Sunday, September 11, 2016

Wayne cruises, Ponitz finishes deal; Trotwood rolls; Dunbar, Belmont fall; Pirates get first W

Here's the recap & top headlines on Week 3 in the Miami Valley:

Wayne throttles Lakota West  

 The Wayne Train got in full speed early and often as they trounced Lakota West 51-7. 5-Star WR  L'Christian "Blue" Smith scored on a long pass on the first play of scrimmage, which set the tone; from there the rout was on. The Wayne Train defense shut down Lakota East to only 76 yards total and -31 yards rushing.
Wayne now moves on to 2-0, while Lakota East falls to 0-3.

Miamisburg, Thurgood battle 

Ponitz finishes what they start, get win

 After Ponitz lost a tough one last week, they bounced back with intensity - although they had to wait a extra day for the win.
Despite a thunderstorm which halted the Friday night game, the Panthers finished off a great start on Saturday to defeat Cincy Country Day 36-14.
RB Jamil Freeman once again led the squad with his excellent play. The defense also played well, and now the Panthers move to 2-1.

Trotwood shuts out Middletown

Trotwood used Middletown mistakes to turn a tight game into a rout early as the Rams cruised 41-0.
The Rams had a standout defensive effort causing chaos early and throughout the entire game.
QB Markell Stephens-Peppers had a breakout game & led the way with 4 TDs passing.
Trotwood now is 2-1, while Middletown falls to 0-3.

Springfield gets big win on road in Lima

 Coach Maurice Douglass knows that in order for his boys to not only get to the playoffs but win?
 They have to win some big games in the regular season on the road.
One mission was accomplished as the Wildcats defeated Lima Senior 24-21 Friday night.
Star WR-RB Danny Davis ran wild for 3 TDs and former Michigan committ and Star TE-DE Leonard Taylor ran back a INT for a huge TD as the Wildcats pulled out a big win & gains some big computer points for the stretch run.
 Springfield now moves to 2-1.

Dunbar falls to Princeton

    The Wolverines went down to Cincy playing good ball, but ran into a hungry Princeton team as the Wolverines lost 41-12.
Dunbar falls to 2-1, while Princeton,  who has knocked off Springfield and Dunbar, is now 3-0.
  Too many mistakes and a Princeton team who executed very well spelled doom for the Wolverines.

 Belmont falls to Liberty Union

    Belmont couldn't get the running game rolling, and Liberty Union continued it's hot play with a 25-0 win @ Welcome Stadium on Saturday night.
Liberty Union has averaged over 40 points a game, and controlled the tempo for most of the night. The Bison had a few opportunities but couldn't capitalize, and Union took full advantage of that inability. Belmont falls to 1-2, while Liberty moves to 3-0.

Miamisburg shuts down Thurgood

   Looks like the Miamisburg Vikings are forreal.
They put on a show for the Welcome Stadium crowd as they ran past the Cougars 49-6.
Thurgood dictated the 1st quarter, but couldn't score, and once Miamisburg got rollin, there was no stopping them. The Vikings were up 13-0 & never looked back. Star RB Jake Ross rushed 3 times for 180 yards on 2 long TDs and added a receiving TD.

C-J garners first W of the season

Chaminade snapped out of a funk and played great ball as they blanked Meadowdale 34-0.
After falling in its first 2 games, the Eagles were able to get their offense rolling, while the Lions continued to stuggle.
C-J is now 1-2 whole the Lions fall to 0-3.

West Carrollton gets its first W of season

 The Pirates of West Carrollton pulled out a thrilling 22-20 win over Greenon on Friday.
It was their first W of the season, as they held off a tough Greenon team.
They now move to 1-2.

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