PREP FOOTBALL Friday’s other games

Canfield 36, Niles 3


Paul Breinz scored two touchdowns and hit Vinny Fiorenza for a 47-yard score for the Cardinals (7-0, 1-0 All-American Conference Red).

Breinz rushed for 75 yards and scored on runs covering 1 and 15 yards.

Nick Crawford scored from the 3 and Max Dawson hit Dean Cutrer for a 6-yard touchdown.

For the Red Dragons (0-7, 0-3), Chase Sudzina kicked a 30-yard field goal.

Austintown Fitch 35, Lakeside 0


Jakari Lumsden scored on runs covering 35, 11 and 5 yards for the Falcons (4-3, 2-0) AAC Gold).

Ethan Correia kicked field goals of 32 and 36 yards and Alex Smith scored a 56-yard touchdown.

Poland 41, East 12


Mike Diaz came up big on defense for Poland (7-0) for the second week in a row.

Diaz had two interceptions, returning one for a touchdown.

Jonah Spencer led the Bulldogs offense with 72 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

For East (1-6) Ilijah Donley had an 81 yard touchdown reception from Isiah McBride.

Struthers 41, Campbell 6


Nick Adams scored two touchdowns to lead the Wildcats (5-2).

He scored on a 65-yard run and caught a 21-yard pass from JD Hall.

Keyshawn Chism rushed for 107 yards and scored on a 14-yard run.

Adrian Brown scored on a 75-yard run.

For the Red Devils (1-6), James Shaffer scored on a 3-yard run.

Liberty 69, Champion 7


Liberty (5-2) used a 41-point second quarter to pull away from Champion (0-7).

Dra Rushton rushed for 119 yards and three touchdowns, and passed for two more.

Rushton found Quaishon Campbell and Capone Haywood for touchdown passes. Campbell also carried two times for 55 yards, scoring on both runs. Also chipping in for Liberty was Tobias Brantley, who had a 42-yard punt return touchdown.

Hubbard 54, Jefferson 14


Davion Daniels passed for 369 yards and four touchdowns in the first half, as Hubbard (4-3) cruised past Jefferson (1-6).

Tyreq Moorer rushed for 121 yards and had 161 yards and two touchdowns receiving.

Ray Minniti was the Eagles ‘ leading receiver, catching four passes for 161 yards and two touchdowns.

Howland 30, Perry T. Academy 0


Howland (4-3) held Perry to 8 yards rushing and pitched a shutout. Jackson Deemer ran for 86 yards and had a rushing and receving touchdown. Jordan Fronzaglio and Hayden Parker also had rushing scores for the Tigers.

Lakeview 43, Edgewood 7


Lakeview’s Zach Rogers completed a 30-yard touchdown pass to Connor Greenwood in the first quarter.

Rogers threw for 109 yards. Jacob Chapman carried the ball six times for 66 yards and two touchdowns for the Bulldogs.

Lakeview’s Clay Lazzri completed a 33-yard pass to Matt McRoberts for a score. Edgewood’s Matt Lilja ran for a 3-yard touchdown.

LaBrae 48, Newton Falls 7


The Vikings combined for 358 yards of total offense and held Newton Falls to 148.

LaBrae’s Colton Stoneman had 62 yards on six carries and a score. Stoneman also had one catch for a 25-yard touchdown. Vikings’ quarterback Kent Wolford was 9 of 13 for 198 yards and three touchdowns.

Wolford also ran the ball twice for two scores. Jacob Wright ran for 67 yards on 17 attempts for the Tigers. Colton Hunt caught three passes for 51 yards and the team’s only score.

Springfield 40, Western Reserve 14


Luke Snyder scored four touchdowns for the Tigers (4-3, 3-1 Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference). His touchdowns runs covered 37, 52 and 10 yards. He also caught a 47-yard pass from Brannon Brungard. Snyder rushed for 193 yards. Garrett Walker scored a 67-yard touchdown and Brungard scored from the 25. For the Blue Devils (5-2), Dom Velasquez threw touchdown passes to Kade Hilles (12 yards) and Jack Cappabianca (38). Velasquez passed for 226 yards and Hilles caught six for 142 yards.

Lowellville 46, Sebring 20


Joe Ballone and Jake Rotz each scored two touchdowns for the Rockets (3-4, 1-2 MVAC).For the Trojans (0-7, 0-4), Zane Peterson passed for 149 yards.

Canton South 30, West Branch 21


Silas Snyder passed for 161 yards to lead Canton South. Snyder passed and run four touchdowns. For West Branch (3-4) TJ DeShields passed for 218 yards and had two rushing touchdowns.

Alliance 70, Salem 40


Alliance (6-1) prevailed in a game that had more than 1,000 yards of total offense. Aviators running back Duce Johnson ran 24 times for 472 yards and six touchdowns. As a team Alliance ran for 621 yards and had 687 total yards. Mitch Davidson did all he could for Salem (4-3) passing for 240 yards and six touchdowns. Davidson found Chase Ackerman on tow of the six scores. Jake Maenz, Zach Bezon, Turner Johnson, and Eli Rothwell also had receiving touchdowns for the Quakers.

Crestview 54, Magnolia 9


Caleb Hill ran for two touchdowns and passed for another for the Rebels (3-4). Andrew Yanssens rushed for 138 yards including a 15-yard touchdown. Dylan Huff caught a 33-yard touchdown pass. Ethan Powell scored touchdowns on runs of 6, 42 and 63 yards.

Lisbon 48, Toronto 12


Cameron Summers rushed for 108 yards including a 27-yard touchdown for the Blue Devils (6-1, 4-0 Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference). Justin Sweeney rushed for 105 yards including a 3-yard touchdown. Dougie Minor’s touchdowns covered 5 and 7 yards while Logan Bell scored from 37 yards out. The Red Knights are 4-3, 2-2.

Southern 22, United 14


Southern’s Will Grodhaus ran for 191 yards on 19 attempts and two touchdowns. Grodhaus also completed a pass for 60 yards to Cam Grodhaus for a score in the first quarter. Cam Grodhaus caught three passes for 58 yards. Cade Wood ran for 85 yards on 13 attempts for the Eagles. United’s Nathan Mikell completed five passes for 71 yards, including a 31-yard pass to Tyler Humphrey for a TD.

Newbury 49, Southington 7


Southington allowed 394 rushing yards to Newbury, including 251 yards to Johnny Chambers. Chambers also completed a 51-yard pass to Anthony Harley in the third quarter. Southington’s Trystan Mollohan completed 10 of 20 for 96 yards. Chase Iser ran for a 3-yard touchown in the second quarter.

Mathews 28, Py Valley 20


Daniel Canter ran for 121 yards on 13 carries and two touchdowns for the Mustangs. Mathew’s Dillon Canter found John Smith for a 15-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter. Pymatuning Valley’s Gaige Willis ran for 171 yards and three scores. Jacob Chiles caught four passes for 54 yards for Pymatuning Valley.

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