RUSHING ATTEMPT … Edgerton junior running back Shaun Murphy carries the ball in the second half against Hilltop. (PHOTO BY RICH HARDING, STAFF)
Edgerton 59 Hilltop 0
EDGERTON – Edgerton scored all 59 points in the first half as they steamrolled Hilltop 59-0. Corey Everetts paced the Bulldogs offense with 169 yards of total offense (108 passing, 61 rushing) and four touchdowns.
Edgerton’s defense forced six turnovers by Hilltop including a six-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Warren Nichols.
Hilltop quarterback Cameron Schlosser completed 12/25 passes for 135 yards and two interceptions.
UP NEXT: September 2nd– Montpelier (0-2) @ Edgerton (2-0); Hilltop (0-2) @ Antwerp (2-0)
HILLTOP 0 0 0 0 – 0
EDGERTON 45 14 0 0 – 59
E – Everetts 4-yd run (Roth run)
E – Picillo 8-yd pass from Everetts (Nichols run)
E – Krontz 21-yd run (Everetts run)
E – Everetts 31-yd run (Elden kick)
E – Blue 47-yd run (Elden kick
E – Nichols 6-yd fumble return (Elden kick)
E – Nichols 1-yd run (Elden kick)
E – Fry 3-yd run (Elden kick)
Warren JFK 37 Delta 12
DELTA – Warren JFK dominated on the ground by running for 269 yards and held Delta to just 106 yards of offense for a 37-12 win.
Jeremiah Wolford led the Delta running game with 58 yards on 16 carries and James Ruple was 7/14 thru the air for 39 yards and a touchdown.
UP NEXT: September 2nd-Delta (1-1) @ Paulding (2-0)
WARREN JFK 0 16 7 14 – 37
DELTA 0 0 6 6 – 12
JFK – Hadley 1-yd run (conversion good)
JFK – Safety
JFK – Hadley 4-yd run (kick failed)
JFK – 16-yd run (kick good)
D – Ja. Ruple 1-yd run (kick failed)
JFK – Hadley 27-yd pass (kick failed)
D – Knapp 20-yd pass from Ruple (conversion failed)
JFK – 46-yd run (conversion good)
Evergreen 41 Montpelier 7
METAMORA – The Vikings scored three straight defensive touchdowns, two by Ryder Hudik, to take control in a 41-7 win over the Locos.
Hunter Vaculik topped Evergreen on the ground with 125 yards rushing and two scores to go with his 7/15 passing for 110 yards and a touchdown.
Riley Dunbar fronted the receiving corps with five receptions for 86 yards and a TD.
Montpelier got on the board early in the fourth quarter when Grant Girrell connected with Brayden Brink for a 28-yard score.
UP NEXT: September 1st– Evergreen (2-0) @ Ottawa Hills (2-0); September 2nd – Montpelier (0-2) @ Edgerton (2-0)
MONTPELIER 0 0 0 7 – 7
EVERGREEN 7 20 14 0 – 41
E – Vaculik 6-yd run (Hassen kick)
E – Vaculik 1-yd run (Hassen kick)
E – Hudik 10-yd interception return (Hassen kick)
E – Hudik 5-yd fumble return (kick failed)
E – Pennington 9-yd fumble return (Hassen kick)
E – Dunbar 56-yd pass from Vaculik (Hassen kick)
M – Brayden Brink 28-yd pass from Grant Girrell (Grime kick)
Archbold 34 St. Henry 10
ST. HENRY – Carson Dominique had three touchdowns on the night as Archbold traveled to state power St. Henry and returned with a 34-10 win.
Archbold led 14-10 at halftime before blanking the Redskins 20-0 in the second half to put the game away.
Quarterback Cade Brenner went 11/16 passing for 221 yards and three touchdowns with Lucas Dominique two passes for 60 yards and a TD.
UP NEXT: September 2nd– Lake (0-2) @ Archbold (2-0)
ARCHBOLD 14 0 14 6 – 34
ST. HENRY 0 10 0 0 – 10
A – C. Dominique 4-yd run (Kern kick)
A – Miller 35-yd pass from Brenner (Kern kick)
SH – Wendel 68-yd pass from Puthoff (Gonzalez kick)
SH – Gonzalez 26-yd field goal.
A – C. Dominique 28-yd pass from Brenner (Kern kick)
A – C. Dominique 2-yd run (Kern kick)
A – L. Dominique 41-yd pass from Brenner (Riley kick no good)
Tinora 27 Wauseon 14
TINORA – Tinora (1-1) capitalized on four Wauseon turnovers including an interception return for a touchdown to bounce back from their loss last week to Liberty Center.
The Indians, who were held to -7 yards rushing, were led on offense by Elijah McLeod who was 18/33 passing for 233 yards with a touchdown and three interceptions.
Jude Armstrong had five catches for 70 yards and Tyson Rodriguez grabbed five passes for 66 yards.
UP NEXT: September 2nd– Napoleon (0-2) @ Wauseon (1-1)
WAUSEON 7 0 7 0 – 14
TINORA 7 7 13 0 – 27
W – Smith 8-yd pass from McLeod (Rodriguez kick)
T – Razdik 30-yd interception return (Bishop kick)
T – Eckert 4-yd run (Bishop kick)
W – McLeod 1-yd run (Rodriguez kick)
T – Edwards 60-yd run (Bishop kick)
T – Gustwiler 40-yd pass from Eckert (kick blocked)
Bryan 48 Maumee 20
BRYAN – Maumee (0-2) closed to within 26-20 early in the third quarter before the Golden Bears answered by scoring the game’s final 22 points to pull away for a 48-20 win.
Bryan rolled up 608 yards of total offense led thru the air by Jase Kepler (12/20, 201 yards, TD) and Ayden Pelz’s 14 carries for 147 yards and four touchdowns.
Drew Hahn topped the receivers hauling in five catches for 61 yards and Maddox Langenderfer had three receptions for 69 yards and a touchdown.
UP NEXT: September 2nd– Fairview (0-2) @ Bryan (1-1)
Maumee 0 13 7 0 – 20
Bryan 20 6 7 15 – 48
B – Pelz 10-yd run (Devlin kick)
B – Kepler 14-yd run (Devlin kick)
B – Pelz 3-yd run (conversion failed)
B – Langenderfer 24-yd pass from Kepler (kick blocked)
M – Lewis 66-yd pass from Arndt (kick failed)
M – Marshall 23-yd pass from Arndt (Barboza kick)
M – Lewis 11-yd pass from Arndt (Barboza kick).
B – Kepler 9-yd run (Devlin kick)
B – Pelz 14-yd run (Herold pass from Kepler)
B – Pelz 45-yd run (Devlin kick)
Parkway 49 North Central 12
ROCKFORD – After a scoreless first quarter, Parkway (1-1) tallied three second quarter touchdowns on their way to a 49-12 win.
The Eagles’ touchdowns came on 66-yard run by Quin Burt and an 80-yard kickoff return by Cameron Laney. Burt finished the night with 99 yards rushing on five carries.
UP NEXT: September 2nd – North Central (1-1) @ Fremont (IN)
N. CENTRAL 0 6 6 0 – 12
PARKWAY 0 21 21 7 – 49
P- Nichols 99-yd run (Bruns kick)
P- Berry 54-yd pass from Smith (Bruns kick)
NC – Q. Burt 66-yd run (2-pt conversion failed)
P – Green 15-yd pass from Smith (Bruns kick)
P- May 20-yd pass from Smith (Bruns kick)
NC – Laney 80-yd kickoff return (2-pt conversion failed)
P- Nichols 16-yd run (Bruns kick)
P – Green 38-yd pass from Smith (Bruns kick)
P – Nichols 22-yd run (Bruns kick)
OTHER SCORES: (no statistics)
Edon d. Antwerp 52-34
Ottawa Hills d. Swanton 24-14