Stark County high school football scores updates – OHSAA Week 7 – Canton Repository

  • October 3, 2022

League races got a lot more interesting after Week 7 of the high school football season Friday night. McKinley’s win at Lake had big Federal League implications. Jackson’s rout of GlenOak kept the Polar Bears within striking distance of the Federal lead. In the PAC-7, a pair of thrillers reshaped that league race — Poochie Snyder’s late heroics lifted Canton South to a win at Fairless, and Northwest won in overtime over CVCA, which entered the week alone in first. Among independents, Massillon beat Middletown, Delaware to extend its win streak and Louisville snapped its losing streak vs. Federal League teams. For all the night’s scores, keep on scrolling down, including a statewide list following the area standings.
Miss any of our coverage throughout Week 7 here’s some of it: a breakdown of this week’s games, the area stat leaders through six weeks, who we picked to win this week, the FridayNightOhio power poll, the latest Associated Press state poll and the OHSAA computer ratings heading into Week 7. Plus here’s a look back at our first half of the season award winners.
Week 7 – Friday, Sept. 30 
MCKINLEY 36, LAKE 26 
McKinley – 13 – 10 – 7 – 6 — 36 
Lake – 14 – 0 – 0 – 12 — 26  
L—Snyder 86 kickoff return (Dutton kick) 
L—Butler 2 run (Dutton kick) 
M—N.Hill 2 run (Billman kick) 
M—McNeal 34 pass from Rode (kick failed) 
M—FG Hernandez 26 
M—N.Hill 3 run (Hernandez kick) 
M—N.Hill 1 run (Hernandez kick) 
L —Sollberger 14 run (pass failed) 
M —Hill 2 run (kick failed) 
L —Sollberger 3 run (run failed) 
TEAM STATS 
                     McK     —      LAK 
First downs — 20     —      19 
Rushes-Yards — 45-211     —      41-237 
Comp-Att-Int — 6-9-0     —      9-16-2 
Passing Yards — 687     —      101 
Fumbles-Lost — 0-0     —      1-1 
Penalties-Yards — 6-45     —      6-40 
Total yards — 298     —      338 
Records — 3-4, 3-1     —      6-1, 2-1 
Canton McKinley vs. Lake football:‘Keep winning, keep grinding’ – McKinley continues turnaround, hands Lake first loss
GLENOAK 38, JACKSON 0 
GlenOak – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 — 0 
Jackson – 21 – 10 – 0 – 7 — 38  
J—Davide 1 run (Wright kick) 
J—Davide 10 run (Wright kick) 
J—Davide 14 run (Wright kick) 
J—Davide 5 run (Wright kick) 
J—FG Wright 31 
J—Malloy 10 run (Wright kick) 
TEAM STATS 
                     GO     —      JACK 
First downs — 7     —      18 
Rushes-Yards — 20-65     —      45-242 
Comp-Att-Int — 7-14-2     —      6-9-1 
Passing Yards — 55     —      94 
Fumbles-Lost — 0-0     —      0-0 
Penalties-Yards — 4-52     —      4-50 
Total yards — 130     —      336 
Records — 2-5, 1-3     —      4-3, 2-2 
GlenOak vs. Jackson football:Jason Davide powers Jackson in shutout of GlenOak in Homecoming game
Hoover 24, Perry 14 
Hoover – 7 – 7 – 3 – 7 — 24 
Perry – 7 – 0 – 0 – 7 — 14  
P—Brown 8 pass from Mattox (Boughman kick) 
H—Dyrlund 16 run (Kish kick) 
H—Griguolo 1 run (Kish kick) 
H—FG Kish 21 
P—Church 2 run (Boughman kick) 
H—Griguolo 1 run (Kish kick) 
TEAM STATS 
                     NCH     —      PER 
First downs — 23     —      19 
Rushes-Yards — 37-200     —      40-178 
Comp-Att-Int — 18-28-0     —      8-13-1 
Passing Yards — 157     —      80 
Fumbles-Lost — 0-0     —      0-0 
Penalties-Yards — 4-45     —      3-25 
Total yards — 357     —      258 
Records — 5-2, 2-1     —      4-3, 1-2 
Louisville 27, Green 23 
Green – 7 – 9 – 7 – 0 — 23 
Louisville – 7 – 0 – 7 – 13 — 27  
L—Roberts 7 run (Colley kick) 
G—Klockner 5 run (Noirot kick) 
G—FG Noirot 23 
G—FG Noirot 32 
G—FG Noirot 39 
G—Martin 1 run (Noirot kick) 
L—Jackson 6 pass from Roberts (Colley kick) 
L—Davide 8 pass from Roberts (Colley kick) 
L—Ramsey 5 run (kick failed) 
TEAM STATS 
                     GRE     —      LOU 
First downs — 11     —      14 
Rushes-Yards — 30-16     —     51-191 
Comp-Att-Int — 19-36-1     —      10-18-1 
Passing Yards — 191     —      119  
Fumbles-Lost — 1-1     —      3-1 
Penalties-Yards — 6-55     —      5-58 
Total yards — 221     —      310 
Records — 3-4     —      2-5 
Stark County football – Week 7:Louisville rallies, Hoover shows toughness, Kayden Davis runs wild, Central Catholic rallies, Northwest survives OT
MASSILLON 42, MIDDLETOWN (DEL.) 24 
Middletown – 6 – 6 – 0 – 12 — 24 
Massillon – 0 – 21 – 14 – 7 — 42  
Mi—Roberson 10 yd run (kick blocked) 
Mi—Priestley 30 pass from Troyer (kick failed) 
Mass—Banks 14 pass from Slaughter (Keller kick) 
Mass—Hartson 10 run (kick failed) 
Mass—Hartson 10 run (D.Pringle run) 
Mass—Banks 34 pass from Slaughter (Keller kick) 
Mass—Wiggins 28 pass from Slaughter (Keller kick) 
Mi—Kracyla 14 pass from Troyer (pass failed) 
Mass—Hartson 53 run (Keller kick) 
Mi—Hamm 11 pass from Troyer (pass failed) 
TEAM STATS 
                     MID     —      MASS 
First downs — 15     —      19 
Rushes-Yards — 21-(-10)     —      43-225 
Comp-Att-Int — 21-36-0     —      10-18-0 
Passing Yards — 303     —      148 
Fumbles-Lost — 2-2     —      1-1 
Penalties-Yards — 5-40     —      3-35 
Total yards — 293     —      373 
Records — 2-2     —      6-1 
Middletown, Del. vs. Massillon football:Massillon’s defense brings the pressure, beats Middletown to extend win streak
CENTRAL CATHOLIC 20, LAKE CATHOLIC 10 
Lake Cath. – 7 – 0 – 0 – 3 — 10 
Central – 0 – 0 – 7 – 13 — 20  
LC—Cantrell 1 run (Cosic kick) 
CC—Anderson 8 pass from Talkington (Angerman kick) 
LC—FG Cosic 29 
CC—Talkington 16 run (Angerman kick) 
CC—Talkington 33 run (Angerman kick) 
TEAM STATS 
                     LC     —      CC 
First downs — 14     —      18 
Rushes-Yards — 32-144     —      34-190 
Comp-Att-Int — 13-22-2     —      12-24-0 
Passing Yards — 160     —      94 
Fumbles-Lost — 2-1     —      0-0 
Penalties-Yards — 11-90     —      2-15 
Total yards — 304     —      284 
Records — 2-5     —      4-3 
CANTON SOUTH 39, FAIRLESS 38 
South – 0 – 17 – 14 – 8 — 39 
Fairless – 10 – 14 – 7 – 7 — 38 
F—Bro.Pumneo 18 pass from Colucci (Wickham kick) 
F—FG Wickham 19 
CS—Snyder 1 run (White kick) 
F—Yoder 43 pass from Colucci (Wickham kick) 
CS—Snyder 6 run (White kick) 
F —Seal 19 pass from Colucci (Wickham kick) 
CS—FG White 28 
CS —Castle 43 pass from Snyder (White kick) 
F —Killy 2 run (Wickham kick) 
CS —Fricke 7 run (White kick) 
F —Killy 4 run (Wickham kick) 
CS —Snyder 43 run (Castle pass from Snyder) 
TEAM STATS 
                     CS     —      FAIR 
First downs — 22     —      29 
Rushes-Yards — 27-187     —      35-187 
Comp-Att-Int — 17-25-1     —      20-24-0 
Passing Yards — 316     —      254 
Fumbles-Lost — 1-1     —      1-1 
Penalties-Yards — 5-35     —      7-60 
Total yards — 503     —      431 
Records — 5-2, 3-1     —      5-2, 2-2 
Canton South vs. Fairless football:‘Exhilarating’ – Quarterback Poochie Snyder rallies Canton South past Fairless
NORTHWEST 29, CVCA 28, OT 
CVCA – 0 – 0 – 14 – 7 – 7 — 28 
Northwest – 0 – 0 – 7 – 14 – 8 — 29 
CVCA—Levak 52 pass from Kopec (Warren kick) 
CVCA—Kopec 60 run (Warren kick) 
NW—Miraglia 6 run (LaFay kick) 
NW—Magyarics 21 pass from Badger (LaFay kick) 
CVCA—Webb 30 pass from Wiehe (Warren kick) 
NW—Magyarics 10 pass from Badger (LaFay kick) 
CVCA —Snider 20 run (Warren kick) 
NW—Nickey 18 pass from Badger (Nickey pass from Badger) 
TEAM STATS 
                     CVCA     —      NW 
First downs — 11     —      16 
Rushes-Yards — 40-112     —      35-119 
Comp-Att-Int — 7-14-0     —      13-22-1 
Passing Yards — 182     —      189 
Fumbles-Lost — 0-0     —      1-1 
Penalties-Yards — 2-20     —      0-0 
Total yards — 294     —      308 
Records — 5-2, 3-1     —      5-2, 3-1 
CVCA vs. Northwest football:An overtime loss might crush many a football team; It should drive CVCA to bigger heights
TRIWAY 31, MANCHESTER 8 
Triway – 8 – 7 – 16 – 0 — 31 
Manchester – 0 – 8 – 0 – 0 — 8  
T—Colter 40 pass from Drown (Drown run) 
M—Hostler 2 run (Hostler run) 
T—Barton 12 pass from Drown (Bishko kick) 
T—Barnard 13 run (Bishko kick) 
T—Gumber 2 run (Bishko kick) 
T—Safety 
TEAM STATS 
                     TRI     —      MAN 
First downs — 19     —      12 
Rushes-Yards — 24-99    —      45-131 
Comp-Att-Int — 19-32-0     —      1-7-1 
Passing Yards — 169     —      -3 
Fumbles-Lost — 0-0     —      2-1 
Penalties-Yards — 9-105     —      7-65 
Total yards — 268     —      128 
Records — 4-3, 2-2     —      0-7, 0-4 
ALLIANCE 47, CARROLLTON 14 
Alliance – 13 – 7 – 7 – 20 — 47 
Carrollton – 7 – 0 – 7 – 0 — 14  
A—Kay.Davis 7 run (kick blocked) 
A—K’V.Davis 14 pass from Zurbrugg (Zurbrugg kick) 
C—Oehlstrom 47 run (Rosenberger kick) 
A—K’V.Davis 45 pass from Zurbrugg (Zurbrugg kick) 
C—Smith 57 run (Rosenberger kick) 
A—Kay.Davis 1 run (Zurbrugg kick) 
A—Kay.Davis 6 run (Zurbrugg kick) 
A—Kay.Davis 2 run (Zurbrugg kick) 
A—Kay.Davis 1 run (Zurbrugg kick) 
TEAM STATS 
                     ALL     —      CARR 
First downs — 22     —      15 
Rushes-Yards — 35-299     —      48-309 
Comp-Att-Int — 17-19-0     —      1-5-1 
Passing Yards — 224     —      12 
Fumbles-Lost — 1-1     —      5-4 
Penalties-Yards — 3-26     —      5-25 
Total yards — 523     —      314 
Records — 6-1, 2-0     —      5-2, 1-1 
WEST BRANCH 53, MARLINGTON 16 
W.Branch – 14 – 22 – 10 – 7 — 53 
Marlington – 13 – 3 – 0 – 0 — 16  
M—FG Hoebeke 25 
WB—DeShields 34 run (run failed) 
M—Himmelheber 51 pass from McCord (Hoebeke kick) 
WB—Perry 4 pass from DeShields (Kanagy pass from DeShields) 
M—FG Hoebeke 24 
WB—Mulinix 6 run (Perry pass from DeShields) 
WB—Perry 20 pass from DeShields (Perry from DeShields) 
WB—Mulinix 5 run (kick failed) 
M—FG Hoebeke 27 
WB—Mulinix 18 run (Hirst kick) 
WB—FG Hirst 22 
WB—Mulinix 71 run (Hirst kick) 
TEAM STATS 
                     WB     —      MAR 
First downs — 23     —      18 
Rushes-Yards — 26-285     —      22-73 
Comp-Att-Int — 18-23-1     —      17-38-3 
Passing Yards — 193     —      246 
Fumbles-Lost — 0-0     —      1-0 
Penalties-Yards — 7-59     —      3-25 
Total yards — 478     —      319 
Records — 6-1, 2-0     —      0-7, 0-2 
EAST CANTON 21, STRASBURG 6 
E.Canton – 7 – 7 – 7 – 0 — 21 
Strasburg – 6 – 0 – 0 – 0 — 6  
EC—Betz 5 run (Gallagher kick) 
S—Edwards 88 kickoff return (run failed) 
EC—T.Schrader 72 pass from Betz (Gallagher kick) 
EC—O.Schrader 1 run (Gallagher kick) 
TEAM STATS 
                     EC     —     STR 
First downs — 15     —      16 
Rushes-Yards — 20-40     —      25-74 
Comp-Att-Int — 20-27-2     —      15-34-1 
Passing Yards — 282     —      142 
Fumbles-Lost — 0-0     —      0-0 
Penalties-Yards — 10-100     —      4-30 
Total yards — 322     —      216 
Records — 3-4, 1-1     —      0-7, 0-2 
MALVERN 28, BUCKEYE TRAIL 20 
Malvern – 0 – 7 – 14 – 7 — 28 
Buckeye Trail – 0 – 7 – 6 – 7 — 20  
BT—Eagon 70 pass from Neuhart (Shepard kick) 
M—Wafler 8 pass from Witherow (Runyon kick) 
M—Phillips 28 pass from Witherow (Runyon kick) 
BT—Neuhart 4 run (kick blocked) 
M—Wafler 58 pass from Phillips (Runyon kick) 
M—Wafler 61 pass from Witherow (Runyon kick) 
BT—Neuhart 7 run (Shepard kick) 
TEAM STATS 
                     MAL     —      BT 
First downs — 22     —      14 
Rushes-Yards — 32-150     —      32-161 
Comp-Att-Int — 14-21-1     —      9-15-0 
Passing Yards — 313     —      149 
Fumbles-Lost — 2-1     —      2-1 
Penalties-Yards — 9-70     —      2-10 
Total yards — 463     —      310 
Records — 6-1, 2-0     —      1-6, 1-1 
Here’s a few top plays from Friday night, shared on Twitter by our writers, Josh Weir and Peter Holland Jr.
7-0 Blue Streaks. Dylan Snyder takes opening kickoff back 86 yards for a TD. pic.twitter.com/wLfgg2oK4g
The Tigers are on the board.
Jalen Slaughter ( @Jiggy_j12 ) connects to Ardell Banks (@50kdell ) on a wide open fade.
Middletown 12 Massillon 7 2nd 6:29 #TIG pic.twitter.com/dR4UQeyOd9
And just like that, the Tigers got the lead. Willtrell Hartson (@x_trell4 ) bounces outside and take it to the endzone. Extra point no good.
Massillon 13 Middletown 12 2nd 3:11 #TIG pic.twitter.com/xLLqzOknsY
Touchdown No. 2 for Massillon’s work horse Willtrell Hartson (@x_trell4 ). Good lead for the Tigers before the half.
Massillon 21 Middletown 12 2nd 33 secs #TIG pic.twitter.com/BBKa9N8ojT
Big run of the night by mini beast mode! Willtrell Hartson (@x_trell4 ) goes 53 yards for his 3rd rushing touchdown tonight. He could be at 200 yards by now. If not, he’s not far off. College coaches, pay a attention! 👀
Massillon 42 Middletown 18 4th 8:36#TIG pic.twitter.com/RsSYronoQM
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