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Old 06-29-18, 09:49 AM
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Post (Game Report)All star game- Ohio 22 Pa. 20

Last night at Reilly Stadium in Salem, Ohio,one all star team from Pa went to battle with a team from Ohio,in a game that was very competitive and at times a little chippy, with some questionable calls. All in all this was an solid all star game for a nice size crowd that attended.

Just :47 seconds into the game, Mitch Davidson, a quarterback for team Ohio, from Salem high school,used his feet to pick up an Ohio first down. Then at the 10:03 mark of the opening quarter Michael Clendenning one of the Ohio running backs made a nice none yard run, to keep things going for his team. The Ohio drive was looking even better when,Davidson connected with Will Grodhaus a six yard completion, to pick up another first down. Clendenning would be stopped for an three yard loss by Dozhay Crumb, with 8:05 left in the quarter. The drive would end without any points be scored.

The Pa offense coughed up the ball, with 6:55 left in the quarter and recovering it for Ohio was, Danny Moore on the Pa. thirty four yard line.
Ohio needed just one play to light the scoreboard, when TJ Deshields connected with Mathis Combs for the touchdown. Combs played his high school ball for South Range. The point after was successful by kicker Jared Bryarly,
7-0 Ohio with 6.48 left in the first quarter,

The Pa defense was stopped on three plays and was set to punt with 5:24 left in the quarter. Punter Carson Gilarno had his pun blocked by Cameron Summers, giving Ohio a first down on the Pa. twenty three yard line. The Pa. defense would step up and hold Ohio to a field goal by Bryarly, to make it a 10-0 game with 2:02 left in the first half.. The Pa. defense was able to get to Davidson for a 14 yard loss, due to a mishandled snap.

With 10:25 left in the half Ohio faced a fourth and one and they opted to go for it and that choice paid off when,Clendenning easily picked up the yard. The Pa defense would Ohio to another field goal from Bryarly, this time from thirty four yards out, to make this a 13-0 game, with Ohio leading, with 7:33 left in the half.

With 4:11 left in the half Pa. faced a fourth and two and they elected to go for it and that paid off well, when the only QB on the Pa. roster,Cole Konieczka hit Keshawn Shepard, for a thirty four yard score. The point after from,Gilarno made this a 13-7 game.
Ohio struck back on just one play when,Davidson hit Aniello Buzzacco for a sixty two yard touchdown, with 3:44 left in the half. The point after making this a 20-7 game,

The last big play of the opening half came with 1:26 left and it was a interception from pick by Mahlik Strozier on an Ohio pass from Deshields.

Pa. came out on fire to start the third quarter. Just fifteenth seconds in a thirteen yard connection with Jacob Bunofsky got things going. Bunofsky along with Noah Drudy for Pa, was the two players that caught my eye. Drudy would make tackle after tackle, but never got his name called by the Public Announcer.With 11:01 left in the quarter Bunofsky took in a pass from Konieczka, that was good for forty three yards. Then facing a fourth and six, Pa. went for broke and that decision paid off, when Ohio was called for pass interference, with 8:57 showing on the clock. Pa, tried a halfback pass at the 8:53 mark and Ohio was ready for it, with Geno DiBiase picking off the pass.

The defense continue to play well in the third and with 2:29 left Ohio's Peyton Remish sacked Konieczka in the end zone for a safety, making this a 22-7 game. After the safety Ohio kicked off and that turned into another big play for PA.,when Bunofsky returned the kick for a eighty six yard score. The point after was blocked, leaving this a 22-13 game with 2:14 left in the quarter.

Pa would play off of the giant kickoff return and that led to a Kyle Marweg picking off another Ohio pass thrown by Deshields,with 1:04 showing on th3 clock. The quarter ended with PA. picking up a first down on third and thirteen. The teams entered the final frame, with Ohio leading but Pa. had all of the momentum.

Verily into the fourth quarter Konieczka found Dozhay Crumb for a score. The point after making this a 22-20 game. That safety turned out to be a gigantic play because after the Pa. score that made this a 22-20 game, neither team was able to score again.

There were some plays that stuck out in the last 5:00 of the game.
The first was a muffed snapped on a punt by Gilarno led to him being tackled for a big loss by Remish. Remish and Clendenning were the two Ohio players that stuck out to me. Mahki Robinson stripped Ohio running back,Will Grodhaus, with 3'33 left. Then there was a sack from Ohio's Ben Santana on Konieczka, with 3:12 left. Just twenty one seconds later, another sack for Ohio, this time it came from Ryan Musch.
Then the final big play of the quarter came when Konieczka was picked off by Zach Phillips, with twenty three seconds left.

FINAL 22-20 Ohio

MY UNOFFICIAL STATS

PA ALL STARS
72 PLAYS
227 YARDS
PASSING 14-37 1 TD 3 INT'S

OHIO ALL STARS
68 PLAYS
208 YARDS
PASSING 13-23 1 TD 3 INT'S

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Old 06-29-18, 09:52 AM
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Old 06-29-18, 02:05 PM
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Did not many Mahoning County or Trumbull kids play?
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Old 06-29-18, 08:41 PM
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Buckeye, the Ohio team is from the Quad County Coaches Association which is primarily all of Columbiana County schools along with a handful of schools in Mahoning County and Jefferson County.
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Old 06-29-18, 08:45 PM
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Another write-up on the game:

SALEM, Ohio (WKBN) - Using big plays in all three phases of the game, the Ohio Team squeezed by Pennsylvania 22-20 in the 39thannual Penn-Ohio Classic Thursday night at Salemís Reilly Stadium. The victory marks the third in a row for the Buckeyes.

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Old 06-29-18, 10:48 PM
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Far more interest for all stars in the Trumbull Co. vs Mahoning/Columbiana Co. All Star game ( Jack Arvin Classic).
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Old 07-02-18, 06:56 AM
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Far more interest for all stars in the Trumbull Co. vs Mahoning/Columbiana Co. All Star game ( Jack Arvin Classic).
The Penn Ohio game is a much better game than the one you just mentioned. Maybe not as many big names going off to college, but this game has been around for almost 40 years. The PA vs Ohio aspect makes it a much more exciting game. It is always well attended and very well organized. Great game that Ohio had struggled to win for a lot of years. The Buckeyes have now won the last 3 in the series.
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Old 07-04-18, 02:26 PM
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This has been the best all star game, that I have attended this year.
Nice size crowd too. Not sure the cost of the ticket. I have a pass from,WesternPAFootball.net that covers all of the Pa games I go to,or games with teams from PA, playing in them.
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Old 07-04-18, 05:19 PM
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When did they resume playing this game ? This game used to be played in Hershey PA. every year before Pa. decided to play a team of all-stars from Maryland and dropped Ohio. For a number of years this all-star game produced a participant in the Super Bowl for quite a few years and probably was the best All-Star football game in the country.
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Old 07-04-18, 05:40 PM
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When did they resume playing this game ? This game used to be played in Hershey PA. every year before Pa. decided to play a team of all-stars from Maryland and dropped Ohio. For a number of years this all-star game produced a participant in the Super Bowl for quite a few years and probably was the best All-Star football game in the country.
Not the same game.
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Not the same game.
Ok my fault.
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Old 07-12-18, 04:50 AM
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Big 33?
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Old 07-12-18, 06:04 AM
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Nope. Not big 33
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Old 07-13-18, 09:05 PM
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The Penn-Ohio Stateline Classic is a 39-year old all-star game with the Ohio team coming from the Quad County Coaches Association. The QCCA is from mostly D5-7 schools in Columbiana County, along with a handful of schools in Mahoning and Jefferson Counties. The Pennsylvania team is made up from a similar coaching association (MVC?) in Western PA from Beaver, and I believe maybe Butler and Allegheny Counties.


The game is always very well organized and competitive, although PA has a large advantage in the series. Of the few all-star games I have seen, the Penn-Ohio is by far the best.
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Old 07-16-18, 05:23 PM
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TJ Deshields played for Beloit West Branch and shared QB duties for Ohio with Davidson from Salem. The interesting thing about that is Salem and West Branch are long time, bitter rivals. The extracurricular activities got so bad at one time they had to cancel the series for a few years. They moved the game to the first of the year instead of the last. It is back to being the last game of the year now that cooler heads have prevailed, although a few minor incidents pop up from time to time.
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Old 07-16-18, 08:12 PM
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Salem and West Branch currently play Week 10 on Saturday night instead of Friday to help draw in more fans. Hopefully things stay civil. As the past two years the game has done well drawing in other fans to show up for the game.
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