Edgewood 53, Lutheran East 0
at Lutheran East
Edgewood. 6 27 13 7 — 53
Lutheran East . 0 0 0 0 — 0
n EDGEWOOD — Anthonie Magda 11 run (run failed).
n EDGEWOOD — Connor McLaughlin 60 pass from Alex Wisnyai (run failed).
n EDGEWOOD — Riis Smith 51 run (Juliana Kosik kick).
n EDGEWOOD — Jarrad Harrah 46 interception return (Smith pass from McLaughlin).
n EDGEWOOD — Anthony Barger 8 pass from Wisnyai (kick failed).
n EDGEWOOD — Smith 29 run (Kosik kick).
n EDGEWOOD — Smith 64 run (run failed).
n EDGEWOOD — Magda 44 run (Kosik kick).
Category Edgewood LE
First Downs 11 1
Rushes-Yards 23-258 19-26
Passing Yards 95 0
Total Yards 353 26
Total Off. Plays 27 22
Avg. Yards per play 13.1 1.2
Comp.-Att.-Int. 3-4-0 0-3-1
Penalties-Yards 5-60 0-0
Fumbles-Lost 6-1 5-3
Punts-Avg. 0-0 1-22.0
n Rushing — Edgewood: Smith 10-166 yards, Magda 9-99 yards; LE: Mark Churchill 10-21 yards, Isaiah Jackson 6-9 yards.
n Passing — Edgewood: Wisnyai 3-4 95 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT.; LE: Jackson 0-3 0 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT.
n Receiving — Edgewood: McLaughlin 2-87 yards, Barger 1-8 yards; LE: None.
n Interceptions — Edgewood: Harrah 1-46 yards.
n Records — Edgewood 4-6; LE 0-10.
Akr. Buchtel 26, Cols. DeSales 16
Akr. Kenmore 12, Akr. East 7
Ashtabula Edgewood 53, Cle. Hts. Lutheran E. 0
Bedford 18, Maple Hts. 0
Chesapeake 38, Ironton Rock Hill 20
Ches. W. Geauga 27, Beachwood 15
Cin. McNicholas 38, Hamilton Badin 24
Cin. Riverview E. 12, Cin. Coll. Prep. 6
Cle. Cent. Cath. 28, Warren JFK 20
Danville 28, Howard E. Knox 0
Eminence, Ky. 30, Cin. Oyler 8
Fair. Chris. 48, Lan. Fisher Cath. 13
Garfield Hts. Trinity 34, Hudson WRA 0
Gates Mills Gilmour 55, Yo. Christian 8
Magnolia, W.Va. 24, Steub. Cath. Ce. 0
Martins Ferry 22, Bellaire 17
Massillon Wash. 34, Can. McKinley 7
Norwalk St. Paul 48, Monroeville 12
Sandusky Perkins 69, Sand. St. Mary 13
Tol. Waite 41, Tol. Woodward 6
Wooster 56, Orrville 0
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