Hubbard, Canfield cruise; Mathews rallies past Lakers
¯ MATHEWS 28, PYMATUNING VALLEY 20: ANDOVER — Mathews rallied from a 20-14 deficit, putting 14 points on the board in the fourth quarter, to pull out the Northeastern Athletic Conference victory.
Daniel Canter scored both of the Mustangs’ fourth-quarter touchdowns on a 56-yard run and a 2-yard run. He finished with 21 yards on 13 attempts. Dillon Canter threw for a touchdown a ran for one.
Mathews is 4-3 overall, 1-1 in the NAC. PV slipped to 2-5 and 1-1.
For Pymatuning Valley, it was the Gaige Willis show as he ran for 171 yards and scored all three of the Lakers’ touchdowns. PV outgained Mathews 312 yards to 269.
¯ NEWBURY 49, CHALKER 7: SOUTHINGTON — Chalker lost its fourth in a row, gaining just 173 yards of offense, and dropping to 2-5 overall and 0-3 in the Northeastern Athletic Conference.
Chase Iser scored the Wildcats’ only touchdown, in the second quarter to make the score 28-7. He finished with 27 rushing yards on four carries and led Chalker in receiving yards with 32. Trystan Mollohan passed for 96 yards.
Newbury was paced by Johnny Chambers who rushed for 235 yards and four touchdowns.
Newbury gained almost 450 yards with 394 on the ground. The bulk of the yards besides those from Chambers, came on a 90-yard run by Noah Parsons in the fourth quarter.
¯ HUBBARD 54, JEFFERSON 14: HUBBARD — Davion Daniels was 11 of 13 for 369 yards passing as Hubbard rolled over Jefferson in this AAC White Tier battle.
Tyreq Moore had six carries for 121 yards as the Eagles improved to 3-3, 2-1 AAC White. J.J. Henson had 55 yards rushing and 59 passing for Jefferson (1-5, 1-3).
¯ CANFIELD 36, NILES 3: CANFIELD — Canfield held Niles to less than 100 yards rushing as the Cardinals, ranked third in the last Division III state poll, doubled up the Red Dragons in total yardage, 309 to 149.
The Cardinals (7-0, 1-0 All-American Conference, Red Tier) held Niles (0-7, 0-3) to a 30-yard Chase Sudzina field goal in the second quarter.
¯ JACKSON-MILTON DELAYED: Jackson-Milton led Waterloo, 13-10, in the fourth quarter Friday night in a game that was delayed.
The game is scheduled to be resumed this morning.
¯ Springfield 40, Western Reserve 14: NEW MIDDLETOWN — The Springfield Tigers (4-3, 3-1) offense was like a well-oiled machine as it put up points easily.
The Tigers’ Luke Snyder accounted for four rushing touchdowns, including two in the first quarter. Snyder ran for 193 yards to go with the touchdowns.
For Western Reserve (5-2, 3-1), nothing really got going but it did throw for 226 yards. Dominic Velasquez threw for all 226 yards as well as two touchdowns. Besides that, Reserve couldn’t get much going. With only 93 rushing yards, 59 by Jack Cappabianca, the offense wasn’t great. The big star of the game for Reserve was wide receiver Kade Hilles, who had 142 yards. Brandon Walters led the Blue Devils with 32 receiving yards. Springfield outgained Western Reserve 443 to 319.