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August 31, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STATISTICS:

(Continued)

Conneaut 28, Grand Valley 13

at Grand Valley Stadium

Conneaut.        12     8 8 0 — 28

Grand Valley    .    7     0 6 0 — 13

SCORING SUMMARY

n GV — Jake Vormelker 6 run (Luke Baldwin kick).

n CONNEAUT — C.J. Rice 33 run (kick failed).

n CONNEAUT — Rice 15 run (run failed).

n CONNEAUT — Rice 12 pass from Troy Colucci (R.J. Nelson run).

n CONNEAUT — Sam Distelrath 2 pass from Colucci (Colucci run).

n GV — Vormelker 9 run (kick failed).

TEAM STATISTICS

Category        Conneaut    GV

First Downs        13    13

Rushes-Yards        40-261    41-70

Passing Yards        63    111

Total Yards        324    281

Total Off. Plays        48    52

Avg. Yards per play    6.8    5.4

Comp.-Att.-Int.        5-8-0    9-12-1

Penalties-Yards    6-40    6-40

Fumbles-Lost        2-1    5-3

Punts-Avg.        1-16    2-21.5

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

n Rushing — Conneaut: Rice 11-149 yards, Colucci 17-65 yards, Nelson 10-41 yards, Steven Gaugh 2-6 yards; GV: Jake Vormelker 20-103 yards, Luke Baldwin 14-52 yards, Jason Hart 5-17 yards.

n Passing — Conneaut: Colucci 5-8 63 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT.; GV: Vormelker 9-12 111 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT.

n Receiving — Conneaut: Rice 3-32 yards, Alex Gerdes 1-29 yards, Sam Distelrath 1-2 yards; GV: Gabe Kovats 4-57 yards, Hart 3-42 yards, Mathew Moodt 1-8 yards, Baldwin 1-4 yards.

n Interceptions — Conneaut: Gaugh 1-26 yards`.

n Records — Conneaut 1-0; GV 0-1.

n Next games — Conneaut at Champion, Friday; Kirtland at GV, Friday.

Perry 22, Riverside 8

at Alumni Stadium

Riverside.        8     0 0 0 — 8

Perry    .    15     0 0 7 — 22

SCORING SUMMARY

n PERRY — Safety, bad snap on Riverside punt, ball slapped out of back of end zone .

n PERRY — Ryan Kahoun 37 run (run failed).

n RIVERSIDE — Maxx Brubaker 8 run (Joe McDonald pass from Brubaker).

n PERRY — Kyle Kremiller 14 run (Kremiller kick).

n PERRY — Kahoun 6 tun (Kremiller kick).

TEAM STATISTICS

Category        Riverside    Perry

First Downs        9    11

Rushes-Yards        34-(-26)    40-260

Passing Yards        119    34

Total Yards        93    294

Total Off. Plays        54    48

Avg. Yards per play    1.7    6.1

Comp.-Att.-Int.        6-20-0    4-8-0

Penalties-Yards    15-115    5-37

Fumbles-Lost        2-0    4-2

Punts-Avg.        6-38.0    5-39.4

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

n Rushing — Riverside: Marcus Jones 12-19 yards, Erik Thomas 4-8 yards; Perry: Ryan Kahoun 18-113 yards, Zakary  Hurd 8-67 yards, Kyle Kremiller 10-64 yards, Kyle Beyer 2-10 yards.

n Passing — Riverside: Maxx Brubaker 6-8 49 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT., Nick Fitzgerald 4-12 70 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT.; Perry: Kahoun 4-8 34 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT.

n Receiving — Riverside: Jones 3-25 yards, Joe McDonald 2-45 yards, Thomas 2-30 yards, Drew Tornow 1-26 yards, Nick Schoval 1-13 yards, Pat Remington 1-(-7) yards; Perry: Hurd 1-27 yards, Luke Farrell 1-9 yards, Kremiller 1-2 yards, Mason Martin 1-(-4) yards.

n Interceptions — Riverside: None; Perry: None.

n Records — Riverside 0-1; Perry 1-0.

n Next games — West Geauga at Riverside, Friday; Perry at Geneva, Friday.

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