Morales, Hubbard run wild on Girard in 30-16 win

HUBBARD – Rafael Morales had 28 carries for 240 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Eagles past the Indians, 30-16.

Tyreq Moorer added 18 carries for 145 yards for Hubbard (2-0).

The two made up a bulk of Hubbard’s rushing, 51 carries for 380 yards.

Mark Waid was 8-of-23 for 133 yards for Girard, which fell to 0-2 after a loss to Niles in Week 1.

LISBON 46, MINERAL RIDGE 14: MINERAL RIDGE – Lisbon scored 46 straight points to start the game, including 32 in a huge second quarter, to rout the Rams.

The Blue Devils (2-0) took advantage of three Mineral Ridge (0-2) turnovers and also scored on a punt return. Jason Thompson led the way with 60 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries. Colin Sweeney was 4 of 7 passing for 60 yards and a touchdown. He also ran in for a TD and returned a punt 68 yards for a score.

Michael McLean led the Rams with 50 yards rushing on seven carries. He scored on a 26-yard scamper in the third quarter. Quarterback Jarred Miller added a 28-yard run in the same quarter.

AUSTINTOWN FITCH 27, BRUNSWICK 20: AUSTINTOWN – Jakari Lumsden ran 70 yards for a touchdown and finished with 143 yards on 13 carries as Austintown Fitch (1-1) bounced back from a season-opening loss last week to Hudson.

The game featured blocked punts that turned into touchdowns for each team. The teams ran the ball a combined 90 times and attempted 18 passes combined.

Lumsden’s long TD run gave Fitch a 21-6 halftime lead and two second-half field goals by Dylan Correia helped the Falcons hold off the Blue Devils (1-1).

SOUTH RANGE 42, WESTERN RESERVE 22: NORTH LIMA – The Raiders scored 21 points in the second quarter of their 20-point win. Peyton Remmish and Seth Morrow touchdown runs sandwiched a 69-yard punt return touchdown by Mathias Combs in the second period.

South Range (2-0) fell behind, 8-0, early on, but rebounded with 35-unanswered points. Morrow rushed for 64 yards on six carries, while Ethan Dominguez had five for 62. Remmish had 57-yard touchdown reception, to go along with his touchdown run.

For Western Reserve (0-2), a Jack Cappabianca 72-yard touchdown run, and a two-point conversion, put the Blue Devils ahead early on. Cappabianca had 10 carries for 98 yards. Both Dominic Velasquez and Wyatt Larimer attempted at least 14 passes, with Velasquez hooking up with Larimer twice in the fourth quarter.

McDONALD 20, SPRINGFIELD 10: McDONALD – McDonald took a two-touchdown lead in the third quarter and made it hold up against Springfield.

Total yards were about even with McDonald holding a 219 to 193 edge.

The Blue Devils (1-1) held Springfield quarterback Brannon Brungard to 11-of-20 for 56 yards.

The Tigers fell to 1-1.