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Capsules: Hubbard wins again, Niles tops East

Hubbard 47, Shaw 14: T.C. Caffey continued his exceptional senior season and rushed for 226 yards and four touchdowns in the Eagles’ third win of the season. Nick Hendrick also threw two touchdowns in Hubbard’s win. In three games this season Caffey has rushed for 890 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Niles, 40, East 14: The Red Dragons got on top early thanks to three first quarter touchdowns by Antuan Gardner. On the day, Gardner rushed for four touchdowns on 235 yards. In total, the Red Dragons gained 308 yards offensively.

Massillon Jackson 20, Boardman 14: In a back and forth game, the Tigers prevailed behind the rushing efforts of Brendan Craig who ran for 222 yards and one score. For the Spartans, Cam Thompson caught three passes for 103 yards.

West Branch 48, Richfield Revere 6: Dru DeShields got it done for the Warriors, picking up five touchdowns in the air on 22 completions. DeShields threw for 235 yards on the night. Receiver Nick Wilson notched three scores in the win.

Girard 35, Akron Ellet 0: The Indians kept on the gas behind quarterback Triston Valley who threw for two touchdowns and picked one up on the ground in the win. Valley went 10 of 13 in the air for 151 yard and picked up 117 yards rushing.

United 28, Crestview 21: In a tight contest, a late fourth quarter touchdown made the difference for the Golden Eagles. Ward Kiko and Grant Knight picked up over 100 yards on the ground with Kiko scoring once. For the Rebels, quarterback Anthony Cusick went 22 for 40, gaining 223 yards in the air. He added two scores on the ground.

Springfield 41, Geneva 14: In a high scoring affair, Beau Brungard led the way for the Tigers on the ground, rushing for 280 yards on 11 attempts and finding the endzone four times. Brungard broke away for an 88-yard touchdown run in the third frame following a previous 74-yard kick return.

Hudson 17, Harding 10: After being shutout in the first half, the Raiders came roaring back in the second half, scoring 10 unanswered points to cut the final deficit to just seven. Dom Foster led Harding with 121 rushing yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.

Hubbard 47, Shaw 14: T.C. Caffey continued his exceptional senior season and rushed for 226 yards and four touchdowns in the Eagles’ third win of the season. Nick Hendrick also threw two touchdowns in Hubbard’s win. In three games this season Caffey has rushed for 890 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Niles, 40, East 14: The Red Dragons got on top early thanks to three first quarter touchdowns by Antuan Gardner. On the day, Gardner rushed for four touchdowns on 235 yards. In total, the Red Dragons gained 308 yards offensively.

Girard 35, Akron Ellet 0: The Indians kept on the gas behind quarterback Triston Valley who threw for two touchdowns and picked one up on the ground in the win. Valley went 10 of 13 in the air for 151 yard and picked up 117 yards rushing.

Southeast 22, Champion 21: Jaidyn Sapp made the difference for the Pirates in the close game. Sapp ran for 215 yards and three touchdowns including a big score in overtime and the walk-off two-point conversion. For the Golden Flashes, Joey Fell threw for 257 yards on 21 completions and a touchdown.

Pymatuning Valley 32, Grand Valley 19: Robert Verba led the charge for the Lakers in the rivalry game. Verba ran for 108 yards and two touchdowns on 13 attempts, including a 56-yard run. For the Mustangs, Nathan Boiarski was nine of 23 for two touchdowns and 160 yards.

Mathews 46, Sebring 12: Isiah Munno completed 12 of his 13 pass attempts for 238 yards and three touchdowns while also finding the end zone on the ground. Cory Lilly also caught six passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns.

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