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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS:Colerain running back Williams leads South to All-Star game win




Cincinnati Colerain running back Tyler Williams is only 5 feet 7 and 155 pounds, but he can be the difference maker in any football game.

He showed his talents at the annual Ohio North-South All-Star Game at Ohio Stadium last weekend. Williams took direct snaps out of the wildcat formation and ran for two touchdowns in leading the South team to a 25-7 win.

Williams, who’ll be playing for the Akron Zips next season, was selected as the MVP as the South won for the second straight year, but still trails in the series 38-25-3.

Tyler Williams (Rick Jonas photo)

Other stars of the game include, Westerville South running back Jayshon Jackson who led all rushers in the game gaining 115 yards on 13 carries, had a 25-yard TD run and a two-point conversion pass. Jackson was the South’s offensive MVP.

Massillon receiver Devin Smith, who is headed to Ohio State, caught three receptions for a 68-yard touchdown catch.

Defensive MVP for the South was Hunter Maynard of Bishop Watterson who will be a Bowling Green Falcons player next year.


OHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Watterson overcomes own mistakes to win Division III championship

Doug Arnold contributed to this story

By the end of their championship game against Akron Buchtel, the Columbus Bishop Watterson football players showed the effects of a long season that started with two-a-days back in August. Matt Redfield, Hunter Maynard and T.J. Gilles were all limping around and injured.

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Watterson overcame three lost fumbles and three interceptions to squeeze out a 13-12 comeback win over Akron Buchtel in the Division III championship game at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium in Massillion, Ohio before a crowd of 5,920.

The Eagles, who finished the season at 13-1, held the Griffins (11-4) twice in the final five minutes to win their first state title since 2002.

The Eagles finally mounted the game-winning drive, a nine-play, 55-yard drive that ended with a 3-yard touchdown run by Ray Cook with 10;50 left in the game. The key play was a 20-yard, fourth-down pass to receiver Erik Oman to the 3-yard line from quarterback Patrick Rhomberg.