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Shelby football players celebrate during Friday night's win over Ontario.

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Shelby pulls python act on Ontario 35-7

Shelby's offensive machine was hitting on all cylinders Friday night as it kept the scoreboard operators busy with a 35-7 win over Ontario in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 10.

The Whippets took charge in front of the Warriors 35-0 going into the fourth quarter.

The Whippets fought to a 21-0 intermission margin at the Warriors' expense.

The first quarter gave the Whippets a 14-0 lead over the Warriors.

Lexington makes early advantage stand up in vanquishing Mt. Vernon 40-14

Lexington stormed to a first quarter lead and cruised to a 40-14 win over Mt. Vernon in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 10.

Neither defense permitted points in the third quarter, leaving the score 26-7.

Lexington's offense thundered to a 26-7 lead over Mt. Vernon at halftime.

The Minutemen drew first blood by forging a 14-0 margin over the Yellow Jackets after the first quarter.

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Mansfield Senior running back Zyion Brown looks for an opening in the West Holmes defense after taking a pitch from quarterback Brock Hill during the first quarter Friday at Arlin Field.

West Holmes finds small margin for win in tilt with Mansfield Senior 20-17

West Holmes upended Mansfield Senior for a narrow 20-17 victory in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 10.

The clock was the only thing that stopped the Knights, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 13-3 fourth quarter, too.

The Tygers came from behind to grab the advantage heading to the fourth quarter over the Knights 14-7.

A halftime tie at 7-7 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Defense ruled the first quarter as West Holmes and Mansfield Senior were both scoreless.

Bellevue hammers Clear Fork into submission 48-7

Bellevue offered a menacingly balanced approach while handling Clear Fork with an all-around effort during this 48-7 victory in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 10.

The Redmen enjoyed a mammoth margin over the Colts with a 42-7 lead heading to the fourth quarter.

Bellevue opened an immense 34-7 gap over Bellville Clear Fork at the intermission.

Bellevue opened with a 26-0 advantage over Bellville Clear Fork through the first quarter.

Lucas baffles Willard 30-0

A suffocating defensive performance helped Lucas blank Willard 30-0 on September 10 in Ohio football action.

Neither squad scored in the final quarter.

The Cubs and the Crimson Flashes were engaged in a mammoth affair at 30-0 as the fourth quarter started.

The Cubs' offense roared to a 24-0 lead over the Crimson Flashes at the intermission.

Lucas roared in front of Willard 21-0 to begin the second quarter.

Crestview clips Western Reserve in tight victory 21-13

A nook of opportunity was all that was needed and Ashland Crestview nabbed it to nudge past Collins Western Reserve 21-13 during this Ohio football game.

Conditioning showed as Ashland Crestview outscored Collins Western Reserve 7-0 in the final period.

The Cougars broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 14-13 lead over the Roughriders.

The Roughriders took a 13-7 lead over the Cougars heading to the intermission locker room.

The first quarter gave the Cougars a 7-0 lead over the Roughriders.

Sandusky Perkins rains all over Ashland 49-14

Sandusky Perkins' powerful offense roared to a resounding victory by pulling away from Ashland 49-14 during this Ohio football game.

Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with Sandusky Perkins and Ashland locked in a 14-14 stalemate.

The Pirates' offense jumped to a 14-7 lead over the Arrows at the intermission.

Neither team dominated early as the two squads struggled to a 7-7 tie through the first quarter.

Galion designs winning blueprint on River Valley 42-25

Saddled up and ready to go, Galion spurred past River Valley 42-25 for an Ohio high school football victory on September 10.

The Tigers' upper hand showed as they carried a 35-25 lead into the fourth quarter.

Galion's offense darted to a 21-18 lead over River Valley at the intermission.

The Tigers opened with a 7-6 advantage over the Vikings through the first quarter.

Over and out: Seneca East punches through Buckeye Central 53-6

Seneca East swept across the scoreboard with a dizzying flurry of points to ambush Buckeye Central 53-6 at Seneca East High on September 10 in Ohio football action.

Seneca East's reign showed as it carried a 39-0 lead into the fourth quarter.

Attica Seneca East's offense thundered to a 27-0 lead over Buckeye Central at the intermission.

The Tigers jumped in front of the Bucks 6-0 to begin the second quarter.

Score no more: Highland's defense breaks Mt. Gilead 41-0

A vice-like defensive effort helped Highland squeeze Mt. Gilead 41-0 in a shutout effort in an Ohio high school football matchup.

The Fighting Scots' supremacy showed as they carried a 28-0 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Fighting Scots' offense jumped on top to a 21-0 lead over the Indians at halftime.

The first quarter gave Highland a 14-0 lead over Mt. Gilead.

Wynford plants its flag on Bucyrus 72-20

Wynford dominated from start to finish in a resounding 72-20 win over Bucyrus in an Ohio high school football matchup.

The Royals' determination showed as they carried a 58-20 lead into the fourth quarter.

Wynford's offense roared to a 51-14 lead over Bucyrus at the intermission.

The first quarter gave Wynford a 22-6 lead over Bucyrus.

Carey rains down on Colonel Crawford 35-17

No quarter was granted as Carey blunted Colonel Crawford's plans 35-17 in Ohio high school football action on September 10.

Carey broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 20-17 lead.

Colonel Crawford constructed a bold start that built a 17-14 gap on Carey heading into the locker room.

The two teams dueled to an even start, with Carey and Colonel Crawford settling for a 7-7 first-quarter knot.

Danville overcomes Fredericktown in competitive affair 28-21

Danville didn't flinch from the challenge, finally repelling Fredericktown 28-21 at Fredericktown High on September 10 in Ohio football action.

The Blue Devils fended off the Freddies' last-ditch effort in a frantic final period.

The Blue Devils moved ahead of the Freddies 28-13 as the fourth quarter started.

Danville fought to a 28-7 intermission margin at Fredericktown's expense.

Danville darted in front of Fredericktown 7-0 to begin the second quarter.

Hillsdale finds its footing in victory over Rittman 52-13

Hillsdale's powerful offense roared to a resounding victory by pulling away from Rittman 52-13 on September 10 in Ohio football.

The Falcons' rule showed as they carried a 52-7 lead into the fourth quarter.

Hillsdale's offense pulled ahead to a 46-0 lead over Rittman at the intermission.

The Falcons opened with a 14-0 advantage over the Indians through the first quarter.

Victory lap starts early as Celina sprints past Kenton 21-20

Celina built a comfortable first quarter advantage in a 21-20 win over Kenton in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 10.

Both offenses seemed to run out of gas with neither able to generate points in the fourth quarter.

The Bulldogs' leverage showed as they carried a 21-20 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Bulldogs kept a 14-7 intermission margin at the Wildcats' expense.

Celina moved in front of Kenton 14-0 to begin the second quarter.

Upper Sandusky outlasts Sycamore Mohawk 27-13

Upper Sandusky dumped Sycamore Mohawk 27-13 for an Ohio high school football victory on September 10.

Upper Sandusky's control showed as it carried a 20-7 lead into the fourth quarter.

Upper Sandusky's offense jumped to a 14-7 lead over Sycamore Mohawk at halftime.

Neither squad could muster points in the first quarter.

Arlington pushes the mute button on Cory-Rawson 48-0

No need for worry, Arlington's defense took care of business on Friday, keying a 48-0 shutout of Cory-Rawson in an Ohio high school football matchup.

Arlington's dominance showed as it carried a 42-0 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Red Devils' offense stomped on to a 35-0 lead over the Hornets at the intermission.

The first quarter gave Arlington a 21-0 lead over Cory-Rawson.

Destination, victory: Toledo Central Catholic tops Findlay 41-6

Toledo Central Catholic stormed to a first quarter lead and cruised to a 41-6 win over Findlay in Ohio high school football action on September 10.

Toledo Central Catholic's dominance showed as it carried a 34-0 lead into the fourth quarter.

Unicorns and mermaids were more common than points in a futile second quarter that left the intermission gap at 27-0.

The Fighting Irish opened with a 27-0 advantage over the Trojans through the first quarter.

Marion Pleasant edges Marion Harding in tough test 27-24

A nook of opportunity was all that was needed and Marion Pleasant nabbed it to nudge past Marion Harding 27-24 at Marion Pleasant High on September 10 in Ohio football action.

Conditioning showed as the Spartans outscored the Presidents 13-0 in the final period.

Marion Harding enjoyed a 24-14 lead over Marion Pleasant to start the fourth quarter.

The Presidents got the better of the action throughout the first half, owning an 18-7 margin over the Spartans at halftime.

The first quarter gave the Spartans a 7-6 lead over the Presidents.

Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy imposes its will on Loudonville 41-6

Yes, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy looked superb in beating Loudonville, but no autographs please after its 41-6 victory at Loudonville High on September 10 in Ohio football action.

The scoreboard was in hibernation in the first and fourth quarters, with neither team scoring.

The third quarter gave the Royals a 41-6 lead over the Red Birds.

Cuyahoga Falls Cuyahoga Valley Christian's offense took charge to a 27-6 lead over Loudonville at the intermission.

No mas: Gibsonburg clobbers Tiffin Calvert 64-16

Gibsonburg's river of points eventually washed away Tiffin Calvert in a 64-16 offensive cavalcade during this Ohio football game. .

The Golden Bears breathed fire in front of the Senecas 49-16 to begin the fourth quarter.

Gibsonburg registered a 42-16 advantage at intermission over Tiffin Calvert.

The first quarter gave Gibsonburg a 14-7 lead over Tiffin Calvert.

Tiffin Columbian takes victory lap over Mayfield 40-10

Tiffin Columbian painted a masterpiece of offensive football all over the canvas of Mayfield's defense for a 40-10 win in Ohio high school football action on September 10.

Tiffin Columbian's control showed as it carried a 33-10 lead into the fourth quarter.

Tiffin Columbian's offense moved to a 21-10 lead over Mayfield at the intermission.

The first quarter gave the Tornadoes a 14-10 lead over the Wildcats.

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