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D-6High Schools THE CINCINNATI 1 QUR1 K Saturday, September 21, 1991 High school football H Tl a ii renew rivalry ers Moeller, Massi lion ow Prep p BY KEN ROBINSON Enquirer Contributor Ohio prep football legends Mas-sillon and Moeller clash this evening with stronger than usual incentives for both sides. For Massillon's Tigers (3-0) defeated by Moeller in the closing seconds of last season's meeting vengeance is the operative motive. Moeller (2-1), on the other hand, will rely on survival instincts. Not that a loss would end its season, but a fourth straight play- off berth for Moeller would be seriously jeopardized, especially with its grueling Greater Cincinnati League schedule beginning next week. "I really won't know where we are until this game's over," Crusaders coach Steve Klonne said. "We haven't lined up against a quality opponent and played well for an entire game yet this season." Kickoff is at 8 p.m. at Galbreath Field. There are approximately 1,000 175 and 195 pounds, spearhead Massillon's multi-set offense which employs 15-20 formations, according to Klonne. "For us to win we have to control the ball on offense because they have so much skill on theirs," Klonne said. Lockland, CCD clash Lockland plays at Cincinnati Country Day in a key Miami Valley Conference matinee today at 2 p.m. League championship implications ride on this game. FRIDAY RESULTS Cincinnati Hills League CAPE 28. Madeira 0 Mariemont 42. Finneytown 0 Taylor 16, Reading 6 Loveland 27. Deer Park 17 Wyoming 21. Indian Hill 7 Greater Miami Conference Princeton 46. Milford 6 Lakota 12. Sycamore 0 Middletown 28. Fairfield 0 Hamilton 38. Lima 21 Non-League Williamsburg 21, Clermont Northeastern 3 Western Brown 41, North College Hill 14 New Richmond 35, Bethel-Tate 8 Fenwick 24, Lemon-Monroe 14 Talawanda 48. Edgewood 0 Franklin 14, Lebanon 7 Carroll 20. Miamisburg 19 OT Amelia 10, Walnut Hills 0 Norwood 34, Anderson 20 Turpin 35, Northwest 0 Winton Woods 41. Woodward 18 Glen Este 28. Harrison 18 Hughes 26, Taft 0 seats and 1,500 standing-room tickets available. They will go on sale at 6:30 p.m. at Galbreath. The Tigers and Crusaders play for the sixth time in the schools' history. Moeller owns a whopping 5-0 advantage, including state championship victories over Mas-sillon in 1980 and '82. Last year, the Crusaders stunned Massillon, 24-23, in a game with a thrilling finish at Paul Brown Stadium. Trailing by six points with 24 seconds remaining, quarterback Neil Dougherty con .',1)1 7KV' - 'v- Wfft'- v Byrd leads CAPE : over Madeira, 28-0 :.: v. -i t ' . V' t ".-v ' v Qcx$- lowers his shoulder to take on a Norwood defender. downs Anderson, CCD defeated Lockland last season, 10-3, in a surprisingly close outcome. This year both schools have displayed offensive firepower and are the two projected MVC contenders. The Indians; (3-0) have racked -up 77 points,; while the Panthers (3-0) scored 95 in their first three games. "I certainly think this a real pivotal game," CCD coach Tim Dunn said. "Whoever wins has the upper hand in the league." Elder 38, Withrow 0 St. Xavier 24, Colerain 0 La Salle 56. Aiken 21 Purcell Marian 33. Roger Bacon 18 Col. DeSales 31. Mt. Healthy 21 Dayton Dunbar 22. Western Hills 21 New Miami 13, Batavia 7 Summit Country Day 14, Landmark Christian 6 Ross 24, Kings 15 Springboro 27, Mason 0 Goshen at Wilmington Little Miami 42. Blanchester 6 Wheelersburg 29. Hillsboro 6 Kentucky Football Friday, Sept 20 Beechwood 49. Scott 7 Ludlow 21, Bellevue 7 Tatee Creek 14, Boone County 13 OT Campbell County at Lexington Dunbar, 8 p.m. Dayton at Wayne County. 8 p.m. Highlands 35. Newport Central Catholic 32 Holmes 28. Dixie Heights 0 Lloyd 34, Conner 14 Newport 8, Simon Kenton 0 team, kicked field goals of 40 and 33 yards, his first-ever FG for the1 football team. The 40-yarder was the third-longest in school history Mike Huff rushed for a career-; high 125 yards on 32 carries with a 6-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Lakota sacked Sycamore quar terback Chris Jones five times for minus-48 yards. i SYCAMORE 0 0 0 0-8 LAKOTA 6 3 0 3 It L-Huff 6 run (kick failed) 1 . L Silva 40 FG ' L-Silva 33 FG Records: Lakota 2-2, (1-1 GMC), Sycamore 1-3 (0-2)! Middletown 28, Fairfield O, at Fairfield Undefeated Midi-dletown controlled the ball and the game as it pounded out a victory over winless Fairfield in a GMQ game. ; Middletown had 319 total yards and 20 first downs, while Fairfield gained 114 total yards. ! Quarterback Chris Pinson comL pleted six-of-10 for 82 yards anijl two touchdowns. Pinson also scored on a 9-yard run. ! MIDDLETOWN 7 7 7 7-28 FAIRFIELD. 0 I I H M Gregory 8 pass from Pinson IConnaughton kick) M Montaie 3 pass from Pinson (Connaughton kick) M Pinson 9 run (Connaughton kick) M Colson 46 run (Connaughton kick) ' ' Records: M 4-0, 2-0 GMC; F 0-4, 0-2. ! Amelia 10, Walnut Hills O, at Amelia Amelia, buoyed by a strong defense, overcame its own mistakes on offense to top Walnut Hills. ; Senior inside linebacker Mike Lewis led the Amelia defense with 14 tackles while junior quarterback Ted King (ll-of-19 passing for 133 yards) led the offense. ; King, who ran for the game's only touchdown on a 1-yard sneak, gained 49 yards on 14 carries. In total yards, Amelia outgained Walnut Hills 318-114, but was plagued by turnovers and penalties. ; Senior kicker Sean Schubert added an extra point and a 27-yard field goal. WALNUT HILLS AMELIA jj 0 8 -0 0 M -0 10 A-King 1 run (Schubert kick) A-Schubert 27 FG Records: A 2-2, WH 0-4. Summit Country Day 14, Landmark Christian 6, at Landmark Christian Brian Nurre threw for two touchdowns as Summit Country Day kept Landmark Christian winless. Rob Tucker ran for 77 yards on 17 carries and one touchdown for Landmark Christian. His 4-yard scoring run with 3:35 left closed the scoring margin, but Summit Country Day ran out the clock for the win. SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY 7 0 7 0-M LANDMARK CHRISTIAN ..0 0 0 4-6 SCD-Mason 47 pass from Nurre (Quintas kick) SCD-O'Brlen 24 pass from Nurre (Quintas kick) LC Tucker 4 run (run failed) Records: LC 0-3, SCO 4-0. Turpin 35, NorthwestO, at Anderson Turpin used a 351-yard game from its running attack to pound Northwest to the non-conference victory. Turpin's Dennis Rusche gained 172 yards on 27 carries while his backfield partner Nate Freund gained 141 yards on 17 carries in the Spartans' first win of the season. Andy Fitzwilliams returned the opening kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown for Turpin. Northwest was held to 119 total yards. NORTHWEST . 0 -0 0 -35 TURPIN , T-Flfiwllllams 85 kickoff return (Petry kick) i -i-reune run ifetry kick) T-Rusche5run (Petry kick) T-Ferrara 23 pass to O'Connor (Petry kick) T-Rusche 5 run (Petry kick) Records: T 1-3, N 0-4, nected with running back Carlos Collins on 38-yard touchdown pass. "It was a miracle. On the play before, we had just gotten the first down by an inch," Klonne recalled. "We sent four receivers deep to win it. That was all we could do." Massillon enters the contest rated No. 4 by The Associated Press. Moeller is sixth. The Tigers come heavily armored on offense with eight returning starters from 1990. Running backs Travis McGuire and Folando Ashcraft, weighing in at or- I 4 The Cincinnati EnquirerTony Tribble 34-20 Barre let Said Barre: "Our playoff hopes were on the line and we needed a victory," This was the third Division I school we've beaten and this should give us a lot of computer points." It was third victory of the season for Norwood after an opening loss to Mariemont. Edwards led the Norwood with 197 yards rushing on 20 carries. Ragle threw for 123 yards. ANDERSON. NORWOOD. . 7 0 7 4-50 .14 0 0 20-34 N-Edwards 10 run (Edwards kick) A-Andreadis 2 run (Lawrence kick) N-Carmack 42 pass from Ragle (Edwards kick) A-Andreadis 25 run (Lawrence kick) N-Carmack 70 int return (Edwards kick) N-Edwards 91 run (Edwards kick) N-Cobb 30 yard int. return (kicked block) A-Andreadis 1 run (pass failed) Records: A 3-1, N 3-1. 227 yards Mack ran for two touchdowns. Smith also completed 8-of-18 passes for 110 yards. Taft was plagued by four first-quarter turnovers. HUGHES-TAFT 7 1 0 0-28 0 0 0 0-0 H Mack 10 run (Anderson kick) H Smith 35 interception return (kick blocked) H-Davis 70 punt return (kick blocked) H-Mack 5 run (Anderson kick) Records: H 1-3, T 0-4. Little Miami42, Blanches-ter6, at Little Miami Brian Woodruff ran 44 yards for a touchdown on the third play from scrimmage. BLANCHESTER 0 0 06- LITTLE MIAMI 15 14 13 0 -42 LM-Woodruff 44 run (Books kick) LM-Books 28 run (Books pass from Haines) LM-Lamb I run (Books kick) LM-Woodruff 4-yard run (Books kick) LM-Woodruff 28 run (Books kick) LM-Lamb 39 Interception return (kick fail) B Straight 32 pass from Blanton (kick fall) Records: LM 2-2 (1-0), B 0-4 (0-1). Winton Woods41, Woodward 18, at Winton Woods Winton Woods overcame a slow start to win its second straight. Winton Woods, plagued by three turnovers in the first five minutes, led only, 7-6, after the first quarter before Eric Taylor broke off a 25-yard touchdown run. Taylor rushed for 101 yards, Scott had 69 rushing yards and Robert Bouldin added 61 yards. WOOOWARO j 0 12 0-18 WINTON WOODS ,. ....7 14 13 7 -41 WO-Wllson 55 run (kick failed) Wl-Bouldln 6 run (Gibson kick) Wl-Taylor 25 run (Gibson kick ) Wl-Scott 15 pass from Tldwell (Gibson kick) WO-Rickerson 3 run (kick failed) Wl-Brundage 20 fumble return (kick failed) WO-Rushlng 30 pass from Rickerson (run failed) Wl-Falkner 29 pass from Tldwell (Gibson kick) Wl-Bouldln 3 run (Gibson kick) Records: Wl 2-2, WO 0-4. Anderson tailback Jason Druso Norwood Interceptions :are the key to victory !BY DAVE SCHUTTE .' Enquirer Contributor The spiraling football looked the size and color of a overgrown pumpkin to Norwood safety Mike Carmack. After intercepting the ball, Carmack raced 70 yards for a touchdown which proved to be the catalyst for the Norwood Indians in a 34-20 upset over the Anderson , Redskins at Norwood Friday night. "All I could think about was "catching it before I started running," Carmack said. "Once I Rashawn Byrd took the opening kickoff and returned it 82 yards for a touchdown and a new school record as Cincinnnati Academy of Physical Education rolled to a 28-0 victory at Madeira in a Cincinnati Hills League game Friday night. Tony Pierre rushed for 111 yards on 17. CAPE outgained Madeira on the ground, rushing for 156 yards to the Mustangs 58. CAPE 8 0 6 14-28 MADEIRA .. 0 0 0 0-0 C-Byrd 75 kickoff return (Abernathee pass from Smith) C-Byrd 21 run (kick failed) C-Abernathy 25 yard pass from Smith (kick failed) C Manule 50 fumble recovery (Smith run) Records: CAPE 4-0 (3-0), M 0-4 (0-3). Taylor 16, Reading 6, at Taylor Junior running back Ralph Cave rushed for 30 yards on 7 carries and caught a 49-yard touchdown pass from Mike West. Mike West completed 6-of-13 for 105 yards. READING 0 0 0 6-6 TAYLOR 7 0 9 0-16 T-Cave 49 pass from West (Harnlst kick) T-Safety T-Stinson 11 run (Harnlst kick) R Julien 3 run (run failed) Mariemont 42, Finneytown 0, at Finneytown Mike Rafter ran for 202 yards on 18 carries and R.J. Orr scored the first two touchdowns of the game as Mariemont rolled over Finneytown and stayed undefeated in the Cincinnati Hills League game. Mariemont had a 409-62 advantage in total yards. MAPiciJnuT u j 14 FINNEYTOWN 0 0 0 0-0 M-Orr 18 pass from Lakamp (Wakefield kick) M-Orr 12 run (Wakefield kick) M-Rafter 3 run (Wakefield kick) M-Rafter 9 run (Wakefield kick) M-Lakamp 2 run (Wakefield kick) M-Lakamp 1 run (Wakefield kick) Records: Mariemont 4-0, 3-0 in CHL, Finneytown 0-4, 0-3. Wyoming 21, Indian Hill 7, at Wyoming Wyoming's Mike Grandstaff rushed for 75 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead the Cowboys. Brad Hamilton led Indian Hill with 126 yards on 19 carries. INDIAN HILL. 0 0 7 0-7 7 14 0 0-21 WYOMING. W -Grandstaff 2 run (Grandstaff kick) W-Plummer 8 TD pass from Meti (Grandstaff kick) W-Grandstaft 3 run (Grandstaff kick) I Klst 2 run (Finkekneier point after) Records: W 3-1 (2-1 CHL), IH 3-1 (2-1 CHL) Loveland 27, Deer Park 17 at Deer Park The Tigers broke a 17-17 tie in the fourth quarter with a 32-yard field goal by Mike Coleman, his second of the game, and an 8-yard touchdown run by Marty Johnson. LOVELAND 7 10 0 10-27 DEER PARK 7 7 ) 0-17 L Doerr 70 run (Coleman kick) D-Woods 80 fumble return (Zenni kick) L-Coleman 22 FG L Newman 22 pass from Doerr (Coleman kick) D-Woods 60 pass from Condon (Zenni kick) D-Zenni 29 FG L-Coleman 32 FG L-Johnson 8 run (Coleman kick) Records: L 2-2 (2-1 CHL); DP 2-2, 1-2. Princeton 46, Milford 6, at Milford In a showdown of Greater Miami Conferenceco-lead-ers, Princeton, the city's top-rated team, scored a lopsided victory over host Milford. - Princeton quarterback Lamont Houston passed for 183 yards and two TDs while running 49 yards for another TD. Running back James Olverson (124 yards rushing) added 7 and 9-yard scoring runs, Princeton had 440 total yards. PRINCETON 20 0 12 M-46 MILFORD ,. 0 4 0 0-6 P-Sanders 63 pass from Houston (Roberts kick) P-Olverson 7 run (kick failed) P-Young 55 Interception return (Roberts kick) M-Rayborn 1 run (kick tailed) P-Olverson 9 run (kick failed) P-Houston 49 run (pass failed) P Williams 86 from Houston (Roberts kick) P-Zellers 5 run (Roberts kick) Records: P 4-0 (2-0 GMC), Milford 2-2 (1-1) Lakota 12, Sycamore 0, at Lakota Senior Bill Silva, a member of of Thunderbirds' soccer Killens sets Purcell record with caught it, the rest was easy." Carmack's heroics came with 9:21 remaining in the fourth period and with the score tied, 14-14. It halted Anderson's potential go-ahead scoring drive and set the stage for an Indian victory. "Mike's interception was definitely the big play and the turning point in the game," Norwood coach Jim Barre said. "If Anderson had scored on that drive, it could have been a different game." The Redskins didn't play dead after falling behind, 21-14. They put together a seven-play drive that was stalled on the Norwood 9 when tailback Lou Andreadis was stopped on a fourth-and-1 run. On the ensuing play, junior fullback Marc Edwards raced 91 yards for a TD on a quick trap up the Mount Healthy 21, at Columbus DeSales Mount Healthy's senior running back Marc Daniels rushed for 117 yards on 14 carries including a gallop of 88 yards in the first quarter. The Owls' Sophomore quarterback Brian Cannon was nine-of-17 for 117 yards). MT. HEALTHY 14 0 0 7-21 7 7 7 W-31 COLUMBUS DESALES M -Daniels 88 run (Rittmier kick) C-Vagistrale 56 run (Mahle kick) M-Cannon 12 run (Rittmier kick) C Emerling I run (Mahle kick) C Emerling 5 run (Mahle kick) C Emerling I run (Mahle kick) C Mahle 20 field goal M-Johnson 21 pass from Cannon (Rittmier kick) Records: MtHealthy 3-1. Dayton Dunbar 22, Western Hills 21, at Welcome Stadium, Dayton Tutu Brown scored on a fumble recovery and then threw a two-point conversion pass with 2:02 remaining. Western Hills held a 21-14 lead with less than three minutes but a Dayton punt put the Mustangs back at their own 2. Brown picked up a fumbled pitchout and scored to pull the Wolverines to within 21-20. Brown then threw to Winkie McDaniel for the 2-point conversion and the win. WESTERN HILLS 14 7 0 0-21 DAYTON OUNBAR 0 14 0 8-22 W-Byndon 30 run (Clayton kick) W-Hosklns 40 run (Clayton kick) D-McOanlel 4 pass from Turner (kick failed) W-Byndon 21 run (Clayton kick) D Duberry 22 pass from Turner (Turner run) D-Brown 2 fumble recovery (McDaniel pass from Tutu Brown) Records: W 2-2, D 2-2. Ross 24, Kings 15, at Ross Paul Houston gained 100 rushing yards to lead Ross. KINGS 7 0 0 1 -15 middle, giving the Indians a 28-14 lead. "I could feel that the Anderson players were a little down after we stopped them," Edwards said. "I took the handoff , cut to my left and broke into the clear." Following the kickoff, Anderson quarterback Jason Bell went to the air again in an attempt to rally the Redskins. This time it was Norwood cor-nerback Jimmie Cobb who picked off the pass, racing 36 yards untouched for Norwood's third TD in less than four minutes, making it 34-14. "After that first interception, I walked along the sidelines and said to myself that it just wasn't our night," Anderson coach Vince Sur-iano said. ROSS .. 7 -24 R-Murray 23 FG K-Bailer 5 run (Downs kick) R Hutson 17 pass from Stringer (Murray kick) R Coolidge 6 run (Murray kick) R Tipton 5 pass from Coolidge (Murray kick) K-Simpson 10 pass from Downs (Downs pass to Simpson) Records: R 3-1, (1-0 FAVC); K 2-2, 0-1. Glen Este 28, Harrison 18, at Glen Este Glen Este quarterback Mike Ayers completed 12-of-17 passes for 187 yards and rushed for a touchdown as he helped Glen Este to a 3-1 record. Brian Conley rushed for 95 yards on 19 carries for Glen Este. Harrison's Mike Smith rushed for 171 yards on 12 carries. .(08 t-n -M 7 0 7-28 GLEN ESTE. G-Grimmeft 30 run (Davis kick) G-Grimmett 6 run (Davis kick) H-Farris 10 run (kick failed) G-Comey 5 run (Davis kick) H-Mike Smith 45 run (kick failed) G-Ayers 2 run (Davis kick) H-Smith 3 run (kick failed) Records: GE 3-1, H 3-1. ROBIN HALE, HOLLI WARMAN (Glen Este) Western Brown 41, North College Hill 14, at NCH Kris Cooper scored on touchdown runs of 27 and one yard runs to lead Western Brown. WESTERN BROWN . NCH M I 8 M-41 . 0 14 0 -M WB-Cooper 27 run (Becht kick) WB-Flte36run(Bechtkick) WB-Fite 8 run (kick failed) N-70 pass (kick failed) N Block punt return (run good) WB-Fite 3 run (Cooper pass from Moore) WB-Cooper 1 run (kick failed) WB-Scherilnger I run (Becht kick) Records: WB 2-2, NCH 1-3. Hughes 26, Taft O, at Taft Quincy Davis had a 70-yard punt return for a touchdown and finished with nearly 200 yards on five punt returns. Kenita Smith scored on a 35-yard interception return, and Telly Terry Killens ran for a school-record 227 yards and scored four touchdowns to lead Purcell Marian to a 33-18 victory over Roger Bacon. PURCELL MARIAN 0 t M 13-33 ROGER BACON i t 0 12 W R Mack 7 run (ktck failed) P-Kinens 20 pass from Spite (kick failed) P-Mlens 41 run (Killens run) P-SpiHe 30 run (kick failed) R Shugars 31 pass from Fein (run failed) P-Kiens 30 run (Gregory kick) R-Mack 96 kickoff return (pass failed) P Killens 3 run (kick failed) Records: P 4-0 ( 14 GCU R 2-2 (0-1) La Salle 56, Aiken 21, at LaSalle Ty Douthard converted four short touchdown runs and the LaSalle defense held Aiken to mi-nus-3 yards rushing in the non-conference victory. Douthard gained 176 yards on 24 carries. -13 0 7 21 0 1-21 M M -St LA SALLE . A Clay 15 punt return (Jones kick) L Douthard 2 run (Listerman kick) A-Clay 64 pass from Love (kick fail) L-Douthard 3 run (kick fail) L Douthard 1 run (Douthard run) L Listerman 50 pass from Douthard (Listerman kick) L-Arnult 1 run (Listerman kick) L-Douthard 1 run (Listerman kick) L-Listerman 5 run (Often kick) A Clay 8 run (Love run) L Chambers 2 run (Often kick) Records: A 1-3, L 3-1. Elder 38, Withrow O, at Withrow Senior running back Ennis Jim rushed for 146 yards on 28 carries and added three touchdowns for Elder, Tim Austing was seven-of-13 passing for 110 yards with one interception, 7 0 W 21-31 I I 0 0-0 WITHROW. E-Jlm4run (Plaggekick) E-JIm I run (Plagge kick) E-Plagge 34 FG E Jim 18 run (Plagge kick) E-GInn 55 fumble return (Plagge kick) E Fecke 2 fumble return (Plagge kick) Records: Elder 4-0, withrow 1-2. Columbus DeSales 31, V

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