West Homes High School flexed their offensive muscles in a 60-7 blowout of New Philadelphia on Friday night in Millersburg.
The Knights (9-0, 5-0) captured their third consecutive Ohio Cardinal Conference title with the win, in which they jumped out to a 36-0 victory in the first half.
Knights quarterback Mason Wolfe went 14-of-18 for threw274 passing yards and four touchdowns. Receivers Kyle Maltrick and Logan Zollars each hauled in a pair of touchdowns while running back Sam Williams-Dixon rushed 13 times for 80 yards and two touchdowns – all in the first half.
Quakers quarterback Keaton Fausel went 7-of-13 for 119 passing yards and an interception while also throwing a 57-yard touchdown to Dan DiDonato to put New Phila on the board just before halftime.
The Quakers fell to 5-4 (4-3).
LINSLY 21, DOVER 20
Linsly pulled out a 21-20 victory over the Dover Crimson Tornadoes on Friday in West Virginia.
The Cadets scored a touchdown with 28 seconds remaining to cut Dover’s lead to 21-20. Linsly missed the ensuing extra point kick but was bailed out on a Dover roughing the kicker penalty and successfully converted the following 2-point conversion.
Dover drops to 5-4 with the loss.
WEEK 9 SCORES
GARAWAY 33, SANDY VALLEY 7
RIDGEWOOD 40, CLAYMONT 7
NEWCOMERSTOWN 44, STRASBURG 14
INDIAN VALLEY 42, TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 0
BUCKEYE TRAIL 7, EAST CANTON 0
FAIRLESS 42, TRIWAY 21
CVCS 35, TUSLAW 20
ALLIANCE 55, MINERVA 7
SALEM 41, MARLINGTON 7
McKINLEY 40, GLENOAK 7
JACKSON 21, CANTON CENTRAL CATHOLIC 14
LOUISVILLE 24, NOTRE DAME-CATHEDRAL LATIN 17
ORRVILLE 28, CANTON SOUTH 35
NORTHWEST 35, MANCHESTER 16
WEST BRANCH 42, CARROLLTON 20