Mooney 27, Boardman 20: BOARDMAN - Boardman and Cardinal Mooney battled back and forth, with Mooney having the final word. Both teams found themselves knotted up at 13 going in at intermission after Marcus McWilson returned a kickoff for 85 yards as the final ticks of the first half fell off of the board. Devin Campbell found his way into the end zone for the Spartans in the closing minutes of the third quarter, before Mooney's defense tightened up in the final period. Boardman was held scoreless in the fourth quarter, while Mooney tacked on two scores to take the lead and victory. Campbell led the Spartans with 169 yards rushing on 19 carries. Mooney was paced by Roosevelt Griffin's 98 yards and two touchdowns.
Streetsboro 30, Garfield 3: STREETSBORO - Garfield trailed just 7-3 at halftime, but Streetsboro scored 23 unanswered points. Sebastian Neikirk passed for 163 yards and rushed for 26 more for the G-Men, but was unable to get his team into the end zone. Tyler Dixon rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown for Streetsboro.
Mentor 38, Ursuline 27: MENTOR - Ursuline trailed just 31-27 through three quarters, but could not take the lead in a loss to Mentor. Jesse Curry rushed for 162 yards and a touchdown for the Irish, and Chris Durkin passed for 62 yards, passing for one touchdown and running for another. Mitch Trubisky passed for 345 yards and three touchdowns, plus another on the ground, for Mentor.
Garaway 34, Newton Falls 3: SUGARCREEK - Newton Falls continued to struggle offensively, as the Tigers accumulated only 206 total yards in a loss to Garaway. Newton Falls (0-2) has been held out of the end zone in each of its first two games. Tyler Walter passed for 288 yards for Garaway. He passed for one touchdown and rushed for two more.
McDonald 32, Oberlin 27: OBERLIN - Despite being outgained 378-267, McDonald was able to defeat Oberlin and avoid an 0-2 start. The Blue Devils forced four turnovers in the win. They took an 11-point fourth-quarter lead. Christian Rusinowski threw a 50-yard scoring pass to Stephen Vidman in the second quarter, then added a 5-yard TD run in the third for a 26-20 lead.
Hubbard 51, Collinwood 14: HUBBARD - Despite turning the ball over four times, Hubbard managed to manhandle Collinwood Friday night. The Eagles used the first half to win the game by going into intermission leading 51-6. Five different Hubbard players reached the end zone in the second quarter, while the defense stifled the Collinwood offense. Collinwood had -27 yards on the ground, compared to Hubbard's 283. Larry Scott led the Eagles with 129 yards rusing on 10 carries.
Mathews 45, Windham 12: WINDHAM - Mathews proved to be too much on both sides of the ball for Windham Friday night after winning 45-12. Mathews held Windham to 64 total yards on offense, while posting 357 yards of their own. Hunt led Mathews offensively as he rushed for 180 yards on 22 carries. Hunt also added 3 scores, one of which tallied 75 yards. The Mustangs improved their record to 2-1.
LaBrae 60, Mineral Ridge 7: LEAVITTSBURG - Mineral Ridge had no answer for LaBrae Friday night, as the Rams were buried by LaBrae 60-7. A relentless attack by LaBrae posted 406 yards of total offense, 331 of which were on the ground. Matt Szorady and Matt Yoder led the Viking ground game with 193 yards and three scores. Mineral Ridge got on the board early when Casey Porter scored from 38 yards out, but that would be the only time the Rams sniffed the end zone. Porter finished the game with 45 yards on the ground for Mineral Ridge.
Sebring 30, Southington 0: SEBRING - A strong Sebring defense held Southington hopeless Friday night. Despite a solid effort from Southington quarterback Kyle Reynolds, who posted 81 yards of total offense, Sebring continued to hault any momentum Southington attempted to gain. Sebring quarterback, Huford tossed three touchdown passes to lead the Trojans.
Rootstown 26, Jackson-Milton 0: NORTH JACKSON - Rootstown blanked Jackson-Milton Friday night. The offense for Rootstown was led by Danny Lashley, and his 131 yards on 11 carries. Lashley also managed three touchdown runs that averaged over 37 yards per scamper. Jackson-Milton was paced by the rushing of Morrison's 89 yards on the ground.
Southeast 21, Field 14: PALMYRA - Tylor Brokaw's 6-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter lifted Southeast over Field and remain undefeated. Brokaw rushed for 63 yards for the Pirates, while Noah Kainrad rushed for 80 yards and passed for 222 more. He accounted for two touchdowns. Pat Boggs led Field with 100 yards rushing and 62 receiving.