McDonald holds on for first victory

McDONALD 20, CRESTVIEW 14: McDONALD — Dominic Schadl scored two touchdowns in the third quarter for the Blue Devils to lead them past Crestview.

Schadl ran for 198 yards and threw for another 23.

McDonald started the game off with a 20-yard run from Logan Hawk to take a 6-0 lead after the missed field goal.

The Blue Devils retained the lead into the second half after a scoreless second quarter.

Schadl scored the first of his two third-quarter touchdowns with a 73-yard rush. After a 4-yard touchdown run from Crestview tailback Ethan Powell, Schadl struck again with a four-yard rush of his own to take a 20-7 lead.

Crestview scored the only points of the fourth quarter with a touchdown, but it was too late and McDonald got their first win of the year.

LEETONIA 42, CHALKER 6: SOUTHINGTON — The Wildcats had no answer for the Bears’ Marco Ferry in a non-conference loss.

Leetonia’s junior tailback accrued 302 yards on nine carries and scored touchdowns of 65, 30, 74, 28 and 80 yards. Overall, Leetonia (3-0) totaled 360 yards on 11 attempts.

Chalker (0-3) led for nine seconds before Ferry took over. At the 3:35 mark in the first quarter, Jacob Baker found Chase Isler for a 28-yard score. Isler paced the Wildcats with 117 yards of 19 carries, while Baker added 58 on 22 attempts on the ground.

GARFIELD 41, BERKSHIRE 14: BURTON — Garfield scored 34 unanswered points to blow out Berkshire in a non-conference clash.

Berkshire (2-1) scored on a 48-yard run with 10 minutes, 3 seconds left in the first quarter, but Garfield (3-0) took over from there. Austin Lysiak, who led the G-Men with 70 yards rushing, scored on a 5-yard run. Garfield took the lead on a 6-yard run by Anthony Demma to start the second quarter. A 77-yard pass from Brody Swigonski to Jared Simon, and a 10-yard run by Jarrod Peters capped a dominant quarter.

Swigonski, who added a 65-yard TD pass, finished 3-for-3 with 155 yards and two TDs.

LAKEVIEW 30, FIRESTONE 7: CORTLAND — Isaac Russo had 12 carries for 126 yards and a touchdown as the Bulldogs won their first game of the season over winless Akron Firestone.

The game was called with 3:57 remaining when lightning was spotted near Don Richards Memorial Stadium.

Lakeview (1-2) came up with four turnovers, three interceptions and one fumble recovery.

Trovon Davis paced Firestone (0-3) with 15 carries for 91 yards.

Lakeview outscored Firestone 24-7 in the second quarter.

Bulldogs kicker Brandon Kilpatrick had field goals from 32, 38 and 20 yards.

BROOKFIELD 42, UNITED 14: HANOVERTON — Brookfield quarterback Haden Gibson completed 17-of-21 passes for 237 yards and three touchdowns in leading the Warriors to a resounding victory.

Haden fired TD passes of 7, 54 and 4 yards while completing just more than 80 percent of his passes. He also ran for 46 yards on six carris. Tyler Briggs led the ground game with 72 yards and two TDs on 12 attempts for the Warriors (2-1).

Brody Kiko threw for 100 yards, including a 32-yard TD, to lead United (1-2). Brookfield did pick off three passes.

CHANEY 40, LIBERTY 0: LIBERTY — A balanced offense and a smothering defense powered Chaney to a shutout of Liberty in a non-league bout.

Delshawn Petrosky paced the Cowboys (2-1) one the ground — 71 yards rushing and one TD — and in the air — 9-of-24 for 182 yards and two TDs. Chaney held the Leopards (1-2) to just 71 total yards (zero passing).

Marquan Herron caught four passes for 82 yards and one TD, and Migel Burgess ran for 60 yards and a TD on four carries for the Cowboys.

Donte Venters paced Liberty with 34 yards on 21 carries.

JACKSON-MILTON 35, WINDHAM 14: NORTH JACKSON — Sean Lengyel ran for 262 yards and five touchdowns, the final two allowing Jackson-Milton to pull away from the Bombers.

The Blue Jays (3-0) led 21-0 as Lengyel had TD runs of 1, 53 and 4, but Windham (1-2) got back into the game thanks to Bert Jones. He caught a 51-yard pass from Wyatt Hanshaw for a TD, and then ran for a 50-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter to make it 21-14.

Lengyel put the game away with TD runs of 11 and 63. Noah Kramer added 50 yards on nine carries for Jackson-Milton.

HUBBARD 21, SHAW 0: A methodical running game and sturdy defense helped Hubbard post a home win to improve to 2-1.

The Eagles rushed for 207 of their 242total yards and scored one touchdown in the first, third and fourth quarters. Quarterback Cam Resetar, who ran for 54 yards, tossed a 14-yard scoring strike to Tommy Wess to open the scoring. It was one of his three completions in nine attempts.

Jermia Haris led the Eagles with 75 yards rushing on 20 carries, including a 2-yard dive in the third quarter and Hubbard tacked on a 1-yard scoring run from T.C. Caffey in the final minutes of the contest. Caffey finished with 71 yards on 11 carries.

Defensively, Hubbard limited its guest to 156 total yards.


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