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Roundup: Bishop Dwenger, Homestead and Snider remain unbeaten in SAC

Snider senior tight end Andrew McCrady reaches back for a pass against Concordia's defense Friday night at Zollner Stadium. (By Gary Hale)
Snider senior tight end Andrew McCrady reaches back for a pass against Concordia's defense Friday night at Zollner Stadium. (By Gary Hale)
Woodlan senior tailback Jack Rhoades avoids the strip from Heritage's Walter Knapke and follows the block of junior Dane Castleman for part of his 289 yards rushing Friday night against the Patriots.  (By Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel)
Woodlan senior tailback Jack Rhoades avoids the strip from Heritage's Walter Knapke and follows the block of junior Dane Castleman for part of his 289 yards rushing Friday night against the Patriots. (By Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel)
Woodlan quarterback Justin Durkes takes off on a 77-yard touchdown run in the first quarter Friday night against Heritage. (By Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel)
Woodlan quarterback Justin Durkes takes off on a 77-yard touchdown run in the first quarter Friday night against Heritage. (By Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel)
Concordia quarterback Jake Byrd takes the snap against Snider on Friday. (By Gary Hale for The News-Sentinel)
Concordia quarterback Jake Byrd takes the snap against Snider on Friday. (By Gary Hale for The News-Sentinel)
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New Haven, South Adams, Woodlan, Angola and Churubusco are also 3-0

Saturday, September 02, 2017 01:22 am

SUMMIT ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Snider 24, Concordia 7: Christian Covington scored a pair of 1-yard touchdowns on his way to 118 yards on 22 carries to pace the Panthers. Michael Haupert threw for 108 yards including a 13-yard scoring pass to Sam Dellinger. A'nyis Lockett rushed 16 times for 74 yards. Snider's defense held Concordia to 214 yards in total offense as Brandon Kocks had nine tackles and recovered a fumble.

Jake Byrd completed 15-of-31 passes for 154 yards for the Cadets, with Kamari-Anderson Drew making four catches for 67 yards. Kayoni Griggs had nine tackles and had an interception, and Preston Kerlegrand had 7.5 tackles and an interception for Concordia.

Wayne 50, Northrop 27: The Generals got 144 yards rushing from Devonair Kelsaw, 243 passing from Brandan Young and 136 yards receiving from Craig Young to put away the Bruins. Tristan Pernell also had an 83-yard touchdown run, and Kelsaw made three catches for 59 yards and another score.

Northrop quarterback Bailey Meerzo completed 16-of-26 passes for 202 yards and two scores, and Rashawn Vaughn rushed 21 times for 127 yards and a score. Davieun Berry caught five passes for 87 yards.

Bishop Dwenger 48, South Side 14: Eddie Morris completed 10-of-14 passes for 190 yards and Tommy Steele caught six of them for 125 yards as the Saints rolled. Chip Clark rushed 11 times for 83 yards.

Homestead 47, Bishop Luers 3: Jiya Wright completed 13-of-19 passes for 200 yards and rushed 16 times for 51 yards, and Trevin Taylor caught five passes for 120 yards as the Spartans turned late first-half momentum into a blowout win. Luers' Jordan Presley rushed 17 times for 73 yards.

Carroll 42, North Side 3: The Chargers held the Legends to 48 yards rushing and 110 yards in total offense. Jack Miguel ran for 122 yards and threw for 253 to pace the Carroll offense.

Hayden Jones ran for 42 yard rushing and caught two passes for 27 yards to pace North Side.

NORTHEAST 8 CONFERENCE

Leo 42, Norwell 0: The Lions' defense held the Knights to 172 yards in total offense as Jayden Elwood made six tackles and recovered a fumble for a touchdown. Alex Wertman led the offense with 175 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Trenton Bonner had three carries for 78 yards and a score. Colton Grahovac had three catches for 28 yards and a 53-yard punt return for a score.

Bryce Kelly contributed most of the offense for the Knights with 14 carries for 65 yards. Christian Bohata caught two passes for 33 yards.

New Haven 41, DeKalb 0: Stephen Owens rushed 22 times for 194 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs. Bryan Sexton completed 10-of-15 passes for 160 yards and a score, hitting Daryce Jackson three times for 82 yards and Zel Banks three times for 62 yards.

Cole Althouse and Jon Bell each rushed for 46 yards to lead the Barons.

Columbia City 14, Bellmont 13: The Eagles rallied from a 13-0 deficit to win on the road with a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns. Jacob Bolt hit Noah Judd with a 30-yard touchdown pass with 1:14 remaining and then hit Max Bedwell for the two-point conversion. Jacob Wigent had given Columbia City a chance with a 11-yard touchdown run with 9:59 remaining, but the point after attempt was no good. The Eagles are 2-1 after starting last year 0-3.

Bolt finished with 16 carries for 63 yards and threw for 88 yards on six completions. Wigent ran 18 times for 59 yards. Judd caught two passes for 37 yards.

Johnathon Wilder caught seven passes for 78 yards, and Caden Friedt rushed 14 times for 93 yards for the Braves. Braden Shaw made 15 tackles for the Bellmont defense, including three for losses. Travis Sunderland made eight tackles for Columbia City.

East Noble 35, Huntington North 6: Knights' quarterback Andrew McCormick completed 13-of-23 passes for 154 yards and two touchdowns, and ran 10 times for 103 yards and another touchdown. Kaiden Harshberger caught eight passes for 106 yards and a touchdown. McCormick became East Noble's career passing leader as he passed 5,000 yards.

Mason Landrum led the Vikings with 23 carries for 121 yards.

ALLEN COUNTY ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Woodlan 67, Heritage 0: Jack Rhoades rushed 12 times for 289 yards and four touchdowns as the Warriors gained 697 yards in total offense. Rhoades had touchdowns runs of 35, 15, 77 and 47 yards. Quarterback Justin Durkes completed 10-of-11 passes for 204 yards and three touchdowns and ran twice for 81 yards and another score. Donald Guerrant caught three passes for 110 yards and two scores.

Defensively, the Warriors held Heritage to 86 yards in total offense as Sabastian Spieth had seven tackles and Dan Castleman 4.5. Nick Bosler was the top producer for the Patriots' offense with 35 yards receiving on three catches. Max Kostoff led the defense with eight tackles, and Hunter Bradtmueller had a strong night punting.

South Adams 51, Bluffton 27: The Starfires are 3-0 for the first time since 2011 after out-scoring the Tigers 30-6 in the second and third quarters. Nic Stuber completed 12-of-21 passes for 230 yards and three touchdowns, hitting Terry Dawn five times for 106 yards and a score. Stuber also rushed nine times for 44 yards, and led the defense with 8.5 tackles.

Brandon Lockwood kept the Tigers in it for a while with 27 carries for 183 yards and a score, and Blake Kizer rushed four times for 93 yards and two touchdowns. Gavin King completed 8-of-15 passes for 101 yards, but was picked off three times. Adam Baumgartner caught four passes for 58 yards.

Lapel 34, Adams Central 33 2OT: Parker Bates hit Logan Macklin with a 10-yard touchdown pass to give the Jets a chance, but they missed on a two-point conversion pass to fall to 1-2. Bates completed 13-of-27 passes for 168 yards and three touchdowns, but star running back Drew Schultz was led to 22 yards on 11 carries. Macklin made up for some of that with 11 carries for 102 yards. Hunter Lotter caught five passes for 49 yards. Macklin also led the team with 10.5 tackles. The Jets named their field for coaching legend Rick Minnich during ceremonies.

Lapel quarterback Levi Frazier completed 23-of-48 passes for 397 yard and three touchdowns. Preston Scott caught six of them for 111 yards and two touchdowns.

Jay County 48, Southern Wells 0: The Patriots turned up their rushing game as Ryan Schlechty ran nine times for 115 yards and a touchdown, and Michael Schlechty carried 12 times for 94 yards and a score to pound the Raiders. Caleb Webster caught three passes for 50 yards

NECC/AREA

Churubusco 22, Garrett 15: The Eagles' defense held Garrett to 12 first downs and 238 yards in total offense during an important Northeast Corner Conference game. Nathaniel Keener rushed 26 times for 105 yards, and Tom Richards completed six passes for 80 yards and two touchdowns. Gage Kelly caught an 11-yard touchdown pass and grabbed a second-half intercepiton, and Joey Emenheiser had a 9-yard touchdown catch, kicked a 26-yard field goal and ended Garrett's comeback threat with an interception in the end zone with 1:20 remaining.

Levi Follett threw for 167 yards and a touchdown for Garrett, hitting Dane Johnson five times for 73 yards and Dillon McCann five times for 65 yards.

Eastside 9, West Noble 8: McCollough Baysden caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from Caleb Ballentine with 10:10 remaining in the fourth quarter to give the Blazers the win and a 2-1 record after playing Woodlan, Adams Central and West Noble during the first three weeks of the season. West Noble out-gained Eastside 296-127 and ran 22 more offensive plays, but could not hold onto a 8-0 lead in the second quarter. Eastside's Brock Holman hit a 26-yard field goal to cut the margin at halftime.

Ballentine threw for 70 yards and ran for 50 to lead the Blazers' offense. West Noble's Chase Wroblewski threw for 182 yards, hitting Josh G

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