McDonald, J-Milton win; Ridge, G-Men fall

¯ McDONALD 34, SEBRING 6: SEBRING — McDonald rolled up a 34-point first quarter and cruised past Sebring in a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference clash.

The Blue Devils (8-0, 5-0) ran for 347 yards and eight touchdowns. Alex Cintron ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns on just three carries. He Josh Celli (6 rushes, 76 yards) combined for five first-quarter TDs.

McDonald’s Nathan Gilligan added 95 yards and one TD on three carries. In all, four different players ran for at least 60 yards for the Blue Devils.

Sebring (0-8, 0-5) amounted 101 total yards (71 through the air). The Trojans’ lone score came on a 7-yard run by Dylan Johnson in the second quarter.

¯ JACKSON-MILTON 33, LOWELLVILLE 0: NORTH JACKSON — Jackson-Milton used a stingy defense to shutout Lowellville Friday night. The Blue Jays scored two touchdowns by way of interception returns from Jimmy Harper and Dylan Gibbs. Those defensive scores help to solidify the victory in the final quarter.

Gibbs started the scoring on the night when he caught a short pass from Michael Liberato midway through the first quarter.

Jackson-Milton used the defensive scores, as well as an 80-yard run from Sean Lengyel to take the win. Lengyel finished the night with 124 yards rushing.

¯ SPRINGFIELD 57, MINERAL RIDGE 8: MINERAL RIDGE — Brannon Brungard had 201 passing yards, while Luke Snyder added 125 rushing yards to lead Springfield past Mineral Ridge.

Snyder had two touchdowns, while Brungard had three for the Tigers (7-1, 4-1 Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference).

Nathan Chiclowe had 14 carries for 51 yards for the Rams (1-7, 1-4). Dakota Edwards had 53 yards rushing and 68 passing.

¯ MOGADORE 49, GARFIELD 26: MOGADORE — Garfield (5-3, 1-1) got off to a 6-0 lead, but Mogadore (7-1, 3-0) scored the next 35 points in the Portage Trail Conference County Division game.

Jarrod Peters put the G-Men ahead with a touchdown midway through the first quarter. He finished with 68 yards on the ground.

Devyn Penna led the G-Men with 91 yards and Anthony Demma added 67, including a 40-yard scoring run.. He also scored on an interception return.

¯ NEWBURY 36, PYMATUNING VALLEY 18: NEWBURY — Newbury controlled the game from the first quarter, and would not relinquish the lead.

Noah Parsons put his foot on the gas, and did not let up. He finished the night with 258 yards rushing, and 4 touchdowns. Teammate Dylan Hamilton added 9 carries for 89 yards and a score as well.

Defensively, Julian Cicchella added 9 tackles and 1 tackle for loss to ensure Pymatuning Valley would not make a run.