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Hohman Sets Grove City Passing Mark in Win; Sharon Gets Another Shutout; Cambridge Springs Upends Mercer (D10 R1/2/3 Recaps)

Grove City's Hunter Hohman.

GROVE CITY, Pa. – Hunter Hohman turned in another signature performance and etched his name in Grove City football history as the Eagles earned a 58-28 win over Wilmington.

Hohman completed 21-of-25 passes for 406 yards and four touchdowns, becoming Grove City’s career passing yardage leader in the process.

Hohman now has 6,144 yards in his career, surpassing the previous mark of 5,886 yards set by Kam Patterson in 2016.

Hohman also had 107 yards rushing and a 64-yard touchdown run.

The Eagles built a 36-14 halftime lead, as Nathan Greer caught two of his three touchdowns from Hohman covering 60 and 44 yards.


Greer also hauled in an 18-yard score from Hohman in the third quarter and finished with seven receptions for 212 yards. Lucas McCreadie also hauled in a 68-yard touchdown pass from Hohman, while Gavin Lutz had 13 receptions for 126 yards.

Dominic Garzarelli also had 56 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Bode Stevenson added a late touchdown run for the Eagles.

Ben Miller had another big game for Wilmington, rushing for 239 yards and a touchdown, while Tyler Mikuln had 139 yards rushing and two touchdowns and Ashton Reader 13 yards and a touchdown.

Grove City finished with 635 yards of total offense in the win.



SHARON, Pa. – The Sharon defense picked up its fifth shutout of the season in a 41-0 win over Greenville.

Mister Ham accounted for two passing touchdowns to C.C. Harrison and also ran for a score for the Tigers.

Ham’s touchdown passes to Harrison covered 42 and 20 yards, and he also scored on a 43-yard run. He finished 11-of-17 through the air for 119 yards and also ran for 53 yards.

Cortez Nixon, meanwhile, had 74 yards on the ground and scored on touchdown runs of five and 30 yards, while Harrison had 83 yards receiving.

Malachi Hyde had 55 yards on the ground for Greenville.


MERCER, Pa. – Preston Gorton rushed for 89 yards and two touchdowns as Cambridge Springs picked up its eighth win of the season, 22-8 over Mercer.

The Blue Devils built a 14-0 lead in the first half, as Gorton scored on a 21-yard touchdown run with 3:30 to go in the first quarter.

Cambridge made it 14-0 on Josh Gorton’s 1-yard plunge with 7:22 to go before halftime.

Mercer scored its lone touchdown of the game with 19 seconds to go in the first half on a 1-yard touchdown run by Carter Addison, and the two-point conversion made it 14-8 at halftime.


Gorton scored his second touchdown of the game on a 19-yard run with 3:28 to go in the third quarter.

Brett Kania added 67 yards on the ground for the Blue Devils.

Daemyin Mattocks had 96 yards on the ground to lead Mercer, going over 1,000 yards on the season in the process.


SAEGERTOWN, Pa. – Aaron Shartle ran for 145 yards and two touchdowns as Saegertown blanked Kennedy Catholic, 48-0.

Cru Scott also had a big game for Saegertown, rushing for 145 yards and two touchdowns, while Reese Wilkinson had 112 yards on the ground and two touchdowns.

The win was the second of the season for the Panthers.


STONEBORO, Pa. – Mitchell Tingley rushed for 206 yards and a touchdown as Lakeview beat Reynolds, 37-0.

In the process, Tingley also surpassed 1,000 yards rushing on the season. Tingley also kicked a field goal in the win.


Aiden Osborne added a pair of rushing touchdowns for the Sailors, who led 27-0 at halftime.

Osborne finished with 51 yards on the ground

Luke Klonowski also found the end zone in the win, while Leyton Zacherl connected with Blake Skiles on a second-quarter touchdown pass.

Zacherl finished with 137 yards through the air.


ERIE, Pa. – Paul Johnson threw for 252 yards and three touchdowns as Mercyhurst Prep improved to 9-0 and wrapped up the outright Region 2 title with a 48-3 win over Union City.

Johnson also had an interception on defense and had two rushing touchdowns.

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