Maple Heights 28 Lorain 27 // cleveland.com
It took a late PAT block but the Mustangs and Jeremy Graves pushed their unbeaten streak to 22 games.
Trotwood-Madison 33 Troy 13 // Troy Daily News
The Trojans lose for just the second time on the season.
Maderia 70 Deer Park 6 // Cincinnati.Com
Kyle Williamson and co rolled up 49 first half points and cruised to an easy win
LaSalle 21 Brother Rice 13 // Cincinnati.com
Ryan Leahy and the Lancers moved to 6-2 downing a tough Brother Rice team out of the Detroit area.
To close the half, Eichler launched his first pass of the ballgame from mid-field and was intercepted by Colerain senior cornerback Andre Jones. Jones, who is committed to the University of Cincinnati, gave Lakota East a scare – returning the ball 55 yards until junior offensive lineman Zach Daniel made a touchdown-saving tackle.
Jones and the Colerain defense held East to just 144 yards with 5 yards passing The Cards move to 7-1 on the year with an inside track to host a first round game.
South Dade 48 Miami High 7 // Miami Herald
New Bearcat Joey Jones and the South Dade Bucs won a Thursday non-district contest against Miami High. Jones and Co. limited limited the Stingrays to 7 points and 3.16 yards per play. The win moves the Bucs to 4-2 on the year.
Plant City 9, Alonso 7 // Tampa Bay Home Team
Bennie Coney came down to earth a bit after his stratospheric performance the previous week. Coney went 9-13 with 133 yards and an interception. Still with the win Plant City moved to 6-0 on the year and are currently a game up in the district with 4 games to play.
The Patriots senior running back, who entered the night with 992 yards on the ground this season, rushed for 176 yards and three touchdowns on 32 carries to lead Lake Brantley to a 42-20 victory over host Olympia.
Raines 46 Forrest 7 // jacksonville.com
New Bearcats Ey'Shawn McClain and Ken Bynum posted a 46-7 win on Friday. Bynum came up with a sack. Vikiings limited Forrest to just 166 total yards, 35 rushing, and forced 5 fumbles. The win moves Raines to 5-1 on the year heading into a crucial home game against district leader Bolles next weekend.
Buckley ran for 233 yards and three touchdowns on just 17 carries, caught a 41-yard scoring pass, then headed to the sideline midway through the third quarter. As a team, the Warriors ran for 375 yards and amassed 532 total yards.
The Warriors continue to roll, ending the regular season 9-0
Lawrence Central Bloomington North // WISHTV
Another big win for Kevin Brown and Co.
Southfield 12 Athens 13 // MaxPreps
Leviticus Payne and co fall to 5-3 on the year
Grand Blanc 23 Walled Lake Western 21 // Mlive.com
Lester Liston and Co. clinched a playoff berth and a share of the league title
Mitchell 50, Carver 0 at Whitehaven: Terrance Ayers threw for 232 yards and five touchdown passes -- three to Nathan Cole -- as the Tigers (6-2, 4-0 District 16-AA) pounded the Cobras (0-8, 0-4).
The Owls (5-2, 2-0 in D2-AA West) defense had another dominating game, holding St. Benedict to 163 total yards and limiting star tailback Jordan Wilkins to 98 yards on 22 carries. Offensively, MUS tailback Shane Tucker ran for 141 yards on 12 carries and QB Toby Baker passed for 177 yards and two touchdowns. Baker also added a 1-yard run. St. Benedict falls to 5-2 and 1-1 in league play.
Grady 70 North Springs 0 // AJC
John Law and the Grady Grey Knights won 70 to nothing moving on...
Highlands 77 Holmes 0 // Cincinnati.com
2nd straight week topping 70 and shutting out the opposition. The Bluebirds are a little bit good.