HS Football Friday: Garaway, New Philadelphia post shutouts; DeSales beats Dover in triple OT


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Garaway remained undefeated and posted their fourth shutout in five games in Friday night’s 17-0 Pirates victory over Indian Valley in Sugarcreek.

Bucs quarterback Logan Yoder threw for 95 passing yards and a pair of touchdowns, which each went to receiver Brady Roden.

The Pirates (7-0, 2-0 IVC) outgained the Braves, 324-83, in total offensive yardage, with Ethan Miller (159 rushing yards) shouldering a bulk of Garaway’s output.

Indian Valley’s rushing duo of Gavin Henry and Grady Kinsey was limited to just 51 yards rushing.

The Braves drop to 4-3 (0-2) with the loss.

Columbus St. Francis DeSales 23, Dover 16 (3OT)

In Friday night’s triple-overtime thriller at Crater Stadium, St. Francis DeSales outlasted the Dover Crimson Tornadoes.

What was originally a low-scoring affair at halftime (6-6) soon changed with Gabe Caruso nabbing the Stallions a 4th quarter lead with a rushing touchdown. However, the Tornadoes tied the game with Ben Hamm’s 11-yard touchdown throw to Maguire Wallick with 55 seconds left in regulation. Hamm went 15-of-24 for 87 passing yards and a touchdown.

After both schools went scoreless in the first overtime, they exchanged field goals to extend the score to 16-16.

However, Caruso – who ended the night with a team-high 119 rushing yards on 24 attempts – found the end zone for the second and final night on the Stallions’ next drive.

On Dover’s responding drive, DeSales (4-3) held the Crimson on downs to win the contest – as well as hand Dover (4-3) its third consecutive loss.

New Philadelphia 21, Mansfield Madison 0

New Philadelphia blanketed Mansfield Madison’s offense as the Quakers won 21-0 on Friday night at Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium.

New Philadelphia jumped out to a 14-0 lead en route to a win that boosted their record to 4-3 (3-2 OCC).

The Quakers got three forced turnovers from Thad VanArsdale, who ended the night with two interceptions and a recovered fumble.


Claymont 35, Tusky Valley 0

Newcomerstown 30, Tuscarawas Central Catholic 0

Ridgewood 47, Sandy Valley 30

Malvern 28, Buckeye Trail 20

Beaver Local 65, Harrison Central 7

East Canton 21, Strasburg 6

Canton South 39, Fairless 38

Salem 48, Minerva 13,

Alliance 47, Carrollton 14