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Akron SVSM 41, Ursuline 13

YOUNGSTOWN

SVSM quarterback Luke Lindsay threw touchdown passes to Justin Sampson (47 yards), Jalen Ross (16) and Malik Woolridge (13 yards).

For Ursuline (3-7), Dakota Hobbs scored on a 3-yard run and caught a 14-yard touchdown pass from Jared Fabry.

Spencer Warren recorded 7.5 tackles.

Hubbard 41, East 8

HUBBARD

Raphael Morales rushed for 162 yards and four touchdowns and Tyreq Moorer ran for 139 yards and two more scores to pace Hubbard (8-2).

For East (1-9), Thomas Steele hit Michael Lawrence with a 34-yard touchdown pass.

Brookfield 28, Champion 6

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Xavier Bailey had touchdown runs of 94 and 95 yards and totaled 282 yards rushing for Brookfield (7-3,4-2 All American Conference Blue).

Bailey added 24 yards and a touchdown through the air.

For Champion (4-6,2-4 AAC Blue) Brandon Allen passes for 80 yards and a touchdown and ran for 53.

Campbell 35, Newton Falls 0

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Yianni Koullias ran for 317 yards and five touchdowns for Campbell (4-6,2-4 AAC Blue).

Braden Bungard led Newton Falls (2-8, 0-6) with 72 rushing yards.

Niles 62, Edgewood 21

ASHTABULA

Niles’ (5-5) quarterback Tyler Srbinovich rushed for three touchdowns and threw for three more as the Red Dragons finish the year at .500. Edgewood (2-8) was held to 197 total yards.

Jefferson 26, LaBrae 7

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Jeremiah Knight ran for 280 yards and two touchdown to lead Jefferson (5-5,3-4 All American Conference White). Tariq Drake had 83 receiving yards and Carlton Brown passed for 187 yards for LaBrae (7-3,6-0 All American Conferene Blue).

Springfield 38, United 6

HANOVERTON

The Tigers (8-2, 4-0 Inter-Tri county League Red) clinched the league title. Frank Centofanti scored on touchdown runs of 6 and 1 yards. Joe Santangelo scored on runs of 3 and 13 yards. Quarterback Brannon Brungard completed 7-of-13 passes for 94 yards.

For the Eagles (2-8, 0-4), Parker Hydra returned a kickoff 60 yards for a touchdown.

McDonald 45, Lowelville 0

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Joe Celli ran for 111 yards for McDonald (6-4, 4-1 ITCL Blue).

Quarterback Dylan Portolese had 155 yards passing. Lowelville (0-9, 0-5)

Achili Minch ran for 45 yards.

Jackson-Milton 30, Mineral Ridge 7

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Johnathon Voland ran for 125 yards and a touchdown and passed for 222 yards and two touchdowns for Jackson-Milton (7-3,3-2 ITCL Blue).

Noah Laster rushed for 156 yards and had 75 receiving yards and a touchdown. DeCosta Baptiste’ ran for 52 yards for Mineral Ridge (2-8, 2-3).

Lisbon 47, Crestview 14

EAST FAIRFIELD

Cameron Summers rushed for 115 yards and two touchdowns for Lisbon (9-1).

Colin Sweeney rushed for 77 yards and a touchdown, caught a 67-yard touchdown and threw a touchdown pass.

Hunter Woodring led Crestview (3-7) with 73 rushing yards.

Western Reserve 60, Sebring 21

SEBRING

Western Reserve (7-3) piled up 377 rushing yards and five different Blue Devils rushed for a touchdown.

Jack Cappabianca rushed for 198 yards and a TD.

Dominic Velasquez passed for 186 yards and four touchdowns as the Blue Devils’ starters stayed in the game after it the victory was well in hand.

Sebring’s (3-7) Nate Martin rushed for 121 yards and a touchdown and also returned a kickoff for a score.

Newbury 29, Mathews 28

NEWBURY

Newbury stuffed one out of two Mathews (5-5) two-point conversions in the fourth quarter to hang on to the victory.

The Black Knights finish with a record of 6-4, their best since 1998.

Last year, Newbury was 0-7 before cancelling its final three games due to a lack of players.

Southington 20, St. John 14

GENEVA

The Wildcats erased a 14-7 deficit with two fourth-quarter touchdowns to beat the Heralds.

Dakota Whitt ran for a 13-yard TD and Cody Helmuth ran for a 16-yard TD as Southington (4-6) won its season finale. Helmuth also caught a 38-yard TD pass from Trysten Mollohan for the game’s first score in the first quarter.

Helmuth ran for 94 yards on 20 carries.

Staff report

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