Saturday, October 30, 1999

Other Cincinnati games


Top-ranked St. X caps unbeaten season

        Sophomore quarterback Marty Mooney completed all 13 of his passes for 143 yards and three touchdowns Friday night, leading St. Xavier to a 34-6 victory over Anderson.

        The Bombers completed their first unbeaten season since 1992.

        St. Xavier, 9-0, is the top-ranked team in The Enquirer's Divison I coaches poll and second in the state.

        Mooney also ran 40 yards for a touchdown as the Bombers jumped out to a 28-6 halftime lead.

        Steve Sollmann rushed for 113 yards on 13 carries and is now the school's all-time all-purpose yards record-holder.

        Mike Larkin caught one of Mooney's TD passes; Nick Larsen caught the other two.

        Anderson .......  6  0  0  0— 6

        St. Xavier ....... 14 14  6M0—34

        St. X — Larsen 23 pass from Mooney (Nolan kick)

        St. X — Larkin 30 pass from Mooney (Nolan kick)

        A — Josefosky 1 run (kick failed)

        St. X — Mooney 40 run (Nolan kick)

        St. X — Larsen 14 pass from Mooney (Nolan kick)

        St. X — Sollmann 16 run (kick failed)

        Records: St. X 9-0.

        • CCD 9, Reading 0, at Reading — Senior tailback Jon Smith became only the second player in CCD history to eclipse 2,000 yards rushing in a single season.

        Smith rushed for 142 yards on 28 carries, giving him 2,032 yards and 32 touchdowns, both tops in the Greater Cincinnati area.

        The win also completes the Indians' undefeated regular season.

        The Country Day offense racked up 303 yards, but Reading kept the game close by forcing four turnovers.

        CCD ....... 0  6  0  3—9

        Reading ....... 0  0  0  0—0

        C—Smith 14 run (kick block)

        C—McPhie 30 FG

        Records: R 2-8, C 10-0.

       

        • Kings 28, Turpin 13, at Kings — Mike Vanscoy had a strong all-around performance, lifting the Knights to their ninth straight victory after a season-opening loss to Wyoming.

        Vanscoy threw a 60-yard touchdown pass, caught a 23-yard touchdown pass and ran for two one-yard touchdowns.

        Jimmy Robertson was the leading rushing for Kings with 115 yards on 10 carries.

        Turpin ....... 0   0  7  6—13

        Kings ....... 7  13  8  0—28

        K—Paddock 60 pass from Vanscoy (Wilders kick)

        K—Vanscoy 1 run (Wilders kick)

        K—Vanscoy 23 pass from Dranschak (kick blocked)

        T—#36 1 run (#70 kick)

        K—Vanscoy 1 run (Bikis from Dranschak)

        T—#20 1 run (run failed)

        Records: K 9-1, T 5-5.

        • Madeira 42, Lockland 12, at Madeira — Tim Dooley threw for a touchdown and ran for another as Madeira finished its third straight winning season with the blowout.

        The win most likely seals the first playoff appearance for Madeira since 1982. The Mustangs finished the season 9-1.

        Lockland ....... 0   0  0  12—12

        Madeira ....... 21  14  7   0—42

        M—Beckman 35 blocked punt return (Tudor kick)

        M—Reuter 24 pass from Dooley (Tudor kick)

        M—Reuter 2 run (Tudor kick)

        M—Dooley 45 run (Tudor kick)

        M—Groll 12 run (Tudor kick)

        M—Dooley 4 run (Disbennett kick)

        L—Daniels 60 punt return (run fail)

        L—McKinney 50 run (run fail)

        Records: L 3-7, M 9-1.

        • Bethel-Tate 45, Clermont NE 6, at Bethel — Rob Phillips rushed for 171 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries to lead Bethel-Tate.

        Phillips went over the 1,000-yard mark on the season with 1,001.

        Andy Hesketh added 106 yards on 4-of-8 passing and a pair of touchdowns and also returned an interception for a touchdown.

        Clermont NE ....... 6   0   0  0—06

        Bethel-Tate ....... 12  20  13  0—45

        B—Forsee 10 run (kick failed)

        C—Fishback 6 run (kick failed)

        B—Orick 56 pass from Hesketh (kick failed)

        B—Houlihan 35 run (run failed)

        B—Hesketh 35 interception return (Harvey kick)

        B—Iori 8 pass from Hesketh (Harvey kick)

        B—Forsee 35 fumble recovery (Harvey kick)

        B—Phillips 62 run (kick failed)

        Records: B 4-6 (SBC 2-5), C 1-9 (1-6)

        • Edgewood 49, Middletown Fenwick 7, at Edgewood — David White rushed for 167 yards and four touchdowns to lead Edgewood to its first undefeated season in school history.

        The victory also locked up the MML South title outright. It's Edgewood's fourth straight MML title.

        Danny Beiser added 147 yards on 13 carries for the Cougars.

        David White finished the regular season with 18 touchdowns and 1,272 yards.

        Fenwick ....... 0   0   0  7— 7

        Edgewood ....... 14  21  14  7—49

        E—D.White 42 run (kick failed)

        E—D.White 2 run (Osborne run)

        E—D.White 2 run (Robertson kick)

        E—Beiser 45 run (Robertson kick)

        E—Gibson 65 pass from Osborne (Robertson kick)

        E—Beiser 27 run (Robertson kick)

        E—D. White 50 run (Robertson kick)

        Records: E 10-0 (MML 4-0), F 4-6 (2-2).

        • Lakota West 48, Harrison 21, at Harrison — Harrison saw its playoff hopes doused in a game Lakota West dominated.

        Mike Lovell took over for Lakota West, rushing for 114 yards and two touchdowns and added an 84-yard touchdown reception.

        Lakota West finished the season with a 7-3 record but appears to be on the outside looking in at the playoffs.

        Lakota West ....... 14  13  14  7 —48

        Harrison ....... 0  7  0  14—21

        L—McQueen 12 run (Spadafora kick)

        L—Lovell 3 run (Spadafora kick)

        L—Hutzelman 1 run (Spadafora kick)

        L—Lovell 33 run (kick failed)

        H—Key 62 run (Wittenbook kick)

        L—Lovell 84 pass from York (Spadafora kick)

        L—Wipperman 99 interception return (Spadafora kick)

        L—Schnitzler 2 run (Spadafora kick)

        H—Smith 5 pass from Hannon (Wittenbook kick)

        H—Hannon 1 run (Wittenbook kick)

        Records: LW 7-3, H 5-5

        • LaSalle 24, Colerain 14, at Colerain — Reggie Watson scored twice, first on a 95-yard kickoff return and the second on a three-yard run, to lead the Lancers.

        Watson finished with 51 yards on 12 carries.

        Colerain's Jon Mohr rushed for 117 yards.

        La Salle ....... 7  14  0  3—24

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

        C—Mohr 56 run (Crosby kick)

        L—Watson 95 kickoff return (Obert kick)

        L—Watson 3 run (Obert kick)

        L—Long 4 run (Obert kick)

        C—Funk 6 pass from Ferris (Crosby kick)

        L—Obert 21 FG

        Records: L 5-5, C 6-4.

        • Indian Hill 28, Glen Este 10, at Indian Hill — Indian Hill finished the season with its seventh straight victory and avenged a loss to Glen Este from last season.

        Indian Hill was led by quarterback Nick Janning, who completed 7-of-12 passes for 128 yards and two touchdowns.

        Charlie Hahl caught both of Janning's touchdown passes and finished with three catches for 78 yards.

        Mike Clyburn led Glen Este with 107 yards on 25 carries.

        Glen Este ....... 0  3   0  7—10

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

        I—Hahl 30 pass from Janning (Rogers kick)

        G—Tieke 39 FG

        I—Hamilton 3 run (Rogers kick)

        I—Hahl 27 pass from Janning (Rogers kick)

        I—Cole 1 run (Rogers kick)

        G—Lampe 7 pass from Blair (Tieke kick)

        Records: I 9-1, G 2-8.

        • Sycamore 49, Withrow 7, at Sycamore — Senior running back George Wells rushed 14 times for 111 yards and one touchdown to lead the Aviators.

        The Aviators finished 7-3 but appeared to fall just short of a playoff berth.

        Withrow ....... 0   0  7  0— 7

        Sycamore ....... 7  28  7  7—49

        S—Bailey 15 pass from Corattiyil (Wells kick)

        S—Corattiyil 1 run (Wells kick)

        S—Henderson 4 pass from Corattiyil (Derrick kick)

        S—Wells 12 run (Derrick kick)

        S—Camp 15 run (Derrick kick)

        S—Camp 21 run (Derrick kick)

        W—Majid 20 pass from Love (Woods kick)

        S—Newsom 95 pass from Cottier (Montgomery kick)

        Records: S 7-3, W 3-6.

        • CHCA 32, Finneytown 27, at CHCA — Senior quarterback John Lucas connected with Jason Hunter on a 22-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to lift CHCA.

        With the win, the Eagles finished 7-3, the best mark in school history.

        Lucas completed 16-of-26 passes for 254 yards and two touchdowns. The performance pushes his season total to 2,077 passing yards, tops in Cincinnati.

        Finneytown ....... 0  21  6  0—27

        CHCA ....... 14   6  6  6—32

        C—Betscher 63 pass from Lucas (Koenig kick)

        C—Lucas 1 run (Koenig kick)

        F—Heard 20 run (run failed)

        F—Ogletree 40 run (Heard run)

        C—Betscher 82 kickoff return (kick blocked)

        F—Ogletree 5 run (Gardner kick)

        C—Hunter 26 pass from Lucas (pass failed)

        F—Heard 5 run (run failed)

        C—Hunter 22 pass from Lucas (run failed)

        Records: F 6-4, C 7-3.

        • Columbus Bishop Watterson 35, Lakota East 21, at Lakota East — Brandon Cornell scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to lift Bishop Watterson and, in the process, probably eliminate Lakota East from playoff contention.

        East finished 6-4, the first winning season in school history.

        Bishop Watterson ....... 7  7  7  14—35

        Lakota East ....... 14  0  7   0—21

        BW—Bacarro 1 run (Brick kick)

        LE—Rabin 45 run (Harper kick)

        LE—Kohler 2 run (Harper kick)

        BW—Burkart 2 run (Thornton kick)

        BW—Cornell 1 run (Brick kick)

        LE—Steger 30 pass from Kohler (Harper kick)

        BW—Cornell 4 run (Thornton kick)

        BW—Cornell 26 run (Brick kick)

        Records: BW 9-1, LE 6-4.

        • Moeller 34, Princeton 24, at Galbraith Field — The Crusaders held off a late rally by Princeton to secure their ninth straight victory over the Vikings and 12th in the last 13 games.

        The victory improved the Crusaders record to 6-4 and kept alive their playoff hopes.

        Moeller was led by quarterback Brian Reisert and receiver Nick Dabbelt, who connected three times for touchdowns.

        Reisert finished the game 7-for-12 for 168 yards and three touchdowns, and Dabbelt had four catches for 145 yards and three touchdowns.

        Marcus Blanks led the ground attack with 78 yards rushing, breaking Mike Kamphake's single-season record with 1,534 yards on the year.

        Princeton ....... 0   3   0  21—24

        Moeller ....... 6  14  14   0—34

        M—Brotherton 6 run (run failed)

        P—Kuhlmann 36 FG

        M—Dabbelt 64 pass from Reisert (Murphy kick)

        M—Dabbelt 25 pass from Reisert (Murphy kick)

        M—Dabbelt 47 pass from Reisert (Murphy kick)

        M—Blanks 8 run (Hernandez kick)

        P—Moore 4 run (Kuhlmann kick)

        P—Harrison 8 run (Daniels run)

        P—Evans 15 fumble recovery (pass failed)

        Records: M 6-4, P 2-8.

        • Springboro 47, West Carrollton 12 at Springboro — Springboro scored 33 straight points to open the game.

        The victory clinches the MML North title and looks to have secured a playoff berth.

        Adam Dillon led the offense with 135 yards on 22 carries.

        Senior linebacker Mike South led the defense with 18 tackles, pushing his season total to 143 for the season.

        West Carrollton ....... 0   0  6   6—12

        Springboro ....... 14  12  7  14—47

        S—Anderson 30 pass from Howard (Szima kick)

        S—Dillon 43 run (Szima kick)

        S—Szima 30 field foal

        S—Grothjan 1 run (Szima kick)

        S—Johnson 15 pass from Howard (Szima kick)

        S—safety

        WC—#42 35 run

        S—Bohinc 35 interception (Szima kick)

        S—Francis 40 run (Szima kick)

        WC—#23 2 run

        Records: S 8-2 (MML 4-0), WC 5-5 (2-2).

        • New Richmond 28, Williamsburg 27, OT, at Williamsburg — Quarterback Jason Bainum rushed 30 times for 206 yards and completed 7-of-12 passes for 106 yards with three rushing touchdowns and another passing.

        New Richmond ....... 0  7  7  7  7—28

        Williamsburg ....... 7  7  7  0  6—27

        W—Bainum 19 run (Louiso kick)

        W—Bainum 6 run (Loaiso kick)

        N—Godsey 1 run (Seng kick)

        N—McCormick 40 pass Armbruster (Seng kick)

        W—Bainum 2 run (Loaiso kick)

        N—Godsey 11 pass from Armbruster (Seng kick)

        N—McMonigle 14 run (Seng kick)

        W—Boland 15 pass from Bainum (kick blocked)

        Records: NR 8-2, W 4-6.

        • Hamilton 45, Badin 13, at Hamilton — Ryan King rushed 20 times for a school-record 227 yards to lead the Big Blue.

        King broke the record of Fred Bradbury, who rushed for 220 yards in 1984.

        Badin ....... 7   0   0   6—13

        Hamilton ....... 0  22  10  13—45

        B—Peters 4 pass from Wolf (Roberto kick)

        H—King 37 run (Sheldon kick)

        H—King 79 run (Sheldon kick)

        H—Huff 38 pass from Bryant (Morris run)

        H—Dickson 8 pass from Bryant (Sheldon kick)

        H—Sheldon 25 FG

        H—Huff 58 run (run failed)

        H—Huff 45 interception return (Sheldon kick)

        B—Frankey 9 pass from Puma (pass failed)

        Records: HB 7-3, H 4-6.

        • Western Hills 26, Walnut Hills 18, at Western Hills — Western Hills rebounded from a 12-0 first-half deficit to win its seventh consecutive game.

        The victory clinches the QCC league title outright for the Mustangs.

        Senior running back Charles Newton plunged in for a two-yard touchdown with 3:15 remaining to give the Mustangs the lead. Linebacker Phil Brown intercepted a pass to seal the outcome.

        “It feels terrific to win the league,” Western Hills veteran coach Ed Youngs said.

        The league title is the fifth in the 1990s for Western Hills.

        “We won seven straight to end the season,” Youngs said, “Hopefully that will carry over to next season.”

        Joe Piening guided the Mustangs offense. He passed for 170 yards and two touchdowns.

        Walnut Hills ....... 6  6   0  6—18

        Western Hills ....... 0  7  12  7—26

        WAL—Jackson 2 run (kick failed)

        WAL—Jackson 29 run (pass failed)

        WES—Lewis 12 pass from Piening (Williams kick)

        WES—Furlow 25 run (pass failed)

        WES—Kidd 17 pass from Piening (kick failed)

        WAL—Nelson fumble recovery (kick failed)

        WES—Newton 2 run (Williams kick)

        Records: West 7-3 (QCC 7-0), Wal 4-6 (4-3).

        • Hughes 16, Aiken 7, at Aiken — Hughes outscored the Falcons 10-0 in the second half to seal the victory and finish the season 7-3.

        Hughes ....... 0  6  4  6—16

        Aiken ....... 0  7  0  0— 7

        H—#4 48 pass from Cooley (kick failed)

        A—Jefferson 1 run (Smith kick)

        H—safety

        H—safety

        H—Cooley 8 run (kick failed)

        Records: H 7-3 (6-1 QCC), A 3-7 (3-3).

        • Goshen 27, Little Miami 21, at Little Miami — Little Miami fell to Goshen in the last game at Panther Field.

        Goshen's Jimmy Bicknell had a huge game. He rushed for 172 yards on 19 carries for two touchdowns. He added another touchdown on an 82-yard kickoff return.

        Goshen ....... 7  14  0N  6—27

        Little Miami ....... 0  7N  0  14—21

        G—Bicknell 82 kick return (kick good)

        G—Bicknell 1 run (kick failed)

        L—Dozier 4 run (Fread kick)

        G—Drake 28 pass from Wilson (Blevins pass from Wilson)

        L—Fread 5 run (Fread kick)

        G—Bicknell 1 run (kick failed)

        L—Fread 40 pass from Dane (Fread kick)

        Records: L 5-5, G 3-7

        • Miami Trace 52, Hillsboro 32, at Hillsboro — Four-year letterman Cam Marsh completed his Hillsboro career with an outstanding performance, throwing for 179 yards and three touchdowns.

        Miami Trace ....... 19  23  7   3—52

        Hillsboro ....... 0  14  6  12—32

        M—Patterson 6 run (pass failed)

        M—Patterson 32 run (pass failed)

        M—Smith 19 run (Thoroman kick)

        H—Miles 4 pass from Marsh (pass failed)

        M—Andrews 1 run (Andrews run)

        H—Storer 5 pass from Marsh (Storer pass from Marsh)

        M—Fast 11 pass from Andrews (Thoroman kick)

        M—Napier 9 pass from Andrews (Schlicter pass from Andrews)

        H—Marsh 24 run (pass failed)

        M—Schlichter 57 run (Thoroman kick)

        H—Zugg 46 run (pass failed)

        M—Thoroman 19 FG

        H—Furnis 6 pass from Marsh (pass failed)

        Records: MT 7-3, H 5-5.

        • Loveland 49, Wilmington 29, at Wilmington — B.J. Gambill tallied 201 all-purpose yards, and Phil Deis threw for 160 yards as Loveland ended its season with a league win.

        Loveland ....... 0  21  14  14—49

        Wilmington ....... 0  13   8   8—29

        W—Nance 45 punt return (O'Brien kick)

        L—Wirth 70 kickoff return (Ball kick)

        L—Gambill 68 pass from Deis (Ball kick)

        L—Gambill 30 pass from Deis (Ball kick)

        W—O'Brien 18 pass from Bean (kick fail)

        W—Johnson 18 pass from Bean (Nance pass from Bean)

        L—Dedden 14 run (Ball kick)

        L—Gambill 14 run (Ball kick)

        W—Nance 68 punt return (Nance pass from Bean)

        L—Riesenberg 18 pass from Deis (Ball kick)

        L—Dedden 3 run (Ball kick)

        Records: L 5-5 (4-3 FAVC), W 3-7 (1-6).

        Ross 42, Norwood 18, at Norwood — Aaron Ray scored three touchdowns, and Mike Way scored on touchdown runs of 64 and 57 yards to lead the Rams.

        Ray scored on a three-yard run, a 25-yard pass reception and a 75-yard fumble recovery.

        Way's touchdowns came on runs of 64 and 57 yards.

        Ross ....... 7  14  14  7—42

        Norwood ....... 0  10   0  8—18

       

R-Way 64 run (Schroeder kick)

        R-Morris 3 run (Schroeder kick)

        N-Atwood 90 kickoff return (Runion kick)

        R-Ray 25 pass from Huff (Schroeder kick)

        N-Runion 23 field goal

        R-Way 57 run (Schroeder kick)

        R-Ray 75 fumble recovery (Schroeder kick)

        R-Ray 3 run (Schroeder kick)

        N-Runion 5 pass from File (Fike run)

        Records: Ross 5-4, 4-3 FAVC; N 3-7, 1-6.

        • Mariemont 45, Summit 13 at Mariemont — Matt Weissman rushed for 163 yards on 19 carries and two touchdowns.

        Weissman's second touchdown was a 60-yard run on the first play from scrimmage in the second half.

        Brandon Fisher passed for 216 yards and two touchdowns for the Warriors.

        Summit ....... 7   0   0  6—13

        Mariemont ....... 7  17  14  7—45

        M—Nisonger 2 run (Hindert kick)

        S—Hein 3 run (Shayeson kick)

        M—Clasen 59 pass from Fisher (Hindert kick)

        M—Weissman 5 run (Hindert kick)

        M—Hindert 45 field goal

        M—Weissman 60 run (Hindert kick)

        M—Heck 1 run (Hindert kick)

        S—Carpenter 1 run (pass failed)

        M—Clasen 27 pass from Fisher (Hindert kick)

        Records: M 5-5, S 2-8.

        • Deer Park 43, North College Hill 13, at NCH — Ryan Brown scored four touchdowns to lead the Wildcats.

        Brown scored on TD runs of 52 and 6 yards, plus added kickoff returns of 48 and 90 yards.

        NCH's Donnie Johnson set a school record with 1,808 rushing yards after running for 220 on 25 carries.

        Deer Park ....... 9  14  8  12—43

        North College Hill ....... 0   0  0  13—13

       

DP-Safety, running back tackled in end zone

        DP-Brown 52 run (run failed)

        DP-Streaker 9 run (Brown run)

        DP-Brown 6 run (pass failed)

        DP-Wade 47 interception return (Brown run)

        NCH-Ivery 4 run (run failed)

        DP-Brown 48 kickoff return (kick failed)

        NCH-Johnson 77 run (Hatwig kick)

        DP-Brown 90 kickoff return (run failed)

        Records: NCH 4-6, 4-2; DP 6-4, 3-4.

        • McNicholas 34, Taylor 15 at Anderson — McNicholas set four school records en route to scoring 34 straight points after falling behind 7-0.

        Brian Cupito threw for 249 yards and four touchdowns on 17-of-31 passing, breaking his brother Brad's school record with 23 touchdown passes on the season.

        Joe Polaneczky set a pair of single-season records, catching 62 passes for 848 yards. He had eight catches for 88 yards on the game.

        Linebacker Adrian Nickels finished it off breaking the school record for tackles in a season with 154.

        Taylor ....... 7   0   0  8—15

        McNicholas ....... 0  14  13  7—34

        T—Thomas 19 run (Messer kick)

        M—Moore 10 pass from Cupito (Tilford kick)

        M—Polaneczky 13 pass from Cupito (Tilford kick)

        M—Cupito 21 run (kick failed)

        M—Schneider 71 pass from Cupito (Tilford kick)

        M—Moore 25 pass from Cupito (Tilford kick)

        T—Voynovich 1 run (Getz from Voynovich)

        Records: M 7-3, T 2-8.

        • Worthington Christian 34, New Miami 20, at New Miami — New Miami used its strongest second-half in five years to come from 20 points behind to tie the game in the third quarter, but was unable to hold on.

        After holding Worthington to minus-40 yards rushing in the third quarter, New Miami turned the ball over five times in the fourth quarter.

        New Miami's Craig Bryant finished with six sacks and two touchdown receptions in the losing effort.

        Worthington ....... 6  14  0  14—34

        New Miami ....... 0  6  14  0—20

        W—McCoy 5 pass from Maier (run failed)

        W—Maier 13 run (pass failed)

        W—Maier 7 run (Maier run)

        N—Bryant 74 pass from Roberts (kick blocked)

        N—Bryant 22 pass from Roberts (Roberts run)

        N—McDay 65 run (run failed)

        W—Anyamene 5 run (Maier run)

        W—McCoy 40 interception return (run failed)

        Records: WC 5-4, NM 0-9

        • Northwest 16, Roger Bacon 14 at Roger Bacon — Levi Jackson intercepted a Roger Bacon pass inside the Northwest 30-yard line to end the Spartans' comeback attempt.

        Aaron Babar led the Knights offense, rushing for 208 yards on 27 carries.

        Northwest ....... 3  0  13  0—16

        Roger Bacon ....... 0  7   0  7—14

        N—Hemrich 30 field goal

        RB—Hausfeld 19 run (Brinkman kick)

        NW—Williams 10 pass from Schneider (Hemrich kick)

        NW—Underwood 28 pass from Schneider (kick failed)

        RB—Hurt 1 run (Brinkman kick)

        Records: NW 5-5, RB 3-7.

        • Milford 55, Amelia 14 at Amelia — Brad Gordon rushed for 138 and three touchdowns, and Ralph Hodges added 104 yards and two TDs as Milford won easily.

        Milford ....... 14  21  20  0—55

        Amelia ....... 0   6   0  8—14

        M—Ralph Hodges 20 run (Skidmore kick)

        M—Ralph Hodges 20 run (Skidmore kick)

        M—Brad Gordon 25 run (Skidmore kick)

        M—Aaron Lehman 28 pass from Meranda (Skidmore kick)

        M—Ricky Razzano 1 run (Skidmore kick)

        A—Sparks 60 pass from Smith (run failed)

        M—Brad Gordon 7 run (kick failed)

        M—Brad Gordon 54 run (kick blocked)

        M—Jimmy Taylor 34 interception (Skidmore kick)

        A—Smith 1 run (Southworth pass from Smith)

        Records: A 0-10, M 3-7.

        • Wyoming 13, Blanchester 6 at Blanchester — David Dupee carried the ball 25 times for 180 yards and scored a touchdown to lead the Cowboys.

        Dupree finished the season with 1,652 yards rushing.

        Wyoming ....... 7  6  0  0—13

        Blanchester ....... 0  6  0  0— 6

        W— Monday 44 pass from Lewis (Kaszubski kick)

        B— Lansing 68 run (run failed)

        W— Dupee 3 run (kick blocked)

        Records: Wyoming 9-1, Blanchester 6-4

        Monroe 41, Talawanda 34 at Talawanda — Steve Hartman carried the ball 14 times for 157 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns to lead Monroe to the overtime victory.

        Talawanda was led by quarterback Ryan Holmes, who set a single-game school record for passing with 285 yards and 4 TD's.

        Monroe V ....... 0  14  10  10 7—41

        Talwanda H ....... 0  14   6  14 0—34

        T— Campbell 21 pass from Holmes (Holmes pass) M— Tannreuther 53 pass from Agee (Braun kick)

        T— Holmes 2 run (pass failed)

        M— Braun 52 pass from Agee (Braun kick)

        T— Byrd 45 pass from Holmes (pass failed)

        M— Sampson 5 run (Calhoun pass from Froenerman)

        M— Safety QB sacked in endzone)

        T— Napier 7 pass from Holmes (Byrd run)

        M— Hartman 74 run (Braun kick)

        T— Napier 65 pass from Holmes (run failed)

        M— Braun 27 FG

        M— Hartman 6 run (Braun kick)

        Records:M— 3-7, (2-2MMLS) T— 3-7(2-2)

       



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