Friday’s football roundup
GENEVA 22, HUBBARD 19: GENEVA — Geneva played ball control in the second half, outscoring Hubbard 15-0 in the final 24 minutes.
Geneva (7-1) dominated the second half with 39 attempts for 176 yards as its offense was on the field for about 17 minutes in the final two quarters.
Geneva had 61 carries for 246 yards as it advances.
Hubbard (5-3) had a chance to at least tie the game and force overtime.
Hubbard blocked a Geneva punt with a minute remaining.
Hubbard had first-and-10 from the Geneva 35. Hubbard completed a wheel route to the Geneva 5, setting up first and goal. However, the play was called back because of holding. Hubbard did not have another chance from there.
T.C. Caffey led Hubbard with 13 carries for 135 yards and two first-half scores. Hubbard led Geneva 19-7 at halftime. Hubbard had 29 carries for 185 yards.
Hubbard also committed three interceptions and lost a fumble.
NEW PHILADELPHIA 42, CHANEY 15: NEW PHILADELPHIA — The Cowboys were beaten in the air by New Philadelphia in their second-round matchup.
The Quakers piled up points with 7 points in the first quarter, 14 in the second and 21 in the third.
Chaney finished the game with 241 yards in the air from sophomore quarterback Jason Hewlett. They had 78 yards on the ground.
For their first score, Hewlett hit Bryant Douglass on a 78-yard score. Hewlett later ran in a 1-yard score in the fourth quarter. The Cowboys end their playoff quest with a 3-5 record.