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October 6, 2012
Tribune Chronicle ( , Underthelights

EAST PALESTINE 30, JACKSON-MILTON 14: NORTH JACKSON - Jackson-Milton scored the first 14 points of the game, but it was all downhill for the Blue Jays after that.

Chris Dolin and Thomas Gatewood each caught touchdown passes in the first half for Jackson-Milton (0-7, 0-4).

Tyler Shaffer had 127 yards rushing for the Blue Jays.

Derek Smith scored three touchdowns and Tyler Visnick added another for East Palestine (1-6, 1-3). Visnick rushed for 127 yards.

CAMPBELL 35, CHAMPION 29, OT: CHAMPION - Brandon Reyes' 9-yard touchdown broke a tie and gave Campbell an overtime win over Champion.

Reyes passed for 246 yards with three touchdown passes for the Red Devils (4-3, 2-1). Jayle'll Shorter caught three passes for 85 yards and two scores.

Mike Cyrus led the Golden Flashes (3-4, 2-2) with 102 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Robert Douglas caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from James Naylor with 1:25 left to force overtime.

LEDGEMONT 41, MATHEWS 12: VIENNA - Jarrett Young scored three touchdowns as Ledgemont routed Mathews.

Young finished with 149 yards rushing, including a 58-yard scoring run.

Griffin Degener passed for 196 yards for the Redskins, including two touchdowns.

Wyatt Ford completed the only pass he threw for the Mustangs, a 76-yard touchdown to Cobie Pratt.

SOUTH RANGE 55, MINERAL RIDGE 20: NORTH LIMA - South Range jumped out to a 35-0 lead and cruised over Mineral Ridge.

Billy Goodall and Robby Seman each scored twice for the Raiders, who finished with 472 total yards of offense.

Devine Redding scored twice for the Rams, on a 9-yard run and a 75-yard kickoff return.

LaBRAE 47, NEWTON FALLS 6: NEWTON FALLS - LaBrae led 33-0 through three quarters and rolled to an easy win, its first of the season.

Justin Jenkins rushed for 125 yards and Peyton Aldridge passed for 194 for the Vikings, who accumulated 495 total yards.

Brandon Fuller had 98 total yards for Newton Falls.

CARDINAL 59, NEWBURY 21: NEWBURY - Cardinal led 32-21 at halftime, then pulled away in the final two quarters to defeat Newbury.

Tom Shirkey (142), Cody Purpura (129), Brian Kaser (111) and Nick Mares (108) each surpassed 100 yards rushing as the Huskies totaled 516 yards on the ground as a team.

Cameron Miller passed for 162 yards for Newbury.

WATERLOO 24, WINDHAM 0: ATWATER - Diven scored two touchdowns on a 65-yard fumble return and a 39-yard run as Waterloo shut down Windham.

Waterloo had 233 yards on the ground and 297 in total.

The Bombers were held to just 15 yards passing and 151 total yards.

WESTERN RESERVE 56, SEBRING 14: BERLIN CENTER - Nick Allison passed for 218 yards and three touchdowns as Western Reserve destroyed Sebring.

The Blue Devils led 41-0 at halftime and were never threatened.

Western Reserve had 581 total yards and held the Trojans to 309.

SOUTHEAST 44, ROOTSTOWN 7: ROOTSTOWN - Jordan Krych led his Southeast team to a victory with his arm. Krych completed the contest 18-24 for 175 yards and zero interceptions. To cap that off, he totalled three touchdowns through the air.

Krych's Southeast teammate, Norquest caught two of the touchdown passes, and also turned an interception into a score.

Rootstown was able to get on the board in the final quarter, when Sam Todd threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Jake Moore.

EAST 19, CANFIELD 0: CANFIELD - A week after falling in overtime to Niles, Canfield continued to slide in the win column after suffering a loss to East.

Canfield's defense allowed 582 yards of offense to East, while countering that effort with only 188 of its own. East jumped out in the first half compliments of Derrick Tensley's two touchdowns. Tensley finished the night with 97-yards rushing.

Tensley's teammate Rayfield Bell added a touchdown of his own in the second quarter, while finishing the night with 54-yards rushing and 203 yards passing.

The second half turned out to be a defensive battle, as neither team would reach the endzone.

SPRINGFIELD 27, LISBON 6: LISBON - A balanced attack of defense and offense led Springfield to a victory.

Hunter Snyder was the main player for Springfield in the win as he averaged more than 7 yards per carry, completing the contest with 146 yards rushing. Snyder also found the endzone on three occasions, while adding an additional 100-yards passing.

Lisbon had 212 yards of total offense, but was unable to score enough to stay in the game. Zak Leko scored the only touchdown for Lisbon on a 106-yard effort on the ground.

LIBERTY 35, GIRARD 21: LIBERTY - Girard did its best to stay in the game through the first half of Friday's contest against Liberty, but a third quarter led by the Leopards Sherron Walls would prove to be the difference.

Walls finished the night with 167 yards rushing on 24 carries, while reaching pay dirt three times. While Walls did it offensively, the Liberty defense shut Girard's high-powered offense out of the end zone to start the second half.

Nick Cardiero posted 217 passing yards for Girard, and teammate Evan DelBene tacked on 127 yards receiving on only five catches in the losing effort.

MOGADORE 38, GARFIELD 0: GARRETTSVILLE - A devastating ground attack pounded the Garfield defense for 351 yards rushing, leading Mogadore to a victory.

The majority of the damange came way of running back Gary Strain, who rushed for a team-high 175 yards and two scores. Teammate Brandon Berry added 94 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

Just as dangerous as the rushing attack was for Mogadore, the defense proved just as strong. Garfield was held to 92 total yards of offense, and zero points scored. Tanner Bontrager led Garfield with 33 yards on the ground.