The Star Beacon; Ashtabula, Ohio

November 23, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STATISTICS:


Star Beacon

— DIVISION II, REGION 3

CHAMPIONSHIP

Glenville 40, Madison 7

at Jerome T. Osborne Sr. Stadium

Madison.        0        0      7    0 — 7

Glenville    .    13     14     6    7 — 40

SCORING SUMMARY

n GLENVILLE — Terrell Goss 36 return of blocked punt (Tallis Jones-Washington kick).

GLENVILLE — Quan Robinson Jr. 57 run (kick failed).

GLENVILLE — Treyvon Story 17 pass from Robinson (Jones-Washington kick).

GLENVILLE — Davon Anderson 33 run (Jones-Washington kick).

GLENVILLE — Devine Redding 35 pass from Robinson (kick failed).

MADISON — Nick Law 9 run (Dave Albert kick).

GLENVILLE — Glen Anderson 26 run (Jones-Washington kick).

TEAM STATISTICS

Category                  Madison    Glenville

First Downs              8                 18

Rushes-Yards          41-32           47-372

Passing Yards        135               135

Total Yards              167              507

Total Off. Plays        59                58

Avg. Yards per play 2.8               8.7

Comp.-Att.-Int.         6-18-1          6-11-1

Penalties-Yards       6-33            16-120

Fumbles-Lost          1-0               1-1

Punts-Avg.               6-30.8         1-7.0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing — Madison: Connor Nikses 9-26 yards, Brandon Davis 16-24 yards, Nick Brooks 3-10 yards; Glenville: Davon Anderson 27-220 yards, Quan Robinson Jr. 6-94 yards, Devine Redding 9-56 yards.

Passing — Madison: Austin Burkholder 6-17-1 135 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT., Davis 0-1 0 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT.; Glenville: Robinson 6-11 135 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT.

Receiving — Madison: Aaron Petrucelli 2-54 yards, Braden Jerome 2-22 yards, Thomas Purkey 1-35 yards, Jack Holl 1-24 yards; Glenville: Erick Smith 2-19 yards, Marshon Lattimore 1-55 yards, Redding 1-35 yards, Treyvon Story 1-17 yards, Darius Lewis 1-9 yards.

Interceptions — Madison: Jarrad Lasko 1-0 yards; Glenville: Story 1-4 yards.

Records — (6) Madison 10-3; (1) Glenville 12-1.

Next games — (6) Madison season concluded.



AROUND OHIO

Division II

Glenville 40, Madison 7

Loveland 35, Cin. Mt. Healthy 28

Medina Highland 24, Avon 21

Zanesville 35, New Albany 28



Division III

Akr. SVSM 40, Hubbard 7

Clyde 42, Tol. Cent. Cath. 41

Cols. Marion-Franklin 38, Athens 7

Trotwood-Madison 25, Tipp City Tippecanoe 7



Division IV

Clarksville Clinton-Massie 21, Kettering Alter 14

Kenton 46, Bryan 43

Steubenville 17, Gnadenhutten Indian Valley 14

Youngs. Mooney 28, Cle. Benedictine 21



Division VI

Cols. Ready 48, Newark Cath. 21

Haviland Wayne Trace 68, Ada 14

Kirtland 45, Mogadore 7

Mechanicsburg 34, W. Liberty-Salem 28, 2OT