SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP - Shawnee outgained Celina 452-285 to pull away with a 30-20 Western Buckeye League victory.
The Indians (2-0, 1-0 WBL) had great balance, compiling 244 yards rushing and 208 passing. They were led by Peyton Wilson’s 14 rushes for 140 yards and a touchdown run of 49 yards; John Barker’s 12-of-17 passing for 193 yards and a 58-yard score to Matthew Sargent; touchdown runs of five and 36 yards by William Roberson; and a 37-yard field goal by Jacob Vorhees.
The Bulldogs (1-1, 0-1 WBL) were topped by Cooper Jones’s 77-yard touchdown run and 8-yard TD toss to Max Thobe and Jaxson Williman’s 1-yard scoring run. Jones ran for 165 yards on 18 totes.
Upper Scioto Valley 26, Cory-Rawson 20
MT. CORY - Upper Scioto Valley scored the last two touchdowns to rally past non-league foe Cory-Rawson.
Jackson Rohrs ran for two scores: from 16 and 15 yards. Kaden Hurley threw a 49-yard touchdown pass to Connor Sanders and Devan Sousley added a 2-yard scoring run. Hurley was 13-of-21 passing for 220 yards and Rohrs had 136 yards rushing on 15 carries
Devontae Davis had scoring runs of 62 and 69 yards and Tommy Stauffer had an 11-yard scoring toss to Nick Thompson. Davis had 233 yards rushing on 20 totes.
Leipsic 28, Columbus Grove 14
COLUMBUS GROVE - Leipsic’s defense held down the Columbus Grove running game to help lead a non-league triumph.
The Vikings were led by 104 yards rushing on 23 carries by Cole Williamson and a 5-yard touchdown, while Fabian Pena and Juan Pena had TD runs of 14 and one yards. Drew Liffick threw a 70-yard scoring toss to Caleb Lammers.
Blake Reynolds had a pair of 5-yard scoring runs for the Bulldogs (1-1), who were held to 14 yards rushing. Reynolds was 15-of-28 passing for 213 yards.
Allen East 40, Perry 0
HARROD - Allen East went to 2-0 on the young season with a dominant performance against non-league foe Perry.
Bryce Belcher threw touchdown tosses to Logan McCluer (16 yards) and Bradden Crumrine (60) and ran two in from 1 and 5 yards. Hunter Paxson added a 3-yard scoring run and Gavin Hutchinson caught a 10-yard pass from Cole Fletcher.
The Commodores fall to 0-2.
Versailles 48, Delphos Jefferson 0
DELPHOS - Versailles rebounded from an opening loss to defeat Delphos Jefferson in non-league action.
The Tigers stand at 1-1.
Wildcats (0-2) amassed 130 yards of total offense: 77 via the rush and 53 the pass. Logan Hubert was 5-of-9 passing for 53 yards.
Pandora-Gilboa 27, Bluffton 9
BLUFFTON - Pandora-Gilboa bounced back from a season-opening loss to down another rival in non-league action.
Leading the Rockets (1-1) were Silas Schmenk with a 7-yard touchdown run and TD tosses of 67 yards to Bryce Basinger, 60 yards to Sam Burkholder and 63 yards to Walter Macke. Schmenk was 9-of-20 passing for 287 yards. They outgained the Pirates 438-134.
The lone scores for the Pirates (1-1) were a 10-yard Tucker Neff run and a safety on a P-G punt to open the scoring.
Parkway 21, Spencerville 6
SPENCERVILLE - Parkway took the lead late in the first period and went on to best Spencerville in non-conference activity.
Nick Hawk had scoring runs of two and one yards +for the Panthers (2-0) and Eli Rich found Caleb Kinney for a 4-yard scoring toss. Rich was 18-of-25 passing for 198 yards.
The Bearcats (1-1) had a 10-yard TD pass from John Henline to Jon Wiechart. They were held to 121 yards on the ground.
Hicksville 32, Crestview 13
CONVOY - Hicksville had three runners over 100 yards in their non-conference beating of Crestview.
Brody Brecht topped the Knights (0-2) with a 4-yard scoring run and a 35-yard scoring catch from Jayden Ward.
Valley View 16, Fort Recovery 13
GERMANTOWN - Valley View rallied from an early 10-0 deficit to grab a non-league tilt over Fort Recovery.
The Indians (1-1) received a 26-yard field goal from Cole Wendel, a Jacob Acheson 30-yard interception return and a Wendel 38-yard field goal.
The Spartans are now 2-0.
Arlington 26, Ada 12
ARLINGTON - Arlington ran for 370 yards in downing Ada in a non-league tussle.
Noah Thibaut led the Red Devils with 181 yards on 18 attempts and three scores: five, 59 and 38 yards. Carter Essinger added a 52-yard scoring run.
Keagen Hull ran in from two yards out and Phillip Coulson added a 4-yarder for the Bulldogs (0-2). Hull ran 13 times for 112 yards and Hull was 31-of-49 passing for 292 yards.
Coldwater 37, Mount Healthy 7
CINCINNATI — Jake Hemmelgarn had three touchdown passes and ran for another TD. Noah Miller caught two of the scores, finishing with five receptions for 121 yards. Nathan Grieshop had a TD run and Myles Blasingame had a touchdown catch also for Coldwater.
Fort Jennings 0
KALIDA — Kenzie Fortman, Mya Schmitz and Livia Recker each had a goal and Madison Langhals had a pair of assists. Bailey White madke three saves to earn the shutout in goal.
Temple Christian 0
BOTKINS — Brant Metz had three goals and Andrew Monnin, Dalton Lane and Justin Shuga each had a single tally. Carson Motter made three saves in earning the shutout in goal.
PCL tri match
OTTAWA — Kalida (162) finished ahead of Putnam County foes Ottoville (190) and Fort Jennings (227) at par 26 Moose Landing.
Medalist Josh Recker (39), Ryan Klausing (40), David Peck (41) and Justin Siebenck (42) combined for the winning total. Ottoville’s Carter Schnipke (42) and Fort Jennings’ Gavin Schimmoeller (47) had the low rounds for their respective teams.
Bluffton 2, D’Youville College 1
BLUFFTON — The Bluffton University men’s soccer team took the pitch for a Friday afternoon matchup against D’Youville College from Buffalo, NY, on September 6, 2019. The Beavers walked away with an intense 2-1 victory over the Spartans. Bluffton improved to 2-1 on the season while D’Youville from Buffalo, N.Y., dropped to 2-1.
D’Youville’s Hunter Sherman netted the first goal of the game to give D’Youville an early 1-0 lead less than seven minute into the match. Bluffton freshman Brandon DeCoursey answered back with a goal going into the half. Sophomore Dalton Taynor knocked in a shot, his fifth tally of the season, to give the Beavers a 2-1 lead thanks to a feed from freshman Elijah Grieser.
The Beavers are right back in action at the Sears Athletic Complex at 1:30 p.m. today against Shawnee State. It will be followed by the women’s contest with Thiel College at approximately 3:45 p.m.