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Port Clinton turns the tables on Genoa

Genoa walloped Port Clinton 84-13 a year ago. On Friday night, Port Clinton reversed things with a 27-19 win over the Comets.


Related Topix: Ohio High School Football, Ohio High School Sports, High School Sports

5 hrs ago | Carlsbad Current-Argus

Latest results: CHS freshmen football, volleyball

The Cavemen defeated New Mexico Military Institute, 54-6, in the home opener on Aug. 28. Carlsbad then defeated Lovington Sept. 4 by forfeit.


Related Topix: New Mexico High School Football

9 hrs ago | Fort Morgan Times

'Diggers roll over Glenwood Springs, 54-21

Brush racked up an incredible 633 yards on offense to handle a highly touted Glenwood Springs team 54-21 at home Friday. Beetdigger quarterback-running back Kyle Rosenbrock put on a clinic as he rushed for 246 yards and five touchdowns on 20 carries and threw for nearly 200 yards.


Related Topix: High School Basketball, Colorado High School Football, Colorado High School Basketball News

Tue Sep 16, 2014

The Arizona Republic

Agua Fria High's all-time greatest football players

Agua Fria High's all-time greatest football players Richard Obert takes a look at Agua Fria's 10 greatest football players. Check out this story on It's time to hit up the west side to find 10 all-time great football players from one school.


Related Topix: Arizona High School Football, Arizona High School Sports, High School Sports

Sacramento Bee Newspaper

High school football notes: Next up for Del Oro on its tough schedule – De La Salle

The Del Oro coaching staff on the sidelines for Del Oro vs Helix in La Mesa, Calif., on Friday, September 5, 2014. Final score: Helix 34, Del Oro 10. The Del Oro Eagles come onto the field before the game as they host the Kamehameha Warrior's at the Honor Bowl at Del Oro High School, Friday August 29, 2014.


Related Topix: California High School Football

The Alternative Press

NJSIAA Confirms Investigation of 'Racist' Banana Incident At High School Football Game

The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association confirmed today that it is investigating allegation of racist taunting at a high school football game in Summit last Saturday. TAP into North Plainfield was the first media outlet to report the incident, which involved unknown people shoving bananas into the visitors locker room as the North Plainfield Canucks football team prepared for the game.


Related Topix: New Jersey High School Football

Cheney Free Press


When Todd Ableman, Cheney's public works director, first read a media report that the city had decided to return to using a large portion of the Spokane County regional trash system they originally opted out of, his first reaction was a form of... Employees at Cheney Federal Credit Union got into the spirit of Eastern Washington University football game-day last Friday by dressing in red to support the Eagles as they faced the University of... Several city of Cheney departments were honored with awards and statewide recognition at the City Council's first meeting in September Tuesday night.


Related Topix: Washington High School Football, Washington High School Sports, High School Sports

Chico Enterprise-Record

Northern Section Football Rankings: Same No. 1 teams despite some setbacks

Two No. 1 teams suffered defeats to big-time opponents from out of the area, and the quality of those foes resulted in no change up top in the Northern Section Prep Football Media Poll.


Related Topix: California High School Football

Thomaston Times

Where have all the D-1 prospects gone?

It is great to hear that Upson-Lee defensive tackle David Marshall has received a number of college scholarship offers from Division-1 college football teams. Although he is just a junior, David has obviously made a very positive impression on recruiters from schools like Ole Miss, Alabama, and Auburn.


Related Topix: Georgia High School Football, Sports, NCAA Sports, Joe Jones, Auburn Tigers NCAA Football, NCAA Football, Auburn University NCAA, Tunde Fariyike, Logan Winkles

Mon Sep 15, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Jeff Jacobs - Smart QB: UConn's Casey Cochran Goes Out A Winner

By Casey Cochran's best estimate, he has played the game for 20 years. Casey Cochran is 20 years old.


Related Topix: Connecticut High School Football, Portland, CT

Caden Carter of Sunset nominated for Football Honor Roll

Caden Carter , Sunset , Junior: Facing an 0-2 record, Carter helped the Apollos secure their first win of the season against Reynolds with a stellar rushing performance. Carter carried the ball 27 times for 225 yards and four touchdowns, including a 36-yard score in the fourth quarter following a Reynolds safety.


Related Topix: Oregon High School Football

Fort Morgan Times

Warriors win 61-6 in Briggsdale

The Weldon Valley Warriors posted another outstanding win on Friday night as they traveled to take on fellow A-6 North foes in Briggsdale. There, they found a 1-1 overall and 0-1 Falcons team in search of their own first league win, but the Warriors had other plans and took down the feisty birds 61-6.


Related Topix: Colorado High School Football, Colorado High School Sports, Chris Harper

LA Daily News

SEC dominating AP Top 25 college football poll once again

The Southeastern Conference's dominant status had taken a hit since Nick Saban wrapped his hands around the national championship trophy in 2013, following Alabama's second straight title. The conference had its run of seven straight national championships end when Florida State beat Auburn in January, and some thought that the Pac-12 had become the better top-to-bottom league.


Related Topix: California High School Football, Sports, NCAA Sports, NCAA Football, Arizona State University NCAA, Arizona State Sun Devils NCAA Football, Taylor Kelly

Durant Daily Democrat

Lions fall to Ardmore, 27-13

Layton Tubbs worked with the offense this week and started at quarterback. He answered the call by leading long drives and scoring a rushing touchdown.


Related Topix: Oklahoma High School Football, Tyler Stovall, Sports, Auburn University NCAA, NCAA Sports, Auburn Tigers NCAA Football, NCAA Football

Sun Sep 14, 2014

Free Press


WILMINGTON WAS SLOW getting started Friday night at Lisle but once they got rolling they couldn't be stopped. The Cats were up 7-3 at the half before scoring 27 second half points to win it 34-3.


Related Topix: Illinois High School Sports, Illinois High School Football, High School Sports

Football: Raritan's victory over Manasquan jammed with 'teaching moments'

Raritan head coach Andrew Petruzzi said the Rockets' topsy-turvy, 41-34, Shore Conference Class A Central win over Manasquan was chocked full of teaching moments. Manasquan scored in the closing minutes and it took the recovery of an onsides kick by Raritan quarterback Riley Sullivan playing on the hands team to finally dismiss the Warriors.


Related Topix: New Jersey High School Football

The Times of Trenton

Football: Rory Helstrom helps Princeton end 10-game losing streak with upset victory

The feel good story better yet, the feel great story -- after the first weekend of football in the West Jersey Football League had to be Princeton's 28-7 victory Saturday over a Hamilton West team that was presumed to be a title contender in the Valley Division. The Princeton win ended a 10-game losing streak.


Related Topix: New Jersey High School Football

PNW Local News

Taylor Trophy finds new home with Kent-Meridian's 42-39 victory over Auburn | Prep football

After 15 years residing in a trophy case at Auburn High School, the coveted Taylor Trophy has a new home at Kent-Meridian for the next 12 months. Saturday's 42-39 overtime win at French Field is the first time the Royals have defeated the Trojans since 1999 and puts the series between the two rivals - who have played every season since 1908 - at 50-49-7 in favor of Auburn.


Related Topix: Washington High School Football

Inside No. 12 Glenville football's 19-12 victory over No. 15...

The win spoiled the opening of the Tigers' new turf field and gave Glenville its first victory of the season. "Anytime you can get a win, it's good," said Glenville coach Ted Ginn Sr. "I thought we played well the first two games, but we gave them away."


Related Topix: Ohio High School Football

Independent Herald

Extra motivation

Cogar ran for three scores and passed for another as the Renegades beat the Class A No. 5 Hillbillies , 28-22, on Friday night at a packed George A. Queen Stadium in Man.


Related Topix: West Virginia High School Football