HS Football Friday: New Philadelphia beats Dover in OT; Fairless, Garaway clinch conference titles

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The New Philadelphia Quakers pulled out a 21-20 victory over Dover in an overtime edition of the long-running high school rivalry.

In the 118th annual meeting between the rival schools, Quakers quarterback Keaton Fausel scored two touchdowns, including the game-tying score in overtime. Nathaniel Demuth followed with the game-winning point-after kick to give New Phila its 52nd all-time win over the Crimson Tornadoes.

Trevor Bean also added a touchdown for the Quakers (6-4).

For Dover (5-5), JJ Barton scored a pair of touchdowns in the Crimson Tornadoes’ third overtime loss of the year.

FAIRLESS 41, TUSLAW 14

Fairless earned a Blue Cup victory and their second consecutive PAC-7 title in their Friday win over Tuslaw.

WEEK 10 SCORES

GARAWAY 29, RIDGEWOOD 0

STRASBURG 24, TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 16

NEWCOMERSTOWN 38, BUCKEYE TRAIL 28

INDIAN VALLEY 38, CLAYMONT 14

MALVERN 28, EAST CANTON 12

SANDY VALLEY 43, TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 13

CONOTTON VALLEY 14, MADONNA (W.V.) 19

HOOVER 14, JACKSON 7

GLENOAK 28, PERRY 21

LAKE 55, GREEN 7

CVCA 48, MANCHESTER 17

ORRVILLE 23, TRIWAY 15

ALLIANCE 41, MARLINGTON 14

LINSLY (W.V.) 45, LOUISVILLE 19

CARROLLTON 63, MINERVA 7