Pymatuning Valley and West Branch each garnered wins.
ASHTABULA -- Unable to muster an offensive attack, the Youngstown Christian football team finished at .500 in the East Suburban Conference.
Ledgemont (8-2, 6-0) won the conference crown with a 9-0 victory Friday over the Eagles.
The winner's limited the Eagles to minus 7 yards rushing.
Nart Arp kicked a 20-yard field goal and Randy Boslett scored on a 7-yard run for Ledgemont.
Youngstown Christian finished 6-4, 3-3.
Pymatuning Valley 18, Mathews 6
VIENNA -- Eric Ochletree scored on a 5-yard run to give the Mustangs (5-5, 3-3) a 6-0 lead in the second quarter of the East Suburban Conference contest.
Josh Brafford, Clayton Kirby and Andrew Smith then scored on runs of 65, 6 and 10 yards for Pymatuning Valley (6-4, 5-1).
Ochletree gained 105 yards on 24 carries and the Mustangs rushed for 140 on 49 tries. Brafford gained 186 yards on 25 carries for Pymatuning Valley.
West Branch 21, Marlington 7
ALLIANCE -- The Warriors (6-4, 3-4) scored their 21 points in the first half in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference contest.
Jeremiah James of the Warriors caught a 28-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Steve McNeely, Dustin Woolf scored on a 64-yard run and Josh Learn, from a fake punt, scored on a 62-yard run.
Woolf rushed for 183 yards on 25 carries and McNeely, a junior, finished the season with 2,206 yards passing.
The Dukes completed their season 3-7, 1-6.