Wooster 38, Oberlin 28


Wooster quarterback Gary Muntean — a Struthers graduate — completed 32 of 41 passes for 363 yards, and had 439 yards of total offense. Muntean also ran the ball 17 times for 76 yards and two scores. He now has thrown for 7,000 career yards and is the third quarterback in program history to reach the milestone. Muntean needs 223 passing yards to reach the school record and nine touchdowns to break the career passing touchdowns record.

Mount Union 72, Capital 14


Mount Union quarterback D’Angelo Fulford threw for 263 yards and six touchdowns. The Raiders scored 44-unanswered points after the first quarter. Mount Union put up 624 yards of total offense, 313 yards on the ground and 311 through the air. Braeden Friss caught five passes for 126 yards and two touchdowns for the Raiders. Jawanza Evans-Morris ran for 102 yards and two scores on 10 carries. Capital quarterback Thomas Wibbeler threw for 204 yards and a touchdown on 15 of 33 passing. Dartavious Stanford caught seven passes for 105 yards and a touchdown for Capital.

Case Western Reserve 63, Thiel 28


Case Western Resever quarterback Rob Cuda completed 17 of 22 attempts for 343 yards and five touchdowns. Spartans receiver Zak Hurd caught seven passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns. The Spartans ran for 234 yards. Thiel’s Ronald Brown was held to 54 yards and a touchdown on 4 of 13 passing. Nick Barca ran for 95 yards on 16 attempts and a touchdown for the Tomcats.

Westminster 49, Grove City 27


Paul Columbo threw for 231 yards and four touchdowns on 11 of 19 passing for Westminster. Columbo also ran for 94 yards and a touchdown on eight carries. Connor Cox caught three passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns, including a 66-yard touchdown pass fro Columbo in the final minute of the first half. Grove City quarterback Randall Labrie threw for 282 yards and two touchdowns. Wesley Schools ran for 106 yards and a score.

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