East tops Ursuline for first time in 32 years
¯ YOUNGSTOWN EAST 37, URSULINE 7: YOUNGSTOWN — The Golden Bears got their first win over the Fighting Irish since East beat Ursuline, 13-6, in 1986.
East outgained Ursuline in total yardage 227 to 143.
East (1-1) took a 21-7 lead into halftime and dominated the Irish (0-2) with a punt return and interception for touchdowns. The Golden Bears had some trickery has Delshawn Petrosky threw his only pass of the night, a 58-yard score to quarterback Zane Cylar. Cylar and Eddie Gilbert each had a rushing score.
Ursuline’s only score came in the first quarter as Davion Jones tied the game at 7 with a 15-yard TD run.
Next Friday, East hosts Lakeside, while Ursuline travels to Lake Catholic as the Irish are in the midst of a six-game road trip to start the season.
¯ LEETONIA 19, MATHEWS 0: LEETONIA — Roman Ferry scored all three touchdowns for Leetonia. Ferry ran for 138 yards and three touchdowns in the first half and finished with 192 yards on 25 carries.
¯ LISBON 41, MINERAL RIDGE 7: MINERAL RIDGE — Lisbon ran for 374 yards and scored the first 33 points in a dominating non-conference victory over the Rams.
The Blue Devils (2-0) ran for five touchdowns and took a 33-0 halftime lead. They also held Mineral Ridge (0-2) to 134 total yards.
The Rams scored in the fourth quarter on a Randall Miller 9-yard run. Miller led the Rams with 28 yards rushing on six carries.
¯ AUSTINTOWN FITCH 15, ERIE, PA. 8: AUSTINTOWN — Bobby Cavalier connected with Ralph Fitzgerald on a 54-yard scoring pass in the fourth quarter to lift the Falcons.
Dom Montalbano had put the Falcons on top with an 18-yard scoring run in the first quarter, and C.J. Woodberry ran for the two-point conversion.
Erie tied the game in the third quarter.
Cavalier ended up 7-for-9 passing for 110 yards. Montalbano rushed for 58 yards and Noah James had 48 yards. Fitzgerald totalled 71 yards on three catches.
¯ GRAND VALLEY 41, BERKSHIRE 21: ORWELL — Logan Newell had 238 yards in total offense and four scores to lead the Mustangs past Berkshire.
Newell had 160 yards rushing and three scores, including a 78-yard pass from Gorgan Seger near halftime as Grand Valley (2-0) led 21-13 at halftime.
Seger was 3 of 8 for 118 yards and two scores.
Next Friday, Grand Valley hosts Cardinal (1-1), which blasted Pymatuning Valley on Friday.
¯ WINDHAM 41, LOWELLVILLE 6: WINDHAM — The Bombers easily dispatched another Mahoning County school, running out to a 35-0 halftime lead in improving to 2-0.
Mason Angle ran for two scores, Phillip Maiorca ran for a touchdown and caught a TD pass from Blaze Angle, and Blake Eye added a touchdown run.
Maiorca finished with 107 yards on the ground and Mason Angle added 74. Blaze Angle passed for 75 yards.
The Bombers held a 344-152 edge in total yards.
¯ CARDINAL 60, PYMATUNING VALLEY 14: MIDDLEFIELD — The Lakers, coming off a wild win last week over Mineral Ridge trailed 34-6 after one quarter in losing big to the Huskies.
Cardinal held a 54-14 advantage at halftime.
¯ CUYAHOGA HEIGHTS 26, GARFIELD 14: CUYAHOGA HEIGHTS — Garfield took a 14-0 lead on Cuyahoga Heights with 10:41 left before halftime.
From there, the Redskins (2-0) scored the next 26 points.
Garfield was held to minus-5 yards passing.
Cuyahoga Heights’ Sam Shafer tied the game at 14 with 7:18 left in the third with his 5-yard TD run. Kyle Polack’s 27-yard TD run proved to be the game winner with 7 minutes left in the third.
Brayden DiSanza led the Redskins with 23 carries for 138 yards, while Jason Bartoski had three receptions for 100 yards. Shafer was 6 of 12 for 121 yards with a TD and interception.
Austin Lysiak paced the G-Men (1-1) with 13 carries for 93 yards.
Next Friday, Garfield hosts Berkshire.