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Published: Saturday, October 07, 2017 @ 12:05 AM
— Ross Harmon finished with 123 yards rushing and three touchdowns for Centerville High School in a 42-21 win over Lebanon on Friday. Harmon ran for two of Centerville’s four unanswered touchdowns to start the game. Alec Grandin finished 12-of-14 with 135 yards and two scores and Tyler King tossed a TD for Centerville. Kyle Short threw three touchdowns in a rally effort from Lebanon.
Week 7: High School Football Scores
Wayne beat Beavercreek to bounce back from last week’s loss to Centerville.
Springboro out-gunned Miamisburg in a game both teams combined for 122 points.
Devin Kenerly and his three touchdowns and 264 rushing yards gave Northmont the win over Springfield.
Madison was too much for Carlisle in an SWBL divisional battle.
Week 7 Breakdown
Trotwood 76, Fairborn 6: Markell Stephens-Peppers threw for 284 yards with five touchdowns, three to Dallas Daniels, and Raveion Hargrove racked up 207 yards rushing with four scores to lead unbeaten Trotwood in the rout.
Fairmont 62, West Carrollton 0: Jake Perkins tallied 161 yards on three carries, all three going for scores to lead Fairmont. Andrew Murray and David Stamer each went over 90 yards rushing with two touchdowns.
Piqua 42, Greenville 7: Austin Davis paced Piqua, going 12-of-14 for 219 yards and four touchdowns. Hayden Schrubb hauled in two touchdown passes and Makeegan Kuhn added a 69-yard interception return for a score. Micah Light ran in the lone score for Greenville.
Xenia 28, Stebbins 14: Sincere Wells had 12 carries for 153 yards with three scores to help Xenia pick up its first win of the season. Ryan Minor and Levi Stewart each had a rushing score for Stebbins.
Fairfield 48, Oak Hills 7: Chico Robinson racked up 144 yards rushing with a score and Jeff Tyus threw for 115 yards with two touchdowns for Fairfield.
Colerain 38, Lakota East 13: Jack Dobrozsi had a rushing score and Evan Yablonsky hauled in a 69-yard TD from Dylan Fry in the loss for East.
Princeton 24, Lakota West 10: David Afari had a four-yard score and Michael Doyle nailed a 40-yard field goal in a losing effort for West.
Fenwick 24, McNicholas 17: Matt Beckman’s 34-yard field goal with three seconds to play sent the game into overtime where a Sully Janeck TD run and a fourth-down stop put Fenwick on top.
Alter 56, Purcell Marian 6: Alter improved to 4-0 in conference play and 6-1 overall with the rout of Purcell.
Chaminade Julienne 61, Roger Bacon 32: Ryan Peltier threw for 240 yards with five touchdowns to pace CJ in the blowout win.
Badin 31, Carroll 0: Davon Starks ran for 159 yards on nine carries with three scores and also hauled in 43 yards receiving to lead Badin. Trent Fox threw for 113 yards for Carroll.
Oakwood 29, Eaton 14: Brian Erbe led Oakwood, going 18-of-26 with 339 yards and four touchdowns, including two to Connor Dinkler.
Waynesville 30, Northridge 13: Anthony Carmichael had two rushing scores and a TD pass and Cam Anderson connected on a 44-yard field goal to pace Waynesville. Dylan Smith caught a TD from Mason Hardin and Twon Hines added a rushing score for Northridge.
Mount Healthy 28, Talawanda 8: John Croucher caught a 10-yard TD pass from Adam Crank for Talawanda’s lone score.
Ben Logan 32, Tecumseh 21: Grant Ward’s interception return for a TD sealed the win for Ben Logan. Derek Coy tallied 245 yards passing and two scores and Cole Waugh added 11 receptions for 100 yards to lead the way. Jayden McFarland ran for three touchdowns for Tecumseh.
Indian Lake 35, Northwestern 24: Connor Dixon had three scoring runs in the fourth quarter as Indian Lake won in rally fashion. Ben VanNoord caught two TD passes from Chris Hart for Northwestern.
Bellefontaine 19, Jonathan Alder 6: Dezmin Lyburtus and Jerome Smith each had a TD run and Derek Robb hit a pair of field goals for Bellefontaine.
Greeneview 69, Southeastern 7: Greeneview piled up 445 yards rushing, led by Griffin Mangan with nine carries for 180 yards and two touchdowns.
Ansonia 40, National Trail 7: Jarvis Thwaits rushed for two touchdowns for Ansonia. Peyton Lane tallied 110 yards on the ground in a losing effort for Trail.
Twin Valley South 48, Tri-Village 34: Ryan Bassler threw three touchdowns to lead TVS in the win.
Coldwater 17, Minster 16: Jared Huelsman’s second rushing score put Minster in position for the win, but Coldwater held off the two-point conversion.
Fort Recovery 21, Delphos SJ’s 14: Will Homan’s 79-yard fourth-quarter TD scamper was the difference for Fort Recovery.
Published: Saturday, January 20, 2018 @ 2:21 PM
No. 18 Kentucky basketball plays Florida at 8:15 p.m. ET on Saturday, January 20, 2018. Follow along below for the score, live updates and stats from the game.
#QuadeWatch: He led the Cats out of the locker room for the layup line about 25 minutes before tip-off and looks loose, energetic and bouncy. He’s moving fine, swishing some threes, goofing around with teammates. Would be sort of surprising if he doesn’t play tonight, which is huge against a loaded Florida backcourt.
For once, #VandoWatch is not necessary. Jarred Vanderbilt made his debut on Tuesday night and will likely play even more minutes against the Gators. So now it’s #QuadeGreenWatch. The starting point guard has missed the last three games with a back injury, but he’s been out working with his teammates here at Rupp Arena before the game.
— Kentucky Basketball (@KentuckyMBB) January 20, 2018
You can watch Kentucky vs. Florida on ESPN. Dan Shulman, Jay Bilas and Maria Taylor will be on the call.
Stream Kentucky vs. Florida on ESPN3.com and the WatchESPN app.
Kentucky and Florida will be broadcast on the UK Sports Network. That’s 630-AM on Lexington radio and can be streamed at iHeart Radio. You can also listen on XM channel 190 and Sirius channel 137.
Published: Saturday, January 20, 2018 @ 2:40 PM
USC’s 2018 coaching football staff is now complete with the promotion of two quality control assistants to full-time positions. Bryan Ellis will be the Trojans’ quarterback coach while Keary Colbert will coach tight ends and inside receivers, a position created by the NCAA allowing FBS teams to add a 10 th assistant.
— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) January 20, 2018
“I have been extremely impressed with both individuals over their time here at USC,” head coach Clay Helton said in a news release. “Their knowledge of the game, ability to develop relationships with our current players and talent to recruit top athletes will be a tremendous asset to our program. These are two young stars in our profession and we are proud that they are part of the Trojan Family.”
Colbert was a wide receiver at USC from 2000-03, catching a then school-record 207 passes for 2,964 yards and 19 touchdowns. He was a graduate assistant with the Trojans in 2010 and then was on the staffs of Georgia State (2013) and Alabama (2014-15) before re-joining USC as an analyst in 2016.
Ellis, who played quarterback at UAB from 2007-11, was interim QB coach for USC during the Pac-12 title game and the Cotton Bowl after Tyson Helton left to become offensive coordinator at Tennessee.
Published: Saturday, January 20, 2018 @ 2:38 PM
Clemson is a football school. On the gridiron, the Tigers are expected to compete for ACC championships and national titles year in and year out.
Clemson’s basketball success so far this season, however, has been much less expected. And it appears the leader of the Tiger football team has taken notice.
After Clemson defeated Notre Dame 67-58 for the program’s first ever win against the Fighting Irish on Saturday, football coach Dabo Swinney spoke to the Tigers in their locker room. Swinney offered praise for the team — but not before he jokingly tried to recruit some basketball players over to the football team.
“Any of y’all that don’t go to the NBA, I will take you for your fifth year,” Swinney said, drawing laughter.
Swinney told the team that not only is he proud of their 16-3 record, but how it has gotten there.
“I’m so freakin proud of you guys,” Swinney said. “I see you all lifting each other up, encouraging each other. You freshmen, kind of finding your role.”
As impressed as he has been with Clemson’s performance so far this season, however, Swinney told the basketball players that he believes the best for the team is yet to come this season.
“This has been so much time to watch you guys, and the best is still in front of you,” Swinney said.
Check out the video below.
We had a special guest join us for our postgame celebration in the locker room…
— Clemson Men's Basketball (@ClemsonMBB) January 21, 2018
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Published: Saturday, January 20, 2018 @ 2:36 PM
The final score may not represent one that appeals to the casual football fan, but for former Wisconsin safety Natrell Jamerson, it was perfect.
In the 2018 East-West Shrine Game on Saturday, Jamerson’s West squad defeated the East, 14-10. The play-making safety starred for the winning side, scoring the first points in the game by taking a 68-yard fumble return to the house.
SCOOP AND SCORE!
The West gets on the board first with a defensive TD!
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) January 20, 2018
Thanks in part to the longest scoring play of the game, Jamerson earned defensive MVP honors.
Congratulations to the 2018 East-West #shrinegame Most Outstanding Players!
Offensive MVP East #10 Daurice Fountain @northerniowa
Defensive MVP West #12 Natrell Jamerson @UWMadison #mvps #mvp @Trellionn12 @reece_jmm pic.twitter.com/cEqgb0HI7G
— Shrine Game (@Shrine_Game) January 20, 2018
Jamerson was a senior for the Badgers this past season and actually began his collegiate career as a WR before moving to CB in 2015-16. He registered 51 tackles and 12 pass deflections this past season.
The 6-foot standout also had two interceptions and scoring on one of them.
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