FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30th SCORING SUMMARIES
Montpelier 20, Ottawa Hills 2
After a 14-0 half time lead, the Locomotives chalked up their third and final score in third quarter to secure the win. Kolden Uribes found pay dirt at the 7:35 mark of first quarter with a 41-yard run. Bryce Cooley added the extra point. Not to be outdone, Cooley added a 41-yard touchdown run of his own adding the extra point for the 14-0 lead at the break. Cooley scored his 13th point of the game with a 6:30 left in the third period. Cooley was the leading rusher for Montpelier, and the game with 109 yards on 14 carries.
Wauseon 18, Bryan 7
The Indians found the end zone scored touchdowns in each of the first, second and third quarters for the NWOAL victory. Junior Martinez put the Indians on the scoreboard first with a one yard run with 7:41 remaining in the first quarter. Wauseon’s second quarter score came when Brendan Wilson intercepted a Zac Nobis pass resulting in a pic-six. Wilson gave his team its 18th point with a 62-yard sprint with 3:58 left in the third quarter. The Golden Bears reached pay dirt with :11 seconds remaining in the third period for their lone score of the game. Wilson led Wauseon with 93 yards on 14 attempts. The leading ball carrier for the game was Bryan’s John Rittenhouse with 117 yards on 29 totes.
Tinora 14, Edgerton 7
The Rams scored twice in the first half to hold off the Bulldogs. Edgerton’s score came in the third period with a 30-yard pass from Clayton Flagel to Braydon Cape as Carter Knecht added the extra point. Tinora outgained Edgerton with 211 total yards to the Bulldogs’ 162 yards during the defensive battle. Spencer Martin of Tinora carried the ball 44 times for 190 yards, Edgerton was led by Derek Blue who finished with 57 yards on 10 attempts.
Liberty Center 14, Delta 0
The Tigers used a touchdown in each half to down the Panthers in NWOAL action. Liberty Center outgained Delta 334 yards to 108. Despite the loss, Jesse Beverly led Delta on the ground with 88 yards on 19 carries.
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