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Published: Sun, October 29, 2017 @ 12:06 a.m.

FOOTBALL

Valley Chr. 47, Crestwood 18

POLAND

The Eagles (5-5, 3-1 Portage Trail Conference County Division), who had already qualified for a Division VII playoff berth, cruised to a regular season-ending victory. No details were available at press time Saturday night.

Salem 48, West Branch 8

SALEM

Quakers quarterback Mitch Davidson threw for 200 yards and four touchdowns on 10 of 22 passing. Davidson also ran for 20 yards and a touchdown. West Branch quarterback TJ DeShields threw a touchdowns but was also intercepted. DeShields was 20 of 35 for 193 yards. He also ran for 31 yards on nine carries. Warriors receiver Kyle Linhart caught 13 passes for 120 yards and a touchdown. Three different Salem receivers had over 50 yards receiving and a touchdown. Thomas Caserta ran for 33 yards on 13 attempts for the Warriors while Salem’s Turner Johnson ran for 58 yards on nine carries.

St. John 38, Southington 33

SOUTHINGTON

St. John scored 26 unanswered points in the fourth quarter after trailing 33-12 Friday night. Southington quarterback Trystan Mollohan ran for 150 yards on 14 carries. Mollohan also thre for 123 yards and a 9-yard touchdown to Chase Iser. St. John quarterback David Cumberledge threw for 265 yards and four touchdowns on 15 of 27 passing. All four TDs were to different receivers. Cumberledge also ran for 73 yards and a touchdown.

Mathews 35, Newbury 17

VIENNA

Dillon Canter scored three touchdowns for the Mustangs (6-4, 3-2 Northeastern Athletic Conference) Friday night. Dan Canter rushed for 192 yards and scored a touchdown. Mathews earned a playoff berth, finishing eighth in Division VII Region 25.

SATURDAY’S SCORES

AREA

Salem 48, West Branch 8

Valley Christian 47, Mantua Crestwood 18

OHIO

Akr. Buchtel 25, Akr. Firestone 6

Akr. Hoban 35, Cle. Benedictine 17

Akr. Kenmore 22, Hudson WRA 19

Cin. Gamble Montessori 21, Cin. Shroder 14

Cin. McNicholas 42, Hamilton Badin 20

Cle. Cent. Cath. 46, Cle. VASJ 0

Cle. St. Ignatius 17, Lakewood St. Edward 10

Fremont St. Joseph 27, Sandusky St. Mary 13

Garfield Hts. Trinity 42, Cle. Hts. Lutheran E. 14

Kiski School, Pa. 37, Cols. Crusaders 7

Lima Cent. Cath. 36, Gates Mills Gilmour 22

Martins Ferry 21, Bellaire 18

Massillon Washington 16, Can. McKinley 15

Norwalk St. Paul 42, Monroeville 0

Racine Southern 27, Reedsville Eastern 0

Strasburg-Franklin 40, Tuscarawas Cent. Cath. 14

Tol. Bowsher 14, Tol. Scott 12

Tol. Horizon Science 22, Elyria Open Door 21

PENNSYLVANIA

Allentown Dieruff 38, Allentown Allen 24

Archbishop Carroll 42, Bonner-Prendergast 7

Bangor 27, Pen Argyl 21

Bentworth 21, Riverview 6

Bethlehem Liberty 21, Bethlehem Freedom 7

Bishop Guilfoyle 55, Somerset 3

Bristol 40, Lower Moreland 0

Canterbury School, Conn. 21, Wyoming Seminary 19

Carmichaels 36, Bishop Canevin 0

Delaware Valley 55, Abington Heights 7

Eisenhower 43, Sheffield 0

Episcopal Academy 18, Germantown Academy 0

Erie Cathedral Prep 31, Canisius, N.Y. 20

George School 13, Jenkintown 7

High School of the Future 34, KIPP Dubois 8

Imani Christian Academy 30, Leechburg 24

Kiski School 37, Cols. Crusaders, Ohio 7

Lansdale Catholic 49, Philadelphia Bishop McDevitt 27

Ligonier Valley 41, Berlin-Brothersvalley 0

Mastery Charter North - Pickett 16, Mastbaum 14

Neumann-Goretti 20, Conwell Egan 13

Norristown 20, Upper Merion 7

Our Lady Of Sacred Heart 56, Sto-Rox 14

Penn Charter 28, Springside Chestnut Hill 7

Penn Wood 14, Chester 6

Pennington, N.J. 28, Perkiomen School 26

Philadelphia Roman Catholic 14, Father Judge 7

Pottsville Nativity 27, Valley Forge Military 22

Schuylkill Haven 30, Blue Mountain 0

Scranton Prep 34, North Pocono 7

St Joseph, N.Y. 46, Erie McDowell 40

St. Elizabeth, Del. 49, Academy of the New Church 20

St. Joseph’s Prep 42, Archbishop Ryan 6

Steelton-Highspire 42, Boiling Springs 33

Susquehanna 47, Scranton Holy Cross 14

The Hill School 32, Mercersburg Academy 14

Westmont Hilltop 20, Central Cambria 7

Wilkes-Barre Meyers 26, Wilkes-Barre GAR 19

SUMMARIES

FRIDAY

mathews 35, newbury 17

Newbury71000—17

Mathews77147—35

First Quarter

MATHEWS — Dillon Canter 2 run (Emily Strama kick).

NEWBURY — Johnny Chambers 23 run (Alex Piczer kick).

Second Quarter

MATHEWS — John Smith 35 pass from Canter (Strama kick).

NEWBURY — Noah Parsons 16 run (Piczer kick).

NEWBURY — Piczer 29 kick.

Third Quarter

MATHEWS — Canter 2 run (Strama kick).

MATHEWS — Canter 1 run (Strama kick).

Fourth Quarter

MATHEWS — Dan Canter 25 run (Strama kick).

NM

First downs1621

Rushes-Yards38-21759-337

Comp-Att-Int3-6-02-5-0

Passing yards2947

Fumbles-Lost1-11-1

Penalties-Yards11-1129-102

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Newbury, Johnny Chambers 17-105; Mathews, Daniel Canter 33-192.

PASSING — Newbury, Chambers 2-5-0-47; Mathews, Dillon Canter 2-5-0-47.

RECEIVING — Newbury, Parsons 2-23; Mathews, Smith 1-35.

salem 48, west branch 8

West Branch0800—8

Salem791220—48

First quarter

SALEM — Chase Ackerman 5 pass from Mitch Davidson (Brayden Gibson kick), 2:39.

Second quarter

SALEM — Davidson 1 run (Davidson kick), 7:17.

SALEM — Safety, 3:17.

WEST BRANCH — Kyle Linhart 8 pass from TJ DeShields (Ryan Tempe from DeShields), :40.

Third Quarter

SALEM — Brock Baddeley 80 kickoff return (kick failed), 11:43.

SALEM — Turner Johnson 30 pass from Davidson (kick failed), 2:33.

Fourth Quarter

SALEM — Luke Weingart 33 pass from Davidson (Gibson kick), 8:21.

SALEM — Zach Bezon 30 pass from Davidson (Gibson kick), 4:15.

SALEM — Eli Rothwell 1 run (kick failed), 3:10.

WBS

First downs1217

Rushes-Yards25-6330-119

Passing193200

Comp./Att./Int.20-35-210-22-0

Fumbles-lost3-30-0

Penalties9-727-55

Individuals

RUSHING — West Branch, Thomas Caserta 12-33; Salem, Johnson 9-58.

PASSING — West Branch, DeShields 20-35-2-193; Salem, Davidson 10-22-0-200.

RECEIVING — West Branch, Linhart 13-120; Salem, Bezon 2-56.

St. John 38, southington 33

St. John012026—38

Southington713130—33

First quarter

SOUTHINGTON — Trystan Mollohan 19 run (Ryan Johnston kick).

Second quarter

SOUTINGTON — Chase Iser 1 run (kick failed).

ST. JOHN — David Cumberledge 5 run (conversion failed).

ST. JOHN — Ethan Czup 5 pass from Cumberledge (conversion failed).

SOUTHINGTON — Iser 9 pass from Mollohan (Johnston kick).

Third Quarter

SOUTHINGTON — Joey Meyers 10 pass from Mollohan (kick failed).

SOUTHINGTON — Meyers 2 run (Johnston kick).

Fourth Quarter

ST. JOHN — Jon Timonere 25 pass from Cumberledge (conversion failed).

ST. JOHN — Jacob Lagoa 48 pass from Cumberledge (conversion).

ST. JOHN — Derek Elrod recovered fumble in end zone (conversion failed).

ST. JOHN — Christian Blank 62 pass from Cumberledge (conversion failed).

SJS

First downs1014

Rushes-Yards37-13036-214

Passing395337

Comp./Att./Int.15-27-213-26-3

Fumbles-lost0-01-1

Penalties14-1594-55

Individuals

RUSHING — St. John, Cumberledge 20-73; Southington, Mollohan 14-150.

PASSING — St. John, Cumberledge 15-27-2-265; Southington, Mollohan 13-26-3-123.

RECEIVING — St. John, Blank 7-155; Southington, Meyer 3-37.

CROSS COUNTRY

Howland’s Vincent Mauri and Canfield’s Giovanni Copploe qualified for the Division I state meet at Saturday’s regional races at Boardman High School. Mauri finished ninth and Copploe 22nd. The top seven teams and individuals in the top 28 qualified. In Div. II, South Range’s Ian Pierson (8th) and Salem’s Hunter Christopher (16th) qualified. The top six teams and individuals in the top 24 qualified. In Div. III, McDonald finished second (the top four teams qualified). Ethan Domitrovich topped the Blue Devils with a ninth-place finish. Zack Canada was 20th, Brody Rupe 21st, Connor Symbolik 23rd and Carson Fortune 25th. Qualifying as individuals (Top 16) were Maplewood’s Ethan Sparks (8th), LaBrae’s Jakob Rose (10th), Badger’s Lincoln Hopkins (15th) and Maplewood’s Adam Burgard (16th) qualified. In the girls races, Niles’ Hailey Zelinsky (11th), Salem’s Carly Hall (13th), Poland’s Maggie Sebest (18th) and Howland’s Maria Dellimuti (23rd) qualified. In Div. III, McDonald won the meet and Maplewood finished third to qualify for state. McDonald was led by Malina Mitchell (third), Anna Guerra (fifth), Sela Jones (8th), Bella Wolford (9th) and Claire Underwood (18th). Maplewood’s top runner was Charlotte Crouch (15th). Badger’s Miranda Stanhope won the race (6:08.8). East Palestine’s Alexis Cunningham qualified by finishing 11th (the Top 12 advanced).

Howland’s Vincent Mauri and Canfield’s Giovanni Copploe qualified for the Division I state meet at Saturday’s regional races at Boardman High School. Mauri finished ninth and Copploe 22nd. The top seven teams and individuals in the top 28 qualified. In Div. II, South Range’s Ian Pierson (8th) and Salem’s Hunter Christopher (16th) qualified. The top six teams and individuals in the top 24 qualified. In Div. III, McDonald finished second (the top four teams qualified). Ethan Domitrovich topped the Blue Devils with a ninth-place finish. Zack Canada was 20th, Brody Rupe 21st, Connor Symbolik 23rd and Carson Fortune 25th. Qualifying as individuals (Top 16) were Maplewood’s Ethan Sparks (8th), LaBrae’s Jakob Rose (10th), Badger’s Lincoln Hopkins (15th) and Maplewood’s Adam Burgard (16th) qualified. In the girls races, Niles’ Hailey Zelinsky (11th), Salem’s Carly Hall (13th), Poland’s Maggie Sebest (18th) and Howland’s Maria Dellimuti (23rd) qualified. In Div. III, McDonald won the meet and Maplewood finished third to qualify for state. McDonald was led by Malina Mitchell (third), Anna Guerra (fifth), Sela Jones (8th), Bella Wolford (9th) and Claire Underwood (18th). Maplewood’s top runner was Charlotte Crouch (15th). Badger’s Miranda Stanhope won the race (6:08.8). East Palestine’s Alexis Cunningham qualified by finishing 11th (the Top 12 advanced).

BOYS SOCCER

Division III

Rootstown 2, Maplewood 1

GIRARD

Details of the game were not reported.

VOLLEYBALL

Division IV

St. Thom. Aquinas 25-25-17-25, Southern 18-22-25-15

COLUMBIANA

Lizzie Willis led the Indians with 14 kills as Southern (24-1) lost in the district final. Anna Sevek out up 11 kills and two blocks and Hannah Hayes had 38 assists. Katie Hystand had 22 kills and three blocks for Aquinas (22-3).


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