Prep football roundup: Waverly falls out of CAAC Gold race

Prep football roundup: Waverly falls out of CAAC Gold race

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Prep football roundup: Waverly falls out of CAAC Gold race

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JACKSON – Jackson Lumen Christi clinched at least a share of the CAAC Gold football title, and remained undefeated, with a 34-7 win over Waverly at Whittington Stadium in Jackson on Friday night.

The loss took the Warriors (4-3 overall, 3-2 CAAC Gold) out of the league title race, and forces them to win their last two games to qualify for the playoffs.

After holding the second-ranked Titans (7-0, 5-0) 3-and-out to open the game, Waverly fumbled on their second play from scrimmage, and Lumen’s Matt Malecki picked it up and took it 17 yards the other way for a touchdown with 9:23 left in the first quarter.

After an 8-yard touchdown run by Amani Bass stretched the lead to 14-0, Alante Sims scored the only touchdown for the Warriors, breaking into the open field for a 44-yard dash that cut the lead to 14-7 with 2:43 left in the second quarter.

Waverly’s first possession of the second half ended on an interception that set up Lumen’s next touchdown, a 31-yard run by Khari Willis on the next play, and the Warriors never recovered.

Waverly 0 7 0 0 7
Jackson Lumen Christi 7 14 7 6 34

First quarter

LC: Matt Malecki 17 fumble return (Austin Childs kick)

Second quarter

LC: Amani Bass 8 run (Childs kick)

W: Alante Sims 43 run (Jacob Davis kick)

LC: Isaiah Bleiler 10 pass from Corey Crowley (Childs kick)

Third quarter

LC: Khari Willis 31 run (Childs kick)

Fourth quarter

LC: Bass 37 run (kick failed)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Waverly, Airic Boyce 2–6, Dee Roberts 5-10, Delano Glosson 9-15, LeJchon Marshall 2–5, Alante Sims 12-103.

Passing — Waverly, Airic Boyce 0-8–0, Dee Roberts 3-5–30.

Receiving — Waverly, Alante Sims 1-11, Derrick Hartwell 2-19.

CHARLOTTE 40, JACKSON NORTHWEST 0

JACKSON– Anthony Charameda rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns on only 12 caries to help Charlotte earn another CAAC Gold victory.

Charlotte 20 7 13 0 40
Northwest 0 0 0 0 0

First quarter

C: Anthony Charameda 5 run (kick failed)

C: Lindsey Prudden 76 punt return (Bryce Prudden kick)

C: Alex Stenberg 2 run (Prudden kick)

Second quarter

C: Zach Telfor 12 pass from Stenberg (Prudden kick)

Third quarter

C: Charameda 1 run (rush failed)

C: Stenberg 43 run (Prudden kick)

C N
First downs 20 7
Total Net Yards 337 127
Rushes-Yards 36-264 30-52
Passing 73 75
Comp-Att-Int 7-13-1 6-11-2
Penalties-Yards 4-29 0-0

Individual statistics

Rushing — Charlotte, Ryan Bartolacci 2-12, Alex Stenberg 3-57, Lindsey Prudden 1-11, Cameron Lake 8-30, Latrell Levanduski 5-46, Colten Walser 3-9, Anthony Charameda 12-117.

Passing — Charlotte, Ryan Bartolacci 4-9-1-30, Alex Stenberg 3-4-0-43.

Receiving — Charlotte, Blane Heisler 3-30, Latrell Levanduski 2-31, Anthony Charameda 1-0, Zach Telfor 1-12.

MASON 51, PARMA WESTERN 13

MASON–Hunter Holbrook ran for 142 yards and a touchdown to lead Mason (5-2, 3-2) to its CAAC Gold victory over Parma Western (0-7, 0-5). Austin Droscha added 96 rushing yards and a touchdown while Mickey Selby led the Bulldog defense with 9 tackles and an interception return for a score.

Parma Western 6 0 0 7 13
Mason 0 7 16 28 51

First quarter

PW: Levert Franklin 68 pass from Ryan Conklin (pass failed)

Second quarter

M: Hunter Hollbrook 2 run (Josh Flamme kick)

Third quarter

M: Jake Scavarda 22 pass from Jarett Vanhavel (kick failed)

M: Josh Flamme 39 FG

M: Isiah Baker 7 run (Flamme kick)

Fourth quarter

M: Austin Droscha 61 run (Flamme kick)

M: Kolby Thompson 5 run (Flamme kick)

M: Mickey Selby 81 interception return (Flamme kick)

PW: Max Madden 18 pass from Conklin (Lavet franklin run)

M: Rylen Droscha 23 run (Flamme kick)

P M
First downs 11 22
Total Net Yards 333 434
Rushes-Yards 24-31 44-323
Passing 302 111
Comp-Att-Int 18-33-3 7-18-0
Fumbles-Lost 2-2 3-1
Penalties-Yards 2-28 1-5

Individual statistics

Rushing — Parma Western, Levert Franklin 2-11, Joshua Dirlam 3-6, Easton Oliver 13-32, Jordan Doxtader 1-2, Tyler Ebersole 1–1, Ryan Conklin 4–19. Mason , Nathan Jones 1–1, Austin Droscha 10-96, Kolby Thompson 3-25, Tony Sainz 1-3, Jarrett VanHavel 2-1, Hunter Holbrook 22-142, Rylen Droscha 3-49, Isaiah Baker 2-8.

Passing — Parma Western, Ryan Conklin 18-32-2-302, Charlie Ellis 0-1-1-. Mason , Nathan Jones 2-3-0-29, Jarrett VanHavel 5-15-0-82.

Receiving — Parma Western, Levert Franklin 2-75, Trent Hullett 3-34, Maxwell Madden 6-89, Joshua Dirlam 4-66, Easton Oliver 2-17, Jordan Doxtader 1-13. Mason , Jake Scavarda 3-54, Lucas Barr 2-29, Doug Bradfield 1-23, Nathan Jones 1-12.

Waverly (4-2, 3-1) vs. Lumen Christi (6-0, 4-0) at Jackson

EDSEL FORD 56, EATON RAPIDS 35

EATON RAPIDS– Jared McDaniel led Eaton Rapids with 149 passing yards and three touchdowns in its loss to Edsel Ford. James Cruz added two touchdowns for the Greyhounds on a 24 yard reception and 88 yard punt return.

Edsel Ford 3 26 13 14 56
Eaton Rapids 7 22 0 6 35

First quarter

ER: James Cruz 24 pass from Jared McDaniel (McDaniel kick)

EF: Logan Ziegler 27 FG

Second quarter

ER: Kyle Sawyer 38 pass from McDaniel (McDaniel kick)

EF: Leonte Degraffenreid 3 pass from Dylan Sachez (Ziegler kick)

ER: James Cruz 88 punt return (pass good)

EF: Degraffenreid 57 pass from Sachez (Ziegler kick)

EF: Chase Harbin 9 run (Ziegler kick)

ER: Sawyer 15 pass from McDaniel (McDaniel kick)

EF: Anthony Evans 1 pass from Sachez (Ziegler kick)

Third quarter

EF: Harbin 1 run (Ziegler kick)

EF: Harbin 2 run (Ziegler kick)

EF: Marc Sample 13 run (Ziegler kick)

Fourth quarter

ER: Landon Alled 4 run (McDaniel kick)

EF: Evans 5 pass from Sachez (Ziegler kick)

Ed Ea
First downs 29 17
Total Net Yards 528 240
Rushes-Yards 46-321 23-79
Passing 207 161
Comp-Att-Int 11-18-0 14-28-2
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-1
Penalties-Yards 9-150 6-61

Individual statistics

Rushing — Eaton Rapids, Kyle Sawyer 7-60, Landon Allen 3-29, Dalton Phillips 1-2, Christopher Fillwock 2–7, Jared McDaniel 5-15, Jacob Oberlin-Scott 4-0.

Passing — Eaton Rapids, Kyle Sawyer 1-3-0-12, Dalton Phillips 0-1–, Jared McDaniel 13-24-2-149.

Receiving — Eaton Rapids, Kyle Sawyer 4-60, James Cruz 3-43, Landon Allen 3-42, Dalton Phillips 2-14, Dylan Harris 1-5, Christopher Fillwock 1–3.

EVERETT 22, GRAND LEDGE 21

Grand Ledge 0 7 0 7 7 21
Everett 0 6 8 0 8 22

Second quarter

GL: Will Farr 16 pass from Ben Cornell (Bradlee Taylor kick)

LE: Jaleel Canty 59 pass from Lucas Barner (kick failed)

Third quarter

LE: Alec Cambric 6 run (Canty pass from Barner)

Fourth quarter

GL: Joe Reverman 13 run (Taylor kick)

Overtime

GL: Ben Cornell 4 run (Taylor kick)

LE: James Mills 1 run (Cambric run)

G L
First downs 11 18
Total Net Yards 170 311
Rushes-Yards 28-141 46-180
Passing 29 131
Comp-Att-Int 4-7-0 7-19-0
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 5-61 10-94

Individual statistics

Rushing — Grand Ledge, Ben Cornell 13-84, Joe Reverman 15-57. Everett, Alec Cambric 15-66, Anthony White 9-61, James Mills 8-31, Lucas Barner 12-24, Leondre’ Terry 1-5.

Passing — Grand Ledge, Ben Cornell 4-7-0-29. Everett, Lucas Barner 7-19-0-131.

Receiving — Grand Ledge, Joe Reverman 1-5, Will Farr 3-24. Everett, Leondre’ Terry 1-7, Jaleel Canty 5-117, Rhett Blackman 1-7.

EASTERN 26, JACKSON 9

Santiago Mendez threw two touchdown passes and E.J. Jackson rushed for 106 yards as the host Quakers (1-6, 1-4) downed Jackson (0-7, 0-5) in a CAAC Blue game played at Sexton. Shonquise Trainor added a 30-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter for Eastern, which won its first game.

Jackson 3 0 0 0 9
Eastern 6 6 8 6 26

First quarter

J: Sydney Spring 28 field goal

E: Quincy Briggs 40 pass from Santiago Mendez (run failed)

Second quarter

E: Mendez 1 run (pass failed)

Third quarter

E: Antonio Bryant 11 pass from Mendez (Phoenix Washington pass from Mendez)

Fourth quarter

J: Doug Miller 7 run (kick failed)

E: Shonquise Trainor 30 run (run failed)

J L
Total Net Yards 132 297
Rushes-Yards 28-108 39-200
Passing 24 97
Comp-Att-Int 3-6-2 7-13-1
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 0-0
Penalties-Yards 1-5 2-30

Individual statistics

Rushing — Jackson, Doug Miller 9-42, Devon Edwards 3-36. Eastern, Shonquise Trainor 6-58, Santiago Mendez 3-6, Trent Johnson 2–2, Jordan Taylor 2-6, E.J. Jackson 22-106, Juan Cabrera 1-11, Brendan Sweatman 3-15.

Passing — Eastern, Santiago Mendez 7-13-1-97.

Receiving — Eastern, Antonio Bryant 3-43, Quincy Briggs 1-40, Phoenix Washington 3-14.

HOLT 21, OKEMOS 16

HOLT — Eric Potter completed 13 of 17 passes for 172 yards and a touchdown to lead Holt (4-3, 3-2) to a CAAC Blue win. Ty Glover had 15 carries for 149 yards and a touchdown for the Rams, and Chis Morgan added a 4-yard scoring run. Chris Nelson led the Chiefs (1-6, 1-4) with 129 rushing yards and a touchdown run.

Okemos 0 7 3 6 16
Holt 0 7 7 7 21

Second quarter

H: Trevor Stone 35 pass from Eric Potter (Collin Klisch kick)

O: Harrison Boruszewski 9 pass from Jacob Devine (Dong Kim kick)

Third quarter

O: Kim 31 FG

H: Ty Glover 15 run (Klisch kick)

Fourth quarter

O: Chris Nelson 1 run (kick failed)

H: Chris Morgan 4 run (Klisch kick)

O H
First downs 11 19
Total Net Yards 204 424
Rushes-Yards 34-123 44-252
Passing 81 172
Comp-Att-Int 8-18-1 13-17-
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1
Penalties-Yards 5-30 10-62

Individual statistics

Rushing — Okemos, Chris Nelson 29-129, Kome Johnson 3-13, Jacob Devine 2–19. Holt, Ty Glover 15-149, Eric Potter 10-36, Timmy Cain 9-45, Chris Morgan 6-35, Mark Lifsey 3-2, Collin Klisch 1–15.

Passing — Okemos, Jacob Devine 8-18-1-81. Holt, Eric Potter 13-17–172.

Receiving — Okemos, Kome Johnson 1-23, Chris Moore 2-20, Harrison Boruszewski 1-9, Kyle Long 3-22, Jacob Mossholder 1-7. Holt, Chris Morgan 2-20, Austin Kent 3-41, Trevor Stone 4-60, Nick Bigelow 1-2, Jalen Scott 3-49.

EAST LANSING 20, SEXTON 16

EAST LANSING — Javon Haines’ 82-yard interception return for a touchdown helped lead the Trojans to a CAAC Blue victory. Jake Pendred threw for 107 yards and had a 6-yard touchdown run for East Lansing (5-2, 3-2). JaVon Cooney had four receptions for 97 yards for Sexton (3-4, 3-2).

Sexton 8 0 8 0 16
East Lansing 7 7 6 0 20

First quarter

S: A’Vonte Bell 1 run (Malick Mack run)

EL: Jake Pendred 6 run (Ali Kamali kick)

Second quarter

EL: Javon Haines 82 interception return (Kamali kick)

Third quarter

S: A.J. Hobbs 27 pass from Mack (Bell run)

EL: Faymous Tyra 1 run (Pass failed)

S E
First downs 13 10
Total Net Yards 290 196
Rushes-Yards 28-123 32-89
Passing 167 107
Comp-Att-Int 9-28-2 9-18-0
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 0-0
Penalties-Yards 4-35 5-60

Individual statistics

Rushing — Sexton, Girard Lewis 1–2, A’Vonte Bell 12-41, DaVonte Chaffee 1-19, Malick Mack 9-22, Jamelle Peebles 2-45, John Norton 1-1, Eriq Bennett 2–3. East Lansing, Javon Haines 1-2, Faymous Tyra 19-48, Alvin Robertson 4-23, Jake Pendred 7–11, Kenny Washington 1-27.

Passing — Sexton, A.J. Hobbs 1-1–58, Malick Mack 8-27-2-109. East Lansing, Jake Pendred 9-18–107.

Receiving — Sexton, JaVon Cooney 4-97, A.J. Hobbs 4-59, Girard Lewis 1-11. East Lansing, Javon Haines 6-52, Jack Fossum 2-4, Caleb Goodman 1-51.

DEWITT 44, FOWLERVILLE 14

FOWLERVILLE — Jacob Heath completed 19 of 30 passes for 321 yards and four touchdowns as the Panthers (6-1, 5-0) remained unbeaten in the CAAC Red. Justice Shankel caught scoring passes of 27 and 21 yards for DeWitt. Brian Moran caught seven passes for 144 yards, including a 74-yard touchdown pass from Nick Ross, for Fowlerville (1-6, 0-5).

DeWitt 6 35 3 0 44
Fowlerville 7 7 0 0 14

First quarter

F: Mason Litz 4 pass from Nick Ross (Jordan Jabara kick)

D: John Lippert 1 run (kick failed)

Second quarter

F: Brian Moran 74 pass from Nick Ross (Sebastian Marx kick)

D: Nate Trevino 59 pass from Jacob Heath (Anderson kick)

D: Justice Shankel 27 pass from Heath (Anderson kick)

D: Noah Evans 22 punt recovery (Anderson kick)

D: Anderson 38 pass from Heath (Cameron West kick)

D: Shankel 21 pass from Heath (Anderson kick)

Third quarter

D: Cameron West FG

D F
First downs 14 7
Total Net Yards 361 230
Rushes-Yards 26-40 23-57
Passing 321 173
Comp-Att-Int 19-30- 13-29-1
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-0
Penalties-Yards 6-40 7-80

Individual statistics

Rushing — DeWitt, Christopher Ruby 4-1, Nate Trevino 1-3, Jacob Heath 2–6, Zachary Deak 8-27, Adam McCarthy 2-8. Fowlerville, Jordan Jabara 4-32, Mason Litz 3-18, Nick Ross 4–11, Trevor Webb 4-10, Jakob Kollek 1-4, Austin Harvey 2–8.

Passing — DeWitt, Jacob Heath 19-30–321. Fowlerville, Nick Ross 13-29-1-173.

Receiving — DeWitt, Christopher Ruby 4-53, Ryan Anderson 7-113, Justice Shankel 5-89, Nate Trevino 1-59, Robert Anderson 1-7. Fowlerville, Brian Moran 7-144, Travis Smith 1-8, Jordan Jabara 2-9, Mason Litz 1-4, Kevin Jolliff 2-8.

OWOSSO 32, IONIA 14

OWOSSO — Brad Rigoulot rushed for 142 yards, including a 31-yard touchdown run, on 19 carries to lead Owosso to a CAAC Red victory. Brody Edington added 77 rushing yards and two touchdowns for the Trojans (4-3, 3-2), who rushed for 325 yards as a team. Austin Gregory led the Bulldogs (2-5, 1-4) with 130 passing yards and a touchdown.

Ionia 0 0 0 14 14
Owosso 12 0 7 13 32

First quarter

O: Ian Johnson 1 run (kick failed)

O: Brody Edington 20 run (run failed)

Third quarter

O: Brad Rigoulot 31 run (Mitch Hufnagel kick)

Fourth quarter

O: Edington 1 run (kick failed

I: Kyle Parks 5 run (Chris Ahmed kick)

O: Hufnagel 37 pass from Robbie Geoghegan (Hufnagel kick)

I: Tim Wolfert 21 pass from Austin Gregory (Ahmed kick)

I O
First downs 12 17
Total Net Yards 222 398
Rushes-Yards 25-92 45-325
Passing 130 73
Comp-Att-Int 10-19-0 4-13-0
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 6-45 6-40

Individual statistics

Rushing — Ionia, Kyle Parks 16-59. Owosso, Brad Rigoulot 19-142, Brody Edington 12-77, Josh Pouillon 3-36, Ian Johnson 6-30, Bryce McOwen 5-28.

Passing — Ionia, Austin Gregory 10-19-0-130. Owosso, Robert Geoghegan 4-13-0-73.

Receiving — Ionia, Mike Cory 7-95, Tim Wohlfert 1-21. Owosso, Mitch Hufnagel 1-31, Marcus McGill 1-23.

HASLETT 35, ST. JOHNS 32

HASLETT– Led by Graham Riley’s 193-yard two touchdown rushing performance, Haslett (4-3, 3-2) was able to defeat St.Johns (5-2, 3-2) at home. Conor Brewer grabbed his second game-winning interception in two weeks for the Vikings.

Bryce Labar threw for 191 yards and three touchdowns and added 121 yards rushing and a score to lead St. Johns. Cody Bosma led the Vikings with 29 tackles.

St. Johns 0 6 7 19 32
Haslett 7 6 0 22 35

First quarter

H: Graham Riley 57 run (J.T. Taylor kick good)

Second quarter

H: Conor Brewer 2 run (Taylor kick blocked)

SJ: Josh Hafner 20 pass from Bryce LaBar (Kick Attempt Fail)

Third quarter

SJ: Hafner 14 pass from LaBar (Devin Smith kick good)

Fourth quarter

SJ: Jacob Ebert 5 run (Smith kick good)

H: Brewer 62 run (Sam Wegenke run)

SJ: Tim Havens 53 pass from LaBar (LaBar pass attempt fail)

H: Wegenke 58 run (Danny Turpin run fail)

SJ: LaBar 1 run (LaBar pass attempt fail)

H: Riley 8 run (Riley run)

S H
First downs 21 17
Total Net Yards 396
Rushes-Yards 54-205 47-450
Passing 191
Comp-Att-Int 10-15-1
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 3-20 9-66

Individual statistics

Rushing — St. Johns, T.J. Havens 14-55, Jake Ebert 12-34, Bryce LaBar 26-121, Josh Ewart 1-2. Haslett, Conor Brewer 19-156, Sam Wegenke 8-103, Danny Turpin 3-3, Graham Riley 16-193.

Passing — St. Johns, Bryce LaBar 10-15-1-191.

Receiving — St. Johns, Josh Hafner 7-119, T.J. Havens 3-72.

LANSING CATHOLIC 41, PORTLAND 32

Lansing Catholic 21 14 0 6 41
Portland 6 6 14 6 32

First quarter

LC: Jack Swain 54 run (Liesman kick)

LC: Swain 48 yd pass from Brock Rucinski (Liesman kick)

P: Sam Goodman 54 pass from Tanner Allison (kick failed)

LC: Josh Baker 9 pass from Rucinski (Liesman kick)

Second quarter

LC: Swain 68 run (Liesman kick)

P: Jacob Kimmell 48 run (kick failed)

Third quarter

P: Kimmell 52 run (Goodman pass from Allison)

P:Auston Brandt 21 pass from Allison (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

LC: Rucinski 6 yd run (kick failed)

P: Allison 19 run (kick failed)

L P
First downs 8 14
Total Net Yards 462 409
Rushes-Yards 28-235 39-221
Passing 227 188
Comp-Att-Int 14-8-1 28-14-2

LAKEWOOD 22, STOCKBRIDGE 21

STOCKBRIDGE–Zach Kilbourn ran for 116 yards and two touchdowns to lead Lakewood over Stockbridge (1-6, 0-5) in its first victory of the season. Doug Suntken added 93 yards rushing and one touchdown for the Vikings (1-6, 1-4) The Panthers were led by Josh Ensign with 83 receiving yards and two scores and 51 rushing yards and a score.

Lakewood 0 6 8 8 22
Stockbridge 6 7 0 8 21

First quarter

S: Kaleb Grammer 5 run (kick failed)

Second quarter

L: Zach Kilbourn 4 run (kick failed)

S: Josh Ensign 65 pass from Grammer (Marcus Prigge kick)

Third quarter

L: Kilbourn 2 run (Kilbourn run)

Fourth quarter

S: Ensign 4 run (Lucas Showerman pass from Grammer)

L: Doug Suntken 1 run (Kilbourn run)

L S
Total Net Yards 292 298
Rushes-Yards 40-241 25-108
Passing 51 190
Comp-Att-Int 5-14-1 11-22-1

Individual statistics

Rushing — Lakewood, Alex Potter 3-9, Zach Kilbourn 21-116, Doug Suntken 12-93, Tyler Rush 3-16, Jack Tromp 1-7. Stockbridge, Kaleb Grammer 10-54, Josh Ensign 14-51, Lucas Showerman 1-3.

Passing — Lakewood, Alex Potter 5-14-1-51. Stockbridge, Kaleb Grammer 11-22-1-190.

Receiving — Lakewood, Zach Kilbourn 1-0, Tyler Rush 4-51. Stockbridge, Josh Ensign 2-83, Lucas Showerman 8-95, Tim Fullerton 1-12.

WILLIAMSTON 26, CORUNNA 21

CORUNNA– Devin Smyth had two rushing touchdowns as the Hornets jumped out to a 26-0 lead over Corunna early in the second quarter. The Cavaliers battled back ending the game on a 21-0 run falling just short of completing the comeback. Mykhail Myles led Corunna with two receiving touchdowns.

Williamston 19 7 0 0 26
Corunna 0 7 7 7 21

First quarter

W: Devin Smyth 25 run (kick failed)

W: Smyth 3 run (run failed)

W: Ray Duncan 40 pass from Ryan Watters (Smyth kick)

Second quarter

W: Watters 9 run (Smyth kick)

C: Mykhail Myles 21 pass from Grant Renwick (Myles kick)

Third quarter

C: Myles 16 pass from Josh Fattal (Myles kick)

Fourth quarter

Logan Degarmo fumble return (Myles kick)

W C
First downs 20 12
Total Net Yards 367 161
Rushes-Yards 51-254 25-89
Passing 113 72
Comp-Att-Int 7-12-0 7-17-1
Fumbles-Lost 4-3 2-2
Penalties-Yards 4-33 2-26

Individual statistics

Rushing — Williamston, Devin Smyth 34-182, Ryan Watters 17-69, Sheldon Weiss 1-3. Corunna, Josh Fattal 3-13, Grant Renwick 13-19, Johnny Fattal 4-26, Frankie Ardelean 1-5, M.J. Myles 5-19.

Passing — Williamston, Ryan Watters 12-7–113. Corunna, Josh Fattal 1-1–16, Grant Renwick 16-6-1-56.

Receiving — Williamston, Ray Duncan 2-53, Matt Merenda 1-30, Chad Zaleski 1-7, Doug Dufrin 2-16, Devin Smyth 1-7. Corunna, Mykhail Myles 4-47, Josh Fattal 2-13, Hank Sizemore 1-12.

Pewamo-Westphalia 0 0 0 0 0
Fowler 7 7 0 0 14

First quarter

F: Jacob Schmitt 10 pass from Dustin Wirth (Austin Feldpausch kick)

Second quarter

F: Wirth 1 run (Feldpausch kick)

P F
First downs 4 13
Total Net Yards 158 285
Rushes-Yards 25-110 50-256
Passing 48 29
Comp-Att-Int 3-16-2 4-12-0
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1
Penalties-Yards 2-15 5-35

Individual statistics

Rushing — Pewamo-Westphalia, Kyle Nurenberg 7-52, Jered Myszak 12-60, Aaron Rademacher 2-5, Lane Simon 3–5. Fowler, Tyler Koenigsknecht 30-130, Dustin Wirth 10-8, Austin Feldpausch 5-70, Napoleon Watts 5-38, Austin Cook 1-0.

Passing — Pewamo-Westphalia, Kyle Nurenberg 3-16-2-48. Fowler, Dustin Wirth 4-12-0-29.

Receiving — Pewamo-Westphalia, Jered Myszak 1–1, Lane Simon 1-34, Evan Fedewa 1-15. Fowler, Austin Feldpausch 1-2, Napoleon Watts 1-8, Jacob Schmitt 1-10, Trent Goerge 1-9.

DANSVILLE 33, BATH 6

BATH–Garret Soule threw for 185 yards and two scores and ran for 123 yards and a score to lead Dansville (5-2, 4-2) to the CMAC victory. Jake Grice added a rushing and receiving touchdown for the Aggies. Dylan Moffitt scored the Bees (3-4, 2-4) only touchdown on a one-yard run.

Dansville 12 7 0 14 33
Bath 0 6 0 0 6

First quarter

D: Jake Grice 12 pass from Garret Soule (kick fail)

D: Zachary Runciman 50 pass from Soule (conversion fail)

Second quarter

B: Dylan Moffitt 1 run (kick fail)

D: Soule 32 run (kick good)

Fourth quarter

D: Grice 14 run (Blake Renthfrow kick)

D: Cody Williams 1 run (Renthfrow kick)

D B
First downs 13 16
Total Net Yards 383 306
Rushes-Yards 34-198 53-253
Passing 185 53
Comp-Att-Int 8-14-0 3-9-1
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-2
Penalties-Yards 5-45 5-50

Individual statistics

Rushing — Dansville, Garret Soule 18-123, Cody Williams 4-9, Jake Grice 4-42, Brent Flynn 5-19, Joe Parsons 2-8, Brad Hunt 1–3. Bath, Dylan Moffitt 18-42, Mike Flegal 18-99, Nick Preville 13-107, Anthony Rhyndress 2-6, Leslie Payne 2–1.

Passing — Dansville, Garret Soule 8-14-0-185. Bath, Dylan Moffitt 3-9-1-53.

Receiving — Dansville, Jake Grice 2-34, Joe Parsons 4-73, Zachary Runciman 2-78.

FULTON 28, SARANAC 26

SARANAC– Jerrod Sattler had 140 yards rushing, including a 74-yard touchdown run, and Tyler Spade added 118 yards on the ground, with touchdown runs of 42 and 30 yards, to lead the Pirates (3-4, 2-4) past Saranac (3-4, 2-4) in CMAC action. Jacob Coulier had two 70-yard touchdown runs and gained 203 yards rushing for the Redskins, who drove to the Fulton 6-yard line with 30 seconds left before throwing an incomplete pass on 4th down.

Fulton 7 7 14 0 28
Saranac 7 7 6 6 26

First quarter

F: Tyler Spade 42 run (Jordan Buck kick)

S: Jacob Coulier 70 run (Coulier kick)

Second quarter

F: Jerrod Sattler 74 run (Buck kick)

S: Bryce Besson 43 run (Coulier kick)

Third quarter

F: Spade 30 run (Buck kick)

F: Dalton Trefil 26 interception return (Buck kick)

S: Coulier 70 run (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

S: Scott Anderson 1 run (run failed)

F S
First downs 12 14
Total Net Yards 325 374
Rushes-Yards 39-257 53-351
Passing 68 23
Comp-Att-Int 4-6-0 1-5-1
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-2
Penalties-Yards 8-80 2-20

Individual statistics

Rushing — Fulton, Jerrod Sattler 9-140, Tyler Spade 18-118. Saranac, Jacob Coulier 18-203, Scott Anderson 9-46, Bryce Besson 12-67, Chris Wilson 7-13.

Passing — Fulton, Jake Litwiller 3-5-0-52, Talon Hyde 1-1–16. Saranac, Jacob Coulier 0-2–0, Chris Wilson 1-3-1-23.

Receiving — Fulton, Tyler Spade 2-10, Jacob Knight 2-46. Saranac, Jacob Coulier 1-23.

LAINGSBURG 21, POTTERVILLE 7

POTTERVILLE– Jake Arthur rushed for 57 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries to lead Laingsburg to a CMAC victory. Seth Austin led Potterville with 59 yards rushing.

Laingsburg 14 0 0 7 21
Potterville 0 7 0 0 7

First quarter

L: Zach Rosenberry 2 run (Michael Schauer kick)

L: Jake Arthur 10 run (Schauer kick)

Second quarter

P: Luke Wood 2 run (Clinton Ward kick)

Fourth quarter

L: Jake Zielinski 1 run (Schauer kick)

L P
First downs 11 11
Total Net Yards 238 156
Rushes-Yards 30-98 39-138
Passing 140 18
Comp-Att-Int 6-9-0 4-13-0
Fumbles-Lost 9-2 3-1
Penalties-Yards 6-55 4-15

Individual statistics

Rushing — Laingsburg, Jake Arthur 11-54, Joey Hatt 4-1, Zach Rosenberry 3-13, Zach Walker 3-11, Jake Zielinski 9-19. Potterville, Seth Austin 15-59, Dominic Curtis 1-3, Kolin Groom 13-39, Jordan Wenzlick 3-15, Luke Wood 7-22.

Passing — Laingsburg, Joey Hatt 3-6-0-81, Jake Zielinski 3-3-0-59. Potterville, Robert Giffen 1-1-0-12, Kolin Groom 3-12-0-6.

MSAC SOUTH

MONTABELLA 39, ASHLEY 8

BLANCHARD — Justin Wilk caught seven passes for 68 yards for Ashley, but the Bears (3-4, 0-4) fell on the road to Montabella (3-4, 1-3). Josh Wilk scored the only touchdown for Ashley on a 3-yard run.

Ashley 0 8 0 0 8
Montabella 14 12 0 13 39

Second quarter

A: Josh Wilk 3 run (Domingo Gutierrez pass)

A M
First downs 6 8
Total Net Yards 193
Rushes-Yards 20-67
Passing 126 58
Comp-Att-Int 16-35-2 7-13-1
Fumbles-Lost 3-1 0-0

Individual statistics

Rushing — Ashley , Justin Wilk 5-16, Domingo Gutierrez 4-7, Kaleb Bradley 1-1, Mitch Burlingame 2-5, Josh Wilk 11-38.

Passing — Ashley , Domingo Gutierrez 10-21-1-59, Josh Wilk 6-14-1-67.

Receiving — Ashley , Justin Wilk 7-68, Austin Edel 4-33, Domingo Gutierrez 1-4, Kaleb Bradley 1-4, Cole Welch 1-5, Mitch Burlingame 1-3, Josh Wilk 1-9.

SACRED HEART 54,
CARSON CITY-CRYSTAL 30

CARSON CITY — The Eagles had 446 yards on the ground but it wasn’t enough in their first-place showdown in the MSAC South. Nick Hire had 163 yards rushing with four touchdowns for Sacred Heart (6-1, 4-0), which jumped to a 27-8 first-quarter lead. Junior Robert Failing rushed for 190 yards, including a 76-yard touchdown run, while Logan Forist and Will Beedy added 128 and 85 yards respectively for Carson City (5-2, 3-1).

Sacred Heart 27 6 14 7 54
Carson City-Crystal 8 16 6 0 30

First quarter

SH: Nick Hire 3 run (kick good)

SH: Hire 9 run (kick failed)

SH: Hire 5 run (Two-point conversion good)

CC: Robert Failing 76 run (Will Beedy run)

SH: Mitch Myler 26 pass (kick blocked)

Second quarter

CC: Beedy 68 run (Beedy run)

CC: Logan Forist 19 run (pass good)

SH: Myler 67 pass (pass failed)

Third quarter

SH: Myler 24 pass (kick good)

CC: Forist 30 run (run failed)

SH: Hire 6 run (kick good)

Fourth quarter

SH: Nolan Briggs 17 run (kick good)

S C
Total Net Yards 459
Passing 239
Comp-Att-Int 14-22-1

Individual statistics

Rushing — Sacred Heart, Nicholas Hire 24-163. Carson City-Crystal, Robert Failing 21-190, Logan Forist 15-128, Will Beedy 5-85.

Passing — Sacred Heart, Mitchell Myler 14-22-1-239.

ALMA 42, OVID-ELSIE 0

ALMA–Quarterback Vinny Costanzo threw for 124 yards and three touchdowns to lead Alma (5-2, 4-2) in its TVC Central victory over Ovid-Elsie. Chris Luckhurst led the Marauders (2-5, 2-4) in rushing with 66 yards.

JV score–Ovid-Elsie 28, Alma 20

Ovid-Elsie 0 0 0 0 0
Alma 21 21 0 0 42

First quarter

A: Austin Coleman 25 run (Brett Green kick)

A: Aaron Gilbert pass 39 from Vinny Costanzo (Green kick)

A: Coleman 7 run (Green kick)

Second quarter

A: Green pass from Costanzo 24 pass (Green kick)

A: Gilbert 25 pass from Costanzo 25 pass (Green kick)

A: Roger Western 35 blocked punt return (Green kick)

O A
First downs 6 7
Total Net Yards 132 347
Rushes-Yards 35-119 24-221
Passing 13 126
Comp-Att-Int 4-14- 7-9-
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 3-2
Penalties-Yards 2-15 3-20

Individual statistics

Rushing — Ovid-Elsie, Trevor Keo 9-42, Chris Luckhurst 9-66, Jacob Micka 8-9, Jacob Helms 5–30, Philip Castillo 4-5. Alma, Boyd Hubbard 4-3, Vinny Costanzo 1–1, Austin Coleman 13-125, Jonny Goulette 6-94.

Passing — Ovid-Elsie, Jacob Helms 4-14–13. Alma, Vinny Costanzo 6-8–124, Shae Nelson 1-1–2.

Receiving — Ovid-Elsie, Trevor Keo 1-4, Chris Luckhurst 1-3, Jacob Price 1-4. Alma, Brett Green 2-46, Aaron Gilbert 3-74, Boyd Hubbard 1-4, Justin Jerome 1-2.

ITHACA 52, ST. CHARLES 0

ITHACA–Travis Smith threw for 134 yards and three touchdowns and added 90 yards rushing to lead Ithaca past TVC West opponent St. Charles. Bryan Shaw rushed for 106 yards and 3 touchdowns, while Markes Gadlen finished with 41 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns to help the Yellowjackets (7-0, 6-0) win their 35th consecutive game.

St. Charles 0 0 0 0 0
Ithaca 24 7 7 14 52

First quarter

I: Markes Gadlen 9 pass from Travis Smith (Sage DeMull kick)

I: Brain Shaw 6 run (DeMull kick)

I: Gadlen 26 pass from Smith (DeMull kick)

I: DeMull 26 FG

Second quarter

I: Shaw 2 run (DeMull kick)

Third quarter

I: Zach Allen 28 pass from Smith (DeMull kick)

Fourth quarter

I: Shaw 3 run (DeMull kick)

I: Deonta Williams 21 run (DeMull kick)

S I
First downs 3 17
Total Net Yards 80 372
Rushes-Yards 26-52 31-238
Passing 28 134
Comp-Att-Int 2-18-1 12-25-1
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-3
Penalties-Yards 7-64 7-70

Individual statistics

Rushing — Ithaca, Jared Evers 3-71, Bryan Shaw 14-106, Travis Smith 10-90.

Passing — Ithaca, Travis Smith 12-25-1-134.

Receiving — Ithaca, Zachary Allen 6-62, Jared Evers 2-31, Markes Gadlen 3-41.

MAPLE VALLEY 28,
HACKETT CATHOLIC CENTRAL 24

VERMONTVILLE — Brandon Erwin’s 5-yard touchdown run with 45 seconds to play lifted Maple Valley to a KVA victory. Tyler Hickey rushed for 153 yards and two touchdowns on 33 carries to lead the Lions (3-4).

Hackett Catholic Central 0 10 7 7 24
Maple Valley 0 6 8 14 28

Second quarter

KH: Brian Aldrich 38 FG

KH: Jake Buday 38 pass from Dan Thayer (Aldrich Kick Good)

MV: Tyler Hickey 1 run

Third quarter

KH: Geovante Weston 44 run (Aldrich Kick Good)

MV: Hickey 2 run (Hickey run)

Fourth quarter

MV: Anthony Mahler 3 pass from Beau Johnson (PAT Fail)

KH: Weston 2 run (Aldrich Kick Good)

MV: Brandon Erwin 5 run (Garret Miller run)

H M
First downs 8 16
Total Net Yards 189 259
Rushes-Yards 51-237
Passing 38 22
Comp-Att-Int 1-8-1 4-7-0
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 2-15 3-25

Individual statistics

Rushing — Maple Valley, Tyler Hickey 33-153, Brandon Erwin 5-35, Garrett Miller 13-33.

Passing — Maple Valley, Beau Johnson 4-7–22.

Receiving — Maple Valley, Tommy Mudge 1-9, Anthony Mahler 2-7.

PENNFIELD 28, OLIVET 13

BATTLE CREEK–Nick Coolidge rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries for Olivet, but it wasn’t enough as they fell to Battle Creek Pennfield in a KVA contest.

Olivet 0 0 7 6 13
Pennfield 0 14 8 6 28

Second quarter

P: Dominic Arredondo 25 run (Brayden Bennett kick)

P: Arredondo 16 run (Bennett kick)

Third quarter

P: Arredondo 16 run (Derek Lipps run)

O: Joe Barr 61 pass from Trent Strang (Nick Coolidge kick)

Fourth quarter

P: Davaonte Miller 13 run (pass failed)

O: Nick Coolidge 42 run (kick failed)

O P
First downs 9 20
Total Net Yards 242
Rushes-Yards 22-127 63-356
Passing 115
Comp-Att-Int 6-16-1 0-6-2
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0
Penalties-Yards 6-24 2-20

Individual statistics

Rushing — Olivet, Nick Coolidge 17-127, Cash Flower 2-2.

Passing — Olivet, Trent Strang 6-16-1-115.

Receiving — Olivet, Nick Coolidge 1-15, Joseph Barr 2-73, Tyler Masters 2-16, Austin Visger 1-11.

BENDLE 34, MORRICE 0

MORRICE–Morrice’s defense was led by Andrew Dixon with 10 tackles and Kaleb Butler added six tackles and an interception in Morrice’s GAC Blue loss to Burton Bendle (6-1). Connor Riley ran for 59 yards for the Orioles (4-3).

Bendle 7 14 7 6 34
Morrice 0 0 0 0 0

First quarter

B: Dion Reed 60 punt return (Aaron Tacey kick)

Second quarter

B: Younger Dean 6 run (Tacey kick)

B: Reed 44 run (Tacey kick)

Third quarter

B: Reed 7 run (Tacey kick)

Fourth quarter

B: Dean 11 run (kick failed)

B M
First downs 8
Total Net Yards 263 141
Rushes-Yards 38-219 49-126
Passing 44 15
Comp-Att-Int 12-4-2 1-8-
Fumbles-Lost 2-2 1-1
Penalties-Yards 3-35

Individual statistics

Rushing — Morrice, Andrew Dixon 13-32, Mike Mortimore 3-35, Connor Riley 12-59, Jake Bindshuttle 11–2.

Passing — Morrice, Jake Bindshuttle 1-8–15.

Receiving — Morrice, Kaleb Butler 1-15.

LAKE FENTON 60, PERRY 12

PERRY — The Ramblers (3-4, 3-3) allowed 361 rushing yards in their loss to Lake Fenton (6-1, 5-0). Quarterback Dakota Hart went 10 for 13 for 69 yards for Perry.

Lake Fenton 32 14 14 0 60
Perry 0 6 0 6 12

First quarter

LF:56 Run (Run)

LF: 41 Pass (Run)

LF: 23 Run (Run)

LF: 4 Run (run)

Second quarter

LF: 41 Pass

P: Dillon Brooks 23 run

LF: 1 run (Run)

Third quarter

LF: 7 run (Kick Good)

LF: 6 run (Kick Good)

Fourth quarter

P: Dakota Hart 1 run

L P
First downs 15 8
Total Net Yards 472 163
Rushes-Yards 37-361 32-94
Passing 111 69
Comp-Att-Int 4-4- 10-13-
Penalties-Yards 6-70 2-10

Individual statistics

Rushing — Perry, Dillon Brooks 12-68, Lucas Tallent 1-3, Dakota Hart 8–2, Drew Edington 2-3, Kenny Polhemus 8-26, Corbin Curtis 1–4.

Passing — Perry, Dakota Hart 10-13–69.

Receiving — Perry, Dillon Brooks 6-43, Braden Finch 4-26.

LESLIE 28, FREMONT 20

LESLIE — Chanler Carmer helped Leslie (7-0) stay undefeated with a rushing touchdown and a touchdown reception as the Blackhawks survived three interception returns for scores by Fremont (2-5). Joey King and Aron Dollarhite led the Blackhawks defense with two interceptions each.

JV Score: Leslie 38, Fremont 7

Fremont 0 7 6 7 20
Leslie 8 14 0 6 28

First quarter

L: Joey Kobus 1 run (pass good)

Second quarter

L: Chanler Carmer 20 pass from Kobas (run failed)

F: John Wiggers 58 interception return (Grant Clark kick)

L: Carmer 4 run (pass good)

Third quarter

F: Mike Siegel 76 interception return (pass failed)

Fourth quarter

L: John Baughn 27 pass from Kobas (run failed)

F: Wiggers 42 interception return (Clark kick)

F L
First downs 13 19
Total Net Yards 201 409
Rushes-Yards 22-59 46-216
Passing 142 193
Comp-Att-Int 11-31-5 10-21-6
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-0
Penalties-Yards 7-82 6-55

Individual statistics

Rushing — Leslie, John Baughan 11-5, Chanler Carmer 11-96, Gregg Davis 10-92, Josh Hayes 1-3, Joey Kobus 13-20.

Passing — Leslie, Joey Kobus 21-10-6-193.

Receiving — Leslie, John Baughan 6-100, Jonny Brown 1-18, Chanler Carmer 3-75.

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