High School Football Roundup For October 1st, 2021

SOLO TACKLE … Edon linebacker Kole Olds brings down Hilltop’s Wyatt Beltz in the first quarter. (PHOTO BY RICH HARDING, STAFF)

Liberty Center 55 Bryan 14

LIBERTY CENTER – The Tigers defense scored two touchdowns with an interception return for a TD in the first quarter and a fumble return for a score in the third as they rolled to a 55-14 win.

Korbin Shepherd kept the Golden Bears in the game with a three-yard TD run in the first quarter to cut the LC lead to 14-7 before the Tigers scored 27 points in the second to put the game away.

Dylan Dominique went 11/22 for 144 yards, Shepherd rushed for 30 yards, and Trenton Wolfe caught four balls for 52 yards.


Bryan   7    0     0   7 – 14

LC        14  27  14  0 – 55

UP NEXT: Bryan (3-4, 1-3 in NWOAL) will try to get back in the win column as they host Evergreen (2-5, 0-4 in NWOAL) for homecoming.

Delta 57 Swanton 0

SWANTON – Josh Tresnan-Reighard ran for 116 yards on 13 carries with three TDs and Delta outgained Swanton 419-46 in a 57-0 NWOAL win.

Bryar Knapp started the onslaught for the Panthers with a three-yard touchdown run followed by a two-yard score from Tresnan-Reighard to jump out to a 14-0 lead.

The Panthers continued to pour it on in the second quarter as Tresnan-Reighard scored on a 14-yard run, Knapp a had 22-yard TD reception, Tresnan-Reighard found the endzone on a 15-yard run, and Jerremiah Wolford scored on runs of three and nine yards to make it 49-0 at the half.

Knapp added to the 363 yards rushing for Delta with 86 yards on eight attempts and Wolford ran for 67 yards on eight carries.

UP NEXT: Delta (4-3, 2-2 in NWOAL) returns home to host Wauseon (5-2, 3-1 in NWOAL) while Swanton (0-7, 0-4 in NWOAL) will travel to Archbold (7-0, 4-0 in NWOAL).


Delta       14  35   0   8 – 57

Swanton  0    0    0   0 – 0

Edgerton 52 Hicksville 30

HICKSVILLE – Edgerton quarterback Corey Everetts had seven total touchdowns and the Bulldogs produced 549 yards of offense as they outlasted Hicksville 52-30.

Everetts had a 30-yard TD pass to Nate Timbrook and a 37-yard throw to Kadyn Picillo to help the Bulldogs to a 14-8 lead after one quarter.

The Bulldogs increased their lead to 26-8 at halftime behind a 57-yard TD scamper by Everetts and then a 26-yard hookup between Everetts and Picillo.

The big night for Everetts continued after halftime as he had touchdown runs of 39 and 14 yards with Picillo adding a one-yard touchdown run to give Edgerton a 46-24 lead after three quarters.

Everetts ended the Edgerton scoring on the night with a one-yard TD run in the fourth quarter.

Everetts was 13/19 passing for 253 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 203 yards on 27 attempts with four scores.

The Bulldogs had two receivers go over 100 yards in the game led by Picillo with 112 yards on five receptions and Carter Herman had seven catches for 111 yards.

UP NEXT: Edgerton (4-3, 2-1) will be home to take on first place Tinora (6-1, 4-0 in GMC).


Edgerton   14  12   20    6 – 52

Hicksville   8     0    16    6 – 30

Archbold 47 Evergreen 0

ARCHBOLD – Archbold put four touchdowns on the board in the first quarter, including two just :24 apart, in a 47-0 win over Evergreen.

The Archbold scoring in the first quarter came on touchdown passes of 31, 7, and 8 yards by DJ Newman mixed in with a two-yard TD by Carson Dominique.

Newman added a five-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and Lucas Dominique scored from four yards out to make it 42-0 at the break.

Newman racked up 229 yards of offense by throwing for 126 yards and three touchdowns while running for 103 yards on nine carries and a score. Gavin Bailey was the Bluestreaks top receiver with four catches for 82 yards and a touchdown.

Evergreen quarterback Payton Boucher went 11/14 for 87 yards and Riley Dunbar had four receptions for 56 yards

UP NEXT:  Archbold (7-0, 4-0 in NWOAL) will host Swanton (0-7, 0-4 in NWOAL) and Evergreen (2-5, 0-4 in NWOAL) will be at Bryan (3-4, 1-3 in NWOAL).


Evergreen   0    0   0   0   0

Archbold    28  14  0  5  47

Edon 56 Hilltop 8

EDON – Hilltop fumbled the opening kickoff and the Bombers scored one play later and that set the tone as Edon cruised to a 56-8 win on Homecoming Night for the Cadets.

Edon found the end zone again as Drew Gallehue went 35 yards to Caden Nester for a TD after hitting Nester on a 20-yard strike after the Hilltop turnover on the kickoff.

Gallehue tossed four more touchdown passes in the first quarter as Bombers built a 42-0 lead.

The second quarter found Gallehue firing two more scoring strikes, a one-yard pass to Nester and a six-yard pass to Ripke to give Edon a 56-0 lead at halftime

Tyzon Pelfrey account for the lone Hilltop score on the night with a 14-yard touchdown run to end the third quarter.

In one half of work, Gallehue finished 20/23 for 306 yards and eight touchdowns with Nester hauling in four of those as he ended the game with eight receptions totaling 115 yards.

Wyatt Beltz paced the Hilltop offense with 86 yards rushing on 11 totes.

UP NEXT: Edon (6-1, 1-0 in TAAC) will travel to face Cardinal Stritch (4-1, 1-0 in TAAC) in a key conference game on Saturday while Hilltop (0-7, 0-3) will host Lucas (6-1) in a non-league tilt Friday night.


Edon    42  14  0  0  – 56

Hilltop  0    0    8  0  – 0

St. Mary Central Catholic 44 Stryker 14

STRYKER – St. Mary Central Catholic led 14-0 after one quarter and then 26-6 at halftime on their way to a 44-14 triumph at Stryker. UP NEXT: Stryker will (1-3) will welcome in Toledo Christian on Saturday night.


SMCC    14   12   12   6 – 44

Stryker   0     6     0    8 – 14


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