Perrysburg High School player Mark Delas (49) cuts between Anthony Wayne High School players Josh Schwerer (11) and Blake Alberts (33) during the second quarter of their football game Friday night at Perrysburg Junior High School.
The Blade/Andy Morrison
Perrysburg employed a no-huddle, uptempo offense and never let off the gas to steamroll Anthony Wayne on Friday night. The host Yellow Jackets racked up 581 yards of total offense during a 63-23 rout on Homecoming Night. Perrysburg finished with 369 rushing yards at Steinecker Stadium.
Lake put Genoa in an unfamiliar spot. The Flyers jumped out to a 14-0 lead less than two minutes into the game, and led 21-7 in the second quarter before the Comets roared back to take a 49-35 Northern Buckeye Conference football victory Friday night.
If questions lingered still about whether St. Francis de Sales is serious about re-earning respect in the football community, they were answered in the fourth quarter. Not once. Not twice. But three times.
Bryan, ranked No. 2 in the Division IV state poll, scored three times during that stretch of the first half and it ultimately led to the Golden Bears taking a commanding lead into halftime en route to a 28-6 victory over the Patriots of Patrick Henry.