COUDERSPORT, Pa. – Gavin Ayers rushed for 146 yards and five touchdowns as Coudersport picked up its first win of the season, 59-0 over Sheffield.
The Falcons, who finished with 359 yards rushing as a team, led 57-0 at halftime.
Dylan Kelly also eclipsed 100 yards on the ground for the Falcons, rushing for 109 and a pair of scores. John Wright also added a rushing score.
Allen Williams also had two sacks, a fumble recovery and scored a touchdown.
Malique Outland led Sheffield with 50 yards rushing and also had 50 yards through the air.
FARRELL 58, LAKEVIEW 6
STONEBORO, Pa. – Anthony Stallworth rushed for 227 yards and four touchdowns as Farrell improved to 3-0 with a 58-6 win over Lakeview.
Stallworth scored on runs of 4, 6 and 25 before capping his night with a 91-yard burst.
The Steelers scored three defensive touchdowns, including two on interception returns from Brandon Chambers and Kylon Wilson, with Wilson also returning a kickoff 84 yards for a touchdown. Anthony Jackson also scored on a 12-yard fumble return.
Lakeview got on the board late courtesy of a Gavin Murdock 1-yard touchdown run, with Murdock rushing for 40 yards and passing for 47.
The touchdown was the first allowed by Farrell this season. The Steelers have outscored their opponents 182-6.
SHARON 14, HICKORY 7
SHARON, Pa. – Mikey Rodriques scored on a 10-yard touchdown run with 23 seconds remaining to lift Sharon to a dramatic 14-7 win over Hickory.
This came on the heels of LaBrae Norris scoring on a 6-yard touchdown run earlier in the quarter that made it 7-6. Norris also recovered a fumble that set up the game-winning drive for the Tigers.
Keenan Scullin scored on a 70-yard hook-and-lateral from Logan Woods early in the first quarter, which proved to be the Hornets’ only score of the game.
Rodriques rushed for a team-high 30 yards for Sharon. Rodriques and star receiver Ja’on Phillips connected for eight completions in the contest.
LIBERTY-BENTON (Ohio) 35, WILMINGTON 14
FINDLAY, Ohio – Liberty-Benton snapped Wilmington’s 22-game regular-season winning streak with a 35-14 victory.
The Greyhounds, who added the game on Thursday, got an 80 touchdown run from Luke Edwards, but wer most shut down apart from that by the L-B defense.
Kameron Garlock had a big game for Liberty-Benton, throwing touchdowns of 71 and 18 yards to Connor Boyd and 25 to Lincoln Garlock while also scoring on a 10-yard run.
Toby Collert put the finishing touches on the night for the Liberty-Benton offense, scoring on an 8-yard run in the fourth quarter that made it 35-7.
Wilmington added a late touchdown on a Tuff McConahy 20-yard pass to Cole McCallister.