Brookfield 49, Conneaut 6
Jeremy Quinlan threw three touchdown passes and ran for two and the senior also kicked six extra points for Broookfield (8-0).
Quinlan was 7 of 9 for 102 yards in the air and the quarterback picked up 64 yards on the ground, Ryan Mosora gained 156 yards on 10 carries and scored once.
Also for the winners, Joe Clark caught a TD pass and ran for another, Jimmy Quinlan had a touchdown reception and Colin Harkulich also caught a TD pass.
The Warriors had 398 total yards to 123 for Conneaut (0-8).
East Liverpool 33, Oak Glen (W. Va) 13
The Potters improved to 2-6. No other details were reported.
Youngstown Christian 46, Sandy Valley 21
The Eagles (6-1) set up a showdown next week with unbeaten Brookfield. Ryan Grier rushed for 207 yards and three touchdowns and Emmett Underwood threw for 123 yards and three scores to lead the rout of Sandy Valley (4-4).
Lakeview 17, Campbell 14
Jake Pishotti nailed a 37-yard field goal as time expired to lift Lakeview to the key National Division victory. The Bulldogs (5-3, 4-1) visit Liberty next week with the division title on the line. Lakeview held Campbell (4-4, 3-2) on downs at the 23-yard-line and took over with 2:26 left in the game. The drive reached the 20 before Pishotti was called upon. Brandon Reyes passed for 133 yards and ran for 78 to lead Campbell.
Girard 34, LaBrae 25
Indians quarterback Nick Cadiero passed for 212 yards and two touchdowns as they overcame a 13-0 deficit for their first win. Jordan Graziano caught a 43-yard pass for a touchdown and Belbene Evan scored on a 22-yard reception for Girard (1-7, 1-4 AAC National). Tyler Alehjars returned a kickoff 80 yards for Girard’s first score.
For the Vikings (1-7, 1-5), Carl Brown rushed for 89 yards and scored two touchdowns.
Liberty 47, Newton Falls 12
Sherron Walls carries 17 times for 136 yards and three scores for Liberty’s sixth-straight win. Asim Pleas completed 5 of 8 passes for 116 yards with two touchdown passes to John Helms. The Leopards (7-1, 5-1 American) also had a pair of touchdown runs from Keeland Davis. Davis had 12 carries for 123 yards. Tyler Evans caught two passes for 38 yards. Liberty jumped out to a 28-0 lead at halftime. Chris Gregory led Newton Falls (1-7, 1-4) with 148 rushing yards on 30 carries. Five Tigers recievers caught at least one pass. Brad Mitchell and Brandon Fuller split quarterback duties and had 53 passing yards.
Claymont 54, Beaver Local 6
Beaver Local dropped to 2-6. No other details were reported.
Inter Tri-county League
Crestview 63, Jackson-Milton 7
Nick Blower ran five times for 150 yards and scored touchdowns of 35 and 54 yards for the Rebels (8-0, 5-0 ITCL Tier One).
Crestview was rated fourth in the state in Division V in the most recent AP poll.
Kris Simpson added two touchdowns, one on a 50-yard punt return, as Crestview opened a 49-0 lead by the break.
In the computer ratings, Crestview was third in Region 17.
Mike Assion ran 13 yards for a score for Jackson-Milton (0-8, 0-5).
United 42, East Palestine 20
Garrett Beech ran 17 times for 130 yards and he rushed for touchdowns of 13 and 6 yards for United (5-3, 3-2 ITCL Tier One).
Beech also returned an interception 30 yards for a score that made it 28-14 at the half.
Beech completed seven of 12 passes for 125 yards and a 14-yard scoring pass to Tyler Lewis.
East Palestine (1-7, 1-4) held leads of 8-0 and 14-8 and got on the board first when Luke Cope found Austen Reiser for a 25-yard scoring aerial.
Mineral Ridge 42, Lisbon 26
Devine Redding led Mineral Ridge (4-4, 3-2) with 237 yards on 14 carries and three touchdowns. He had scoring runs of 63, 61 and nine yards. QB Jon Baker had three completetions for 98 yards, a touchdown and interception. Steven Phillips was on the receiving end of a TD pass and caught another to finish with 98 yards. Zak Leko had Brandon Barnes shared 48 carries for Lisbon (2-6, 1-4) and finished with 184 and 162 yards, respectively.
Lowellville 20, Columbiana 8
Though Lowellville had won just once entering Friday’s game, the Rockets had been close in most games, scoring only 39 fewer points than they had allowed over a 1-6 start. The Clippers (2-3 ITCL Tier 2) took out their frustrations in the upset.
“We really challenged our kids this week about coming out playing hard and being tough, and they responded,” Lowellville coach Jeff D’Altorio said.
Seth Stevens scored on runs of 70 and 67 yards in the first quarter, finishing with 161 yards and going over the 1,000-yard mark for the season, the first Rocket runner to do so in 10 years. Geno Moore added 83 yards rushing and Jake Maszczak added two field goals.
Columbiana (6-2, 4-1 ITCL Tier 2) slipped from the top spot in the tier behind Western Reserve. The Clippers’ only score came on a Brandon Hacker run.
Leetonia 45, Sebring 12
The Bears improved to 5-3, 3-2 in Tier 2, while Sebring is still winless at 0-8, 0-5 in Tier 2. No other details were reported.
McDonald 41, Wellsville 13
P.J. Mansky scored twice and Jake Reckard scored once and Christian Rusinowski kicked five PATs and ran for a 1-yard touchdown for McDonald (4-4, 2-3).
Mansky had 11 carries for 111 yards, while Reckard’s five attempts netted 101 yards. Cameron Ifft and Cody Colburn also scored for the winners.
Wellsville is 3-5, 1-4.
Northeastern Athletic conference
Grand Valley 14, Southington 6
Josh Kovats returned a fumble 38 yards for a score in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter to secure the Grand Valley win. Kyle Orgovan put its first score on the board earlier in the quarter with a three-yard TD run. Orgovan had 30 rushing yards on 10 carries. Austin Casper opened the scoring for Southington (3-5) in the third quarter with a one-yard punch. He had 33 yards on nine carries, with Jordan Dickey leading the ground attack with 77 yards on 21 carries.
Northeastern buckeye conference
Minerva 31, Salem 19
Minerva’s 25-point second quarter was too much for the Quakers (0-7, 0-5 NBC) to overcome. Trace Jenkins passed for 222 yards, including three scoring strikes, two to Brendan Webb. Haedan Panezott rushed for 73 yards and grabbed four passes for 124 yards.
West Branch 21, Louisville 17
Troy James scored from 4 yards out with 4:15 remaining to give the Warriors (4-4, 4-1 NBC) the victory. Louisville (4-4, 2-3) went ahead 17-14 at the 6:59 mark but a 46-yard kickoff return by Brandon Woolf set up West Branch’s winning drive. Brenden Wells rushed for 165 yards for the Warriors.