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1 hr ago | OregonLive.com
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.
6 hrs ago | Fort Morgan Times
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.
10 hrs ago | LA Daily News
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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."
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.
Taconic football coach Jim Ziter's instructions for his running backs were simple heading into Saturday's home game against Springfield Cathedral. "He said, 'Run like you have a herd of bulls behind you and don't stop,' " sophomore Jake McNeice said.
In listing traits of a good quarterback, being a strong leader, having a good arm and remaining calm under pressure are right near the top.
Rebels rout Hammond in home opener West Monroe wakes up in second half and soars to win Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1s0vQNL West Monroe quarterback Robert Scott Foust passes up the middle against Hammond in high school football action Friday night at Rebel Stadium. In a classic tale of two halves Friday at Don Shows Field at Rebel Stadium, West Monroe started slow but poured on 48 unanswered points late for a sound 48-13 win over Hammond 48-13.
Roy High built a seemingly safe 25-7 lead in the third quarter, then had to hold on for dear life down the stretch to escape with a 25-22 victory when Mountain Crest muffed a late field goal attempt in the two teams' Region 5 opener Friday night. I've got to thank my line.
The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders spread the love in their season-opening win over the Gardner Wildcats on Friday night at Gardner High School. Four different players -- Shane Dawson, Corey Romich, Drew Moore and Joey Orlando -- scored a touchdown en route to a 36-13 stomping.
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... The city of Cheney is looking for some civic-minded individuals to serve on the City Council in the position left vacant by the resignation of long-time Councilman Bob Stockton last month.
One of South Carolina's top squads couldn't slow down the sizzling hot De La Salle High football team Friday night. In a nationally televised game on ESPNU, the Spartans continued their fast start to the season by topping Byrnes-Duncan 56-28 at Owen Owens Field in a game between nationally ranked teams.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 03:57 pm
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