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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.

(file photo)

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: Marion-Franklin loses at Pickerington Central

GAME REPORT FROM STANLEY PACKETT

 

The best game in Columbus for Division II schools was City League South Division member Marion-Franklin visiting the Pickerington Central Tigers of the Ohio Capital Conference.

There’s talent on both team’s with Jaron Dukes and Corry Benson for the Red Devils.

Pickerington Central High School (file photo)

Taco Charlton and Greg Basalyga for the Tigers.

Central’s head coach Jay Sharrett graduated the largest senior class in school history last year after the team earned a Division 1 State title game berth.

Before a standing room only crowd, CentralĀ  beat the Red Devils, 45-24.

Both teams are 1-1 to start 2012.

Marion-Franklin, who has made the OHSAA playoffs eight straight years, could not stop turning the ball over with three turnovers.

The Red Devils had a tough time stopping Tigers WR Charlton who is 6’6.

Joe Alverson was the big, playmaker for the Red Devils. He caught a 10-yard TD pass; a 2-point conversion and on a 62-yead drivers.

 

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COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Marion-Franklin holds off Brookhaven, 20-14

GAME REPORT BY GABE SCHECHTER

 

Friday night saw an epic battle between two of the Columbus City League’s premier football programs, Marion-Franklin from the South Division and Brookhaven from the North side of town.

The Red Devils controlled much of the game but the Bearcats mounted a comeback which fell short.

Marion Franklin football stadium (megasportsnews.com photo)

Brookhaven scored the tying touchdown late in the game, but had the play nullified.

On the next play, Bearcats QB Kevin Greenhow was intercepted by the Red Devils’ Joe Alverson to seal the game at 20-14 for Marion-Franklin.

The Red Devils outrushed Brookhaven 102-55. Greenhow threw for 2 touchdowns and 200 yards.