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#10 Ohio State (4-1, 2-0) hosts Maryland (3-1, 1-0) today at 4:00

Maryland is set to face No. 10 Ohio State when it lines up at Ohio Stadium Saturday at 4pm on FOX.

The Terps enter Columbus 1-0 in Big Ten play after defeating Minnesota on the road, 31-24, behind third-string quarterback Max Bortenschlager, M. . A number of key factors led to the victory, most notably Maryland limiting its turnovers (0) and converting 9-of-16 third down conversions while protecting Bortenschlager (zero sacks allowed).

Maryland has won three games this season with three different starting quarterbacks, with Tyrrell Pigrome starting against Texas, Kasim Hill starting against Towson and Max Bortenschlager starting against Minnesota. Pigrome and Hill have since been ruled out for the season due to injury. Bortenschlager passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third in the Terps’ win over the Golden Gophers.

Junior wide receiver DJ Moore caught his fifth touchdown pass of the season against Minnesota to move into a tie for fourth in Maryland history with Minnesota Vikings star Stefon Diggs (2012-14) at 14 career TD receptions. Moore is off to an incredible start in 2017, leading the Big Ten in virtually every receiving category: receiving touchdowns (5), receiving yards (403), receiving yards per game (100.8) and receptions per game (7.5).

The Maryland defense has not allowed a 100-yard rusher in eight consecutive games dating back to 2016, with Nebraska’s Terrell Newby posting the most with 98 rush yards during the span on Nov. 19, 2016. Overall, the defense is allowing 131.8 rush yards/g in 2017, which ranks 48th nationally and seventh in the Big Ten – a far cry from last season when it ranked 99th nationally allowing 214.8/g.

Junior running back Ty Johnson has racked up 738 rushing yards (123.0/g) over his last six games dating back to 2016, averaging 10.3 yards-per-carry during the span. Johnson has totaled six rushing touchdowns in those six games, while eclipsing the 100-yard mark in five games during the span.

TERRAPINS OFFENSE

Wide receiver DJ Moore has been spectacular through the season’s first four games, leading the conference in virtually every receiving category: touchdowns (5), yards (403), yards per game (100.8) and receptions per game (7.5). Moore has had at least seven catches in every game this season. Prior to 2017, he had never had more than six receptions in a game.

Ty Johnson and DJ Moore currently represent arguably the nation’s top playmaking duo, ranking second (160.0/g) and third (146.3), respectively in all-purpose yards per game. They also rank eighth and 15th nationally, respectively. Johnson and Moore are the only teammates in the country in the top-25 in all-purpose yards per game.

Junior wide receiver DJ Moore has caught five touchdown passes through four games, becoming the first Maryland player to achieve the feat since Torrey Smith in 2010. He is the first Maryland player in the last 35 years to catch a touchdown in each of the first four games to open the season. His six total touchdowns through four games is the most for a Terrapin receiver since Jermaine Lewis had six touchdowns in 1993.

Junior running back Ty Johnson turned his eighth career 100-yard rushing game, and fifth in the last six games dating back to 2016, with a 130-yard effort at Minnesota. All eight of his 100-yard games have come in the last 14 games, with five against Big Ten opponents. Johnson capped off his fantastic day against the Gophers with a game-winning 34-yard touchdown run with 1:10 remaining.

Wide receiver DJ Moore currently leads Big Ten Conference with a reception in 25 straight games. It is the longest streak for a Maryland player since Torrey Smith finished his career with a 30-game reception streak from 2008-10. Moore currently has 11 touchdown catches over his last 17 games.

TERRAPINS DEFENSE

The Maryland defense notched two interceptions in the win against Minnesota, with Josh Woods catching the first of his career and JC Jacksonsealing the victory with less than a minute remaining. The Terps now have five interceptions through four games – most in a four-game stretch to open a season since 2014.

The Terps rank fourth in the Big Ten Conference with a +0.75/g turnover margin, winning the turnover battle in all three of its victories. Overall, they have totaled five interceptions and forced five fumbles (one lost) against just three interceptions and one forced fumble (zero lost). Last season, the Terps lost the turnover battle, 19-12, over the course of 13 games.

Maryland has made a habit of jumping out to fast starts this season, outscoring its opponents 45-7 in the first quarter. In fact, the Terrapin defense has yet to allow a point in the opening frame.

Senior linebacker Jermaine Carter, Jr. currently leads the Terps with 29 tackles on the season and appears poised to lead the team in the category for the third consecutive season. He would be just the fifth Maryland player to achieve the feat since 1969, joining Alex Wujciak (2008-10), D’Qwell Jackson (2003-05), E.J. Henderson (2000-02) and Ratcliff Thomas (1993-95).

The Maryland rush defense was stout against Minnesota, allowing just 80 yards on the ground in the game. It marked the third time in four games the defense has held its opponent under 100 yards rushing. Last year’s defense only held its opponent under 100 yards rushing once in 13 games, allowing 150+yards in 12-of-13.

TERRAPINS SPECIAL TEAMS

Graduate transfer Henry Darmstader came through in the clutch with a career-long 51-yard field goal as time expired in the first half against Minnesota last weekend. Darmstadter, who is Georgetown’s all-time kicking leader, had a previous long of 49 yards. It was the longest field goal for a Terps since Brad Craddock hit a 57-yarder against Ohio State in 2014. He has made a seamless transition into the lineup, including knocking down a Maryland record nine PATs against Towson in his Terrapin debut.

 

GAME PREVIEW DERIVED FROM MARYLAND GAME NOTES; COURTESY MARYLAND SPORTS INFORMATION

OHSAA Weekly Football Computer Ratings heading into Week 7

OHSAA Releases Weekly Football Computer Ratings

October 3, 2017
News Release – Ohio High School Athletic Association
Commissioner Daniel B. Ross, Ph.D.
For Immediate Release – Oct. 3, 2017
OHSAA Releases Weekly Football Computer Ratings
Football regular-season entering Week 7

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association released its weekly football computer ratings Tuesday afternoon. The weekly computer ratings are released every Tuesday beginning in the fifth week of the season, leading up to the final report on Sunday morning, Oct. 29, when 224 schools will official qualify for the playoffs.
The complete report showing all teams in every region is posted at: http://ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Football/2017/Week6-Rankings.pdf
The top 12 schools in each region are listed below by division and region with record and average points. The football page at OHSAA.org includes an explanation of how the ratings are calculated. The top eight teams in each region in the final report will qualify for the playoffs.
Of the 719 OHSAA member schools playing varsity football this fall, the largest 72 schools are in Division I, while the remaining schools are divided equally in Divisions II through VII (approximately 108 schools in each division).
OHSAA Football Computer Ratings – Oct. 3, 2017 (Entering Week 7)
Top eight schools from each region in the final report Oct. 29 will qualify for the playoffs.
Division I
Region 1 - 1. Cle. St. Ignatius (6-0) 20.9333, 2. Lakewood St. Edward (6-0) 18.1894, 3. Canton McKinley (6-0) 14.3703, 4. Massillon Jackson (5-1) 14.2833, 5. Mentor (5-1) 13.9667, 6. Stow-Munroe Falls (5-1) 12.0333, 7. Solon (5-1) 11.4667, 8. Massillon Perry (5-1) 11.3167, 9. Euclid (5-1) 11.0333, 10. Canton GlenOak (2-4) 5.2466, 11. Austintown-Fitch (3-3) 5.1389, 12. Cle. Rhodes (4-2) 4.9667
Region 2 - 1. Tol. Whitmer (6-0) 16.6833, 2. Lewis Center Olentangy (5-1) 13.3333, 3. Lewis Center Olentangy Orange (6-0) 12.9833, 4. Gahanna Lincoln (4-2) 11.4667, 5. Findlay (4-2) 10.4333, 6. Lorain (5-1) 9.6333, 7. Dublin Jerome (4-2) 9.6167, 8. Dublin Coffman (4-2) 9.4082, 9. Powell Olentangy Liberty (4-2) 7.9667, 10. Brunswick (3-3) 6.2704, 11. Worthington Thomas Worthington (3-3) 6.1333, 12. Delaware Hayes (2-4) 5.4
Region 3 - 1. Centerville (6-0) 19.95, 2. Hilliard Bradley (6-0) 16.8833, 3. Kettering Fairmont (5-1) 15.4, 4. Pickerington North (5-1) 15.2833, 5. Pickerington Central (5-1) 14.1717, 6. Huber Hts. Wayne (4-2) 12.05, 7. Springfield (5-1) 11.35, 8. Beavercreek (5-1) 11.2167, 9. Clayton Northmont (4-2) 11.1, 10. Reynoldsburg (4-2) 9.95, 11. Hilliard Darby (3-3) 7.4333, 12. Miamisburg (3-3) 6.6833
Region 4 - 1. Cin. St. Xavier (6-0) 18.5167, 2. Fairfield (4-2) 11.9333, 3. Cin. Colerain (4-2) 10.6333, 4. Milford (5-1) 9.4167, 5. Cin. Archbishop Moeller (3-3) 9.1, 6. Liberty Twp. Lakota East (5-1) 9.0833, 7. Cin. Sycamore (4-2) 8.3833, 8. Mason (4-2) 8.05, 9. Batavia West Clermont (4-2) 7.8167, 10. Cin. Elder (3-3) 6.4, 11. Springboro (2-4) 5.2667, 12. Lebanon (2-4) 3.4333
Division II
Region 5 - 1. Hudson (5-1) 12.2167, 2. Akron Archbishop Hoban (5-1) 12.1316, 3. Cle. Benedictine (5-1) 11.6167, 4. Barberton (6-0) 10.95, 5. Lyndhurst Brush (5-1) 10.6237, 6. Bedford (5-1) 9.75, 7. Green (3-3) 7.9667, 8. Brecksville-Broadview Hts. (4-2) 7.5, 9. Ashtabula Lakeside (4-2) 7.4369, 10. Mayfield (3-3) 6.1167, 11. Twinsburg (3-3) 5.8167, 12. Copley (3-3) 5.7167
Region 6 - 1. Avon (6-0) 19.1136, 2. Grafton Midview (5-1) 14.7667, 3. Medina Highland (6-0) 14.3333, 4. Wadsworth (6-0) 13.2167, 5. Sylvania Northview (6-0) 12.1, 6. Fremont Ross (4-2) 9.85, 7. Olmsted Falls (5-1) 9.75, 8. Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (5-1) 9.1333, 9. Amherst Steele (4-2) 8.1667, 10. North Olmsted (4-2) 8.15, 11. Holland Springfield (4-2) 7.8667, 12. Tol. St. John’s (3-3) 7.3667
Region 7 - 1. Cols. Walnut Ridge (6-0) 13.1919, 2. Massillon Washington (5-1) 12.8788, 3. Cols. Mifflin (5-1) 10.8776, 4. New Albany (3-3) 8.6833, 5. Canal Winchester (3-3) 8.45, 6. Ashland (5-1) 8.3667, tie-7. Boardman (3-3) 8.2, tie-7. Pataskala Licking Hts. (4-2) 8.2, 9. Westerville South (3-3) 6.8333, 10. Worthington Kilbourne (3-3) 6.7167, 11. Whitehall-Yearling (3-3) 6.6833, 12. Cols. Northland (3-3) 6.3167
Region 8 - 1. Cin. La Salle (5-1) 18.6333, 2. Cin. Winton Woods (6-0) 16.6768, 3. Cin. Anderson (6-0) 15.4949, 4. Sidney (6-0) 13.6333, 5. Day. Belmont (6-0) 12.3712, 6. Trenton Edgewood (5-1) 10.8167, 7. Chillicothe (4-2) 10.5167, 8. Harrison (4-2) 9.45, tie-9. Troy (4-2) 8.55, tie-9. Ashville Teays Valley (4-2) 8.55, 11. Marion Harding (4-2) 7.6389, 12. Morrow Little Miami (5-1) 7.1667
Division III
Region 9 - 1. Canfield (6-0) 17.9333, 2. Tallmadge (5-1) 12.1237, 3. Akron St. Vincent-St Mary (5-1) 11.6833, 4. Alliance (5-1) 11.6167, 5. Medina Buckeye (6-0) 11.4167, 6. Akron East (5-1) 10.5833, tie-7. Chardon (5-1) 10.35, tie-7. Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (5-1) 10.35, 9. Chagrin Falls Kenston (4-2) 8.2, 10. Peninsula Woodridge (5-1) 8.15, 11. Warren Howland (3-3) 7.2667, 12. Alliance Marlington (4-2) 6.9667
Region 10 - 1. Parma Padua Franciscan (6-0) 15.3833, 2. Clyde (6-0) 14.6833, 3. Tol. Central Cath. (5-1) 13.5816, 4. Bay Village Bay (6-0) 13.3167, 5. Sandusky (6-0) 11.15, 6. Mansfield Senior (5-1) 8.6167, 7. Hunting Valley University School (4-2) 7.9833, 8. Bowling Green (3-3) 6.5, 9. Cle. Central Cath. (2-4) 4.6167, tie-10. Parma Hts. Holy Name (2-4) 4.2167, tie-10. Rocky River (3-3) 4.2167, 12. Cle. Glenville  (3-3) 4.2121
Region 11 - 1. Cols. Marion-Franklin (6-0) 12.9571, 2. Cols. Bishop Hartley (5-1) 11.9667, 3. Granville (5-1) 11.8667, 4. Bellefontaine (5-1) 11.6833, 5. Cols. Independence (5-0) 11.1333, 6. Jackson (5-1) 10.9, 7. New Philadelphia (6-0) 10.85, 8. Dresden Tri-Valley (5-1) 10.4833, 9. Cols. St. Francis DeSales (4-2) 7.8939, tie-10. Zanesville Maysville (4-2) 6.9, tie-10. The Plains Athens (5-1) 6.9, 12. Hillsboro (4-2) 6.6667
Region 12 - 1. Trotwood-Madison (6-0) 16.25, 2. Franklin (5-1) 12.85, 3. Cin. Archbishop McNicholas (5-1) 10.1167, 4. Bellbrook (4-2) 9.3333, 5. Goshen (6-0) 9.1833, 6. New Richmond (5-1) 8.85, 7. Kettering Archbishop Alter (5-1) 8.8333, 8. Wapakoneta (4-2) 8.6, 9. Day. Dunbar (4-2) 8.15, 10. Tipp City Tippecanoe (3-3) 7.6, 11. Wilmington (4-2) 7.5333, 12. Elida (4-2) 6.5667
Division IV
Region 13 - 1. Steubenville (6-0) 15.6167, 2. Perry (6-0) 12.0, 3. Poland Seminary (6-0) 11.5, 4. Cortland Lakeview (5-1) 9.15, 5. Canton South (5-1) 8.85, 6. Girard (6-0) 8.4333, 7. Lisbon Beaver (5-1) 8.0333, 8. Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (3-3) 6.7197, 9. Salem (4-2) 6.7, 10. Struthers (4-2) 6.4167, 11. Ravenna Southeast (4-2) 5.8737, 12. Cuyahoga Falls Cuyahoga Valley Christian Acad. (4-2) 5.2222
Region 14 - 1. Bellville Clear Fork (6-0) 15.1667, 2. Oberlin Firelands (6-0) 11.7333, 3. St. Marys Memorial (5-1) 11.5, 4. Shelby (6-0) 10.8333, 5. Wauseon (5-1) 9.95, 6. Sparta Highland (5-1) 8.2667, 7. Bellevue (4-2) 7.6667, 8. Pepper Pike Orange (5-1) 7.5985, 9. Van Wert (3-3) 6.65, 10. Vermilion (5-1) 6.5167, 11. Lorain Clearview (5-1) 6.2551, 12. Warrensville Hts. (4-2) 6.2
Region 15 - 1. Newark Licking Valley (6-0) 11.4833, 2. St. Clairsville (5-1) 11.3667, 3. Carroll Bloom-Carroll (5-1) 10.5167, 4. New Concord John Glenn (5-1) 10.25, 5. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (6-0) 10.05, 6. Duncan Falls Philo (4-2) 8.7167, 7. Chillicothe Unioto (5-1) 7.5333, 8. Uhrichsville Claymont (5-1) 7.0167, 9. Byesville Meadowbrook (4-2) 6.65, 10. Pomeroy Meigs (3-3) 5.4667, 11. Lancaster Fairfield Union (3-3) 5.4, 12. Amanda-Clearcreek (4-2) 5.3833
Region 16 - 1. Germantown Valley View (6-0) 16.3333, 2. Plain City Jonathan Alder (5-1) 13.0, 3. London (6-0) 12.75, 4. Cin. Indian Hill (5-1) 12.5859, 5. Clarksville Clinton-Massie (6-0) 12.4167, 6. Waverly (5-1) 10.6333, 7. Cin. Wyoming (6-0) 10.2904, 8. Cin. Taft (4-2) 9.2727, 9. Batavia (4-2) 7.1833, 10. Springfield Shawnee (3-3) 6.35, 11. Day. Oakwood (3-3) 5.7167, 12. Cin. Aiken (4-2) 5.3359
Division V
Region 17 - 1. North Lima South Range (6-0) 12.9167, 2. Sullivan Black River (6-0) 9.2333, 3. Orwell Grand Valley (6-0) 8.65, 4. Akron Manchester (4-2) 8.3, 5. Gates Mills Gilmour Acad. (4-2) 7.3939, 6. Navarre Fairless (4-2) 7.25, 7. Garrettsville Garfield (4-2) 6.2525, 8. Zoarville Tuscarawas Valley (4-2) 4.6167, 9. Wickliffe (3-3) 4.5167, 10. Orrville (2-4) 4.25, 11. Leavittsburg LaBrae (3-3) 4.15, 12. Wooster Triway (4-2) 4.0833
Region 18 - 1. Marion Pleasant (5-0) 12.1778, 2. Pemberville Eastwood (6-0) 12.0, 3. Archbold (5-1) 10.95, 4. Tontogany Otsego (5-1) 10.7167, 5. Liberty Center (5-1) 8.5, 6. Milan Edison (5-1) 8.15, 7. Genoa Area (5-1) 7.9, 8. Lewistown Indian Lake (4-2) 6.9833, 9. Swanton (4-2) 6.25, 10. Millbury Lake (4-2) 6.1833, 11. Huron (4-2) 5.8167, 12. Fostoria (4-2) 5.55
Region 19 - 1. Wheelersburg (6-0) 13.4833, 2. Portsmouth West (6-0) 13.3333, 3. Belmont Union Local (6-0) 9.85, 4. Gahanna Cols. Acad. (5-1) 9.5884, 5. Johnstown-Monroe (4-2) 9.5253, 6. Cols. Bishop Ready (5-1) 9.15, 7. Oak Hill (4-2) 7.0167, 8. Proctorville Fairland (3-3) 5.9833, 9. Ironton (3-3) 5.6333, 10. Johnstown Northridge (4-2) 5.6167, 11. Chesapeake (3-3) 5.5333, 12. Baltimore Liberty Union (3-3) 5.5167
Region 20 - 1. Anna (5-1) 9.6, 2. Casstown Miami East (5-1) 9.4833, 3. Reading (4-2) 8.35, 4. Jamestown Greeneview (6-0) 8.3081, 5. Bethel-Tate (6-0) 8.3, 6. Brookville (4-2) 8.1833, 7. Carlisle (5-1) 7.8333, 8. Middletown Madison (4-2) 7.5833, 9. West Jefferson (5-0) 7.4393, 10. Cin. Summit Country Day (5-1) 6.2833, 11. Batavia Clermont Northeastern (4-2) 6.1, 12. Camden Preble Shawnee (4-2) 6.0
Division VI
Region 21 - 1. Mogadore (5-0) 12.5778, 2. Rootstown (6-0) 11.9667, 3. Creston Norwayne (5-1) 10.8833, 4. Kirtland (6-0) 10.0, 5. Smithville (5-1) 8.6843, 6. Berlin Center Western Reserve (5-1) 8.5667, 7. Columbia Station Columbia (4-2) 8.3333, 8. Columbiana (4-2) 7.3, 9. Independence (4-2) 7.25, 10. McDonald (5-1) 6.7333, 11. Youngstown Liberty (4-2) 6.05, 12. Cle. Hts. Lutheran East (5-1) 5.9747
Region 22 - 1. Findlay Liberty-Benton (5-1) 10.8667, 2. Bucyrus Wynford (5-1) 9.2833, 3. Carey (5-1) 7.8167, 4. Gibsonburg (5-1) 6.7, 5. Defiance Tinora (4-2) 6.6667, 6. Attica Seneca East (5-0) 6.5667, 7. Ada (4-2) 6.4, 8. Jeromesville Hillsdale (5-1) 6.3, 9. Hicksville (4-2) 5.9667, 10. Tol. Ottawa Hills (4-2) 5.4333, 11. Ashland Crestview (3-3) 4.5167, 12. Metamora Evergreen (3-3) 4.45
Region 23 - 1. Nelsonville-York (6-0) 12.8167, 2. Sarahsville Shenandoah (6-0) 9.4747, 3. Chillicothe Southeastern (6-0) 9.4, 4. Galion Northmor (5-1) 9.1333, 5. Shadyside (5-1) 8.05, 6. Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant (5-1) 7.9773, 7. Beverly Fort Frye (5-1) 7.3833, 8. Steubenville Cath. Central (4-2) 6.7388, 9. Howard East Knox (6-0) 6.6167, 10. Milford Center Fairbanks (3-3) 4.2904, 11. Grandview Hts. (3-3) 3.6167, 12. Crooksville (3-3) 3.4833
Region 24 - 1. Maria Stein Marion Local (6-0) 12.8833, 2. Lima Central Cath. (5-1) 10.0833, 3. St. Henry (5-1) 8.4333, 4. Mechanicsburg (5-1) 8.4167, 5. Miamisburg Day. Christian (5-1) 7.5758, 6. Tipp City Bethel (5-1) 7.4833, 7. Coldwater (4-2) 7.3833, 8. Spencerville (4-2) 7.35, 9. West Liberty-Salem (5-1) 6.7146, 10. Fort Recovery (3-3) 5.3833, 11. Delphos Jefferson (4-2) 5.2833, 12. Lewisburg Tri-County North (4-2) 4.75
Division VII
Region 25 - 1. Dalton (6-0) 11.9167, 2. Cuyahoga Hts. (5-0) 8.8667, 3. East Canton (4-2) 7.05, 4. Lisbon David Anderson (5-1) 6.2833, 5. Valley Christian (3-3) 6.25, 6. Windham (5-1) 5.7167, 7. Toronto (4-2) 4.9667, 8. Warren John F. Kennedy (3-3) 4.7, 9. Newbury (3-3) 3.4983, 10. Strasburg-Franklin (3-3) 2.9833, 11. New Philadelphia Tuscarawas Central Cath. (2-4) 2.1237, 12. Vienna Mathews (3-3) 2.1035
Region 26 - 1. Pandora-Gilboa (6-0) 9.2833, 2. Norwalk St. Paul (6-0) 8.3167, 3. Haviland Wayne Trace (5-1) 8.1667, 4. McComb (5-1) 6.9, 5. Monroeville (5-1) 6.6833, 6. Leipsic (4-2) 6.2833, 7. North Baltimore (4-2) 6.1333, 8. Defiance Ayersville (4-2) 6.05, 9. Edgerton (4-2) 6.0, 10. Sycamore Mohawk (5-1) 5.7333, 11. Tiffin Calvert (3-3) 5.1333, 12. West Unity Hilltop (5-1) 4.85
Region 27 - 1. Danville (5-1) 10.7333, 2. Lucas (5-1) 8.4333, 3. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep. (5-1) 8.1, 4. Waterford (5-1) 7.6667, 5. Corning Miller (4-2) 6.6833, 6. Glouster Trimble (4-2) 6.0167, 7. Racine Southern (5-1) 5.6833, 8. Portsmouth Sciotoville (5-1) 5.4722, 9. Sugar Grove Berne Union (5-1) 5.0833, 10. Hannibal River (3-3) 4.85, 11. Willow Wood Symmes Valley (4-2) 4.3044, 12. Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans (4-2) 3.7833
Region 28 - 1. Convoy Crestview (5-1) 8.65, 2. Delphos St. John’s (4-2) 8.4167, 3. Sidney Lehman Cath. (5-1) 7.6167, 4. Minster (3-3) 5.9833, 5. Cin. Miami Valley Christian Acad. (4-2) 5.4064, 6. DeGraff Riverside (4-2) 5.3667, 7. Fort Loramie (4-2) 5.3434, 8. Cin. Gamble Montessori (4-2) 4.4711, 9. Springfield Cath. Central (3-3) 3.5328, 10. Lima Perry (3-3) 3.5, 11. New Bremen (3-3) 2.5833, 12. Lockland (2-3) 2.5091
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PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Tim Stried; COURTESY OHSAA INFORMATION SERVICES

Recapping Week 6 Columbus City League Football: 76ers, Scots, Red Devils remain undefeated at 6-0

WEEK 6 Results in Columbus City League Football:

*Walnut Ridge remains undefeated at 6-0, with a 23-8 win over a tough Briggs team. QB Isaiah Murphy threw a couple of TD passes.

*Mifflin goes to 5-1 with a rout of Linden McKinley, 47-12. Daveonn Logan threw for 3 touchdowns.

*Centennial rolled up a 63-27 win over winless East. The Stars had a couple of star players in RB Luchene Davis with 163 yards rushing and three TD’s. Freshman QB Jaylen Gilbert threw for 3 scores.

The Tigers were led by Armon Mackey who ran for 3 TD’s and rushing for another.

*Northland gets back to .500 at 3-3 after blasting a solid Whetstone team, 49-14. RB’s Mike Williams and John Branham were balanced on the ground with 147 yards rushing each.

* South had their hands full with a scrappy Africentric team but came away with a 32-20 win. South is 3-3. The Nubians are an exciting team and scored two of the touchdowns from over 99 yards and led 14-13 at the half.

South had 417 yards on the ground and was led by Deshawn Cunningham who scored 5 touchdowns and 256 yards rushing.

*Eastmoor Academy and Marion-Franklin played Thursday night in a TV game on WWHO Channel 53. The Red Devils won 44-20.

 

 

76ers finally pull away from dangerous Columbus West Cowboys in 4th quarter on ’1ST & GOAL’

 

 

 

 

 

 

East Columbus, Ohio — Independence 76ers remained undefeated last Friday night on 1ST & GOAL with a 26-10 win over visiting Columbus West. The 76ers pulled away in the 4th quarter.

QB Kionte Blow had two rushing touchdowns from 1-yard out on sneaks.

Wide receiver Daleron McCarrell caught 5 passes for 118 yards and 1 TD.

RB Demontae Taylor rushed for 149 yards on 24 carries ane 1 touchdown. The first time this year he was held under 200 yards rushing.

West was led by WB Jacob Adams, who had a yard touchdown on a off-balance falling backwards catch.

QB Christian White had a TD off a 2-yard dive.

Both teams made several mistakes and that kept the game close until the exciting 4th quarter.

The 76ers go to 6-0 on the season. They kept pace in the South Division with Marion-Franklin and Walnut Ridge at 3-0.

The Cowboys, always explosive and exciting in any game, drops to 2-4, 0-3 in the South Division.

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