Saturday, October 23, 1999

OTHER CINCINNATI GAMES




        • Fairfield 24, Hamilton 7 - Senior running back Earl Haynes ran 35 times for 215 yards and two touchdowns to help visiting Fairfield clinch the GMC title with a 24-7 victory over Hamilton on Friday in a high school football game.

        With Lakota East's win over Lakota West, the Indians are left alone atop the GMC standings. Fairfield and Lakota West entered Friday's action tied for first at 5-1.

        Fairfield ....... 10  0  7  7—24

        Hamilton ....... 0  7  0  0— 7

        F—Haynes 7 run (Brown kick)

        F—Brown 30 FG

        H—Bryant 1 run (Sheldon kick)

        F—Haynes 3 run (Brown kick)

        F—Waldroff fumble recovery in endzone (Brown kick)

        Records: F 7-2 (6-1 GMC), H 3-6 (2-5).

                • Colerain 14, Princeton 7, at Princeton — Edward Ducey caught a 34-yard pass from Mike Ferris midway through the fourth quarter to give Colerain the lead for good.

        Ferris finished the game with 110 yards on 6-of-9 passing and a touchdown while rushing for 86 yards on 17 carries. Jonathan Mohr added 91 yards rushing on 19 carries for Colerain.

        Colerain ....... 0  7  0  7—14

        Princeton ....... 7  0  0  0— 7

        P—Simmons 23 fumble recovery (Kuhlmann kick)

        C—Weishaupt 14 run (Crosby kick)

        C—Ducey 34 pass from Ferris (Crosby kick)

        Records: C 6-3 (GMC 4-3), P 2-7 (2-5).

        • Sycamore 45, Milford 14 at Milford — George Wells rushed for two touchdowns and caught another to lead the Aviators past Milford in Greater Miami Conference action.

        Wells finished the game with 84 yards rushing on 11 carries. Ashwin Corattiyil threw for 157 yards on 11-of-17 passing and three touchdowns for Sycamore.

        Sycamore ....... 17  14  14   0—45

        Milford ....... 0   0   0  14—14

        S—Camp 6 run (Wells kick)

        S—Wells 1 run (Wells kick)

        S—Wells 37 FG

        S—Henderson 25 pass from Corattiyil (Wells kick)

        S—Wells 1 run (Wells kick)

        S—Wells 30 pass from Corattiyil (Wells kick)

        S—Hall 17 pass from Corattiyil (Wells kick)

        M—Hodges 10 run (pass failed)

        M—Hodges 44 run (Meranda run)

        Records: S 6-3 (GMC 4-3), M 2-7 (1-6).

CHL
        Indian Hill 28, Wyoming 14 - at Wyoming — Nick Janning threw for 116 yards on six-of-eight passing and two touchdowns, propelling Indian Hill over Wyoming and forcing a three-way tie for the Cincinnati Hills League lead.

        Indian Hill jumped out to a 28-0 lead after three quarters.

        Wyoming was led by David Dupee who rushed for 148 yards on 22 carries and a touchdown.

        Indian Hill ....... 7  7  14  0—28

        Wyoming ....... 0  0   6  8—14

        I—Hamilton 1 run (Rogers kick)

        I—McLane 44 pass from Janning (Rogers kick)

        I—Cole 40 run (Rogers kick)

        I—Hahl 28 pass from Janning (Rogers kick)

        W—Dupee 8 run (kick failed)

        W—Lewis 1 run (Pope from Lewis)

        Records: I 8-1 (CHL 6-1), W 8-1 (6-1).

        • Deer Park 32, Reading 0, at Deer Park — Mark Streaker and Ryan Brown combined for 308 rushing yards and five touchdowns to lead the Wildcats.

        Streaker ran for 160 yards and three scores, while Brown added 146 yards and two TDs.

        Reading ....... 0   0  0  0— 0

        Deer Park ....... 8  12  6  6—32

        DP—Brown 6 run (Brown run)

        DP—Streaker 2 run (kick failed)

        DP—Streaker 5 run (pass failed)

        DP—Streaker 7 run (kick failed)

        DP—Brown 4 run (kick failed)

        Records: DP 5-4 (3-4 CHL), Reading 2-7 (0-7).

        • Madeira 35, Finneytown 8, at Finneytown — Eric Groll rushed for 73 yards on 14 carries and scored four touchdowns to lead the Mustangs.

        Drew Cloran rushed for 126 yards for Madeira. Madeira ....... 21  7  7  0—35

        Finneytown ....... 0  0  0  8— 8

        M—Groll 5 run (Tudor kick)

        M—Groll 4 run (Tudor kick)

        M—Groll 1 run (Tudor kick)

        M—Cloran 45 run (Tudor kick)

        M—Groll 3 pass from Dooley (Disbennett kick)

        F—Heard 1 run (Heard run)

        Records: M 8-1 (CHL 6-1), F 6-3 (5-3).

        • Mariemont 14, Taylor 7, at Taylor — Travis Heck scored on a 1-yard plunge with less than a minute to go for Mariemont.

        Mariemont scored in the first on a five-yard run by Matt Weissman. The Yellow Jackets tied the score in the fourth on a 62 yard interception return by Ben Moerlein.

        Mariemont ....... 7  0  0  7—14

       Taylor ....... 0  0  0  7— 7

        M—Weissman 5 run (Frazier kick)

        T—Moerlein 62 interception return (Messer kick)

        M—Heck 1 run (Frazier kick)

        Records: M 5-4 (CHL, T 2-7 (1-6).

FAVC Buckeye
       

        • Northwest 38, Amelia 12, at Northwest — Northwest quarterback Darren Schneider threw for three touchdowns and ran for another.

        Dante Walker also scored on a 4-yard run.

        Amelia ....... 6  0  0  6—12

        Northwest ....... 10  7  14  7—38

        N—Hamrick 25 FG

        A—Neal 5 pass from Smith (kick failed)

        N—Schneider 10 run (Hamrick kick)

        N—Williams 15 pass from Schneider (Hamrick kick)

        N—Underwood 25 pass from Schneider (Hamrick kick)

        N—Henry 14 pass from Schneider (Hamrick kick)

        N—Walker 4 run (Hamrick kick)

        A—Delton 4 run (run failed)

        Records: N 4-5 (3-4), A 0-9 (0-7)

        • Anderson 21, Turpin 7, at Turpin — David Josefovsky rushed for 208 yards and two touchdowns for the Redskins.

        The senior running back went over 1,000 yards rushing on the season, scoring on TD runs of 16 and 6 yards and has 1,185 yards this season.

        Anderson ....... 7  14  0  0—21

        Turpin ....... 0   0  7  0— 7

       

A—Josefovsky 16 run (Rod kick)

        A—Josefovsky 6 run (Rod kick

        A—Ellis 36 pass from Sullivan (Rod kick)

        T—Bayowsky 19 pass from Sullivan (Parsanok kick)

        Records: A 6-3 (6-1 FAVC), T 5-4 (3-4).

        • Mason 50, Glen Este 7, at Glen Este — Mason clinched first place in the FAVC Buckeye, defeating Glen Este and improving to 7-0 in conference play. Quarterback Adam Livingston threw three, first-half touchdown passes, as the Comets jumped out to a 42-0 halftime lead.

        Junior Matt Swanson caught two of the scoring passes, the longest on a 68-yard reception.

        Mason ....... 21  21  2  6—50

        Glen Este ....... 0   0  7  0— 7

        M—Swanson 68 pass from Livingston (Lyon kick)

        M—Swanson 28 pass from Livingston (Lyon kick)

        M—Davis 30 pass from Livingston (Lyon kick)

        M—Little 38 run (Lyon kick)

        M—Evans fumble recovery in endzone (Lyon kick)

        M—Silverman 5 run (Lyon kick)

        M—safety

        G—Clyburn 1 run (Tieke kick)

        M—Peters 26 run (kick failed)

        Records: M 7-2 (7-0 FAVC-B), G 2-7 (1-6).

        • Winton Woods 35, Harrison 19, at Harrison — Winton Woods lead 7-3 at the half, then took command by scoring two consecutive touchdowns in the first 1:40 of the thrid quarter for a 17-point lead.

        Corey Jones scored on a 55-yard run and Justin Rhodes intercepted a pass and returned it 30-yards for their third score.

        Winton Woods ....... 7  0  21   7—35

        Harrison ....... 0  3   0  16—19

        W—Werkman 1 run (Siler kick)

        H—Wittenbrook 20 FG

        W—Jones 55 run (Siler kick)

        W—Rhodes 30 interception return (Siler kick)

        W—Bailey 55 fumble return (Siler kick)

        W—Johnson 5 run (Siler kick)

        H—Smith 42 pass from Leininger (Key pass from Leininger)

        H—Myers 6 pass from Leininger (Hennessey pass from Leininger)

        Records: WW 6-3 (5-2 FAVC-C), H 5-4 (4-3).

FAVC Cardinal
        • Lebanon 63, Norwood 3, at Norwood — Nick Singleton scored three touchdowns to lead No. 4 Lebanon. Travis Slaven came off the bench to score two touchdowns, including a 90-yard run.

        Lebanon ....... 14  21  21  7—63

        Norwood ....... 3   0   0  0— 3

        L—Runyon 30 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Johnson 55 pass from Abrams (Eldridge kick)

        N—Runion 23 FG

        L—Singleton 5 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Abrams 1 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Singleton 63 pass from Abrams (Eldridge kick)

        L—Singleton 10 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Slaven 5 run (Eldridge kick)

        L—Runyan 40 interception (Eldridge kick)

        L—Slaven 90 run (Eldridge kick)

        Records: L 8-1 (FAVC 6-1), N 3-6 (1-5).

        • Ross 31, Little Miami 26, at Ross — Senior tailback Jared Morris scored on a 2-yard run with 1:30 remaining to lift Ross.

        Dusting Huff threw a 55-yard pass to Chris Sellman to set up Morris' score. Morris finished with 114 yards rushing.

        K.C. Fread totaled 127 yards rushing and a TD on 16 carries.

        Little Miami ....... 13   6  7  0—26

        Ross ....... 6  19  0  6—31

        LM—Fread 44 interception return (Fread kick)

        R—Way 22 run (run fail)

        LM—Dozier 22 pass from Dane (kick fail)

        LM—McVey 20 pass from Dane (pass fail)

        R—Smith 1 run (Schroeder kick)

        R—Morris 47 run (kick fail)

        R—Gibson 52 pass from Huff (pass fail)

        LM—Dozier 1 run (Fread kick)

        R—Morris 2 run (pass fail)

        Records: R 4-4, LM 5-4

GCL
        • Moeller 42, Roger Bacon 10, at Roger Bacon — Marcus Blanks rushed for 229 yards and scored four touchdowns.

        Moeller went above the .500 winning percentage mark for the first time since the fifth week of the season.

        The Crusaders broke open a close game with 28 unanswered points in the second quarter.

        Moeller ....... 7  28  0  7—42

        Roger Bacon ....... 7   0  0  3—10

        M—Blanks 6 run (Murphy kick)

        R—Hausfeld 29 pass from Wyrick (Brinkman kick)

        M—Brotherton 4 run (Murphy kick)

        M—Blanks 9 run (Murphy kick)

        M—Blanks 21 run (Wilson kick)

        M—Dabbelt 11 pass from Reisert (Wilson kick)

        R—Brinkman 35 FG

        M—Blanks 19 run (Fernandez kick)

        Records: M 5-4, RB 3-6.

        • La Salle 31, Purcell-Marian 14, at Purcell — Josh Dickhaus ran for three touchdowns as the Lancers surprised visiting Purcell.

        Dickhaus scored on runs of 7, 9 and 16 yards as his team rolled to a 24-0 lead after three quarters.

        Purcell ....... 0  0   0  14—14

        La Salle ....... 7  7  10   7—31

       

L—Dickhaus 9 run (Obert kick)

        L—Dickhaus 7 run (Obert kick)

        L—Obert 22 FG

        L—Dickhaus 16 run (Obert kick)

        P—Elliott 39 pass from White (Johnson kick)

        L—Cahill 8 run (Kramer kick)

        P—Berry 42 run (Johnson kick)

        Records: L 6-3, PM 4-5.

MML
        • Edgewood 41, Talawanda 0, at Edgewood — David White and Brandon Osborn lead the way. White carried the ball 11 times for 111 yards and scored a touchdown. Osborn carried the ball 6 times for 85 yards and scored twice. The win gives the Cougars their fourth straight conference title.

        Talawanda ....... 0   0   0   0— 0

        Edgewood ....... 0  14  14  13—41

        T—R.White 1 run (Robertson kick)

        T—Beyser 1 run (Robertson kick)

        T—Osborn 44 run (Robertson kick)

        T—Osborn 4 run (kick failed) T—D. White 7 run (Robertson kick)

        T—Beyer 5 run (Robertson kick)

        Records: E 9-0 (3-0 MML), T 3-6 (2-2).

MVC
       

        • Summit Country Day 34, Landmark Christian 30, at Summit — Sophomore Jeff Roth carried 23 times on the night, on the way to a 170 yards performance. Summit found themselves tied at the half at 14, before scoring 13 points in the third quarter to pull away. Senior Andy Hein accounted for four of Summit's touchdowns, while passing for 148 yards on 13-20 passing. Landmark scored 16 in the fourth on the strength of two touchdowns passes from quarterback 16-22 Zachary Ellis. Ellis completed 16-22 passes and finished the game with 134 yards. Summit wracked up 386 yards of total offense on the way to their second win of the season.

        Landmark ....... 0  14  0  16—30

        Summit CD ....... 0  14  13   7—34

        L—Bawtenheimer 8 run (Bishop run)

        S—Schetering 32 pass from Hein (Brinkmeyer kick)

        S—Berghorn 1 pass from Hein (Brinkmeyer kick)

        L—Bishop 80 kick return (conversion failed)

        S—Roth 12 run (Brinkmeyer kick)

        S—Schetering 6 pass from Hein (kick failed)

        S—Fry 44 pass from Hein (Brinkmeyer kick)

        L—Bawtenheimer 20 pass from Ellis (Chamberlain run)

        L—Fryer 40 pass from Ellis (Chamberlain run)

        Records: S 2-7 (2-4 MVC), L 4-5 (1-5).

        • Cincinnati Country Day 55, New Miami 0, at CCD — Senior Jon Smith rushed for 218 yards on seven carries and scored four touchdowns. The victory clinched the Miami Valley Coneference for the Indians for the second straight year and the eighth time in the 1990s.

        Smith needs 110 yards rushing in the season finale against Reading to surpass 2,000 for the season.

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

        Cincinnati CD ....... 35  14  6  0—55

        C—Smith 12 run (McPhie kick)

        C—Gluckman 25 run (McPhie kick)

        C—Vollmer fumble recovery (McPhie kick)

        C—Smith 32 run (McPhie kick)

        C—Torlone 10 run (McPhie kick)

        C—Smith 32 run (McPhie kick)

        C—Smith 92 run (McPhie kick)

        C—Gluckman 8 run (kick failed)

        Records: C 9-0 (MVC 6-0), NM 0-9 (0-6).

        • Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy 52, Lockland 14, at Lockland — After Lockland scored first, John Lucas, Ryan Betsher and Tu Price put on a show for CHCA. Lucas threw for five touchdowns, three to Betscher and two more to wingback Price.

        Lucas, trying to secure the city passing title, finished 14-of-22 for 293 yards. Betsher tallied 7 receptions for 172 yards while remaining among the league leaders in receiving yardage. Not to be outdone, Price notched his city-leading 15th touchdown reception.

        CHCA ....... 6  20  13  13—52

        Lockland ....... 7  0  0  7 —14

        L—Meiners 35 pass from Noelcke (McGee kick)

        C—Price 5 run (kick failed)

        C—Betscher 10 pass from Lucas (pass failed)

        C—Wilson 10 run (Betscher from Lucas)

        C—Price 18 pass from Lucas (kick failed)

        C—Betscher 58 pass from Lucas (pass failed)

        C—Conn 2 run (pass failed)

        C—Betscher 14 pass from Lucas (pass failed)

        C—Price 3 pass from Lucas (Betscher from Lucas)

        L—Daniels 5 run (McGee kick)

        Records: CHCA 6-3 (4-2), L 3-6 (3-3)

QCC
       

        • Walnut Hills 7, Aiken 0, at Walnut Hills — John Jackson scored the games only touchdown early in the second quarter. Aiken had a chance to tie the game on the next poession with a first and goal from the Eagle's 1-yard line, but failed to convert the opprotunity.

        The Eagles' offense was lead by Scott Dean, who had 17 carries for 101 yards. The Eagles travel to Western Hills next Friday for a chance to claim a share of the Queen City Conference champion ship.

        Aiken ....... 0  0  0  0—0

        Walnut Hills ....... 0  7  0  0—7

        W—John Jackson 1 run (White kick)

        Records: W 5-4 (5-1 QCC), A 4-5 (3-4).

        • Hughes 49, Woodward 0, at Aiken — Lorenzo Engleman rushed for 168 yards on 15 carries and scored two touchdowns leading Hughes over Woodward.

        The win sealed Hughes first winning season in eight years. Greg Hawkins added two touchdowns for Hughes, one on an interception return and the other on a 35-yard run.

        Woodward ....... 0  0   0   0—00

        Hughes ....... 13  7  15  14—49

        H—Engleman 1 run (kick failed)

        H—Hawkins 35 run (Mullins-Hall kick)

        H—Cooley 18 run (Mullins-Hall kick)

        H—Engleman 33 pass from Beamon (kick failed)

        H—Hawkins 41 interception return (Short from Beamon)

        H—Short 28 run (Engleman man)

        H—Jordan 32 run (Mullins-Hall kick)

        Records: H 6-3 (QCC 6-1), W 1-8 (1-7)

        • Western Hills 28, Mt. Healthy 0, at Mt Healthy -Kevin Furlow carried the ball 16 times for 98 yards to lead Western Hills. Charles Newton scored twice.

        Western Hills clinches at least a share of the Queen City Conference championship. The Mustangs can win the title outright next week if they defeat Walnut Hills.

        Western Hills ....... 0  20  0  8—28

        Mount Healthy ....... 0   0  0  0— 0

        WH—Newton 1 run (Williams kick)

        WH—Newton 2 run (kick Blocked)

        WH—Lewis 3 pass from Piening (Willaims kick)

        WH—Brown 65 int. return (Robinson pass from Piening)

        Records: WH 6-3 (6-0 QCC), Mt.H 3-6 (3-4)

        • Withrow 37, Taft 0, at Taft — Ivan Maderis carried the ball 11 times for 110 yards to lead Withrow. Shawn Love also completed 6-of-8 pass attempts for 128 yards and added a pair of two-point conversions.

        Withrow ....... 8  16  7  6—37

        Taft ....... 0   0  0  0— 0

        W—Gross 17 run (Stevens pass from Love)

        W—Maderis 21 run (Maderis pass from Love)

        W—Love 13 run (Brown run)

        W—Laws fumble recovery in Endzone (kick good)

        W—Gross 10 run (kick blocked)

        Records: W 3-5 (3-4 QCC), T 0-8 (0-7).

SBC
        • Batavia 36, Clermont Northeastern 0, at CNE Running back Chad Kelly rushed for 122 yards to lead Batavia past Clermont Northeastern to clinch the school's third straight Southern Buckeye Conference title.

        Kelly had 11 carries on the night, including two touchdowns. It was the third shutout this season for Batavia.

        Batavia ....... 7  21  8  0—36

        Clermont ....... 0   0  0  0— 0

        B—Kelly 65 run (Sunnenberg kick)

        B—Kelly 4 pass from Kent (Sunnenberg kick)

        B—Games 25 pass from Kent (Sunnenberg kick)

        B—Fauboin 4 run (Sunnenberg kick)

        B—Clark 34 pass from Kent (Fauboin )

        Records: B 9-0 (5-0 SBC), CNE 1-8 (1-4)

        • New Richmond 21, Bethel-Tate 7, at New Richmond — Matt Armbruster ran for a 43-yard touchdown and threw a touchdown pass to Tony Rowen. Bethel-Tate ....... 0  7  0  0— 7

New Richmond ....... 7  7  7  0—21

        N—Matt Armbruster 43 run (Rayseng kick)

        N—Rowen 26 pass from Armbruster (Rayseng kick)

        N—McCormick 27 interception return (Rayseng kick)

        Records: NR 7-2 (4-1), BT 3-6 (1-4).

        • Hillsboro 34, Western Brown 22, at Western Brown — Quarterback Cam Marsh threw three touchdown passes to senior Bruce Miles to lead Hillsboro. Marsh finished the game with four TD passes.

        Hillsboro ....... 8  14  6   6—34

        Western Brown ....... 0  8  0  14—22

        H—Miles 25 pass from Marsh (Marsh run)

        H—Haithcock 24 run (Zugg run)

        W—Midlam 25 run (Butler run)

        H—Miles 8 pass from Marsh (pass failed)

        H—Kelch 2 run (run failed)

        W—Midlam 4 run (Fite kick)

        H—Miles 31 pass from Marsh (pass failed)

        W—Patton 12 pass from Midlam (Fite kick)

        Records: W 3-6 (1-4 SBC), H 5-4 (4-2).

Others
        • Badin 28, Meadowdale 0, At Hamilton — Badin all but guaranteed itself of a playoff berth with the victory.

        Senior quarterback Tim Wolf rushed for one touchdown and threw for another to lead the Rams. Wolf's touchdown pass, his second of the year, came on fourth-and-goal from the six in the third quarter .

        Meadowdale ....... 0  6   0  6—12

        Badin ....... 7  0  14  7—28

        B—Wolf 1 run (Roberto kick)

        M—Ringer 91 run (run failed)

        B—Breetz 6 pass from Wolf (Roberto kick)

        B—Turner 1 run (Roberto kick)

        B—Pfirman 9 run (Roberto kick)

        M—Stephens 13 pass from Garrett (run failed)

        Records: B 7-2, M 4-5.

        • Oakwood 33, Middletown Madison 27, at Madison — Oakwood squeaked by after holding off a late rally by Madison. After Madison quarterback Rob Evick scored with a minute and a half left, Madison recovered an on-side kick. Oakwood's defense held on for the victory.

        Oakwood senior tailback John O'Brien led the charge with 20 carries for 150 yards and a 71-yard touchdown reception.

        Oakwood ....... 7  6  14  6—33

        Madison ....... 0  7  7  13—27

        O—Leister 1 run (Grady kick)

        O—O'Brien 5 run (kick failed)

        M—Posey 3 run (Evick kick)

        O—O'Brien 71 pass from Lunne (pass failed)

        O—Leister 5 run (O'Brien from Lunne)

        M—Murphy 50 run (Evick kick)

        O—Teemer 18 pass from Lunne (pass failed)

        M—Dellapasta 5 run (run failed)

        M—Evick 1 run (Evick kick)

        Records: M 1-8

Indiana
        • Seymour 24, East Central 14, at Seymour — Nick Fields sealed the win for Seymour, ranked No. 1 in Indiana's class 4A, in the first round of the Sectional 14 tournament.

        Seymour led 17-0 at halftime before the Trojans stormed back to close within 17-14. Casey Knigga led the comeback effort, throwing for 189 yards and one touchdown.

        The 24 points scored by Seymour marked its lowest point total of the season, and the 14 points scored by East Central were the most scored against Seymour's defense this year.

        East Central ....... 0   0  14  0—14

        Seymour ....... 3  14   0  7—24

        S—Robertson 49 FG

        S—Hinkle 19 pass from Fields (Robertson kick)

        S—Hinkle 60 punt return (Robertson kick)

        EC—Hess 19 pass from Knigga (pass fail)

        EC—Reneau 2 run (Rehage run)

        S—Fields 2 run (Robertson kick)

        Records: EC 7-3, S 10-0.

       



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