DELTA Derrick Vicars carried the ball 31 times for 248 yards and two touchdowns, pacing Delta to a 14-13 Northwest Ohio Athletic League victory over Montpelier.
The Locomotives broke on top and led 13-0 in the first quarter on a 33-yard TD run by Josh Daft and an eight-yard TD toss from Stuart Thorp to Britt Barry.
But the Panthers (6-4, 4-4) blocked the extra-point try after the Locomotives second touchdown, and that was the difference in the game when Vicars ran 18 yards for one Delta TD in the second quarter and broke away for 61 yards and another TD in the third.
Daft carried 15 times for 114 yards for the Locos (6-4, 4-4).
Danbury 27,Swanton 23
SWANTON Danbury kept Swanton winless when David Clemons recovered a teammate s fumble and ran seven yards for the winning score.
Clemons also scored on a two-yard run and a 72-yard pass from Brandon Portales, who also hit Ryan Clifton for an 18-yard score.
Greg Yunker started Swanton off with a 62-yard pass reception from Beau LaVigne for one score and a 35-yard run for another. Dan McNutt kicked a 26-yard field goal and Andrew Pilliod scored on a four-yard run.
Danbury gained 325 yards passing and 58 rushing while Swanton had 106 and 248.
Bryan 20, Evergreen 13
METAMORA Austin Walz s two-yard plunge in the third quarter put
Bryan (5-5, 4-4) ahead as each defense pitched a shutout in the final 12 minutes.
Bryan QB Jamie Lorentz threw a 31-yard TD pass to Kyle Kurival in the first quarter.
Brent Tewksbury ran a kickoff back 80 yards for the Golden Bears other score.
Chris Pfund scored both touchdowns for the Vikings (4-6, 2-6) and finished with 146 yards on 22 carries.
Liberty Center 28, Archbold 7
ARCHBOLD Brian Babcock completed 8 of 19 passes for 163 yards and three touchdowns, two pulled in by Kasey Bodenbender, and the Tigers finished the regular season 9-1 overall and 7-1 in the NWOAL.
Nate Slee carried the ball 18 times for 102 yards and a TD for Liberty Center.
The Blue Streaks (1-8, 1-7) got on the scoreboard with 16 seconds left in the game, on a 23-yard pass to Andrew Redd from Gene
Goering, who completed 16 of 29 for 145 yards.