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High school football capsules

South Range 49, Lakeview 10: The Raiders kept their undefeated season alive as they rushed for a combined 218 yards and Billy Skripac threw for 221 yards and three touchdowns through the air to take down the winless Bulldogs. Dylan Dominguez also rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns while Ayden Leon reeled in five passes for 113 yards.

Hubbard 48, Niles 13: The Red Dragons scored first, but the Eagles finished it off on Friday. T.C Caffey rushed for 236 yards and three touchdowns, while Landon Bates rushed for 106 and two scores as the Eagles stayed undefeated. Antuan Gardner rushed for 205 yards and a touchdown for Niles.

Greenville (Pa.) 49, McDonald 35: The Blue Devils fell just short in a high-scoring affair while rushing for 324 yards. Nate Gilligan led the way with 205 yards and three touchdowns while Logan Hawk rushed for 110 yards and a score. Hawk also threw for a touchdown.

Springfield 55, Jackson-Milton 0: Beau Brungard accounted for five touchdowns, Seandelle Gardner and Marshall Yelkin returned punts for touchdowns in the Tigers’ third straight shutout victory.

Lowellville 56, Mineral Ridge 28: Vinny Ballone threw for 137 yards, rushed for 185 yards and totaled five touchdowns in another Rockets win. Matt Lucido also caught 4 passes for 61 yards and three touchdowns. Nate Rohrman led the Rams with 17 carries for 148 yards and two touchdowns.

Crestview 44, Champion 38: The Rebels erased an early Champion lead to earn a come-from-behind victory against the Golden Flashes. Roclen Bettura rushed for a team-high 251 yards and three touchdowns on 36 carries.

Western Reserve 56, Sebring 22: Blue Devils senior David Altiere broke two single-game records for Western Reserve in a win over Sebring. Altiere rushed for 337 yards and six touchdowns, both of which are records, as he helped guide the Blue Devils to their fifth win of the year.

West Branch 77, Minerva 0: The Warriors put on a scoring clinic in a big league win over Minerva Friday. Dru DeShields threw for three touchdowns and backup quarterback Beau Alazaus threw for two. Four different receivers caught touchdowns and three different running backs scored, including Steven Marra who had three rushing touchdowns on five carries.

Poland 35, Jefferson 7: Jack Fulton ran for three scores as Poland (6-3) powered through Northeast-8 rival Jefferson. Fulton finished the night with 110 yards on the ground, with Dillon Smith and Dom Parker each scoring as well. Poland closes the year out with Struthers.

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