PREP FOOTBALL Recaps of other Week 4 games

Boardman 21, Erie McDowell 7


Boardman scored in each of the first three quarters to build a 21-0 lead.

The Spartans (3-1) scored on Mike O’Horo’s 2-yard run in the first, Che Trevena’s 70-yard punt return in the second and Joe Ieraci’s 5-yard run in the third.

Ieraci led the Spartans with 86 yards rushing and a touchdown on 22 carries. O’Horo went 5 of 10 for 49 yards.

Will Hollenbeck scored on a 35-yard run in the fourth for Erie McDowell (2-2).

Canfield 47, Lakeside 20


Matt Zaremski caught two touchdown passes and returned an interception for a touchdown as the Cardinals (4-0) stayed perfect.

Zaremski scored on passes of 14 and two yards from Max Dawson. His interception return covered 55 yards.

Dawson was 8 for 10 for 52 yards and ran for 81 yards on 15 carries, including TD runs of 8 and 3 yards.

Mehlyn Clinkscale added a 2-yard TD run and Nick Crawford had a 6-yard run .

Lakeside (1-3) got two TD passes from Johnny Anservitz and a 19-yard scoring run from Gavin Bish. Anservitz threw a 20-yard TD pass to Mark Dalrymple and a 63-yard TD pass to Ethan Colbert.

Poland 34, Howland 0


Josh Alessi ran for 154 yards and two touchdowns on 14 attempts to lead unbeaten Poland (4-0, 1-0 AAC Red Tier) to its fourth win.

Jake Rutana carried the ball 11 times for 93 yards and a score.

Eric Babinchak led the Tigers (0-4, 0-1) with 91 yards on 13 carries. Teammate Keyshawn Busch ran for 45 yards on 12 attempts.

LaBrae 73, Campbell 0


Vikings quarterback Kent Wolford ran for three touchdowns and passed for two more and LaBrae held Campbell to 17 yards of offense.

Wolford ran for TDs of 70, 11 and 16 yards and threw scoring passes of 14 and 15 yards to Walt Allie as LaBrae (4-0, 1-0 All-American Conference Blue Tier) stayed perfect.

Colton Stoneman added a 13-yard TD run and Devin Carter ran 59 yards for a score for the Vikings.

Dominic Harris threw two fourth-quarter TD passes for LaBrae. One went for 25 yards to Nathaniel Ostas and one for 27 yards to Brant Taylor.

The Vikings outgained the Red Devils 534-17. Campbell (0-4, 0-1) passed for -6 yards.

Akron Hoban 56, Ursuline 28


The three-time defending state champions raced to a 35-0 first-quarter lead and extended it to 42-0 early in the second.

Seven different players scored touchdowns for Hoban (4-0). Tyrus Dickerson, Shane Hamm, Deamonte Trayanum and Kobe Campbell ran for scores. Hamm also threw a TD pass to Caden Clark and Jordan Mick threw a scoring pass to Mason Tipton.

The Knights also scored on an interception return for a touchdown by Marcus Saahir.

Ursuline (0-4) scored on touchdown runs by Davion Jones, Brady Shannon, Dante Walker and Keeon Taylor.

Girard 45, Champion 10


Mark Waid led Girard with six touchdowns. The Indians’ quarterback ran for 72 yards and two touchdowns while throwing for 264 yards and four scores.

Girard’s Nick Malito led all receivers with six catches for 144 yards and two touchdowns. Terrance Davis also caught two touchdowns for the Indians (3-1).

Freshman Keegan McDermott scored the Golden Flashes’ (0-4) only touchdown, a 4-yard run in the second. Carter Mast led Champion with 46 yards rushing on 16 carries.

Hubbard 48, Lakeview 7


Rafael Morales ran for 123 yards and three touchdowns to lead Hubbard.

Quarterback Davion Daniels ran for 140 yards and two scores on five carries. Jermia Harris ran for 91 yards and a touchdown on three attempts for the Eagles (4-0).

Stephen Pavlansky connected with Gavin Mauger in the fourth quarter for the Bulldogs (1-3).

Springfield 48, Jackson-Milton 0

North Jackson

Brannon Brungard led Springfield with four passing touchdowns. Brungard finished 7 of 8 for 157 yards.

Luke Snyder ran for 36 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries for the Tigers (4-0) while teammate Austin Tindell ran for 93 yards and a score on three carries.

Dyllen Gibbs led the Blue Jays (0-4) on the ground and through the air. He ran for 61 yards on 12 carries and threw for 57 yards on 6 of 8 passing.

Struthers 48, Jefferson 14


Struthers quarterback JD Hall passed for 243 yards and four touchdowns while completing seven out of eight passes for the Wildcats (3-1, 1-0 AAC White Tier).

Aiden Hall caught two of them, totaling 111 receiving yards. Kevin Caldwell caught two touchdowns for thw Wildcats, one from Hall and another from Tyrese Hawkins.

Caldwell had 82 yards receiving. Carson Ryan also caught a touchdown pass. Colt Edgar ran for 72 yards and a touchdown for Jefferson (0-4, 0-1).

Crestview 63, Warren JFK 21


Dylan Huff rushed for 269 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Crestview (2-2) offense, which totaled 521 yards on the ground. Huff also found Devin Turvey for a touchdown pass. Andrew Yanssens added 140 yards and three touchdowns for the Rebels rushing attack. Isaac Hadley led JFK (1-3) with 133 yards and a 90 yard rushing touchdown. Cameron Hollobaugh added an 81 yard kickoff return touchdown and a receiving touchdown for the Eagles.

McDonald 59, Waterloo 3


Alex Cintron had 93 yards and four touchdowns rushing to keep McDonald (4-0) unbeaten. Josh Celli added 95 yards and a pair of touchdowns on the ground for the Blue Devils. Celli also returned an interception 70 yards for a score on defense. Nathan Gilligan led McDonald in rushing with 125 yards and a touchdown.

Western Reserve 50, Sebring 0


Ryan Slaven led Western Resrve (4-0, 1-0 Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference) with 102 passing yards and two touchdowns. Adam Gatrell added 115 yards and a touchdown on the ground for the Blue Devils.

Jimmy Mayberry returned an interception for a touchdown to lead the Reserve defense, which held Sebring (0-4), 0-1) to 54 total yards.

Elijah Fredericks had 54 receiving yards for Sebring.

Lowellville 34, Mineral Ridge 6


Joe Ballone ran for 140 yards and two touchdowns to lead Lowellville (1-3, 1-0 MVAC) to its first win. Matt Hvisdak added 129 yards and three touchdowns.

Randall Miller rushed for 49 yards and a touchdown to lead Mineral Ridge (0-4, 0-1).

Wellsville 16, Lisbon 14


Derrick Suggs rushed for 176 yards to lead the Tigers (2-2, 1-0 Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference). Suggs also caught a 28-yard touchdown pass from Troy Carter.

Carter hit Darien Suggs with a 25-yard touchdown pass. Carter passed for 136 yards.

For Lisbon (2-2, 0-1), Logan Bell threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Joey Fisher. Bell scored the Devils’ other touchdown on a 1-yard run.

Southington 35, Conotton Valley 6


Jacob Baker scored three touchdowns for Southington (3-1). He rushed for 123 yards and two TDs and also returned a punt 75 yards to the end zone. Trystan Mollohan returned an interception 43 yards for a score and Logan Regal added a rushing touchdown.

Rootstown 62, Newton Falls 0


Gavin Schlaubach rushed for 135 yards and scored five touchdowns.

Scott Steger passed for 163 yards. Jack Steger caught four passes for 82 yards and a score.

For the Tigers, Ivan Howard passed for 59 yards, Adam Honeycutt had for receptions for 29 yards.

Alliance 34, West Branch 21


Brock Hillyer scored all three of West Branch’s (3-1, 0-1 Eastern Buckeye Conference) touchdowns. He rushed for 121 yards and passed for 66 more. Forty-six of those yards went to Brandon Zuchowski for a TD. Alliance quarterback Brandon Alexander had 137 rushing yards and three scores.

Trinity 24, Mathews 20


Details of the game were not reported.

Staff report

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