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
A Bob Ettinger column: Thanks for the memories
As Perry wrestler Billy Miller stepped off the podium on the floor at Ohio State’s Value City Arena last Saturday, state championship medal around his neck, it hit my mind that it was over. The 77th Ohio State Wrestling Tournament had reached its culmination late Saturday night. There were no more matches to watch, coaches and wrestlers to interview or pictures to be taken.
ACBF HOF Series: Mighty Mike
Mike Blauman was an All-Ohio baseball player at Geneva High School.
He was a star in football in both high school and college, good enough to be selected for the Ashtabula County Touchdown Club’s Hall of Fame in 2006.
Chase-ing a dream
For Jefferson athlete David Chase, there were plenty of possibilities for where to go to college or what sport to play.
A Don McCormack column: Way to go, all for our friend, Joe!
Paying an end-of-a-busy-and-eventful week visit to the variety store...
No average Joe
You can bet, Joe “Pigskin” Pete, one of the best guys this guy has ever had the pleasure calling a friend, will be wearing his trademark grin as he looks down tonight.
Girls from regional squads headline Classic opener
Following on the heels of the celebrations in Geneva and Andover with the Geneva and Pymatuning Valley girls basketball teams playing in the Division II and III regional tournaments, respectively, there is one final party left on the calendar.
Plenty of star power will be on top for boys in Classic
With basketball season officially ending last weekend for teams in the Star Beacon coverage area, it’s time to look forward to the fun of the offseason.
FRIDAY, MARCH 7
Joe “Pigskin” Pete Alumni Basketball Tournament (4:30, Falcon Gym, Falcon Junior High Gym, Falcon Elementary Gym, Jefferson)
A gallant run
With Beachwood’s attention certain to be focused on Geena Gabriel, Pymatuning Valley coach Jeff Compan’s plan Wednesday night was to utilize the pick-and-roll. The Beachwood Bison were able to thwart it, and eventually frustration set in, as did the only loss of the year for the Lakers.
A Bob Ettinger column: Offensive issues do in Lakers
From beginning to end, the Pymatuning Valley girls basketball team had an experience it hadn’t had all season and spelled the end of the season in a regional semifinal at Cuyahoga Falls High School on Wednesday night.
A Don McCormack column: Classics are set for Tuesday
With all the excitement this week with the Geneva and Pymatuning Valley girls involved in regional tournament play, it would be easy for what has become a rite of passage in this area for more than three decades to get lost in the shuffle.
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