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CITY LEAGUE SOUTH DIVISION FOOTBALL: Walnut Ridge cakewalks past Briggs

GAME REPORT FROM Johnny “BB” Louie

 

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The Walnut Ridge Scots have played most of the 2013 season without their best college prospect, defensive end Robert Bowers. A hulking, 6’5, 210-pound specimen, Bowers, a senior, has committed to Michigan State University. He has been out most of the season recovering from shoulder surgery,

His absence has not kept the Scots from winning games. They are 6-1 overall, 4-2 in the South Division.

Friday night, Walnut Ridge ran away from visiting Briggs, 63-12.

Starring for the Scots were William Stringer who rushed for 146 yards and two touchdowns; Jaisean Johnson rushed 17 times for 193 yards rushing with five touchdowns.

Briggs, under head coach Butler By’not’e, a former Ohio State running back under John Cooper, drops to 1-7, 1-4 on the season.

 


COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL, Week 4: Marion-Franklin keeps Briggs winless, 72-6

GAME REPORT FROM MIKE DOYLE

 

Marion-Franklin’s Red Devils were 13-1 last year with a playoff berth and seemed to be on their way again.

After all, the team returns several stars in Corry Benson, Jaron Dukes, Joe Alverson, Darien Williams and Damon Dillard.

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On Friday night, the Red Devils basically put the game away against visiting Briggs in the first quarter, scoring 35 points in a 72-6 rout.

Quarterback Benson passed for 242 yards and four first-half touchdowns as the offense rolled up 555 yards.

Marion-Franklin ups its record to 3-1, 1-0 in the City South Division while Briggs, under new head coach Butler By’note, drops to 0-4, 0-1 in the same division.

 

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COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Franklin Heights wins rivalry game against Briggs, 26-7

GAME REPORT FROM TIM LATHAM

 

The Briggs Bruins and the Franklin Heights Falcons have been rivals for years.

Both schools are located on the city’s southwest side of town.

Briggs is located on Briggs Road and Franklin Heights is down the street on Demorest Road, less than a mile away.

Friday night the two schools battled and the Falcons, who were 1-9 last year, moved to 2-0 with a 26-7 triumph.

Briggs, under new football coach Butler By’note, are o-2.

(courtesy of Franklin Heights High School via wikipedia commons)

The Bruins killed all chances for a win in the game by losing five fumbles.

The Falcons scored three first-half touchdowns en route to a 19-0 lead.

Sam Reed scored two of Franklin Heights touchdowns.

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Briggs loses at Clear Fork in By’note’s head coaching debut

GAME REPORT FROM TAMALA GORDON

 

Former Ohio State running back Butler By’note was eager to get his head coaching career under way with the Briggs Bruins. But he and his team traveled to Bellville and came away with a disappointing loss.

Clear Fork, always a high school playoff contender rolled to a 48-15 win.

Clear Fork High School (photo by OHwiki via wikipedia commons)

The Fighting Colts were consistent early in the game scoring 21 points in the first and second quarters.

Briggs’ high point of the game was scoring 15 points in the fourth quarter.

The Fighting Colts outgained Briggs on the ground, 261-101.

Travis Brown was tough on the Bruins defense, rushing for two touchdowns and led all ballcarriers with 11 carries for 100 yards.