SHARPSVILLE, Pa. – Hunter Hohman accounted for five total touchdowns (3 passing, 2 rushing) as Grove City beat Sharpsville 38-22.
Hohman threw for 235 yards and ran for 56.
He connected on scoring strikes of 50 and 11 yards to Nathan Greer and had touchdown rushes of 2 and 4 yards as the Eagles built a 31-7 lead.
Caullin Summers did his best to keep Sharpsville within striking distance, tossing a pair of touchdown passes to Garen Levis, including a 76-yarder, while also scoring on a short run.
Hohman added a 36-yard touchdown strike to Clayton Martin in the second half. Anthony Nemec led the GC ground game with 138 yards.
Summers 180 yards, 135 of which went to Levis.
CATHEDRAL PREP 40, BUTLER 14
BUTLER, Pa. – Luke Costello threw three touchdown passes, Dajoure Hollingsworth ran for three and Cathedral Prep scored 26 unanswered points in the second half en route to a 40-14 win over Butler.
The Ramblers recovered the opening kickoff of the second half as the Butler 11, with Hollingsworth finding the endzone on the next play to make it 20-14.
Costello threw his second touchdown of the game to DeMario Crawford from 19 yards out to make it 26-14 and Hollingsworth scored on touchdown runs of 56 and 1 in the fourth quarter.
Costello threw a 26-yard touchdown to Crawford in the second quarter, after a 31-yarder to Camariyon Bridges in the first quarter.
For Butler, Mac Schnur threw for 224 yards and two touchdowns to Declan Dobson and Braylon Littlejohn.
MERCER 15, LAKEVIEW 13
MERCER, Pa. – Nate Haines had the go-ahead touchdown run in the third quarter and also sealed the game with a late fourth-quarter interception as Mercer topped Lakeview, 15-13.
Haines scored on a 15-yard scamper with 4:32 to go in the third quarter that gave the 6-2 Mustangs a 15-13 lead.
Lakeview jumped ahead 3-0 in the first half on a pair of short Cameron Pence touchdown runs.
Mercer cut the deficit to 13-8 before halftime on Carter Addison’s 8-yard touchdown run coupled with Haines’ 2-point conversion run.
Addison led Mercer with 52 yards on the ground, while Mitchell Tingley had 95 yards rushing for Lakeview.
REYNOLDS 78, SAEGERTOWN 12
SAEGERTOWN, Pa. – Jalen Wagner ran for 263 yards and four touchdowns as Reynolds raced past Saegertown, 78-12.
Wagner scored on runs of 31, 77, 59, and 31 yards.
Brayden McCloskey threw two touchdown passes, both of which went to Haydin McLaughlin covering 57 and 87 yards. McCloskey finished with 238 yards and also ran for a score.
McLaughlin finished with 208 yards receiving.
Wyatt Burchill had 42 yards rushing and a touchdown for Saegertown.
FARRELL 42, SHARON 14
SHARON, Pa. – Kylon Wilson rushed for 125 yards and had four total touchdowns as Farrell captured the Steel Bowl with a 42-14 win over Sharon.
The Steelers led 14-0 at halftime on the strength of a 39-yard touchdown run by Brandon Chambers and a 6-yard run by Wilson. Chambers had 127 yards on the ground.
Wilson broke the game open in the third quarter, returning a punt 70 yards for a touchdown to give the 7-1 Steelers a 20-0 lead.
Cortez Nixon got Sharon on the board with a 5-yard touchdown run, but the momentum was short-lived as Chambers answered on Farrell’s ensuing possession with a 1-yard scoring plunge.
Wilson broke the game open in the fourth quarter with touchdown runs of 45 and 51 yards.
Mikey Rodriques led Sharon with 120 yards on the ground.
SLIPPERY ROCK 34, WILMINGTON 7
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – William Mokel threw four touchdown passes, two of which went to John Sabo as Slippery Rock beat Wilmington, 34-7.
The Rockets led 34-0 at halftime.
Mokel also threw touchdown passes to Lucas Allison and Maddox Allen.
OIL CITY 34, CONNEAUT 7
LINESVILLE, Pa. – Ethen Knox was at it again, rushing for 429 yards and four touchdowns as Oil City beat Conneaut, 34-7.
Knox has now rushed for more than 400 yards in six of the Oilers’ eight games this season.
Knox scored on an 11-yard run in the first quarter, and Gavin Stephens’ 1-yard scoring run made it 16-0 Oilers after the two-point conversion.
With the 16-0 lead late in the first half, Conneaut’s Dawson Osborn returned an interception 62 yards for a touchdown.
Knox scored on touchdown runs of 19, 5 and 4 yards in the second half.
MEADVILLE 77, FRANKLIN 0
MEADVILLE, Pa. – Khalon Simmons rushed for 291 yards and three touchdowns and also threw for a touchdown as Meadville blanked Franklin, 77-0.
Brady Walker rushed for 69 yards and two touchdowns, while Amarii Lewis also had two rushing touchdowns for the Bulldogs.
Simmons finished with 103 yards threw the air, with Nic Williams accounting for 100 yards receiving and a touchdown.
WARREN 42, TITUSVILLE 17
WARREN, Pa. – Tommy Nyquist accounted for 282 yards of total offense (202 rushing, 80 receiving) and four total touchdowns as Warren beat Titusville, 42-17.
Eric Dippold found Nyquist on an 80-yard scoring strike to open the scoring and followed that up with a 69-yard touchdown run to make it 14-0.
Dippold and Cayden Wright both had big games for the Dragons as well, connecting on touchdown passes of 80 and 49 yards. Dippold finished with 233 yards passing and three touchdowns, while Wright had 138 of those yards.
The trio talked about the win afterward:
Titusville rallied to tie the game at 14-14 in the second quarter on a pair of Ian McDonald touchdown passes, 25 yards to Brock Covell and 21 yards to Kameron Mong.
The Dragons re-took the lead before the half on the 80-yard pass from Dippold to Wright.
Nyquist scored two more rushing touchdowns in the second half on runs of 28 and three yards, while Dippold and Wright hooked up again for a 49-yard score. Ethan Senz also had 98 yards on the ground for Warren, which amassed 510 yards of total offense.
McDonald finished with 167 yards through the air, while Jaxon Covell had 72 yards rushing for the Rockets.
GENERAL MCLANE 29, FAIRVIEW 15
EDINBORO, Pa. – General McLane built a 22-0 lead and held off Fairview for a 29-15 victory.
Dylan Sheeder accounted for the lone touchdown of the first half, a 60-yard touchdown run that, coupled with the 2-point conversion made it 8-0.
Sheeder threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to Billy Thomas to open the second-half scoring, and a Jace Walls pick-six made it 22-0.
Jared Gennuso’s 40-yard touchdown run and Tyler Corbin’s 1-yard plunge made it 22-15.
GM’s Kyle Birkmire put the game out of reach, however, with his late 10-yard touchdown run.
HICKORY 45, GREENVILLE 12
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Hickory outscored Greenville 24-6 in the second half en route to a 45-12 win.
Sean Kennedy and Keenan Scullin had rushing touchdowns for the Hornets, while Logan Woods connected with Nash Porada on a pair of passing scores. Woods finished with 159 yards through the air, while Kennedy had 74 yards on the ground.
Nick Solderich threw for 67 yards and ran for 74 for Greenville. Malachi Hyde had a 4-yard touchdown run for the Hornets.
MAPLEWOOWD 31, KENNEDY CATHOLIC 22
GUYS MILLS, Pa. – Ben Gilberto had a monster game, rushing for 379 yards and three touchdowns as Maplewood beat Kennedy Catholic 31-22.
Elliot Beuchat also had a rushing touchdown for the Tigers, who led 17-0 at halftime.
Garrett Buttryn had 52 receiving yards as well for the Tigers.
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 35, COCHRANTON 6
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Cambridge Springs turned in a dominant defensive effort as Cambridge Springs beat Cochranton, 35-6.
Josh Gorton got the scoring going for Cambridge Springs.
Morgan Applebee accounted for a pair of touchdowns, including a 33-yard strike to Bryce Kania.
ST. CLAIRSVILLE (Ohio) 41, FORT LEBOEUF 12
SAINT CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio – Andrew Vera threw for 232 yards and three touchdowns as St. Clairsville earned a 41-12 win over Fort LeBoeuf.
Ryan Welka and Connor McChesney scored rushing touchdowns for the Bison.
NORTH EAST 25, HARBOR CREEK 0
NORTH EAST, Pa. – North East’s defense pitched a shutout, picking up their second win of the season, 25-0 over Harbor Creek.
Tyler Wittman got the scoring going for North East on a 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, with Jackson Humes’ 8-yard touchdown pass to Steffan Lynch making it 12-0 Pickers at the half.
Humes and Lynch hooked up for the second time in the third quarter to make it 18-0.
Demetrius Cosby had a pick-six late in the fourth quarter to put the seal on North East’s defensive dominance.