Saturday, October 09, 1999

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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Aiken 30, Taft 0
Anderson 14, Harrison 7
Batavia 20, Bethel-Tate 14
Bellevue 17, Beechwood 0
Blanchester 44, Clinton-Massie 0
CCD 47, Landmark Christian 7
Chaminade 38, Badin 0
CHCA 42, Clermont Northeastern 18
Dixie Heights 35, Holmes 13
East Central 42, Greensburg 0
Elder, 28, Moeller 18
Finneytown 32, Taylor 0
Harrison County 29, Grant County 12
Highlands 49, Scott 21
Indian Hill 33, Reading 7
Kings 49, Ross 16
Lakota East 28, Colerain 25
Lakota West 23, Hamilton 14
Lebanon 41, Goshen 7
Lexington Bryan Station 63, Simon Kenton 14
Lexington Henry Clay 56, Boone County 28
Loveland 44, Norwood 29
Ludlow 51, Dayton 13
Madeira 28, Mariemont 25
Mason 31, Northwest 7
Mason Co. 41, Newport 26
McNicholas 28, Purcell Marian 7
Milford 17, Princeton 10
New Richmond 35, Hillsboro 6
Newport Central Catholic 45, Holy Cross 23
North College Hill 27, Lockland 13
Oak Hills 33, Trotwood Madison 23
Roger Bacon 23, Alter 21
Ryle 25, Franklin County 20
St. Xavier 31, La Salle 10
Summit 34, New Miami 0
Sycamore 28, Middletown 15
Talawanda 23, Franklin 13
Turpin 14, Amelia 6
- Valley View 63, Middletown Madison 10
Walnut Hills 44, Woodward 8
Western Hills 40, Withrow 0
Williamsburg 68, Western Brown 21
Winton Woods 32, Glen Este 15
Wyoming 32, Deer Park 6