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Ohio State Football gets a 2017 commitment from QB Danny Clark of Massillon

(courtesy Ohio State)

Danny Clark, a 15-year-old freshman QB from Massillon, Ohio has become the earliest football commitment in recent years to the Ohio State program.

Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer offered a scholarship for the 2017 recruiting class and Clark accepted on Friday.

Clark had a great freshman season. He became the first freshman ever to start at quarterback for the Massillon Washington program.

He threw a touchdown pass on his first pass ever in high school, a 59 yarder.

Clark led the Tigers to the state playoffs but lost to Medina Highland in the Ohio Division II regional semifinal.

The 6’4, 210-pound Clark is a pro-style quarterback.

Malm’s field goal gives DePauw 23-21 win over Ohio Wesleyan

(courtesy DePauw U)

Visiting DePauw University of Greencastle, Indiana received a 37-yard field goal with four seconds remaining Saturday to take home a 23-21 win over Ohio Wesleyan in North Coast Athletic Conference action.

The win improves the Tigers to 2-4, 2-3 on the season.

The Battling Bishops drop to 3-3, 2-3 for the season.

The win was impressive for DePauw, who had trailed 21-10 after three quarters of play.

OWU QB Mason Espinosa had his usual game, completing 25 of 40 passes for 285 yards and one touchdown.

CITY LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION FOOTBALL: Centennial dominates Columbus East, 54-24


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The Centennial Stars were only 1-9 last season under Mark Shaffer.

Entering the head coaching chair in 2013 is former defensive coordinator Donte Goosby and the Stars are one of the most improved teams in the Columbus City League North Division at 5-3, 3-2.

Host Centennial rolled up a 28-0 lead Friday night en route to a 54-24 domination of Columbus East (1-7, 5-0).

Jeremy Johnson threw five touchdown passes; Darsean Watts rushed for 196 yards on 27 carries and two touchdowns.

James Curry led the visiting Tigers by throwing for 171 yards and rushing for 67 more.

Clark’s Late Field Goal Helps MTSU Nip Memphis, 17-15


Memphis at Middle Tennessee (photo by Steve Basford)

MURFREESBORO, TN — Redshirt freshman Cody Clark’s 40 yard field goal with 1:49 left, the second of his short career, boosted Middle Tennessee State to a 17-15 win over in-state rival Memphis. The Blue Raider defense preserved the win with key sacks on Memphis’ last gasp drive.

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MTSU took over on their own 35 with 3:31 remaining and down 15-14. Pass plays of 18 and 25 yards by Logan Kilgore to Marcus Henry and Tavarres Jefferson helped the Blue Raiders reach the Memphis 23.

Memphis reached the MTSU 36 after the field goal, but sacks by Alexandro Antoine and Jared Singletary of Tiger quarterback Paxton Lynch, the last one leaving no time for another play, pushed the Tigers out of field goal range.

The MTSU Blue Raiders continued their dominance in the series with Memphis, running their record in the series to 17-8-1, including 11-2 at home. Memphis’ last win in Murfreesboro was in 1939. The eighth largest crowd in Floyd Stadium history — 23,922 — was on hand to honor its 2013 Hall of Fame class.

Memphis outgained MTSU 350 to 284 and had over nine more minutes of possession time, but committed 15 penalties for 145 yards. The Tigers had 11 of their penalties for 114 yards in the first half.

MTSU scored on their second possession, going 92 yards in 13 plays, with the help of two pass interference calls. On a favorable overturn after an official review, Kyle Griswould’s catch of Kilgore’s bootleg pass and dive at the right pylon from seven yards out was ruled a touchdown.

(courtesy U of Memphis)

The Tigers answered two possessions later with a 21 yard field goal in the second quarter by Jake Elliot. The Memphis drive started at the MTSU 38 following a punt out of the end zone.

The Blue Raiders needed only eight yards to extend the lead to 14-3 with 3:39 left before halftime on a one yard plunge by Jordan Parker. T.T. Barber’s interception at the Memphis 32 and return to the 16 plus an eight yard penalty set up the score.

Cody Clark is the hero for the Blue Raiders (courtesy MTSU)

Elliot’s second field goal of the half of 41 yards made the halftime score 14-6. Bakari Hollier’s interception of a Kilgore pass at his own 22 and 33 yard return started the drive at the MTSU 45 with 1:12 remaining.

The Tigers had to settle for Elliot’s third field goal from 27 yards on their first possession of the second half to make it 14-9. A false start on second and goal at the MTSU five stalled the drive.

Lynch’s one yard rollout pass to Alan Cross on third and goal at the one gave Memphis a 15-14 lead with 13:38 remaining in the game, capping a 10 play, 69 yard drive. Lynch’s two point conversion pass was incomplete, leaving the margin for a field goal to win instead of tie.

The Blue Raiders raised their record to 2-1, while the Tigers fell to 0-2.

Paxton Lynch (U of Memphis)

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: 86 wins in a row as Northland takes control early against East, 79-57

Game report from Melville Tragg


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The team known as the Columbus City League kingpin, the Northland Vikings, have stretched their now famous and unbelievable City North Division winning streak to 86 games in a row as they easily beat East, 79-57 on Tuesday night.

That streak goes back to February of 2006.

The Vikings made quick work of the Tigers, as they pushed their way to a 24-9 advantage in the first quarter.

The halftime score was 39-21.

The two, 6’8 bookend forwards led the way for Sean Taylor’s Vikings. Devon Scott scored 20 and Jalen Robinson added 19.

Torre’ Smith led East with 29 points.

Northland is 17-1, 13-0 while East falls to 7-11, 5-8.

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