Wildcats post win over Campbell
Salem was defeated by East Liverpool, 19-9.
STRUTHERS -- Matt Kukura and Sam Valliquette scored all the points for Struthers High School as it posted a 30-12 victory Campbell Friday in a Metro Athletic Conference game.
Kukura of the Wildcats (2-8, 2-5) rushed 15 times for 170 yards, which included touchdown runs of 56 and 12 yards and he also ran in a two-point conversion.
Valliquette gained 105 yards on 19 attempts, which included 2 and 3-yard TD runs. He also run over a pair of two-point conversions.
Brandon Sibley, who gained 97 yards on 15 carries scored on a 21-yard run for the Red Devils (0-10) in the first quarter. John Turner tallied on a 3-yard run to give Campbell a 12-8 lead in the second period.
The Wildcats rushed for 304 yards on 36 tries and they were 0-for-2 passing. The Red Devils had 180 yards rushing on 36 attempts.
Campbell tried to pass twice, but its quarterback was sacked both times by Struthers' Anthony Yeager for minus-6 yards.
East Liverpool 19, Salem 9
SALEM -- Senior quarterback Joe Wines scored two touchdowns and passed 32 yards to Jonathan Moore for another as the Potters prevailed.
Wines' 6-yard TD run with 1:24 remaining before halftime put the Potters back on top for good after Salem took a 7-6 lead midway through the second quarter.
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound Wines scored his first TD from 11 yards out.
Senior running back Shane Reed, however, was Liverpool's top rusher with 55 yards on eight carries.
The Potters (4-6, 3-4 MAC) had 191 yards in total offense, with 149 registered on the ground on 33 attempts.
J.J. Johnson had the lone touchdown for Salem (1-9, 1-6 MAC), while the Quakers got two more points on a safety early in the fourth quarter. Seth Harding made the Quakers' extra-point kick.
In the third quarter, prior to the safety, Salem reached Liverpool's 1-foot line, but failed to score on fourth down.
Salem had 193 yards of total offense, 163 of which were on the ground on 46 attempts. Quarterback Zac O'Brien completed two of five passes for 30 yards.
Johnson ran 30 times for 124 yards. The senior tailback finished the season with 709 yards.