Friday, October 11, 2019 11:10 pm
High school football roundup
Homestead wins SAC title
Ryan Burton ran for 102 yards and three touchdowns and Homestead shut out Wayne 24-0 at home to clinch the Spartans' first SAC conference football championship.
Homestead reached 8-0 for the first time since 2012 despite throwing the ball just eight times for 48 yards. The Spartans held the winless Generals (0-8) to just one first down and 34 yards of total offense.
CARROLL 16, CONCORDIA 0: At Concordia, Hunter Mertz ran for a pair of touchdowns and Wes Stephens had three tackles for loss, including a sack, to lead the Chargers (5-3). Quarterback Brandon Davis threw for 101 yards for the Cadets (3-5).
NORTH SIDE 29, NORTHROP 10: At North Side, the Legends (4-4) trailed 10-0 at halftime, but scored 29 unanswered points in the second half to win for the fourth time in five games. Alex Holliday-Robinson ran 22 times for 130 yards and three touchdowns. Krashaun Menson ran for a touchdown for the Bruins (4-4).
EAST NOBLE 56, NEW HAVEN 8: At East Noble, quarterback Bailey Parker accounted for five touchdowns and 219 yards of total offense to help the Knights (8-0) remain undefeated. Parker threw four touchdown passes, including two to Hayden Jones. Quarterback Jakar Williams had 81 total yards for the Bulldogs (3-5).
LEO 29, COLUMBIA CITY 14: At Leo, the Lions (7-1) raced out to a 29-0 lead behind two rushing touchdowns from Peyton Wall, a third score on the ground from quarterback Jackson Barbour and a 10-yard touchdown pass from Barbour to Greyson LaRocque. Wall ran 21 times for 241 yards. Max Bedwell had a 59-yard touchdown for the Eagles (4-4).
EASTSIDE 28, CENTRAL NOBLE 7: At Eastside, the game was tied at halftime, but Blazers (6-2) running back Ethan Farnsworth ran for two of his three touchdowns in the second half. Farnsworth finished with 83 yards rushing and Lane Cleckner added a 25-yard fumble return for a touchdown. Sawyer Yoder threw a touchdown pass for Central Noble (2-6).
SOUTH ADAMS 15, WOODLAN 0: At Woodlan, the Starfires remained undefeated, reaching 8-0 for the first time since at least 1994. Christian Summersett ran 40 times for 266 yards and two touchdowns. Jacob Roemer ran for 101 yards for the Warriors (3-5).
NORTHFIELD 24, WHITKO 0: At Northfield, Ashton Schuh ran 10 times for 40 yards, while Cade Berg and Riley Young had 38 yards apiece on the ground for the Wildcats (0-8).