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Posts Tagged ‘Marion-Franklin Red Devils.’

CITY LEAGUE SOUTH DIVISION FOOTBALL: South Kingpin Marion-Franklin stays in first place with 17-0 win over Eastmoor Academy

GAME REPORT FROM DON GRADY

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There was a defensive struggle Friday night in the Columbus City League South Division between the visiting Eastmoor Academy Warriors and the Marion-Franklin Red Devils.

The host Red Devils remained in first place by squeezing out a 17-0 win to stay in first place in the South at 5-0, 7-1 overall.

The Red Devils scored on their first two second-half drives to seal the game.

Eastmoor Academy was limited to only 211 yards of offense and was plagued by four turnovers, three of them being fumbles.

Red Devils running back Justin Tyler rushed for 164 yards on 15 carries and saw the end zone twice with runs of 18 and 45 yards.

CITY LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Marion-Franklin outguns the West Cowboys, 111-74

Marquiez Lawrence scored 12 points at West last night (Chris Leaper photo)

Marion-Franklin Red Devils traveled to the Westside of Columbus on Friday night and outgunned the West Cowboys in a run-and-gun South Division game.

The Red Devils led 33-13 after the first quarter and 55-32 at the half.

Marion-Franklin had five players in double figures scoring: Tony Anderson with 17, Dametrius Walker and John Montgomery scored 15 each, Marquiez Lawrence added 12 and Shawon Wilson scored 12.

 

GAME REPORT FROM JOEY WIREMAN

 

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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Marion-Franklin at Briggs on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE tonight live at 7 p.m. on our website

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Tonight on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE, we’ll have two teams making their second appearances of the season on our internet broadcast.

Marion-Franklin Red Devils (9-8, 8-4) visits the Bruin Den at Briggs High School (8-9, 5-7) at 7:00 p.m.in the Columbus City League South Division.

You can LISTEN LIVE by going to the HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE page in the upper right hand corner, click it and scroll down to the February 7 game and click listen and the game comes up there. We’ll be on the air 10 minutes before the game with our usual information. The game will be archived forever on that page to listen to anytime.

The Red Devils under Scott Williams defeated Tony Rice’s Bruins the first time around, 84-61. A 22-point third quarter allowed Marion-Franklin to put the game away.

 

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Columbus City League Boys Scoreboard

 

Info compiled from Ralph Mushi

 

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NON-CONFERENCE ACTION

Reynoldsburg Raiders 58 Marion-Franklin Red Devils 53

Marquiez Lawrence and Dominique Cartier each scored 11 for the Red Devils.

 

Northland Vikings 79 Lakewood St. Edward Eagles 69

In a game heard here on HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE, the Vikings balanced scored and bench depth was too much for the Eagles.

Armani Towns scored 21 points to lead Northland, followed by Jalen Robinson with 19, Devon Scott with 15 and Derek McKeiten with 12.

Myles Hamilton, who was ejected in the third quarter for arguing with a referee, led the Eagles from suburban Cleveland with 12 points.

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