Offense — C.J. Rice — 5 catches, 107 yards, 13 carries, 57 yards, 2 TD.
Defense — C.J. Rice — 9 tackles, 1 fumble recovery.
Special teams — Kyle Sprinkle — 3 for 3 on extra points. Excellent on all kickoffs.
“All of our seniors — They left everything they had out on that field and played every last minute. I’m extremely proud of all of them and even more apologetic I was unable to send them out with a win on their last night at Corlew Stadium.”
— Josh Franke
Offense — Travis Blake — Outstanding downfield blocking; Austin Clutter — 3 receptions, 98 yards, 1 TD; Brandon Pakkala — 77 yards rushing, 1 TD, 3-3 passing, 98 yards 1 TD; Aaron Rossi — 29 carries, 220 yards rushing, 4 TD.
Defense — Shane Herter, Jason Huelscamp, Logan Morrow, Tyler Cross and Mike Galloway.
Special teams — None.
Offense — Jake Vormelker — 10-17, 186 yards passing, 2 TD, 19 rushes for 159 yards, 1 TD.
Defense — Glenn Zaller — 12 tackles, 3 TFL, 1 forced fumble.
Special teams — Jake Reichek.
Offense — Jeremiah Knight.
Defense — Hunter Bean.
Special teams — Joe Baitt.
Offense — Tyler Loftus.
Defense — Kyle Downs.
Special teams — Jake Cimorelli.
Offense — Cody Cavender, Reed Zawacki, Brandon Davis, Aaron Petrucelli.
Defense — Jack Holl, Drew Schiemann, Jayce Powell.
Special teams — Bo Ransom, Dave Albert.
Offense — Joe Medlen.
Defense — Nick Kuhn.
Special teams — Zak Hurd.
Offense — Travis Kiser — 105 yards passing, 1 TD.
Defense — Ryan Wilkerson — 9 tackles, 1 TFL, 2 sacks.
Special teams — Wade Buckley.
Offense — Marcus Jones — 20 carries, 113 yards, 3 catches, 67 yards, 2 TD.
Defense — Jake Harris — 9 tackles, 6 TFL, 3 sacks.
Special teams — The kickoff team — Held South to starting field position of its own 23 yard line.
(Players selected by the head coaches)
— Don McCormack
2013-14 Star Beacon-Ed Batanian Senior Classic: High fliers!
Thursday night’s Star-Beacon-Ed Batanian Senior Classic was Ashtabula County’s answer to the NBA All-star Game.
The Pymatuning Valley Lakers dominated regular-season play in Division III during the 2013-14 season, posting a perfect 21-0 record, capturing the Northeastern Athletic Conference championship and winning the Associated Press state poll championship.
Comet girls soar to blowout win
When a group of basketball players who have never all been on the same unit are assembled for a one-time event, it isn’t generally expected that their team defense will excel.
Bland, Gabriel shine brightest
Throughout Taylor Bland’s career at Madison, her and the Geneva Eagles were rivals, battling it out at the top of the Premier Athletic Conference.
McLaughlin, Downs do it all
The honors continue to come in for Edgewood’s Connor McLaughlin.
For shooters Bertolasio, Mercer, some of the best things in life are 3
Three is a big number in the sports world.
STAR BEACON-ED BATANIAN
Comets 61, Stars 25
at Falcon Gymnasium
Area’s Fab 4
A quartet of area players — led by a high-flying Geneva Eagle — were accorded honors Monday evening when The Associated Press announced its Division II and Division I All-Ohio selections.
A Don McCormack column: A daughter, inspired by her father...
There’s a young lady pictured in today's sports section who earned yet another of what will without question be a lengthy list of honors on the hardwood.
‘Loftus’ goal reached!
Lakeside quarterback Tyler Loftus always dreamed of playing Division I college football.
When the Dragons brought in Frank Hall to take over a program that had won just two games over the past two years, many people were excited for what he could do for Lakeside.
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