Muscle Milk and JJHuddle Week 4 Friday Night Highlights and Players of the Week


Muscle Milk & JJHuddle Friday Night Highlights and Players of the Week

Top Performances and Players of the Week

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So who is the best 1-3 team in the state? My vote goes to Youngstown Ursuline, which just notched its first win with a 13-9 victory at Zanesville. The Irish, ranked No. 1 in the Muscle Milk/JJHuddle Division V Power Poll, had lost previously to Red Lion Christian (Del.), Mentor and Mentor Lake Catholic.

Ursuline, which is now No. 13 in Region 17 computer points, still has a treacherous schedule ahead of it. The Irish are looking for their fourth straight D-V state title and fifth straight appearance in the championship game. The next two weeks Ursuline hosts Steubenville (4-0) and St. Edward (4-0), respectively. After what look like “wins” in Weeks 7 and 8 against St. Peter’s Prep (NJ) and Cleveland East Tech, the Irish close with rivals Mooney and Akron SVSM.

The question is can Ursuline get into the D-V playoffs with a record that could be 3-7?

Other 1-3 teams of note? How about:

St. Henry: The Redskins – the preseason No. 1 team in the Muscle Milke/JJHuddle D-VI Power Poll – have lost to Marion Pleasant (4-0), Eaton (3-1) and Coldwater (3-1). The next four weeks St. Henry faces in succession Delphos St. Johns (away), Marion Local (home), Minster (home) and Anna (away). The Skins finish the season hosting Versailles. Wow.

Loudonville: The Red Birds were arguably the best 0-3 D-V team in the state before stamping themselves as the best 1-3 team following a 35-17 win over Danville, which was ranked No. 2 in the D-VI AP State Poll. Loudonville’s losses (all by single-digits) have come at the hands of Ontario (4-0), Ashland Crestview (4-0) and Jeromesville Hillsdale (4-0). This week Loudonville faces Johnstown-Monroe (4-0). Its their fifth undefeated opponent in as many weeks.

Winton Woods: The D-II Cincinnati power and recent state champion (2009) has dropped games to Lakota East (triple OT), Middletown and Columbus Watterson by a combined 11 points.

Akron Buchtel: The defending D-III state runner-up has lost games to Massillon Washington (3-1), Solon (4-0) and Steubenville (4-0).


Trent Williamson, Westfall:
Junior QB accounted for all seven of his team’s TDs in a 49-38 win over Piketon. Williamson, who threw for 184 yards and ran for 179, tossed three TD passes and ran for four more. Last week Williamson had over 400 yards of offense in a 41-22 win over Circleville (threw for 384 yards and three TDs and ran for 51 yards).   


Tim Deems, Galion:
Senior WR/LB led the Tigers to a 47-14 win over Upper Sandusky in the teams 71st meeting. Deems picked off a pass on the game’s third play and returned it 45 yards for a TD. His second interception – in the third quarter – also led to a TD. Offensively Deems had two TD catches. Deems’ interception return for a TD was the second of his career. The first came against Upper Sandusky last season.


Hayden Welch, Fairfield Christian Academy:
The senior WR/DB/KR became just the 11th player in state history to score over 50 points in a game and just the second since 1973 as FCA beat Franklin Furnace Green 59-18. Offensively, Welch caught 10 passes for 295 yards and four TDs. On special teams he returned two kickoffs for TDs (80 and 75 yards), returned a punt for a TD (38 yards), kicked a 40-yard field goal and booted eight PATs. Welch ended with 53 points. He also had a 70-yard interception return for a TD nullified by a penalty.  


Chris Rhodes, Columbus West: Senior QB completed 20-of-30 passes for 340 yards and seven TDs in a 69-20 win over Columbus South.

Kevin Besser, Akron SVSM:
Senior QB accounted for six TDs in a 56-14 win over Euclid. Besser threw for 218 yards and four TDs and ran for two more TDs.

Nick Peyakov, Akron Manchester:
QB threw six TD passes in a 43-7 win over Tuscarawas Valley.

Maty Mauk and Justin Sawmiller, Kenton:
Mauk, a senior QB, completed 32-of-523 passes for 469 yards and five TDs in a 34-7 win over Lima Shawnee. Sawmiller, a sophomore WR, caught 16 passes for 212 yards and a TD.

Brandon Schoen, Olentangy Orange:
Senior RB/DB had 297 all-purpose yards and scored four TDs – including two on returns – in a 55-6 win over Mount Vernon. Schoen returned a kickoff 94 yards for a TD, returned a punt 62 yards for a TD and also ran in two scores.

Monty Madaris, Moeller:
Senior WR caught seven passes for 207 yards and three TDs in a 27-10 win over Louisville (Ky.) St. Xavier.

Mitch Trubisky, Mentor:
Junior QB completed 19-of-27 passes for 355 yards and five TDs in a 52-14 win over Mayfield.

Brett Bass, Avon Lake:
Senior RB accounted for four TDs including two on returns in a 45-23 win over North Olmsted. Bass returned a kickoff 72 yards for a TD and a punt 67 yards for a score. He also ran for two TDs (11 and 72 yards).

D.J. Jones, Ravenna:
Senior RB ran for 283 yards and five TDs in a 56-3 win over Crestwood.

Da’Junn Graham, Maple Heights:
Senior QB completed 8-of-15 passes for 118 yards and five TDs in a 51-7 win over Warrensville Heights.

Tyler Dean, Nelsonville-York:
Senior QB completed 14-of-20 passes for 231 yards and four TDs (and two INTs) in a 47-13 win over Columbus Ready.

Warren Ball, Columbus DeSales:
Senior RB scored five TDs and rushed for 130 yards on 13 carries in a 42-7 win over Ryle (Ky.).

George Gresko, Eastlake North:
Senior QB threw for 273 yards and two TDs and ran for three TDs in a 39-21 win over Chardon.

Jake Schneider, Maumee:
Senior QB accounted for 398 yards of offense in a 41-21 in over Bowling Green. Schneider completed 16-of-22 passes for 227 yards and four TDs and ran for 173 yards.

Aaron Abbott, Lebanon:
Senior RB ran for 251 yards and four TDs on 25 carries in a 40-33 win over visiting Piqua.

Matt Bingaya, Delaware Hayes:
Senior WR caught nine passes for 199 yards and four TDs in a 56-27 win over Franklin Heights.

Ronnie Beers, Canal Fulton Northwest:
Senior RB accounted for five TDs in a 42-17 win over Padua Franciscan. Beers ran for 143 yards and three TDs and had 60 yards and two TDs receiving.

Brian Kelly, Springfield Catholic Central:
Senior QB completed 17-of-35 passes for 273 yards and five TDs (also threw four INTs) in a 35-28 win over Triad.

Aaron Horak, Parma:
Junior RB rushed for 259 yards and three TDs in a 28-14 win over Lakewood.

Cole French, Eaton:
Senior quarterback completed 15-of-28 passes for 230 yards and two TDs, rushed nine times for 30 yards and two TDs, had an interception on defense, kicked three PATs and threw for a 2-point conversion in a 41-35 win over Brookville.

Bo Hardy, Columbus Ready:
Senior RB carried the ball 27 times for 261 yards and a TD in a 47-13 loss to Nelsonville-York.

Jacob Hall, Tippecanoe:
Sophomore RB carried the ball 22 times for 223 yards and three TDs in a 42-6 win over Indian Lake.

Donovan Wilson, Dublin Jerome:
Junior RB scored four TDs and ran for 145 yards on 20 carries in a 49-2 win over Westerville North.

JuWaun Woodley, Columbus Hartley:
Junior RB rushed for 207 yards and a TD on 18 carries in a 45-21 win over Akron Hoban.

Aregeros Turner, Copley:
Junior RB rushed for 236 yards and three TDs on 25 carries in a 33-7 win over Medina Highland.

Hayden Van Kirk, Hilliard Darby:
RB ran for 211 yards and a TD on 15 carries in a 35-7 win over Worthington Kilbourne.

Tra Chapman, Kent Roosevelt:
Junior QB completed 16-of-21 passes for 319 yards and four TDs in a 49-3 win over Coventry.

Josiah Rogers, Pepper Pike Orange:
LB registered 15 tackles, including 3.5 TFL, in a 9-6 win over Perry. As the backup QB, Rogers also threw the game-winning TD pass in third quarter.

Deyon Wilson, Cleveland John Marshall:
Senior RB ran for 223 yards and three TDs in a 42-6 win over Cleveland Collinwood.

Marcus Davis, Dublin Coffman:
KR had punt returns of 55 and 60 yards for TDs in a 63-3 win over Central Crossing.

Brennan Clegg, Watterson:
K booted four PATs and connected on a 26-yard game-winning field goal with 1.1 seconds left in a 31-28 win over Winton Woods.

David Nay, Galion:
Junior RB ran for 208 yards and two TDs in a 47-14 win over Upper Sandusky.

Dillon Matthews, Akron Springfield:
Senior RB carried the ball 23 times for 215 yards and three TDs in a 35-20 win over Norton. Matthews also caught a 7-yard pass, giving him 222 total yards – the same as Norton on the night.

Saquore Harris, Coshocton:
Junior RB carried the ball 12 times for 203 yards and three TDs in a 38-7 win over Zanesville Rosecrans.

Mason Monheim, Orrville:
Senior LB/RB ran for 173 yards and two TDs on 17 carries and also returned a fumble he forced 23 yards for another TD in a 35-12 win over Lexington.

Zach Bernhard, Ashland:
Senior QB threw for 297 yards and a TD and ran for 111 yards and three TDs in a 56-28 win over Wooster.

John Pyles, Franklin Heights:
Senior RB ran for 238 yards on 17 carries and scored three TDs (63, 72, 29) in a 56-27 loss to Delaware Hayes. 


The First Time in 50: According to head coach George Kontsis, Walnut Hills is 4-0 for the first time in at least 50 years following its 47-6 win over Norwood. Senior RB Kenny Davis led the way by rushing for four TDs and returning a punt for another.

Grand Time: Grandview Heights moved to 4-0 for the first time since 1987 by rallying from a 23-point deficit to beat host West Jefferson 37-33. Senior RB Jason Franks ran 16 times for 115 yards and three TDs as the Bobcats handed the Broncos just their second MSL Cardinal Division loss since 2006.

Double-Trouble: Dayton Thurgood Marshall had a pair of backs rush for over 200 yards in a 51-7 win over Greenville. Denzel Norvell ran for 227 yards and three TDs, while Tavonn Crisp went for 207 yards and four TDs. Combined the duo averaged 12.4 yards per carry.

Offf-ense: Beavercreek rushed for an unofficial school record 426 yards on 72 carries in a 21-14 win over Xenia. Senior RB Zach Smith ran for 220 yards and three TDs (all 1-yard) on 39 carries…Columbus Beechcroft had 632 yards in a 69-0 win over Centennial…Seven players scored for Hilliard Davidson in a 64-0 win over Westland…Granville racked up 479 yards of total offense in a 49-20 win over Bexley.

Defff-ense: Clinton-Massie held Hillsboro to 9 yards of offense and minus-64 yards rushing in a 72-7 win over Hillsboro…Trotwood-Madison forced seven turnovers in a 47-27 win over Huber Heights Wayne…Hilliard Darby held Worthington Kilbourne to 45 yards rushing on 27 carries in a 35-7 win…Dublin Jerome forced seven turnovers in a 49-2 win over Westerville North…Gahanna held Newark to 62 total yards in a 54-3 win…Fort Loramie held host Grove City Christian to 29 yards rushing in a 62-0 win…Cincinnati Withrow had six sacks, a safety and two fumble recoveries in a 23-8 win over Cincinnati Taft.


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