Offense — C.J Rice. — 3 catches, 37 yards, 1 TD; 4 carries 32 yards.
Defense — R.J. Nelson — 8 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack; James Brunning — 10 tackles, 2 TFL.
Special teams — None.
Offense — Riis Smith — 100-plus yards rushing; Alex Wisnyai — 220 yards passing 1TD, 0 INT; Anthonie Magda — 100-plus yards receiving.
Defense — Anthonie Magda — 23 total tackles.
Special teams — Riis Smith — 80-yard kick return for TD.
Offense — None.
Defense — None.
Special teams — Brandon Pakkala — 4 punts, 172 yds, 43-yard average, 1 inside the 5.
Offense — The offensive line — Jack Scott, Glenn Zaller, Jason Takacs, Nick Watson, Ray Marsch, Matt Moodt, Zach Oscar.
Defense — Jason Hart — 7 tackles, 6 solos, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery for 86-yard touchdown.
Special teams — Matt Larned.
Offense — Lucas Hitchcock.
Defense — Ryan Zindash.
Special teams — Josh Butler.
Offense — Tyler Loftus.
Defense — Damondre Haywood.
Special teams — Trevian Archer.
Offense — Kurt Smith and Brandon Davis.
Defense — Connor Nikses, Jayce Powell and Matt Atha.
Special teams — Jack Holl.
Offense — Joe Medlen.
Defense — Kyle Beyer.
Special teams — Kyle Kremiller.
Offense — Quintin Ratliff — 143 yards rushing, 70 yards receiving, 1TD.
Defense — Nick Such — 11 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack.
Special teams — Ryan Harte.
Offense — John Suba — Offensive lineman graded out at 90 percent and had a key trap block on winning touchdown run by Marcus Jones.
Defense — The entire defense — It held Chardon to 159 rushing yards on 55 attempts.
Special teams — Dylan Miller — Long snapper was perfect on all extra points and punts.
(Players selected by the head coaches)
— Don McCormack
Battling for position
When a team is struggling offensively, it has to find a way to score points. Pymatuning Valley did it from the free-throw line in beating south county rival Grand Valley, 56-41, Thursday night at Grand Valley Gymnasium.
Redskins turn Spartans over
Tony Pasanen and his Conneaut girls find themselves in a bit of a predicament.
Thursday’s 57-27 loss at Ledgemont once again exposed the Spartans’ inexperience, and along with that, their trouble in handling the ball.
GRA battles, but falters late
The Grand River Academy Eagles are reloading their guns this season with a new cast of characters. On a roster loaded with youth and inexperience, GRA is in a rebuilding mode, and when they fell behind the New Day Academy Eagles by 15 points early in their Lake Effect Conference battle Thursday night at Grand River, it didn’t look good.
Pymatuning Valley 56,
Grand Valley 41
at Grand Valley Gymnasium
FRIDAY, DEC. 13
Lutheran East at Edgewood (6)
South at Geneva (6)
GRA at Horizon Science Academy (6)
Mathews at GV (6)
Jefferson at Girard (5:30)
Madison at Lakeside (6, WFUN)
Badger at PV (6)
Riverside at North (6)
Geauga Grizzlies at St. John (6)
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Efficient Eagles empowered
Sometimes, the best way to describe a basketball team is efficient. That description certainly fits the Geneva girls in their 60-29 victory over Lakeside on Wednesday at Geneva.
Tall timber too tough
In remaining undefeated on the young season, the Edgewood girls showed two forces on Wednesday that they hope will join together for the rest of the season to make their inside game a very strong one.
Geneva 60, Lakeside 29
THURSDAY, DEC. 12
New Day Academy at GRA (6)
Conneaut at Ledgemont (6)
PV at GV (6)
Jefferson at Lakeview (5:30)
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