From staff reports
JACKSON - Warren played Jackson tough but came up short, falling 36-26 to the two-time defending Southeastern Ohio Athletic League champion Friday night.
Warren kicker Chas Miller booted two field goals, one a school-record 47 yards.
Warren running back Austin Kuhn (7) follows blocker Zach Henthorn (27) against Jackson in SEOAL action Friday night. The Warriors lost 36-26.
The Andy Schob-coached Warriors (2-4 overall, 0-1 SEOAL) never led in the contest. The Ironmen (3-3, 1-0) snapped a three-game losing streak.
Warren quarterback Dylan Leffingwell completed 25 of 36 passes for 200 yards and one touchdown.
Leffingwell also was the Warriors' leading ground-gainer, rushing for 92 yards on five carries and one TD run of 56 yards in the opening period.
Warren 6 13 7 0 - 26
Jackson 13 13 7 3 - 36
J - Morgan Landrum, 1-yard run (Jimmy Voiles kick), 8:58, 1st (7-0 J)
W - Dylan Leffingwell, 56-yard run (kick failed), 6:56, 1st (7-6 J)
J - Steven Kearns, 9-yard run (kic k failed), 1:13, 1st (13-6 J)
W - Andrew Vincent, 18-yard pass from Dylan Leffingwell (Chas Miller kick), 8:57, 2nd (13-13 tie)
J - Steven Kearns, 79-yard run (Jimmy Voiles kick), 8:07, 2nd (20-13 J)
W - Chas Miller, 20-yard field goal, 5:21, 2nd (20-16 J)
J - Derek Rafferty, 4-yard run (kick failed), 2 , 2nd (26-16 J)
W - Chas Miller, 47-yard field goal, :10, 2nd (26-19 J)
J - Mitchell McCorkle, 23-yard pass from Steven Kearns (Jimmy Voiles kick), 7:48, 3rd (33-19 J)
W - Jake Scott, 2-yard run (Chas Miller kick), 2:30, 3rd (33-26 J)
J - Jimmy Voiles, 21-yard field goal, 1:06, 4th (36-26 J)
First Downs 24 20
Scrimmage Plays 61 58
Rushing (No.-Yds) 32-194 51-364
Passing (Cmp.-Att.-Int.) 15-29-1 3-7-1
Passing Yards 208 33
Total Yards 402 397
Fumbles (No.-Lost) 1-1 2-0
Penalties (No.-Yds) 4-51 8-73
Punts (No.-Ave.) 1-26 2-31.5
Warren: Dylan Leffingwell 8-97 TD, Jake Scott 12-41 TD, Austin Kuhn 7-35, Chas Miller 5-21; Jackson: Steven Kearns 16-166 2TD, Derek Rafferty 14-71 TD, Morgan Landrum 13-65 TD, Gabe Griffiths 7-57, Alec Osborne 1-5
Warren: Dylan Leffingwell 15-29-1-208 TD; Jackson: Steven Kearns 3-7-1-33 TD
Warren: Andrew Vincent 11-148 TD, Chas Miller 2-23, Matt Hackathorn 1-19, Brandon Barnes 1-18; Jackson: Mitchell McCorkle 1-23 TD, Alec Osborne 1-7, Morgan Landrum 1-3
Andrew Vincent was Leffingwell's primary receiver, making 13 receptions for 137 yards and one TD of 18 yards. Andrew Henthorn had an interception in the fourth quarter.
Warren trailed 26-19 at halftime and 29-26 going into the fourth quarter.
Jackson got a TD in the final period to give itself a 10-point cushion.
The Caldwell Redskins have been playing tough the last couple of weeks, and it finally paid off Friday in a 25-7 win over state-ranked Barnesville.
After giving up an early touchdown pass from Kyle Yaquinta to Dylan Burkhart in the first quarter, the Redskins scored 25 unanswered to claim the victory.
In the second quarter, Kale Rayner scored from two yards out, and after a failed two point conversion attempt, the Shamrocks held a 7-6 lead.
Caldwell took the lead in the third quarter on a six yard touchdown run by Caleb Van Meter to make it 12-7 Redskins.
Van Meter was not done, as he would score on runs of 82 yards and 15 yards in the fourth quarter to put the game away.
Overall, Van Meter had 164 rushing yards on 17 carries and three touchdowns to help lead Caldwell to its first victory of the 2012 campaign.
Defensively, the Redskins were stout, allowing Barnesville just 78 total yards, including -8 on the ground.
Caldwell is on the road against Frontier next week.
Monroe Central 15
Stephen Rogalski scored caught a pair of touchdown passes from quarterback Tanner Hanna and ran for a third as the Magnolia Blue Eagles defeated the Monroe Central Seminoles Friday night in Woodsfield.
Rogalski hauled in an 8-yard pass from Hannah late in the first quarter and then broke loose on a 65-yard touchdown run in the second quarter as magnolia jumped out to the early lead and never looked back.
The Seminoles failed to score an offensive touchdown in the game as their two scores came on a Chandler Carrothers fumble recovery in the end zone and an 87-yard fourth quarter kick-off return by Levi Brown.
The loss evened Monroe Central's season mark at 3-3, while the Eagles improved to 5-1 with the win.
Buckeye Trail 48, Shenandoah 14
Shenandoah dropped to 0-6 on the season Friday after a 48-14 loss to PVC-leading Buckeye Trail.
The Warriors jumped out to 20-0 lead in the first quarter and a 34-0 lead at halftime, and the Zeps couldn't recover.
When Buckeye Trail botched a snap into the endzone, the quarterback picked it up and was tackled by Jacob Rossiter for a safety to put the Zeps on the board.
Buckeye Trail got its final touchdown on a Tyler Nealey 15 yard run to make it 48-2. The Zeps responded with two Michael VanFossen touchdown runs of 41 yards and 30 yards to cut the lead to 48-14, but that was all they could muster.
Nealey led the Warrior ground game with 105 yards on 13 carries and two scores. Isiah Tucker also had two rushing touchdowns for Trail, adding 60 yards on 14 carries. VanFossen led the Zeps with 130 rushing yards on 24 totes and two touchdowns.
It doesn't get any easier for the Zeps, who host an angry Monroe Central team that is coming off of back-to-back losses next week.
Waterford dropped to 1-5 on the season after falling 49-0 at Trimble Friday night.
Hunter Munjas rushed for 56 yards and Derek Brown gained 52 for the Tom Tucker-coached Wildcats.
Waterford is scheduled to play its homecoming game against Green Friday night.
Parkersburg Catholic 7
WEST UNION, W.Va. - Doddridge County scored in every quarter here Friday night to roll to a 35-7 win over visiting Parkersburg Catholic in a Little Kanawha Conference contest.
The Bulldogs (4-2) got 98 yards rushing and a touchdown from Wyatt Ford as well as quarterback David Lipscomb completing both of his passes for TDs, one to Jarrod Sandy for 74 yards to opening the scoring and another to Josh Briggs for 18 yards in the fourth quarter.
Peyton Sturm scored the only TD for Catholic (2-4) with 2:15 to play.
Doddridge will entertain Gilmer next Friday while Catholic hosts Valley Fayette at 1:30 p.m. next Saturday.
Ripley 27, Roane County 19
RIPLEY - Roane County's Hunter Bradley scored all three of the Raiders touchdowns here Friday night but it was Ripley that came away with the win as Tyler Pittenger rushed for 135 yards and Jake Martin 111 as the Vikings gained 271 yards on 41 carries.
Bradley rushed for 158 yards on 22 carries for Roane County.
The result of the game left both teams at 3-3.
Trimble 49, Waterford 0
GLOUSTER, Ohio -Visiting Waterford (1-5) managed just 9 first downs and 144 total yards here Friday night as Trimble (5-1) rolled to a 49-0 win in a Tri Valley Conference contest.
The Tomcats had a pair of 100-yard rushers in Brice Smother and Konner Standley.
Magnolia 35, Monroe Central 15
WOODSFIELD, Ohio -The passing combination of Tyler Hanna to Stephen Rogalski clicked for a pair of touchdowns here Friday night as Magnolia blasted Monroe Central, 35-15.
Rogalski caught TD passes of 8 and 65 yards and also scored on a 65-yard run. Hanna also hit Jake Brill with a 6-yard TD run as the Eagles ran their record 5-1. Magnolia travels to Weir next Friday night.
Rogalski, with 3,305 yards became Magnolia's all-time leading receiver, surpassing Kenny Fisher on the career list.
Cameron 40, Paden City 18
PADEN CITY -Devin Starcher rushed for 109 yards and Logan Routt passed for 177 yards as visiting Cameron sped past Paden City by a 40-18 score.
The Dragons lit up the scoreboard first on a 1-yard run by Hunter Yoders and never trailed. Brandon Cross returned a fumble 90-yards for one Wildcats score while Zach Hesley scored on a 1-yard run and Kennedy Cain on a 51-yard pass from Zach Hesley for the final score.
South Harrison 42,
Calhoun County 0
MT. ZION-Austin Glaspell rushed for 196 yards and scored three touchdowns on runs of 6, 2 and 43 yards to lead visiting South Harrison to a 42-0 shutout of Calhoun County.
Now 2-4 on the season, the Red Devils will look to rebound at St. Marys next Friday night.
Wahama 35, Southern 7
MASON -The Wahama White Falcons (6-0) cruised to 35-7 win over Southern on Friday night. Kane Roush opened the scoring for the Falcons with a 84-yard scamper in the first quarter to give Wahama an early 7-0 lead. The Falcons would increase their lead to 20 points on touchdown runs from Crandale Neal and Zach Wamsley.
Racine's lone score would come as time expired in the first half, a 66-yard scoring strike from Tristen Wolfe to Trenton Dean, putting the tally at 20-7 White Falcons at the half.
The opening score of the second half came at the end of the third quarter when the ball was snapped out of the end zone for a Falcons safety. Wahama would tally the only points in the fourth quarter a 26-yard pass to Neal from Trenton Gibbs and a 4-yard run from Roush.
Gilmer County 26, Tygarts Valley 0
GLENVILLE -Gilmer County forced four turnovers on Friday night, taking the bite out of the Bulldogs, posting a 26-0 shutout Friday night. The Titans (2-4) picked off two Bulldog passes, one by Austin Cunningham and the other by Nathan Allison. As well as recovering two fumbles one from Adam Bell and the other Andy Johnson.
The Titans opened the scoring with 4:08 left in the first on a Cunningham 30-yard run to take a 6-0 lead. The Titans would complete the games scoring in the second half on two Cunningham passes of 13 and 57 yards and a Austin Ratliff 10-yard run. The Titans will be looking to carry their impressive scoreless streak into next weeks match-up against the Doddridge County Bulldogs (4-2).
Federal Hocking 56, South Gallia 0
STEWART-Delbert Crumb rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns and the Lancers' defense held South Gallia scoreless as Federal Hocking posted a 56-0 win on Friday night.
Kyle Jackson completed all seven of his passes for 85 yards while Peyton Seel returned a punt 70 yards for one score and Romie Casey returned the second half kickoff 59 yards for another six-pointer.
Braxton County 8, Liberty (H) 7
CLARKSBURG-Host Liberty Harrison (1-5) scored the first points of the game on Ty Noss' 20-yard run in the second overtime and David Moore connected for the PAT, however, those would not be enough points.
Visiting Braxton County, now 3-3, finally got on the scoreboard on an 8-yard run by Jacob Yanero and won the game when the senior quarterback scampered over for the two-point conversion.