed)

        C—Smith 53 run (McPhie kick)

        C—Ericson 6 run (McPhie kick)

        Records: C 7-0, 3-0; L 4-3, 1-2.

QCC
        • Western Hills 40, Withrow 0 at Western Hills Junior running back Kevin Furlow rushed for 116 yards and three touchdowns for Western Hills. Deandre Lewis added rushing 139 yards as the Mustangs jumped out to 33-0 halftime lead. Western Hills remains undefeated in the Queen City Conference.

        Withrow ....... 0   0  0  0— 0

        Western Hills ....... 13  20  0  7—40

        WH—Furlow 35 run (Williams kick)

        WH—Newton 2 pass from Piening (kick failed)

        WH—Lewis 1 run (kick failed)

        WH—Furlow 26 run (Williams kick)

        WH—Furlow 40 run (Williams kick)

        WH—Kidd 50 punt return (Williams kick)

        Records: WH 4-3, 3-0; W 2-4; 2-3

        • Walnut Hills 44, Woodward 8, at Woodward — Walnut Hills outgained the Bulldogs 391-104 in total yardage en route to its third QCC win in four games.

        Walnut Hills ....... 13  12  7  12—44

        Woodward ....... 0   0  0   8— 8

        WH—Jackson 64 run (White kick)

        WH—Mason 40 pass from Barret (kick fail)

        WH—Dean 29 run (kick fail)

        WH—#26 21 run (pass fail)

        WH—Dean 6 run (White kick)

        WH—McGee 1 run (kick fail)

        WH—Robinson 36 interception return (kick fail)

        W—Turnbow 8 run (Turnbow run)

        Records: WH 3-4, 3-1; W 1-6, 1-4.

        • Aiken 30, Taft 0 at Taft — Harold Jefferson rushed for a touchdown and passed for another to lead Aiken. Jefferson also ran for three two-point conversions.

        Aiken ....... 0  8  22  0—30

        Taft ....... 0  0   0  0— 0

        A—Calloway 10 pass from Jefferson (Jefferson run)

        A—Green 2 run (Jefferson run)

        A—fumble recovery (Jefferson run)

        A—Jefferson 5 run (kick failed)

        Records: A 2-5, 2-3; T 0-6, 0-5.

SBC
        • Williamsburg 68, Western Brown 21, at Williamsburg — Jason Bainum had 22 carries for 230 yards and scored five touchdowns as Williamsburg rolled. Brian Althaus added 140 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries. Clint Louiso set a school record with eight extra points in a game.

        Western Brown ....... 0   0   8  13—21

        Williamsburg ....... 14  19  14  21—68

        Will—Bainum 3 run. (Louiso kick)

        Will—Bainum 2 run. (Louiso kick)

        Will-Althaus 10 run. (Kick failed)

        Will-Bainum 5 run. (Conversion failed)

        Will-Althaus 9 run. (Louiso kick)

        West-Calvin 57 run. (Calvin run)

        Will-Bainun 2 run. (Louiso kick)

        Will-Bainum 16 run. (Louiso kick)

        West-Calvin 8 pass from Midlum. (Conversion failed)

        Will-Reidel 2 run. (Louison kick)

        West—Green 35 run. (Smith kick)

        Will-West 7 run. (Louiso kick)

        Will-Sponsel 5 run. (Louiso kick)

        Records: Will 2-5, 1-3; West 2-5, 1-3.

        • Batavia 20, Bethel-Tate 14 at Bethel-Tate — Chris Kent threw for two touchdowns and ran for the game-winning score early in the fourth quarter to lead No.9 Batavia. The Bulldogs remained unbeaten with the victory.

        Bethel-Tate took a 14-7 halftime lead but the Tigers fumbled a punt on their own 15 and Batavia recovered. The Bulldogs capalized with a 15-yard touchdown pass from Kent to Jansten Dunn.

        Kent scored the go-ahead touchdown with 11:48 remaining to give Batavia a 20-14 advantage.

        The Bulldogs sealed the victory when Chad Kelley tackled Robbie Phillips on a fake punt attempt two yards shy of the first down.

        Batavia ....... 0  7  7  6—20

        Bethel-Tate ....... 7  7  0  0—14

        Be—Phillips 2 run (Harvey kick)

        Ba—Meeks 27 pass from Kent (Hennesey kick)

        Be—Houlihan 2 run (Harvey kick)

        Ba—Dunn 15 pass from Kent (Hennesey kick)

        Ba—Kent 15 run (kick failed)

        Records: Ba 7-0, 3-0; Be 3-4, 1-2.

        • CHCA 42, Clermont Northeastern 18, at Clermont Northeastern — Andrew Conn and Tu Price each scored two touchdowns and John Lucas passed for two more to lead CHCA past Clermont Northeastern.

        Lucas finished the game with 200 yards on 15-of-19 passing. Clermont Northeastern was led by John Fishback with 87 yards rushing on 14 carries and a touchdown.

        CHCA ....... 21  7  7   7—42

        CNE ....... 0  0  6  12—18

        CH—Conn 5 run (Koenig kick)

        CH—Price 7 pass from Lucas (Koenig kick)

        CH—Wilson 8 run (Koenig kick)

        CH—Betscher 35 pass from Lucas (Koenig kick)

        CNE—Fishback 7 run (run failed)

        CNE—Sowders 6 run (run failed)

        CH—Conn 3 run (Koenig kick)

        CH—Price 6 run (Koenig kick)

        CNE—Sowders 3 run (run failed)

        Records: CHCA 4-3, CNE 1-6.

        • New Richmond 35, Hillsboro 6, at New Richmond — Sophomore John McMonigle rushed for touchdowns of 70, 55 and 1 yards to lead New Richmond to a homecoming victory. Matt Armbruster added two touchdowns.

        New Richmond last beat Hillsboro two years ago.

        Hillsboro ....... 0   0  0  6— 6

        New Richmond ....... 7  14  7  7—35

        NR—McMonigle 70 run (Seng kick)

        NR—McMonigle 1 run (Seng kick)

        NR—Armbruster 21 run (Seng kick)

        NR—Armbruster 1 run (Seng kick)

        NR—McMonigle 55 run (Seng kick)

        H—Miles 6 pass from Marsh (pass failed)

        Records: NR 6-1, 3-0; H 3-4, 2-2.

Others
        • Oak Hills 33, Trotwood Madison 23, at Trotwood — Alex Arinsmier rushed for 97 yards on 25 carries while scoring three touchdowns and Doug Fortune added 83 yards on nine carries with a touchdown to lead the Highlanders.

        Paul Dillmore had three tackles for a loss on defense while Mike Holzinger and Arinsmier each added two tackles for a loss.

        Oak Hills ....... 0  20  13   0—33

        Trotwood ....... 3   0   7  13—23

        T—Wingard 32 field goal

        O—Al. Arinsmier 5 run (kick blocked)

        O—Al. Arinsmier 7 run (pass failed)

        O—Sellet 4 run (Sellet run)

        T—Sharp 31 pass from Logan (Wingard kick)

        O—Al. Arinsmier 10 run (pass failed)

        O—Fortune 35 run (Richmond kick)

        T—Logan 23 run (Wingard kick)

        T—Smith 33 run (run failed)

        Records: O 5-2, T 1-6.

        • Valley View 63, Middletown Madison 10, at Madison — Rob Evick rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown in a losing effort for Madison.

        Valley View ....... 14  21  14  14—63

        Madison ....... 3   0   7   0—10

        MM—Evick 26 FG

        VV—Cox 80 kickoff return (Wafzig pass from Buehner)

        VV—Keating 10 fumble recovery (run fail)

        VV—Strayer 20 run (Frizzell kick)

        VV—Ritze 20 pass from Strayer (Frizzell kick)

        VV—Cornett 23 fumble recovery (Frizzell kick)

        VV—Ritze 15 fumble recovery (Frizzell kick)

        VV—Buehner 30 pass from Strayer (Frizzell kick)

        MM—Evick 80 run (Evick kick)

        VV—Dill 2 run (Frizzell kick)

        VV—Fore 30 fumble recovery (Frizzell kick)

        Records: MM 1-6, 1-5; VV 6-1, 5-1.

        • Blanchester 44, Clinton-Massie 0, at Clinton-Massie — Justin Porterfield scored five touchdowns while rushing for 110 yards on 15 carries leading Blanchester past Clinton-Massie in the annual Cider Keg rivalry.

        The shutout was the fourth posted by Blanchester's defense this season. Chance Cook added his fifth interception on the year for Blanchester.

        Blanchester ....... 6  8  18  22—44

        Clinton-Massie ....... 0  0   0   0— 0

        B—Porterfield 1 run (run failed)

        B—Porterfield 6 run (Porterfield run)

        B—Porterfield 1 run (run failed)

        B—Porterfield 1 run (run failed)

        B—Williams 6 run (kick failed)

        B—Porterfield 16 run (run failed)

        B—Johnson 6 run (kick failed)

        Records: B 6-1, C 3-4.

Indiana
        • East Central 42, Greensburg 0, at East Central — East Central racked up 366 rushing yards in the victory.

        Derek Rehage (128 yards), Aaron Reneau (106 yards) and Pat Noble (118 yards) each rushed for more than 100 yards.

        Brad Hess recorded four sack to become the school's all-time career sack leader.

        Greensburg ....... 0   0  0  0— 0

        East Central ....... 12  15  8  7—42

        EC—Rehage 25 run (kick failed)

        EC—Rehage 38 run (run failed)

        EC—Reneau 29 run (Rehage run)

        EC—Knigga 1 run (Duffey kick)

        EC—Hess 8 pass from Knigga (Rehage run)

        EC—Hartman 5 pass from Knigga (Duffey kick)

        Records: G 4-4, E 7-1.

       



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