Rogers 18, Cleveland John Hay 13
Dominic Jones passed for two touchdowns, ran for another, and the Rogers defense did the rest in a home victory Friday night.
Jones completed 10 of 16 passes for 146 yards and two third-quarter touchdowns — a 27-yard strike to Milton Roberts and a 34-yard pass to Joshua Taliaferro — that put the Rams up 18-7 through three quarters.
Roberts snagged five catches for 70 yards, while Taliaferro finished with two catches for 44 yards.
Rogers (3-2) finished with 39 yards rushing on 39 attempts, but also held Cleveland John Hay to 15 yards and 28 carries. In the air, John Hay completed 7 for 25 pass for 125 yards.
Bellevue 53, Waite 8
Quarterback Jalen Santoro led Bellevue (5-0) with four touchdowns, including a 24-yard run.
Santoro also passed for three touchdowns: a 19-yard pass to Dylan Flutz, a 54-yard pass to Trevan Walker and a 24-yard pass to Nick Raifsnider. Santoro finished 10 for 14 passing with 263 yards and was intercepted once, and Bellevue finished with 474 yards of offense.
Danny Powell scored Waite's only touchdown, a 24-yard pass from Charlie Smith in the fourth quarter.
Waite (0-5) finished with 95 yards of offense and trailed 40-0 at halftime.
Tiffin Columbian 35, Start 26
TIFFIN — Start nearly dug itself out of a 21-0 hole but fell short on the road to the unbeaten Tornadoes.
Spartans quarterback Arthur Phillips (6 of 13 for 195 yards) tossed three second-half touchdown passes and ran for another, cutting the deficit to 28-26 in the fourth quarter.
An eight-yard TD run by Columbian's Jack Jacoby sealed the game with 3:25 left.
Phillips connected for scores with Will Goodbar on gains of 43 and 65 yards, and with Tremain Batson for 55 yards. Goodbar led the Spartans (1-4) with 135 yards on four catches.
Jacoby paced Columbian (5-0) with 189 yards on 26 carries.
Sandusky 27, Bowsher 8
At Bowsher, the Bluestreaks (1-4) picked up their first win of the season over the Rebels (1-4) as Ben Fuller rushed for 98 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.
Bowsher was led by Phoenix Reed, who ran for 101 yards, including a two-point conversion after Stevie Johnson's one-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.
Dover 56, Woodward 0
DOVER, Ohio — Mason Mamarella tossed six touchdowns to lead Dover.
The Polar Bears (0-5) have lost 48 straight games.