MAC Canfield, Hubbardare 3-0
Poland and East Liverpool also are unbeaten; Campbell has won two straight.
CANFIELD -- A tenacious Canfield High defense allowed Canton Timken only 89 total yards Friday as the Cardinals football team rolled to a 39-0 victory.
Defensive end Dave Olsavsky of the Cardinals had six tackles, which included three sacks for 25 yards in losses.
Tom Rogers put the Cardinals (3-0) in front when he scored on an 11-yard run in the first quarter.
He came back minutes later to score on a 10-yard run in the second quarter and he finished with 65 rushing yards on eight attempts.
Bill DeCola, who gained 62 yards on 11 tries, also scored twice on runs of 5 and 3 yards.
The Cardinals rushed 50 times for 255 yards and were 4-of-13 passing for 77.
Hubbard 21, Struthers 6
STRUTHERS -- Shaun Lane returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown and rushed 23 times for 110 yards for the Eagles (3-0).
David Phillips put Hubbard in front in the second quarter as he caught a 39-yard TD pass from Gabe McKee. Stefan Hayek's place kick made it 7-0 and the Eagles never looked back.
McKee scored on an 8-yard run a little later in the period and Hubbard held a 14-0 margin at intermission.
Dan Livesay tallied on a 7-yard run as Struthers cut the deficit to 14-6 in the third quarter.
Hubbard rushed for 180 yards on 44 attempts and it had 47 yards passing.
Struthers' John Mansky rushed 13 times for 78 yards. The Wildcats had 100 rushing and 94 passing yards.
Poland 59, Woodrow Wilson 0
POLAND -- Poland has beaten schools with names of two presidents and the hometown of a third after the Bulldogs battered Woodrow Wilson for its third straight win.
Prior to Friday's game with Wilson, Poland's first two victories were over Springfield (Illinois, birthplace of Abraham Lincoln) and Jefferson Area.
Senior quarterback Sean Clayton passed for three touchdowns and ran for two more. He completed 13-of-16 passes for 142 yards.
Sean O'Halloran had seven PATs for the Bulldogs, who had a 45-0 halftime lead.
One of Clayton's TD passes was to senior split end Anthony Fuller (15 yards), one to Dan McGarry (6 yards) and a third to Dave Koval (4 yards).
Also for the winners, Neil Harris had a 78-yard interception return for a touchdown, Brandon Hardin galloped 10 yards for a TD and Jim Shurilla ran 5 yards for another. McGarry also caught a conversion pass from Fuller.
Campbell 28, Niles 12
NILES -- George Malactaris of Campbell kicked field goals of 25, 25 and 20 yards for the Red Devils (2-1).
Joe Jackson rushed for 120 yards on 25 carries and teammate Tim Davis gained 102 on 20 attempts as Campbell had 226 rushing yards on 49 tries.
Niles (0-3) picked up 98 yards on the ground and 103 passing.
East Liverpool 31, Salem 21
EAST LIVERPOOL -- The Potters (3-0) rallied from a 21-7 deficit.
East Liverpool rushed for 213 yards on 55 tries. Benny Carter was the leading ground gainer with 63 yards on eight carries.
Matt Skrinjar's 15-yard touchdown in the third quarter put East Liverpool ahead, 28-21. Skrinjar finished with 57 yards on 18 carries.
Salem (1-2) quarterback Landon Heath completed 15 of 31 passes for 222 yards and three touchdowns caught by Garrett Sevec.
Sevec scored on pass plays covering 13, 28 and 74 yards. He had eight receptions for 152 yards.