Lake 49, Elmwood 7 BLOOMDALE — Lake put the finishing touches on the second 10-0 season in school history and claimed an outright Northern Buckeye Conference championship Friday night. The Flyers (10-0, 7-0 NBC) led 49-0 after the first half.
Lake 55, Genoa 0 MILLBURY — Lake clinched at least a share of the Northern Buckeye Conference title with a runaway win at home Friday night. Branden Short paced the Flyers (9-0, 6-0 NBC) with 150 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Jacob Rettig
Team photo, from left: Row 1: Zach Grodi, Tyler Stuck, Dakota Sparks, Andrew Drummond, Ethan Roberts, Mike Meng, Damian D'Emilio, Dylan Witt, Joseph Farkas, Michael Roberts, Michael Apthorpe, Jose Sanchez, Joey McLear. Row 2: Austin Shaffer,
Eagles look to continue winning ways; Rossford, Genoa top contenders.
8 area players earn 1st team honors.
■ School: Genoa ■ Size/Class: 5-11, 195; senior ■ Position: Running back ■ Scouting report: He rushed for 2,076 yards and scored 29 touchdowns. He was named Division IV district co-offensive player of the year and All-Northern Buckeye Conference
■ School: Genoa ■ Size/Class: 5-10, 190; senior ■ Position: Linebacker ■ Scouting report: The Division IV district defensive player of the year was named All-Northern Buckeye Conference first team as a linebacker and offensive guard, and he also
WAUSEON — So much for witnessing offensive fireworks during the Division IV first-round football game between Genoa and Wauseon at Indians Stadium. The only fireworks were at the west end of the stadium during the playing of the national anthem.
The Indians finished regular season unbeaten.
Eastwood 53, Otsego 0 PEMBERVILLE — A kickoff return and a punt return for touchdowns sparked a 26-point first quarter Friday for the Eagles, who won an outright Northern Buckeye Conference championship. Devin Snowden returned the opening kickoff