University School 27, Geneva 12
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n US — Luke Vadas 43 pass from John Gannon (Hunter Wasser kick).
n GENEVA — Aaron Rossi 2 run (kick failed).
n US — Kevin Smith 4 run (kick failed).
n US — Tom Bennett 38 pass from Gannon (Wasser kick).
n GENEVA — Austin Clutter 33 pass from Brandon Pakkala (pass failed).
n US — Smith 15 run (Wasser kick).
Category Geneva US
First Downs 12 12
Rushes-Yards 41-100 30-70
Passing Yards 74 240
Total Yards 174 310
Total Off. Plays 65 55
Avg. Yards per play 2.7 5.6
Att.-Comp.-Int. 24-6-2 26-15-3
Penalties-Yards 1-10 9-100
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-1
Punts-Avg. 5-32.0 3-41.0
n Rushing — Geneva: Rossi 23-51 yards, Pakkala 12-31 yards, Dakota Brininger 3-12 yards, Joey Joy 3-6 yards; US: Smith 22-70 yards, Vadas 2-12 yards.
n Passing — Geneva: Pakkala 6-24 74 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT.; US: Gannon 7-12 169 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT., Jack Weber 8-13 71 yards, 0 TD, 2 INT.
n Receiving — Geneva: Clutter 3-59 yards, Brininger 1-8 yards, Eric Juncker 1-5 yards, Joy 1-2 yards; US: Vadas 9-143 yards, Bennett 2-44 yards, Alex Taylor 1-18 yards, Smith 1-14 yards, Ethan Barham 1-14 yards, Curtis Black 1-7 yards.
n Interceptions — Geneva: Pakkala 1-5 yards, Travis Blake 1-3 yards, Clutter 1-0 yards; US: Black 2-14 yards.
n Records — Geneva 3-7 (2-5 in PAC); US 5-5 (4-3 in PAC).
Beallsville 35, Bellaire St. John 14
Bedford 28, Maple Hts. 14
Beverly Ft. Frye 34, Zanesville Rosecrans 28
Bowerston Conotton Valley 52, Tusc. Cent. Cath. 14
Castalia Margaretta 38, Sandusky St. Mary 27
Cin. Gamble Montessori 27, Cin. Oyler 2
Cin. Moeller 45, Lou. Trinity, Ky. 42
Danville 46, Howard E. Knox 21
Hannibal River 44, New Matamoras Frontier 19
Hunting Valley University 27, Geneva 12
Kiski School, Pa. 51, Hudson WRA 0
Lakewood St. Edward 20, Cle. St. Ignatius 13
Madonna, W.Va. 48, Toronto 6
Massillon Washington 37, Can. McKinley 29
Norwalk St. Paul 35, Monroeville 0
Parma Hts. Holy Name 48, Cle. VASJ 14
Portsmouth Notre Dame 42, Portsmouth Sciotoville 22
Racine Southern 21, Reedsville Eastern 14
Warren JFK 36, Cle. Cent. Cath. 8
Wintersville Indian Creek 53, Richmond Edison 18
Wooster 34, Orrville 7
Youngs. Christian 47, Gates Mills Gilmour 28
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