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The Journal Gazette

Friday, October 13, 2017 11:40 pm

High school football

New Haven, East Noble win to help force 3-way NE8 tie

JOURNAL GAZETTE

Victories by East Noble and New Haven, along with Leo, on Friday night forced a three-way tie atop the Northeast Eight, with each team finishing 6-1 in conference play.

New Haven (8-1) capped the regular season with a 41-20 home win over Huntington North (0-9, 0-7). The Bulldogs got 101 yards and two touchdowns from Terrion Fowlkes on 12 carries.

East Noble (7-2) earned a 65-14 home win over Bellmont (2-7, 2-5).

 

CARROLL 30, WAYNE 21: Trevor Horton's 27-yard fourth-quarter field goal gave Carroll (6-3) a nine-point lead. The visiting Generals (3-6) got touchdowns from Brandon Young (two) and Craig Young (one).

BISHOP DWENGER 38, NORTHROP 18: Four takeaways spurred the Saints (6-3) to a road win. Northrop (2-7, 2-7) trailed just 17-12 at halftime before Bishop Dwenger got a pair of third-quarter touchdowns from Chip Clark.

CONCORDIA 28, NORTH SIDE 0: Concordia (5-4) rolled after leading the visiting Legends (0-9) by a halftime score of 21-0. North Side had only 73 yards of total offense.

SNIDER 48, BISHOP LUERS 7: The Panthers (9-0) completed their second straight undefeated regular season by racking up 531 total yards at Bishop Luers (5-4). Michael Haupert completed 11 of 20 passes for 226 yards and three touchdowns.

HOMESTEAD 49, SOUTH SIDE 27: Ahead 35-27 after three quarters, the host Spartans (8-1) closed out the Archers (1-8) with fourth-quarter scores from Grant Raber (26-yard catch) and Vincent Scavo (2-yard rush).

ANGOLA 42, EASTSIDE 13: The Hornets (9-0, 5-0) pulled away after Eastside (6-3, 3-2) was within 21-13 at halftime. Chance Roddy hit on 19 of 23 passes for Angola.

WAWASEE 20, GOSHEN 0: The Warriors (3-6, 2-5) earned their first road win. Alec Rosebrugh ran for a 57-yard touchdown and threw a 51-yard scoring pass to Dylan Hepler before Jacob Hand finished it off with a 10-yard TD run.

COLUMBIA CITY 40, NORWELL 7: The host Eagles (5-4, 4-3) held Norwell (2-7, 1-6) to just six first downs. Jacob Wigent had seven carries for 98 yards and two touchdowns while Michael Sievers led Columbia City's defensive effort with two interceptions.

CHURUBUSCO 41, FAIRFIELD 7: Sam Wood scored on a 34-yard catch, an 82-yard punt return and a 55-yard rush as the Eagles (8-1, 4-1) cruised on the road. They led 14-0 at halftime and 27-7 after three quarters. Churubusco's Nate Keener had 26 carries for 167 yards and a score.

LIMA CENTRAL CATHOLIC (OHIO) 54, BLUFFTON 6: The host Tigers (4-5) allowed 428 yards of offense and gained only 205. Bluffton quarterback Gavin King hit on 5 of 10 passes, including a 46-yard TD to Reid Wenger.

LAKELAND 63, FREMONT 16: The Eagles (0-9) committed two turnovers and gave up 548 rushing yards in a home loss.

WABASH 28, WHITKO 22: The host Wildcats (0-9) got 152 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries from Zach Gardner.