Cedarville rides Coe to playoff berth


The Cedarville High School football team clinched a berth in the Division VII playoffs with a 28-8 win over Northeastern on Friday.

Caleb Coe had 15 carries for 107 yards in the win. Adam Cain had nine rushes for 28 yards, including a 2-yard touchdown run on the first drive of the game by Cedarville. He added a 2-yard TD run in the second.

Josh Rogers blocked a Northeastern punt then returned it for a touchdown in the second quarter.

Hudson Grant was 5 of 6 for 103 yards. He had a 35-yard touchdown pass to Dalton Ary in the third. Ary finished with three receptions for 85 yards.

Justin Liming and Adam Cain each had 11 tackles for the Indians.

Tecumseh 21, Kenton Ridge 14: Tecumseh led by 21 in the third. Kenton Ridge came back with two touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough.

The Arrows scored twice in the second — Christian Evans had a 2-yard touchdown run and Connor Henry had a 15-yard touchdown run.

Henry returned a fumble 63 yards for a touchdown in the third.

Mitchell Schneider had a 9-yard touchdown run for Kenton Ridge. Zach Holt added a 22-yard touchdown run.

Triad 43, Catholic Central 6: Triad rolled to a 36-0 halftime lead.

Trent McIntyre was 8 off 11 for 129 yards and one interception. He rushed three times for 188 yards. Ryan Boyd had three receptions for 71 yards. The Cardinals outgained Catholic Central 363-58.

McIntyre returned a punt 37 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter. He had a 70-yard touchdown run in the first and a 37-yard touchdown in the second.

Catholic Central scored on a 43-yard touchdown pass by Cosmas Catanzaro to Thomas Kavanagh.

Urbana 48, Graham 13: Urbana scored 28 points in the first quarter on two Drake Frost touchdown runs and two touchdown passes by Nathan Mays. Mays hit Cody Grim for 18 yards and Sam Niswonger for a 42-yard score.

Frost finished with three touchdown runs while Mays had four touchdown passes.

Indian Lake 45, Ben Logan 0: Indian Lake finished the year with a 4-1 record in the Central Buckeye Conference Mad River Division.


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