FOOTBALL FRIDAY NIGHT = WEEK TWO
Logan Elm

comes from behind

to beat WF

32-28
The Braves of Logan Elm led only one time
Friday night. Unfortunately, for the defending
SVC champion Westfall Mustangs, that one
time was late in the fourth quarter 32-28 - a
score that eventually became the final.

Westfall led by 11 on two different occassions
with the first coming at 21-10 and the second
coming at 28-17. It was at that second situation
when Logan Elm came up with a big
fourth-down stop that took the momentum that
led to 15 unanswered points for the Braves to
steal the four-point victory.

Westfall travels to Cirlceville next week before
putting its 19-game SVC winning streak on the
line in Week 4.
Fisher Catholic too much for the Huntsmen
The Huntington defense held tough for two-and-a-half
quarters, but in the end Fisher Catholic's size and
speed proved to be too much for the Huntsmen.

In the early going it took two big catches from Fisher
Catholic's All-Ohio tight end Luke Roesch - the first
coming on third and long to set up FC's first score and
then the second was a jump ball that ended in an Irish
TD - to give Lancaster the early lead.

Huntington's offense struggled to get going throughout
the night. Huntsmen backs Tyler Bethel and Josh
Watkins found little running room, and even though
quarterback Sam Mitchell had a little bit of success
outside the pocket, Huntington struggled to consistently
move the chains.

A few bright spots for Coach Ferdie Marquez's
Huntington team came on defense and on special
teams. Clint Turner recoreded an interception and
Derick Clark blocked two PAT attempts.

The Huntsmen are now 0-2 and they will remain home
next week when they welcome Minford.
Westfall QB
D.J. Cain
was held to just
35 yards on 15
carries Friday
night
Piketon on the wrong end of another close finish;
Adena, Unioto, SE, and ZT all lose road games
Fisher Catholic 33
Huntington 0
After Piketon let a 53-38 lead get away last week in the final four minutes against Waverly in a 54-53
loss, the Redstreaks had another tough, close game not go their way. Quarterback Kenny Helton threw
for 213 yards and two scores - both to Jordan Brabson - as the Redstreaks held a 13-6 halftime
advantage. Two second half touchdowns from Nelsonville-York allowed the Buckeyes to get out of
Piketon with a 20-13 win.

In other action, Adena, Unioto, Southeastern, and Zane Trace all suffered losses on the road.
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