Howland drops 3rd straight; Hubbard rolls on

≤ PARMA PADUA 25, HOWLAND 14: HOWLAND — The Tigers slipped to 0-3 against the undefeated Bruins, staying in the game until Padua returned an interception for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter.

Trailing 13-0 at halftime, the Tigers got on the board on a 75-yard pass from Jordan Fronzaglio to Michael Wilson.

Padua increased the lead to 19-7 at the tail end of the third quarter, then opened it to 25-7 with the pick six.

Howland’s Eric Babinchak closed out the scoring with a 69-yard run.

The Tigers held a 243-205 edge in total yards. Babinchak led the ground attack with 76 yards and Fronzaglio passed for 97 yards.

≤ HUBBARD 62, EDGEWOOD 12: HUBBARD — The Eagles offense was in high gear right from the start, as Hubbard improved to 3-0 and won their All-American Conference White Tier opener.

Quarterback Davion Daniels threw three touchdown passes in the first quarter and ran for two scores himself as Hubbard opened a 42-0 lead. JayQuan Odem had two of the touchdown catches, Bray Donlow scored on a TD pass and Jermia Harris ran for touchdown.

The Eagles outgained Edgewood (1-2, 0-1) 409 yards to 104 for the game.

Daniels finished with 94 yards rushing and 110 through the air.

≤ GRAND VALLEY 16, CARDINAL 7: ORWELL — Grand Valley stayed undefeated, rallying to win a defensive battle with Cardinal.

The Mustangs (3-0) trailed 7-0=3 at halftime, but Logan Newell caught a 34-yard touchdown pass from Gordon Seger with 4:26 left in the third quarter to give Grand Valley the lead for good. Nick Reichek added a 52-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter for the Mustangs. Reichek paced GV with 92 yards on 11 carries.

Cardinal (1-2) scored on a 20-yard pass from Matt Carney, but they managed just 53 rushing yards for the game.

≤ CARDINAL MOONEY 19, COLUMBUS DeSALES 18: YOUNGSTOWN — Cardinal Mooney scored 19 points in the second quarter and made it stand up against Columbus DeSales.

DeSales took a 6-0 lead early in the second quarter, but the Cardinals (2-1) had TD runs from Jason Santisi and Chris Gruber to take the lead.

John Murphy’s 38-yard pass to Nico Marchionda with 41 seconds left before halftime put the Cardinals up 18-6. It was Michael Scavina’s extra point which gave Cardinal Mooney the win. It was the only extra point made in the game.

DeSales (2-1) rallied with 12 points in the fourth quarter, but neither score resulted in an extra point.

≤ MASSILLON JACKSON 17, BOARDMAN 7: BOARDMAN — The Polar Bears scored 10 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to pull away from the Spartans.

Brice Mouton’s 32-yard field goal and Ethan Adkins’ 11-yard touchdown run put away Boardman (2-1) in the final quarter.

Adkins had 24 carries for 104 yards for Massillon Jackson (2-1).

Mike O’Horo led the Spartans with 12 of 26 for 104 yards and a second-quarter touchdown to Cam Kreps. Joe Ieraci had nine carries for 71 yards.

≤ GARFIELD 47, BERKSHIRE 6: GARRETTSVILLE — Garfield ran for 393 yards and six touchdowns as the G-Men cruised past Berkshire.

Connor Hrubik led Garfield (2-1) with 156 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries. Jarrod Peters added 115 yards and a TD on nine carries. The G-Men led 28-0 at halftime.

Anthony Demma ran back the second-half kickoff 72 yards for a touchdown to put the game out of reach.

Pennypacker paced the Badgers (1-2) with 72 yards on nine carries.

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