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according to the OHSFCA, the 2017 North/South game will be played at PBTS.
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EF'S JJH/MP OHIO HS PRESEASON TOP 10

1. Archbishop Hoban (Akron) – 14-1, D-III state champion, Region 9 champion
The Knights are coming off back-to-back state titles but bump up a division due to competitive balance. No worries. Senior receiver Garrett Houser (30 receptions, 946 yards, 31.5 yards per catch, nine touchdowns) has committed to Navy, while fellow senior receiver Nate Bauer holds 12 offers (including Boston College, Maryland, Syracuse and Minnesota). Senior running back William Collier is being pursued by Minnesota and Youngstown State. Junior offensive lineman Nolan Rumler has committed to Michigan (over Alabama). Senior defensive back Daulson Fitzpatrick holds offers from Bowling Green, Western Michigan and Central Michigan. Senior defensive end Daeshon MartinLuke Murphy holds 13 offers, including Minnesota, Rutgers, Pitt and Boston College.

2. La Salle (Cincinnati) – 13-2, D-II state champion, Region 8 champion
The Lancers started 2-2 last year and then won 11 straight games and their third straight state title. Graduation took its toll, but plenty of talent remains. Senior quarterback Griffin Merritt, senior defensive lineman Zach Rumpke, senior tight end Josh Whyle (Cincinnati) and junior linebacker Brody Ingle were all first team All-Greater Catholic League South Division last season. Merritt was the GCL South’s leading passer with 1,930 yards and 21 touchdowns. A new stable of running backs will be called upon.

3. Anderson (Cincinnati) – 7-4, Region 8 quarterfinalist
The Redskins return five All-Eastern Cincinnati Conference players from an offensive unit that averaged 42.6 points per game last season. Senior quarterback Jay Volpenhein was named the ECC’s co-offensive player of the year after throwing for 3,541 yards and 43 touchdowns. He also ran for 929 yards and 10 touchdowns. Senior running back Kyle Blaha (1,242 all-purpose yards, 16 total touchdowns), senior receiver Amadaz Jones (73 receptions, 917 yards, 13 touchdowns), senior receiver Austin Watt (40 receptions, 550 yards, eight touchdowns) and junior offensive lineman Zeke Correll are also back.

4. Troy – 10-2, Region 8 semifinalist
The Trojans had arguably Ohio’s most surprising season last year. After going 2-8 in 2015, Troy won 10 games and reached the playoffs for the first time since 2011. Both losses were to Miamisburg. Defense will be a serious strength moving forward. Senior lineman Joah Stricker (56 tackles, 7.5 sacks), senior lineman Christian Nation (59 tackles), junior back Sam Jackson (48 tackles, seven interceptions), senior back Derek Mcdonagh (55 tackles), senior linebacker LB John Wehrkamp (62 tackles) and senior back Zach Boyer (32 tackles) were all All-Greater Western Ohio Conference North Division selections last season. Junior linebacker Shane Shoop is the team’s leading returning tackler (69 stops). He also generated four forced fumbles, three interceptions and two fumble recoveries last season. Senior linebacker Zack Schwausch (36 tackles) returns as well.

5. Springfield (Holland) – 10-1, Region 6 quarterfinalist
The Blue Devils are looking for the program’s third straight playoff berth (which would be a first) and sixth overall. Junior quarterback Aj Gucciardo has already broken or tied eight school records and holds an offer from Kent State. Last year he threw for 2,506 yards and 29 touchdowns. Senior offensive lineman Tyler Long has committed to Toledo. Senior receiver LaKeith Jackson is a weapon.

6. Barberton - 8-3, Region 5 quarterfinalist
The Magics are coming off their first playoff berth since 1998 and just the program’s third overall. Expectations and excitement are high. Senior quarterback Zane Ries (2,560 yards passing, 26 touchdowns) returns, as does one of his favorite targets - senior receiver Garrett Turnbaugh. Both hold an offer from Ohio Dominican. Senior linebacker Keye Thompson (offers from Ohio, Akron and Bowling Green) headlines the defense.

7. Turpin (Cincinnati) – 11-1, Region 8 semifinalist
The Spartans offense will feature senior quarterback Lucas Smith (1,607 passing yards, 25 total touchdowns), while the defensive headliners include senior defensive backs Griffen Durso (three interceptions) and Will Hausfeld (six interceptions). Hausfeld (nine total touchdowns) doubles as an offensive threat at running back where he was the team’s leading receiver last season (27 receptions). The senior specialists – kicker Harry Sand (9-for-9 field goals last year) and punter Jake Silverstein – are seasoned.

8. Benedictine (Cleveland) – 3-7
The Bengals bump up from D-III, but expect the seven-time state champion to compete immediately. Six of last year’s seven losses were by a touchdown or less. Senior athletes Keith Williams (66 tackles) and Christopher Jefferson return as does a pair of seasoned quarterbacks - Levi Pokersnik (senior) and Nicholas Demchuk (junior). Senior kicker John Dosen is a good one. Keep an eye on senior receiver Michael Williams.

9. Washington (Massillon) – 8-3, Region 7 quarterfinalist
The Tigers feature one of Ohio’s top junior prospects in athlete Jamir Thomas. The projected linebacker is a Top 200 recruit nationally according to 247sports composite rankings and holds seven offers (including Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota and West Virginia). Senior defensive end tandem of Ty Keirns and Myron Welch (offers from Miami and Bowling Green) is a good one.

10. Sidney – 4-6
The Yellows Jackets own one postseason appearance in program history (1989), but expectations and excitement are high. So is the squad’s talent level. Senior running back/defensive back Isaiah Bowser (1,877 rushing yards, 30 total touchdowns) has committed to Northwestern, while senior defensive lineman Devan Rogers (108 tackles) is headed to Toledo. Other key returners include sophomore defensive back Darren Taborn (29 tackles) and junior linebacker Christian Townsend (36 tackles). Keep an eye on quarterback Andre Gordon (Iowa State offer) who is one of the country’s Top 200 junior prospects (247sports composite rankings). Gordon, who missed the final nine games last season with a broken wrist, accounted for 22 touchdowns as a freshman. He is a two-sport star that also holds D-I basketball offers (Toledo and Wright State). Difficult GWOC North slate awaits.

Teams to Watch…

* Westerville South (Westerville) – 1-9
The Wildcats feature the state’s most explosive and versatile senior in all-purpose and defensive back Jaelen Gill. The 26th ranked prospect in the country and the No. 2 all-purpose back by the 247sports composite rankings, Gill, who is headed to Ohio State, was recently named one of Top 10 playmakers in high school football by MaxPreps. Gill rushed for 1,553 yards and 19 TDs as a sophomore. Fractured his fibula and missed his entire junior season. Seniors Jeriel Adarquah-Yiadom (defensive end) and Jonnie Woods (defensive back) are ones to watch.

* St. John's Jesuit (Toledo) – 6-4
The Titans will feature two of Ohio’s top senior prospects in linebacker Dallas J. Gant (Ohio State) and offensive lineman Austin Beier (Minnesota).

* North Ridgeville – 3-7
The Rangers will rally around two of Ohio’s best in senior running back Shomari Williams (1,530 rushing yards, 19 touchdowns) and senior linebacker Jamir Malone (120 tackles, 25 tackles-for-loss).

* Avon – 10-1, Region 6 quarterfinalist
The Eagles, who are looking for their eight straight playoff berth, will feature senior offensive lineman Jimmy Mckenna (Purdue) and senior linebacker Kyle Kudla.

* Kings (Kings Mill) –8-3, Region 8 quarterfinalist
The Knights return senior tight end Tommy Bauman (34 receptions, 544 yards, five touchdowns), senior offensive lineman Sam Burgin, junior specialist Hunter Jessee, junior running back Jake Stylski (803 yards, 10 touchdowns), senior receiver Justin Wise (50 receptions, 499 yards, four touchdowns) and senior linebacker Ethan Young. All were All-ECC last year.

Keep an eye on…
Teays Valley (Ashville)
Wooster
Hudson
Perrysburg
Ashland
Winton Woods (Cincinnati)
Lima Senior (Lima)
Wadsworth
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The first 2017 cleveland.com high school football top 25 poll. With 2016 records in parentheses.

1. ST. IGNATIUS (13-2)
Why first? Coach Chuck Kyle's Wildcats reached the pinnacle game last year in the state and are strong in an area that can help them get back: the offensive line and running back.
Senior Mark Bobinski is back after a 1,000-yard rushing season with Kentucky commit Darian Kinnard at tackle and guard Jack Jamieson, a cleveland.com all-star. St. Ignatius' question mark is with its defensive front seven, but the secondary is a strength with cornerback Cameron Toppin and safety Justin Sands.
2. ST. EDWARD (9-3)
Why second? This St. Edward team is potentially the most talented squad in Northeast Ohio, but it still is unproven.
Coach Tom Lombardo's defense has more experience with linebacker Omar Fattah and Michigan State commit Michael Dowell at cornerback. How the offense responds, with new starters across the board, will determine this team's fate.
3. ARCHBISHOP HOBAN (14-1)
Why third? Unlike the two teams above, Hoban came home with another state crown in 2016. The two-time defending Division III state champions are now in Division II. They lost running back William Collier, set to take over for Todd Sibley, to Akron East. But this team has five Division I college commits, including OT Nolan Rumler, DE Daeshon Martin, WR/CB Nate Bauer, WR Garrett Houser and senior G/C R.J. Kelly.
HUDSON (11-3) Why fourth? From Ron Wright to Jeff Gough, the Explorers have not lost a beat regardless of who is running the ship.
Hudson has made three straight state semifinals, the last two ending with losses to Massillon Perry. Hudson brings back eight starters on offense, including QB Colt Pallay and WR Greg Mailey, plus six on defense.
AVON (10-1) Why fifth? Upset in the first round of the DivisionII playoffs vs. Avon Lake, the Eagles flirted with state title contention after a No. 1 ranking by The Associated Press.
They have a Division I-bound left tackle in Jimmy McKenna (Purdue), returning junior QB Ryan Maloy and senior LB Kyle Kudla to lead a defense based on speed.
MENTOR
Why sixth? Mentor has one of the most potent offenses in Northeast Ohio, returning eight starters on that side of the ball. The headliner is QB Tadas Tatarunas, who has thrown for well more than 2,000 yards in each of his first two seasons as the starter. This team has potential on defense, led by junior DE Noah Potter — a Division I college recruit — but can the Cardinals improve on that side? They just missed the playoffs last year and gave up at least 30 points in six games.
7. CANTON MCKINLEY (6-5)
Why seventh? After playing their home games at Canton Central Catholic, the Bulldogs have upgraded back into renovated Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. McKinley gets four home games to start the season and has seven overall, which could make the difference for this team. West Virginia commit Josh Chandler leads the way at linebacker.
He is one of 12 returning starters for third-year coach Dan Reardon. Offensively, Javon Lewis rushed for 828 yards and six TDs last year.
8. MASSILLON PERRY (12-3)
Why eighth? After back-to-back DivisionII state title game appearances, coach Keith Wakefield takes his team to Division I after competitive balance's shakeup. The Panthers will be in the grinder of Region 1, which includes six other top 10 teams. Perry is built to survive the move with an experienced offensive line and eight returning starters on defense, led by Zach Blackiston.
STOW (10-2) Why ninth? Stow graduated a staggering 19 seniors from last year's playoff team and Suburban League co-champion.
However, coach Mark Nori's Bulldogs have returning pieces and a feeder system to make most programs envious. Junior DL/FB Adrian Woliver and senior RB/CB/KR Terrian Wray are among the veterans from multiple playoff runs.
SOLON (10-2) Why 10th? Several standouts from last year's Greater Cleveland Conference championship team are back. CB/ WR Taj Ward is a Cincinnati commit and RB Thomas Wilks emerged as a 1,000-yard back. However, coach Jim Mc-Quaide's squad is unproven up front. A serious test awaits in Week 1 with Aurora.
11. Euclid (7-4) 12. SVSM (7-5) 13. Aurora (10-2) 14. Barberton (8-3) 15. Warren Harding (11-2) 16. Lorain (10-3) 17. Akron East (8-4) 18. Olmsted Falls (9-4) 19. Midview (9-2) 20. Bedford (7-4) 21. Nordonia (3-7) 22. Massillon (8-3) 23. Woodridge (11-1) 24. Chardon (11-1) 25. Perry (13-1) On the cusp: Brecksville-Broadview Heights (8-3), Benedictine (3-7), Canton Central Catholic (11-3), Cleveland Heights (6-4), Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (8-3).
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WHBC 73rd High School Football Broadcast Season




WHBC welcomes you to our 73nd high school football broadcast year!
For WHBC Sports Guy blogs, Aultman Heart Center Ticker, DVD orders, live broadcasts on Stream #1 / Stream #2 and more, visit our special website @ www.whbcsports.com or just click through below:

From pre- to post-game we’ve got the best coverage of all. High School Football lives on WHBC! All games throughout our schedules begin at 7pm unless otherwise indicated. Schedules are subject to change. Visit our website often and/or listen for updates.
WHBC Sports is live on site with the Friday Night Shearer’s Snacks Radio Game of the Week. And don’t forget the Friday Night AultCare Stadium Show. Kenny and JT kick it off at 3pm broadcasting their show live from each stadium. It’s everything football from high school to OSU to the Browns! Then at 6pm, Joe Palmisano joins Kenny and JT to take an indepth look at all the high school football games scheduled for the weekend! Plus we have choice Saturday games, Stream #2 games and TV …
It’s the full coverage you’ve come to expect from WHBC Sports!


WHBC Radio Schedule
Broadcast Team: Dan Belford, Joe Palmisano and Denny Kinkead in the booth. Kenny Roda sideline.

Fri
08/25
Canfield @ Lousiville
Sat
08/26
Warren @ McKinley
Fri
09/01
GlenOak @ Massillon (7:30pm)
Fri
09/08
Boardman @ Jackson
Thu
09/14
Central @ St. Thomas
Fri
09/15
Ursuline @ Massillon (7:30pm)
Fri
09/22
Jackson @ Lake
Fri
09/29
Lake @ McKinley
Fri
10/06
Green @ Perry
Sat
10/07
GlenOak @ Ignatius
Fri
10/13
GlenOak @ McKinley
Fri
10/20
Lake @ GlenOak
Fri
10/27
GlenOak @ Perry
Sat
10/28
Massillon @ McKinley (2pm)


WHBC Streaming Schedule
Broadcast Team: Jon Bozeka and Derek Faiello in the booth.

Fri
08/25
St. Thomas @ Alliance
Fri
09/01
Perry @ Central
Fri
09/08
Massillon @ Warren
Fri
09/15
Canton South @ Minerva
Fri
09/22
Walsh Jesuit @ Perry
Fri
09/29
Malvern @ East Canton
Fri
10/06
McKinley @ Jackson
Fri
10/13
Northwest @ Fairless
Fri
10/20
St. Vincent St. Mary @ Massillon (7:30pm)
Fri
10/27
Tuslaw @ Fairless


WHBC TV Schedule
Broadcast Team: Dave Scheetz and Jim Ballard in the booth. David Lee Morgan Jr. sideline.
Time Warner Cable: Channels 11, 15 and WIVM Channel 989MCTV (Massillon) Cable: Channel 21 and WIVM Channel 128Games air 11pm Friday night nights and multiple replays are scheduled for Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Check your local listings.

Fri
08/25
Mentor @ Massillon (7:30pm)
Sat
08/26
Warren @ McKinley
Fri
09/01
Hoover @ Louisville
Fri
09/08
Hudson @ McKinley
Fri
09/15
Perry @ Jackson
Fri
09/22
McKinley @ Hoover
Fri
09/29
GlenOak @ Jackson
Fri
10/06
Hoover @ Lake
Fri
10/13
Jackson @ Central
Fri
10/20
McKinley @ Perry
Fri
10/27
Jackson @ Hoover
Sat
10/28
Massillon @ McKinley (2pm)
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Varsity Schedule
Regular Season Games (Record: 0-0)
Day
Date
Time
Opponent
Site
Score
W/L
Media
Statistics
Fri.
Aug. 25
7:30 pm
Mentor
H



Game Stats
Fri.
Sep. 1
7:30 pm
Canton GlenOak
H



Game Stats
Fri.
Sep. 8
7:00 pm
Warren Harding
A



Game Stats
Fri.
Sep. 15
7:30 pm
Yng. Ursuline
H



Game Stats
Fri.
Sep. 22
7:30 pm
Bedford
H



Game Stats
Fri.
Sep. 29
7:30 pm
Austintown Fitch
A



Game Stats
Fri.
Oct. 6
7:30 pm
Canisius, NY
H



Game Stats
Fri.
Oct. 13
7:30 pm
Akron Firestone
H



Game Stats
Fri.
Oct. 20
7:30 pm
Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary
H



Game Stats
Sat.
Oct. 27
2:00 pm
Canton McKinley




Junior Varsity Schedule
(Record: 0-0)
Day
Date
Time
Opponent
Site
Score
W/L
Sat.
Aug. 26
12:00 pm
Mentor
A


Sat.
Sep. 2
12:00 pm
GlenOak
A


Sat.
Sep. 9
TBA
Warren Harding
H


Sat.
Sep. 16
11:00 am
Yng. Ursuline
A


Sat.
Sep. 23
12:00 pm
Bedford
A


Sat.
Sep. 30
11:00 am
Austintown Fitch
H


Sat.
Oct. 14
10:00 am
Akron Firestone
A


Sat.
Oct. 21
10:00 am
Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary
H




Freshmen Schedule
Regular Season Games (Record: 0-0)
Day
Date
Time
Opponent
Site
Score
W/L
Sat.
Aug. 26
10:00 am
Mentor
A


Sat.
Sep. 2
10:00 am
GlenOak
A


Thu.
Sep. 7
6:00 pm
Warren Harding
H


Thu.
Sep. 14
6:00 pm
Yng. Ursuline
H


Sat.
Sep. 23
10:00 am
Bedford
A


Thu.
Sep. 28
6:00 pm
Austintown Fitch
H


Thu.
Oct. 12
6:00 pm
Akron Firestone
H


Thu.
Oct. 19
5:00 pm
Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary
A


Thu.
Oct. 26
6:00 pm
Canton McKinley
H




Middle School Schedules
Regular Season Games (Record: 1-0)
Day
Date
Time
Opponent
Site
Score
W/L
Wed.
Aug. 23
5:00 pm
Mansfield
A
22-0
W
Sat.
Sep. 2
2:00 pm
Oakwood
A


Thu.
Sep. 7
6:00 pm
Warren Harding
A


Wed.
Sep. 13
6:00 pm
Akron East
H


Wed.
Sep. 20
6:00 pm
Akron Ellet
H


Wed.
Sep. 27
5:00 pm
Akron Buchtel
A


Wed.
Oct. 4
6:00 pm
Austintown Fitch - Blue
H


Tue.
Oct. 10
6:00 pm
Austintown Fitch - Red
A




Opponent Schedules
Opponent
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6
Week 7
Week 8
Week 9
Week 10
W - L
Mentor
Massillon
Cleveland St. Ignatius
Cleveland Glenville
Strongsville
Brunswick
Medina
Shaker Heights
Solon
Euclid
Elyria
0 - 0
Canton Glenoak
Toledo Whitmer
Massillon
Thomas Moore, ON
North Canton Hoover
Green
Massillon Jackson
Cleveland St. Ignatius
Canton McKinley
Uniontown Lake
Massillon Perry
0 - 0
Warren Harding
Canton McKinley

Massillon
Austintown Fitch
Youngtown Ursuline
Ashtabula Lakeside
Boardman
Youngstown Mooney
Youngstown East
North Park, ON
0 - 0
Youngstown Ursuline
Cleveland Benedictine
Youngstown East
Akron Hoban
Massillon
Warren Harding
Aquinas, Rochester, NY
Steubenville
Boardman
Youngstown Mooney
Akron St. Vincent
0 - 0
Bedford
Nordonia
Elyria
Garfield Heights
Copley
Massillon
Maple Heights
Cleveland Heights
E. Cleveland Shaw
Lorain
Warrensville
0 - 0
Austintown Fitch
Hudson
Brunswick
Louisville
Warren Harding
Youngstown East
Massillon
Ashtabula Lakeside
Erie McDowell, PA
Boardman
Youngstown Mooney
0 - 0
Buffalo Canisius, NY
(open)
Pittsford, NY
Bishop McDevitt, PA
Bishop Timon, NY
St. Joseph, NY
Cardinal O'Hara, PA
Massillon
St. Thomas Aquinas, NY
St. Francis, NY
Erie Prep, PA
0 - 0
Akron Firestone
Wadsworth
Copley
Richfield Revere
Toledo Scott
Akron North
Akron East
Akr. Kenmore-Garfield
Massillon
Akron Ellet
Akron Buchtel
0 - 0
Akron St. Vincent
Dresden Tri-Valley
Walsh Jesuit
Akron Buchtel
Youngstown Mooney
Akron Hoban
Akron North
Barberton
Cincinnati LaSalle
Massillon
Youngstown Ursuline
0 - 0
Canton McKinley
Warren Harding
Wayne Hills, NJ
Hudson
Green
North Canton Hoover
Uniontown Lake
Massillon Jackson
Canton GlenOak
Massillon Perry
Massillon
0 - 0
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Momentum shift buries Massillon in opener

Aug 25, 2017 10:48 PM

MASSILLON Things were going just fine for Massillon for a quarter in its season opener against Mentor at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium. The Tigers held the lead and were keeping the high-flying Cardinals out of the end zone.
Then, on Massillon's second play of the second quarter, a tipped deep ball was intercepted by Mentor's Billy Gorka - with Gorka lying on his back.
Almost like it was an omen, that play changed everything.

The Cardinals would score on their next seven possessions, turning a seven-point Tiger lead into a 49-14 Mentor opening-night rout.

"They played well," a subdued Massillon coach Nate Moore said afterwards. "They're really good offensively."

Highlights:

After being held to just 40 yards on 11 first-quarter plays, which ended with Massillon in front 7-0, the Cardinals would gain 413 over 29 plays in the next two quarters alone. They would lead 42-14 after three quarters, then make it 49-14 three plays into the fourth quarters.

Mentor finished the game with 501 yards. Massillon, which had 96 yards in the first quarter, ended things with 249 total yards.

Of those 249 yards, 66 came on a touchdown pass from Aidan Longwell to Austin Kutscher in the third quarter. That made it briefly 28-14.

"We just needed to settle in," Mentor coach Steve Trivisonno said. "They were really geared up, and probably too much. I tried to crack a joke, but it didn't work. After that, we were a really good football team."

The ending was such a far cry from the beginning, especially for the Tigers.

Massillon couldn't have scripted a better start to the football season. A three-and-out by the Tiger defense on the first Cardinals possession led to great starting field position, at the Mentor 42.

A bad snap on first down, though, was followed by a 23-yard pass from Aidan Longwell to Austin Kutscher. The very next play, Marcellus Blake raced virtually untouched for a 21-yard touchdown run to give Massillon a 7-0 lead 94 seconds into the season.

"It was a good start," Moore said.

Blake, who finished with 10 yards on 47 carries, found himself in a featured role due to the absence of a pair of Tigers, Jamir Thomas and Louis Partridge. Both players did not play, according to Moore, due to internal matters he wouldn't discuss further.

Compounding things, Blake left the game early in the third quarter with an injury on a punt coverage. His status for the Week 2 home game against GlenOak is unknown.

Mentor's offense began to get going on the next two first-quarter drives, reaching Massillon's 25 and 34, respectively. The first one, though, ended on a diving interception by Dyson Berry, while the second one was halted on a fourth-down incomplete pass in the end zone on the first play of the second quarter.

Gorka's interception may have been the play that stood out the most as the momentum-changer, but it wasn't the only one. Massillon's second possession reached the Mentor 16, but the Tigers fumbled the ball away on first down.

"Not punching it in for a second touchdown also hurt," Moore said. "If we stick that in, we go up 14-0. Obviously, that puts us in a much better position."

That's when the Mentor offense, which had been tuning up in the first quarter, hit the gear for which it's become known. Three second-quarter possessions led to three second-quarter touchdowns for the Cardinals, who took a 21-7 lead into the locker room at halftime.

Outside of a Tiger personal foul flag on the first play of the first second-quarter possession and a Massillon offsides flag on the sixth play of the third, the three drives were textbook displays of crisp offensive football. A combined 23 plays over those three drives: 15 rushing plays for 103 yards, while 7-of-8 for 59 yards passing for quarterback Tadas Tatarunas.

All three scores were rushing for Mentor: 3-yard game-tying run by Chris Edmond; a 12-yard Tatarunas scamper for a 14-7 lead; and a 1-yard Nick Saginario plunge for a 21-7 lead.

Edmond finished with 111 yards, including a 56-yard touchdown run to make it 28-7 Mentor. Tatarunas rushed for 66 yards while completing 17-of-25 passes for 188 yards and two third-quarter touchdowns.

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Massillon keeps ball, win away from GlenOak

Sep 01, 2017 10:45 PM

MASSILLON Massillon played a game of keep-away on Friday night at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium.

The Tigers spent much of the game keeping the ball away from GlenOak. That led directly to Massillon keeping the win away from the Golden Eagles as well, as it emerged with a 24-10 victory to even its record at 1-1.
Aided by a 33-carry, 107-yard effort from Jamir Thomas, Massillon was able to run 80 plays in the game to just 43 for GlenOak, which is 0-2 for the first time since 1998. The Tigers finished with 356 total yards, while the Golden Eagles' 188.

"There's no doubt about it he was a part of it," Massillon coach Nate Moore said of Thomas, who had missed the season-opening loss to Mentor due to disciplinary reasons. "But great performance by our offense and a great performance by our defense, especially in the first half. I'm proud of those guys."

The tone of the game was set in the first half. Massillon's first two drives took 19 and 21 plays, respectively.

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Even more importantly, they both resulted in points. Klay Moll ended the first one with a 23-yard field goal for a 3-0 lead; Thomas ended the second one with a 1-yard plunge to give the Tigers a 10-3 lead.

By halftime, Massillon had already run 45 plays for 166 yards to just 16 plays for GlenOak for 61 yards. Of those, nine plays and 30 yards came on the Golden Eagles' first drive, which ended in a Dean Sarris 20-yard field goal to tie the game at 3-3.

"The first half, obviously, we just couldn't get off the field defensively," GlenOak coach Scott Garcia said. "They ran the ball right down our throats. I think it was 45 plays for them in the first half to 16 for us. You're not going to win games like that."

The running game certain was the backbone of the Tiger win. Massillon ran for 157 net yards on 55 carries - including 28 yards on 12 carries on a 15-play, game-sealing fourth-quarter scoring drive that ended on an Aidan Longwell 1-yard run with 2:33 remaining.

However, two pass plays may have been the ultimate difference. The first was a 33-yard Longwell-to-Austin Kutscher touchdown pass immediately after a Dyson Berry interception in the third quarter to put the Tigers in front 17-3.

The second, maybe bigger, one came on the final scoring drive. Facing a second-and-21 from the GlenOak 38, Longwell hit Dean Clark on a wheel route for 36 yards to the Eagle 2.

Three plays later, Longwell powered in from the 1 for a 24-10 Tiger lead. GlenOak would go four-and-out on its next possession to squelch any further threat.

"It was a great throw," Moore said of the Longwell-to-Clark pass. "It was sort of a back-shoulder throw. Great call by our offensive coaching staff. The kids executed, and that's what it takes to win big games."

Longwell, in his second start, was 15-of-25 for 209 yards with the one touchdown pass.

Meanwhile, GlenOak quarterback Tate Rhoads was never able to get the one part of his game that had Tiger defensive coaches most concerned in the week leading to the game. That would be his rushing ability.

Rhoads, who had 78 yards on six first-half carries before leaving with a broken collarbone in the teams' 2016 meeting, was held to just six rushing yards on four carries.

"He missed a couple of reads that he should've given the ball," Garcia said. "He just didn't do it. He didn't play very well and he knows it, and we're going to move on."

Rhoads was 16-of-24 for 145 yards with a 6-yard touchdown pass to Chris Armstead with 8:01 remaining to cut Massillon's lead to 17-10. He also had the interception, which Berry made on a diving catch after the ball deflected off of the receiver.

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Sep 11, 2017 2:36 PM

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the first weekly Associated Press poll of 2017, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I
1, Cin. St. Xavier (7) 3-0 187
2, Cle. St. Ignatius (11) 3-0 183
3, Stow (1) 3-0 96
4, Lakewood St. Edward 3-0 87
5, Canton McKinley 3-0 81
6, Tol. Whitmer (1) 3-0 80
7, Cin. Elder 3-0 69
8, Dublin Coffman (1) 3-0 67
9, Kettering Fairmont 3-0 66
10, Centerville 3-0 55
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Hilliard Bradley 36. 12, Lewis Center Olentangy Orange 34. 13, Springfield 29. 13, Thomas Worthington 29. 15, Huber Heights Wayne (1) 25. 16, Perry 24. 17, Liberty Twp. Lakota East 12. 17, Cin. Sycamore 12.

DIVISION II
1, Cin. La Salle (12) 3-0 175
2, Avon (1) 3-0 150
3, Cin. Anderson (3) 3-0 116
4, Cin. Winton Woods (1) 3-0 106
5, Cle. Benedictine (1) 3-0 95
6, Medina Highland 3-0 81
7, Boardman (1) 3-0 67
8, Grafton Midview 3-0 64
9, Col. Mifflin 3-0 57
10, Sidney 3-0 53
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Bedford (1) 43. 12, Barberton 35. 13, Hudson 31. 14, Wadsworth (1) 22. 15, Akron Hoban (1) 21. 16, Columbus Walnut Ridge 18. 16, Ashtabula Lakeside 18. 16, Sylvania Northview 18. 19, Amherst Steele 14. 20, Massillon 13.

DIVISION III
1, Trotwood-Madison (8) 3-0 176
2, Toledo Central Catholic (4) 3-0 118
3, St. Vincent-St. Mary 3-0 110
4, Clyde (4) 3-0 102
5, Col. DeSales (1) 3-0 90
6, Sandusky 3-0 86
7, Tallmadge (1) 3-0 81
8, Franklin (1) 3-0 80
9, Granville 3-0 72
10, Canfield (2) 3-0 50
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Col. Marion-Franklin 47. 12, Medina Buckeye 35. 13, Dover 25. 13, Jackson 25. 15, Parma Padua 23. 16, New Philadelphia 19. 17, Col. Hartley 17.

DIVISION IV
1, Steubenville (15) 3-0192
2, Perry (1) 3-0 138
3, Germantown Valley View 3-0 119
4, Bellville Clear Fork (1) 3-0 116
5, Poland (1) 3-0 97
6, Clarksville Clinton-Massie (2) 3-0 72
7, London 3-0 60
8, Cin. Wyoming 3-0 55
9, Bloom-Carroll 3-0 54
10, Shelby 3-0 48
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Newark Licking Valley 32. 12, Wauseon (1) 31. 13, New Concord John Glenn 27. 13, Girard (1) 27. 15, Oberlin Firelands 25. 16, Struthers 24. 17, Waverly 22. 18, Young. Mooney 14. 19, St. Marys Memorial 12.

DIVISION V
1, Pemberville Eastwood (7) 3-0 161
2, South Range (3) 3-0 118
3, Anna (2) 3-0117
4, Wheelersburg (4) 3-0 109
(tie), Liberty Center (2) 3-0 109
6, Columbus Academy (1) 3-0 81
7, Chesapeake 3-0 78
8, Genoa Area 3-0 63
9, Portsmouth West (1) 3-0 62
10, Orwell Grand Valley 3-0 45
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Sullivan Black River 31. 12, Jamestown Greeneview 22. 13, Lewistown Indian Lake 18. 13, Marion Pleasant (1) 18. 15, Camden Preble Shawnee 16. 16, Wickliffe 14. 16, Ottawa-Glandorf 14. 16, Milan Edison 14.

DIVISION VI
1, Maria Stein Marion Local (14) 3-0 168
2, St. Henry 3-0 145
3, Norwayne (6) 3-0 136
4, Kirtland (1) 3-0 114
5, Mogadore 3-0 107
6, Carey 3-0 79
7, Shadyside 3-0 46
8, Smithville 3-0 45
9, Sarahsville Shenandoah 3-0 43
10, Coldwater 1-2 41
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, West Liberty-Salem 37. 12, Nelsonville-York 29. 13, Mechanicsburg 28. 14, Jeromesville Hillsdale 19. 14, Fort Recovery 19.

DIVISION VII
1, Minster (9) 3-0 169
2, Dalton (4) 3-0 150
3, Cuyahoga Heights (3) 3-0 125
4, Danville (2) 3-0 118
5, Leipsic 3-0 94
6, Convoy Crestview 3-0 81
7, Norwalk St. Paul (2) 3-0 71
8, Warren JFK 2-1 48
9, Defiance Ayersville 3-0 43
10, Windham 3-0 31
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Sycamore Mohawk 29. 11, Canal Winchester Harvest Prep 29. 13, Zanesville Rosecrans 26. 14, Racine Southern 25. 15, Edgerton (1) 22. 16, Vienna Mathews 21. 17, Delphos St. John's 18. 18, Sidney Lehman 14. 19, Pandora-Gilboa 13.





Sep 18, 2017 6:30 PM

COLUMBUS (AP) How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the second weekly Associated Press poll of 2017, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I
1. Cle. St. Ignatius (8) 4-0 236
2. Cin. St. Xavier (15) 4-0 229
3. Stow 4-0 159
4. Lakewood St. Edward (1) 4-0 150
5. Canton McKinley 4-0 141
6. Tol. Whitmer (1) 4-0 130
7. Centerville 4-0 113
8. Kettering Fairmont 4-0 97
9. Hilliard Bradley 4-0 41
10. Huber Heights Wayne (1) 3-1 26
Others receiving 12 or more points: Cin. Elder 22. Cin. Moeller 15. Lewis Center Olentangy 13. Mentor 13.

DIVISION II
1. Cin. La Salle (23) 4-0 250
2. Avon (1) 4-0 213
3. Cin. Anderson (1) 4-0 189
4. Cin. Winton Woods 4-0 165
5. Medina Highland 4-0 134
6. Grafton Midview 4-0 121
7. Sidney 4-0 99
8. Cle. Benedictine 3-1 37
9. Bedford 4-0 32
10. Col. Walnut Ridge 4-0 29
(tie) Barberton 4-0 29
Others receiving 12 or more points: Akron Hoban 26. Youngstown Boardman 26. Hudson 20. Sylvania Northview 19. Wadsworth (1) 18.

DIVISION III
1. Trotwood-Madison (16) 4-0 245
2. Tol. Central Catholic (7) 4-0 211
3. St. Vincent-St. Mary 4-0 176
4. Clyde (1) 4-0 159
5. Sandusky 4-0 128
6. Franklin (1) 4-0 119
7. Canfield (1) 4-0 118
8. Col. St. Francis DeSales 3-1 40
9. Col. Marion-Franklin 4-0 33
10. Jackson 4-0 32
Others receiving 12 or more points: Medina Buckeye 30. Parma Padua 27. Col. Hartley 20. Tallmadge 18.

DIVISION IV
1. Steubenville (21) 4-0 228
2. Perry (1) 4-0 189
3. Germantown Valley View (1) 4-0 180
4. Clear Fork 4-0 163
5. Poland (1) 4-0 130
6. Clarksville Clinton-Massie (1) 4-0 120
7. London 4-0 100
8. Shelby 4-0 79
9. Cin. Wyoming 4-0 78
10. Oberlin Firelands 4-0 29
Others receiving 12 or more points: Girard (1) 23. Waverly 23. Newark Licking Valley 20.

DIVISION V
1. Pemberville Eastwood (12) 4-0 225
2. South Range (7) 4-0 207
3. Anna (1) 4-0 175
4. Wheelersburg (4) 4-0 168
5. Liberty Center (1) 4-0 154
6. Genoa Area 4-0 102
7. Portsmouth West 4-0 90
8. Orwell Grand Valley 4-0 78
9. Gates Mills Gilmour Academy 4-0 33
10. Marion Pleasant 3-0 28
Others receiving 12 or more points: Jamestown Greeneview (1) 27. Sullivan Black River 23. Columbus Academy 16. Johnstown Northridge 12. Milan Edison 12.

DIVISION VI
1. Maria Stein Marion Local (23) 4-0 255
2. St. Henry 4-0 188
3. Norwayne (1) 4-0 169
4. Kirtland (2) 4-0 168
5. Mogadore 4-0 166
6. Carey 4-0 100
7. Smithville 4-0 90
8. Coldwater 2-2 63
9. Sarahsville Shenandoah 4-0 57
10. Nelsonville-York 4-0 38
Others receiving 12 or more points: West Liberty-Salem 27. Shadyside 17. Findlay Liberty-Benton 15. Tipp City Bethel 14. Galion Northmor 13.

DIVISION VII
1. Dalton (12) 4-0 206
2. Cuyahoga Heights (4) 4-0 193
3. Leipsic (1) 4-0 166
4. Minster (4) 3-1 163
5. Convoy Crestview 4-0 143
6. Norwalk St. Paul (3) 4-0 131
7. Warren JFK 4-0 82
8. Windham (1) 4-0 79
9. Danville 3-1 47
10. Edgerton 4-0 38
Others receiving 12 or more points: Delphos St. John's 28. Pandora-Gilboa 24. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep 23. Sycamore Mohawk 17. Zanesville Rosecrans 14. Defiance Ayersville 14. Sidney Lehman 13.

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1. St. Ignatius (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 1, beat Detroit Central Catholic, 38-7
This week: Saturday at Cincinnati Elder
The Wildcats are off to their first 4-0 start since 2012. They nearly reached that mark last season before a 28-21 overtime loss to the Shamrocks in Michigan. St. Ignatius avenged it Friday at Byers Field in thorough fashion. The other three victories are against teams ranked in the top 15.

2. St. Edward (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 2, beat Cincinnati Elder, 40-7
This week: Saturday vs. Buchtel
The state was put on notice Saturday with the Eagles’ demolition of Elder. Senior safety Darnell Shields chalked up the performance by giving credit to their preparation. “Practice is way harder than the game, honestly,” he said.

3. Canton McKinley (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 3, beat Green, 32-8
This week: Friday at North Canton Hoover
Bulldogs coach Dan Reardon picked up his 100th victory in the Federal League opener. Their schedule remains favorable leading into a Week 7 matchup at Massillon Jackson, which moved up this week’s rankings.

4. Avon (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 4, beat North Olmsted, 51-14
This week: Friday vs. No. 12 Midview
Once again, Avon meets its chief Southwestern Conference nemesis with plenty at stake. The SWC lead isn’t all that is on the line Friday at Joe Firment Stadium. Both teams are ranked Nos. 1 and 2 in Division II, Region 6, according to JoeEitel.com.

5. Mentor (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 5, beat Strongsville, 42-27
This week: Friday vs. Brunswick
Coach Steve Trivisonno’s Cardinals turned down one upstart Greater Cleveland Conference opponent. They draw another one this week, as Mark Pinzone’s Blue Devils are off to a 3-1 start and have already eclipsed their two-win total from last year.

6. Archbishop Hoban (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 6, beat Silverthorn Collegiate Institute, 41-0
This week: Friday vs. No. 9 St. Vincent-St. Mary at InfoCision Stadium
This will be the only time Hoban plays rival STVM this year, thanks to the Knights’ move up to Division II. They previously met in consecutive postseasons. Add that “The Akron Holy War” documentary premiered Sunday, and this year’s installment has an extra kick to it.

7. Stow (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 8, beat North Royalton, 49-21
This week: Friday at No. 24 Wadsworth
Stow’s stingy defense will test the Suburban League’s most proficient offense through four weeks. This also will match multisport quarterbacks, as the Bulldogs’ Coryon Rice (basketball) counters Wadsworth’s Joey Baughman (Virginia wrestling commit).

8. Hudson (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 9, beat Brecksville, 23-20
This week: Friday vs. Nordonia
The area is rich with kickers this year, and Hudson has one of them in Grant Gonya. The Youngstown State commit booted three field goals Friday, which helped the Explorers edge Brecksville. “He hadn’t kicked a field goal in the last couple of games,” coach Jeff Gough said Friday, “so for him to come out (then) and be perfect shows a lot about him as a player.” Kevin Callahan added 204 yards rushing for a balanced attack.

9. St. Vincent-St. Mary (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 10, beat Youngstown Cardinal Mooney, 27-21
This week: Friday vs. No. 6 Hoban at InfoCision Stadium
Sophomore running back Terrance Keyes Jr. continues to provide a boost. He scored twice Friday vs. Mooney, providing insurance before a late Cardinals rally. Hoban’s defense is coming off back-to-back shutouts.

10. Bedford (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 11, beat Copley, 52-21
This week: Friday at No. 19 Massillon
Both Bedford coach Sean Williams and a scout from Indiana compared 5-foot-7 Davion Johnson to Glenville graduate Shane Wynn, now with the Jacksonville Jaguars after spending his college years with the Hoosiers. All Johnson did Friday was turn nine receptions into a career-high 302 yards and three touchdowns. He and senior DeAngelo Howard provided the offensive fireworks in the absence of leading rusher Kenny Wilkins, who is expected back this week from suspension.

11. Barberton (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 12, beat Revere, 52-6
This week: Friday at Copley
The Magics continue to make any team put in front of them disappear. Running back Jeff Parker scored four times with 154 yards on just 15 carries in their latest performance.

12. Midview (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 13, beat Amherst, 27-7
This week: Friday at No. 4 Avon
The Middies have handed opponents their first loss in consecutive weeks. Can they do it again? Seamus Higley’s three touchdown passes, including two to Alonzo Banks, paced last week’s effort vs. Amherst.

13. Solon (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 14, beat Elyria, 33-6
This week: Friday vs. Strongsville
Solon bounced back from its first loss of the season to Stow. Jim McQuaide’s Comets scored three times off defense and special teams at Elyria.

14. Euclid (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 15, beat Medina, 34-7
This week: Friday vs. Elyria
Euclid picked apart a Medina team still without standout receiver Dylan Fultz. Ronald Lee rushed for 179 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Panthers.

15. Massillon Jackson (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 21, beat Massillon Perry, 38-7
This week: Friday at Uniontown Lake
Massachusetts commit Jaret Pallotta led the Polar Bears’ head-turning win vs. Perry with 389 yards passing and four touchdowns.

16. Massillon Perry (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 7, lost to No. Massillon Jackson, 38-7
This week: Friday vs. Walsh Jesuit
Perry coach Keith Wakefield told FridayNightOhio.com his team might not win another Federal League game if it doesn’t fix the mistakes from Friday’s loss. Their efficient running game stalled and the defense came in giving up just 28 points through the first three games. Of course, Jackson exceeded that in one night.

17. Padua (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 16, beat Warrensville Heights, 56-34
This week: Friday vs. Garfield Heights
Mike Polevacik’s Bruins continue to ascend on the field. They move down a spot this week in the rankings only because Jackson’s impressive performance vs. a two-time state finalist. Padua’s Trent Cramer rushed for 194 yards, while Kevin Peterson passed for 254 to lead the offensive fireworks at Warrensville Heights.

18. Perry (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 17, beat Beachwood, 58-0
This week: Friday vs. Wickliffe
How about this for instant offense? Freshman Jaylen Anderson scored four times on eight touches last week vs. Beachwood. Perry now faces a 3-1 Wickliffe squad coming off an initial, hard 42-14 loss to Chagrin Falls.

19. Massillon (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 23, beat Youngstown Ursuline, 42-13
This week: Friday vs. No. 10 Bedford
The Tigers have improved since a challenging preseason and Week 1 blowout loss to Mentor. Massillon has a three-game win streak, but coach Nate Moore told FridayNightOhio.com his team must be even better vs. Bedford.

20. Lorain (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 18, beat Garfield Heights, 38-32
This week: Friday vs. Clarkson Canada North
With three straight wins, Lorain is off to a faster start than last year’s Division I regional finalist squad. This week’s matchup with a Canadian prep program leads into the five-game Lake Erie League schedule. Clarkson has wins vs. Cleveland Heights and Pennsylvania’s Erie McDowell, so this one should provide a good barometer.

21. Olmsted Falls (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 20, beat Lakewood, 49-7
This week: Friday vs. North Ridgeville
Tom DeLuca’s Bulldogs are two week’s into a three-week stretch vs. winless opponents. It has offered his offense a chance to reset following the Week 2 loss to Avon with consecutive 49-point performances.

22. Highland (4-0)
Last week: Ranked No. 22, beat Kent Roosevelt, 34-17
This week: Friday at Revere
Receiver Jake Rogers moved into the backfield last week to replace injured regulars Brent Ponikvar and Max Beier. All Rogers did was rush 19 times for 235 yards and three touchdowns.

23. Akron East (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 25, beat Dover, 34-24
This week: Friday vs. Kenmore-Garfield
Marques Hayes’ Dragons appeared poised for a second playoff appearance in program history. Devanier Floyd rushed for nearly 300 yards last week to help beat Dover, a 2016 playoff team that last year defeated East. None of East’s remaining opponents are better than 2-2 at this point.

24. Wadsworth (4-0)
Last week: Not ranked, beat Nordonia, 57-29
This week: Friday vs. No. 7 Stow
The Grizzlies put up 570 yards of offense and sacked Nordonia quarterback Robby Levak 10 times in their blowout of the winless Knights. Wadsworth quarterback Joey Baughman and running back Brock Snowball accumulated most of the offense for a team that has yet to score fewer than 44 points.

25. Benedictine (3-1)
Last week: Ranked No. 19, lost to Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep, 62-28
This week: Friday vs. Columbus Bishop Watterson
For an idea of how well Cathedral Prep is playing, it had not trailed after the first quarter until last week vs. Benedictine. The unbeaten Ramblers had given up just 14 points entering the matchup. Benedictine senior Michael Williams doubled his season total by catching nine passes for 83 yards.

Dropped out
Warren Harding (0-3, was No. 24)

On the cusp of the Top 25
Brunswick (3-1), Canfield (4-0), Chardon (3-1), Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (4-0), Twinsburg (3-1).
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No. 19 Massillon 56, No. 10 Bedford 46: Tigers use big third quarter to defeat Bearcats

By Ryan Isley, Special to cleveland.com
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09/22 - 7:30 PM Football

Final

Bedford
46
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56

MASSILLON, Ohio – Massillon used four third-quarter touchdowns to defeat Bedford, 56-46, in a high school football game at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium Friday night.

Sophomore running back Zion Phifer started the third quarter scoring for Massillon with a 16-yard run with 10:27 left in the third quarter. After a Bedford fumble, Jamir Thomas scored on a 2-yard run to give the Tigers a 42-22 lead.

Bedford responded with a touchdown run by Deangelo Howard, but the Tigers struck right back on the next drive when Phifer scored on a 1-yard run. Phifer had set up the score with a long run on the first play of the drive. Phifer finished the night with 202 yards rushing on 31 carries and scored three touchdowns.

“We were able to run the football,” Massillon coach Nate Moore said. “The offensive line played great.”
Massillon, ranked No. 19 in the cleveland.com Top 25, took advantage of a turnover on downs from Bedford’s offense to score its fourth touchdown of the third quarter. Sophomore quarterback Aiden Longwellthrew a 25-yard pass to Austin Kutscher with just five seconds remaining in the quarter to take a 56-30 lead. Longwell threw three touchdown passes on the night.

“We needed our offense tonight,” Moore said. “It was a great team. We knew we were going to be hard to contain. Our offense stepped up big and I am happy with a 10-point victory.”

Bedford, ranked No. 10 by cleveland.com, scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to keep the game close. Quarterback Emmanuel Jenkins threw two touchdown passes to Davion Johnson to get the Bearcats within 56-46 with 7:03 left. Jenkins threw for 313 yards and three touchdowns.

It was too little, too late for the Bearcats, as Massillon took more than three minutes off the clock on its next possession and forced Bedford to start on its own 13. Kenneth Wilkins ran for 33 yards on the first play, but the Tigers defense held for a turnover on downs on the four plays after that.
Massillon jumped out to a 14-0 lead after the defense forced turnovers on each of Bedford’s first two possessions. Longwell hit Jayden Ballard for a 45-yard touchdown pass; and then Phifer scored on a run from 17 yards out.

Kenneth Wilkins got Bedford back into the game when he broke a 65-yard run on the Bearcats’ first play from scrimmage following the Phifer score. Wilkins then scored again on a 6-yard touchdown run on the first play of the second quarter.

Wilkins gave the Bearcats their only lead of the night on the ensuing 2-point conversion, finding Jenkins on a halfback pass. Wilkins finished the game with 166 yards rushing on 17 carries.
Massillon took the lead back for good when Thomas ran for a 3-yard touchdown with 7:09 left in the second quarter. Longwell threw his second touchdown pass of the night, this one for 16 yards to Austin Kutscher, to give Massillon a 28-16 lead with 2:39 left in the first half.
Bedford ended the first half with a touchdown as time expired when Jenkins found Decarleen Townsend for an 11-yard pass to send the Bearcats to the locker room trailing 28-22.

Next week, Massillon (4-1) will play at Austintown-Fitch. Bedford (4-1) will host Maple Heights. Both games will be played on Friday, Sept. 29 at 7 p.m.

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COLUMBUS (AP) — How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the weekly Associated Press poll of 2017, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I
1. Cle.St. Ignatius (16) 5-0 231
2. Cin. St. Xavier (8) 5-0 216
3. Lakewood St. Edward 5-0 171
4. Canton McKinley 5-0 149
5. Centerville 5-0 144
6. Tol. Whitmer (1) 5-0 141
7. Hilliard Bradley 5-0 106
8. Huber Heights Wayne 4-1 51
9. Stow 4-1 37
10. Mentor 5-0 33
Others receiving 12 or more points: Beavercreek 13. Cin. Elder 12.

DIVISION II
1. Avon (14) 5-0 222
2. Cin. Winton Woods (10) 5-0 219
3. Cin. Anderson 5-0 189
4. Medina Highland 5-0 144
5. Cin. La Salle 4-1 140
6. Sidney 5-0 105
7. Col. Walnut Ridge 5-0 66
8. Wadsworth 5-0 58
(tie) Cle.Benedictine 4-1 58
10. Grafton Midview 4-1 44
Others receiving 12 or more points: Sylvania Northview 34. Barberton (1) 28. Akron Hoban 18. Dayton Belmont 12.

DIVISION III
1. Trotwood-Madison (16) 5-0 235
2. Tol. Central Catholic (5) 5-0 212
3. Clyde (1) 5-0 181
4. Canfield (2) 5-0 161
5. Sandusky 5-0 124
6. Col. Marion-Franklin 5-0 107
7. St. Vincent-St. Mary 4-1 63
8. Medina Buckeye 5-0 56
9. Parma Padua 5-0 52
10. Franklin 4-1 36
Others receiving 12 or more points: Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin 25. Col. Hartley 24. Kettering Alter 17. Bay Village (1) 15. Tallmadge 13. New Philadelphia 12.

DIVISION IV
1. Steubenville (19) 5-0 228
2. Germantown Valley View (1) 5-0 183
3. Perry (2) 5-0 180
4. Bellville Clear Fork (2) 5-0 148
5. Poland (1) 5-0 124
6. Clarksville Clinton-Massie 5-0 111
7. London 5-0 85
8. Shelby 5-0 61
9. Oberlin Firelands 5-0 58
10. Cin. Wyoming 5-0 57
Others receiving 12 or more points: Newark Licking Valley 35. Canton South 22. Girard 21.

DIVISION V
1. Pemberville Eastwood (11) 5-0 201
2. S. Range (5) 5-0 195
3. Anna (2) 5-0 182
4. Wheelersburg (3) 5-0 161
5. Portsmouth West (1) 5-0 132
(tie) Liberty Center (1) 5-0 132
7 Marion Pleasant (2) 4-0 101
8. Grand Valley 5-0 85
9. Black River 5-0 29
10. Jamestown Greeneview 5-0 25
Others receiving 12 or more points: Genoa Area 20. Archbold 18. Milan Edison 14. Tontogany Otsego 12.

DIVISION VI
1. Maria Stein Marion Local (20) 5-0 240
2. Mogadore (3) 5-0 195
3. Kirtland (2) 5-0 174
4. Smithville 5-0 144
5. Sarahsville Shenandoah 5-0 109
6. Nelsonville-York 5-0 99
7. Coldwater 3-2 78
8. St. Henry 4-1 77
9. Norwayne 4-1 54
10. Rootstown 5-0 53
Others receiving 12 or more points: West Liberty-Salem 43. Findlay Liberty-Benton 31.

DIVISION VII
1. Dalton (20) 5-0 229
2. Cuyahoga Heights (2) 4-0 197
3. Convoy Crestview (1) 5-0 191
4. Norwalk St. Paul (2) 5-0 151
5. Danville 4-1 116
6. Leipsic 4-1 111
7. Pandora-Gilboa 5-0 72
8. Windham 4-1 48
9. Minster 3-2 41
10. Sidney Lehman 4-1 32
Others receiving 12 or more points: Lucas 23. Sycamore Mohawk 22. Harvest Prep 21. Warren JFK 20. Lisbon David Anderson 17. Delphos St. John's 15. Edgerton 12.
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Oct 02, 2017 6:30 PM

COLUMBUS (AP) How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the weekly Associated Press poll of 2017, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I
1. Cle. St. Ignatius (18) 6-0 260
2. Cin. St. Xavier (9) 6-0 248
3. Lakewood St. Edward 6-0 212
4. Centerville 6-0 168
5. Tol. Whitmer (1) 6-0 155
6. Canton McKinley 6-0 151
7. Hilliard Bradley 6-0 115
8. Mentor 5-1 52
9. Stow 5-1 40
10. Pickerington North 5-1 19
Others receiving 12 or more points: Olentangy Orange 16. Pickerington Central 13.

DIVISION II
1. Avon (19) 6-0 249
2. Cin. Winton Woods (8) 6-0 244
3. Cin. La Salle 5-1 182
4. Cin. Anderson 6-0 181
5. Medina Highland 6-0 154
6. Sidney 6-0 121
7. Wadsworth (1) 6-0 115
8. Col. Walnut Ridge 6-0 89
9. Cle. Benedictine 5-1 47
10. Grafton Midview 5-1 39
Others receiving 12 or more points: Akron Hoban 25. Sylvania Northview 23. Hudson 15. Dayton Belmont 14. Barberton 13. Massillon 13.

DIVISION III
1. Trotwood-Madison (22) 6-0 261
2. Clyde (1) 6-0 198
3. Canfield (4) 6-0 192
4. Tol. Central Catholic 5-1 151
5. Sandusky 6-0 128
6. Col. Marion-Franklin 6-0 115
7. Parma Padua 6-0 103
8. Medina Buckeye 6-0 90
9. St. Vincent-St. Mary 6-0 78
10. Franklin 5-1 44
Others receiving 12 or more points: Col. Hartley 38. Bay Village Bay (1) 26. Col. DeSales 19. Kettering Alter 16. New Philadelphia 14. Tallmadge 13. Chardon 12.

DIVISION IV
1. Steubenville (22) 6-0 252
2. Germantown Valley View (3) 6-0 223
3. Perry (1) 6-0 164
4. Clear Fork 6-0 162
5. Clinton-Massie (1) 6-0 153
6. Poland (1) 6-0 137
7. London 6-0 104
8. Shelby 6-0 87
9. Firelands 6-0 63
10. Cin. Wyoming 6-0 61
Others receiving 12 or more points: Girard 18. Cin. Indian Hill 17. Plain City Jonathan Alder 16. Newark Licking Valley 15. Young. Mooney 13.

DIVISION V
1. Pemberville Eastwood (15) 6-0 232
2. Wheelersburg (9) 6-0 213
3. South Range (2) 6-0 201
4. Portsmouth West 6-0 166
5. Marion Pleasant (1)5-0145
6. Grand Valley 6-0 108
7. Black River 6-0 102
8. Anna 5-1 98
9. Jamestown Greeneview 6-0 83
10. Archbold (1) 5-1 37
Others receiving 12 or more points: Liberty Center 26. Milan Edison 21. Belmont Union Local 20. Col. Academy 19. Tontogany Otsego 18. Bethel-Tate 17.

DIVISION VI
1. Maria Stein Marion Local (26) 6-0 278
2. Kirtland (1) 6-0 201
3. Mogadore (1) 5-0 196
4. Nelsonville-York 6-0 153
5. Shenandoah 6-0 129
6. St. Henry 5-1 102
7. Rootstown 6-0 97
8. Coldwater 4-2 96
9. Norwayne 5-1 91
10. Findlay Liberty-Benton 5-1 38
Others receiving 12 or more points: Smithville 28. Mechanicsburg 22. West Liberty-Salem 16.

DIVISION VII
1. Dalton (19) 6-0 264
2. Cuyahoga Heights (3) 6-0 222
3. Norwalk St. Paul (5) 6-0 212
4. Pandora-Gilboa (1) 6-0 170
5. Danville 5-1 149
6. Windham 5-1 89
7. Convoy Crestview 5-1 87
8. Sidney Lehman 5-1 85
9. Delphos St. John's 4-2 40
10. Haviland Wayne Trace 5-1 32
(tie) Lucas 5-1 32
(tie) Harvest Prep 5-1 32
Others receiving 12 or more points: McComb 30. Minster 22. Warren JFK 16. Lisbon David Anderson 16.
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Oct 16, 2017 6:30 PM

COLUMBUS How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the weekly Associated Press poll of 2017, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I
1. Cin. St. Xavier (20) 8-0 243
2. Lakewood St. Edward (4) 8-0 227
3. Tol. Whitmer (1) 8-0 178
4. Canton McKinley 8-0 145
5. Hilliard Bradley 8-0 132
6. Cle. St. Ignatius 7-1 113
7. Mentor 7-1 85
8. Centerville 7-1 60
9. Stow 7-1 53
10. Olentangy Orange 8-0 44
Others receiving 12 or more points: Pickerington Central 27. Cin. Moeller 23. Cin. Elder (1) 16. Huber Heights Wayne 15. Cin. Colerain 14. Euclid 13.

DIVISION II
1. Avon (17) 8-0 236
2. Cin. Anderson (2) 8-0 198
3. Wadsworth (1) 8-0 182
4. Cin. Winton Woods (4) 7-1 161
5. Barberton 8-0 123
6. Hoban 7-1 121
7. Cin. La Salle (2) 6-2 115
8. Col. Walnut Ridge 7-0 110
9. Sidney 7-1 38
10. Whitehouse Anthony Wayne 7-1 23
Others receiving 12 or more points: Medina Highland 20. Dayton Belmont 20. Olmsted Falls 17. Troy 13. Hudson 12.

DIVISION III
1. Trotwood-Madison (18) 8-0 243
2. Canfield (4) 8-0 192
3. Tol. Central Catholic 7-1 184
4. Sandusky (3) 8-0 163
5. Medina Buckeye 8-0 119
6. Bay Village (1) 8-0 104
(tie) Col. Hartley 7-1 104
8. Franklin 7-1 71
9. Clyde 7-1 67
10. Parma Padua 7-1 34
Others receiving 12 or more points: Kettering Alter 32. Goshen 17. Bellefontaine 17. Col. DeSales 14. Col. Marion-Franklin 13.

DIVISION IV
1. Steubenville (21) 8-0 238
2. Valley View (3) 8-0 203
3. Perry (1) 8-0 178
4. Clear Fork 8-0 158
5. Shelby 8-0 151
6. Cin. Wyoming 8-0 120
7. Clarksville Clinton-Massie 7-1 66
8. St. Marys Memorial 7-1 46
9. Poland 7-1 38
10. Girard (1) 8-0 33
Others receiving 12 or more points: Firelands 27. Cortland Lakeview 26. St. Clairsville 26. Licking Valley 26. London 26. Indian Valley 23.

DIVISION V
1. Pemberville Eastwood (17) 8-0 239
2. Wheelersburg (6) 8-0 213
3. S. Range (2) 8-0 199
4. Portsmouth West 8-0 153
5. Marion Pleasant (1) 7-0 139
6. Anna 7-1 126
7. Grand Valley 8-0 96
8. Archbold 7-1 73
9. Jamestown Greeneview 8-0 69
10. Bethel-Tate 8-0 45
Others receiving 12 or more points: Black River 15.

DIVISION VI
1. Maria Stein Marion Local (21) 8-0 253
2. Kirtland (4) 8-0 212
3. Mogadore (1) 7-0 180
4. Nelsonville-York 8-0 145
5. Rootstown 8-0 132
6. Coldwater 6-2 105
7. Findlay Liberty-Benton 7-1 96
8. Norwayne 7-1 88
9. St. Henry 6-2 60
10. Lima Central Catholic 7-1 30
Others receiving 12 or more points: Sarahsville Shenandoah 27. Chillicothe Southeastern 20.

DIVISION VII
1. Norwalk St. Paul (12) 8-0 229
2. Dalton (11) 8-0 215
3. Cuyahoga Heights (3) 7-1 195
4. Danville 7-1 140
5. Convoy Crestview 7-1 136
6. Sidney Lehman 7-1 107
7. Lucas 7-1 94
8. Harvest Prep 7-1 67
9. Pandora-Gilboa 7-1 63
10. McComb 7-1 41
Others receiving 12 or more points: Minster 31. Waterford 29. East Canton 17. Delphos St. John's 14. Haviland Wayne Trace 13.
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How's you team doing? Qualify for the playoffs?
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Boardman 2017 Football (6-4)







8/25
A
Youngstown East (1-9)
[2:7]
W
41-7

9/1
H
Howland (6-4)
[3:9]
W
35-17

9/8
A
Jackson (8-2)
[1:1]
W
39-36

9/15
A
Steubenville (10-0)
[4:13]
L
21-42

9/22
H
Cardinal Mooney (6-4)
[4:13]
L
7-21

9/29
H
Canfield (10-0)
[3:9]
L
7-17

10/6
A
Warren G Harding (2-7)
[2:5]
W
28-21

10/12
A
Ursuline (2-8)
[4:13]
W
20-14
2 ot
10/20
H
Austintown-Fitch (6-4)
[1:1]
L
7-28

10/27
H
Lakeside (4-6)
[2:5]
W
42-6

11/3
A
# Massillon Washington (7-3)
[2:7]



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Yeah about to get its third straight state title...one actually fought for on the field
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Oct 30, 2017 6:30 PM

COLUMBUS How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the weekly Associated Press poll of 2017 by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I
1. Cleveland St. Ignatius (18) 9-1 216
2. Toledo Whitmer (5) 10-0 170
3. Lakewood St. Edward 9-1 159
4. Cincinnati St. Xavier 9-1 155
5. Hilliard Bradley 10-0 149
6. Mentor 9-1 106
7. Centerville 9-1 102
8. Pickerington Central 9-1 58
9. Stow-Munroe Falls 9-1 53
10. Cincinnati Colerain 8-2 29
Others receiving 12 or more points: Canton McKinley 14, Euclid 12, Massillon Perry 12.

DIVISION II
1. Avon (16) 10-0 219
2. Cincinnati Winton Woods (5) 9-1 181
3. Wadsworth 10-0 168
4. Barberton (1) 10-0 146
5. Akron Hoban 9-1 141
6. Cincinnati La Salle 8-2 125
7. Cincinnati Anderson 9-1 89
8. Sidney 9-1 50
9. Whitehouse Anthony Wayne 9-1 34
10. Olmsted Falls (1) 9-1 27
Others receiving 12 or more points: Columbus Walnut Ridge 24, Dayton Belmont 19, Bedford 13.

DIVISION III
1. Trotwood-Madison (17) 10-0205
2. Canfield (3) 10-0171
3. Sandusky (1) 10-0137
4. Medina Buckeye 10-0126
5. Bay Village Bay (2) 10-0121
6. Columbus Bishop Hartley 9-1 107
7. Kettering Archbishop Alter 9-1 91
8. Toledo Central Catholic 8-2 81
9. Bellefontaine 9-1 54
10. Columbus Independence 9-1 27
Others receiving 12 or more points: Parma Padua 23, Goshen 21, New Philadelphia 15, Alliance 12, Peninsula Woodridge 12.

DIVISION IV
1. Steubenville (17) 10-0 201
2. Germantown Valley View (3) 10-0 180
3. Perry (2) 10-0 153
4. Bellville Clear Fork (1) 10-0 136
5. Shelby 10-0 133
6. Cincinnati Wyoming 10-0 123
7. Clarksville Clinton-Massie 9-1 80
8. St. Marys Memorial 9-1 47
9. Girard 9-1 45
10. Newark Licking Valley 10-0 42
Others receiving 12 or more points: Gnadenhutten Indian Valley 21, Youngstown Cardinal Mooney 20, Cortland Lakeview 15, Poland Seminary 14.

DIVISION V
1. Pemberville Eastwood (14) 10-0 208
2. Canfield S. Range (5) 10-0 200
3. Wheelersburg (4) 10-0 172
4. Orwell Grand Valley 10-0 126
5. Jamestown Greeneview 10-0 102
6. Marion Pleasant 8-1 93
7. Bethel-Tate 10-0 72
8. Portsmouth West 9-1 66
9. Archbold 8-2 33
10. West Jefferson 9-0 31
Others receiving 12 or more points: Sullivan Black River 30, Anna 28, Johnstown-Monroe 25, Casstown Miami East 21.

DIVISION VI
1. Maria Stein Marion Local (18) 10-0 203
2. Kirtland (1) 10-0 182
3. Nelsonville-York (3) 10-0 155
4. Rootstown (1) 10-0 151
5. Findlay Liberty-Benton 9-1 107
6. Creston Norwayne 9-1 89
7. Lima Central Catholic 9-1 83
8. Mogadore 8-1 74
9. Coldwater 7-3 44
(tie) Chillicothe
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Others receiving 12 or more points: St. Henry 16, Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant 16, Fort Recovery 13, Mechanicsburg 12.

DIVISION VII
1. Norwalk St. Paul (16) 10-0 219
2. Dalton (6) 10-0 191
3. Danville (1) 9-1 161
4. Convoy Crestview 9-1 139
5. Cleveland Cuyahoga Heights 8-1 125
6. Sidney Lehman 9-1 114
7. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep 9-1 75
8. Waterford 9-1 70
9. Lucas 8-2 37
10. McComb 8-2 28
Others receiving 12 or more points: Minster 20, Delphos St. John's 16, East Canton 14, Ft. Loramie 12.
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