Konieczny stepped onto the field Friday night 112 yards shy of the school record set by Rodger Hamilton in 1994.
The senior rushed for 178 yards and two touchdowns to help the Rockets (6-1) earn their fourth SBC win. Konieczny now has 1,222 rushing yards on 158 carries this season and 2,951 rushing yards in his career.
Cody Thompson ran for 99 yards and passed for another 132 for the Tigers.
Perkins 35, Clyde 13
If Perkins rout of Huron last week was the cake, then Friday night's pounding of Clyde was the icing.
The Pirates continue to use a very balanced offensive attack and a potent defense, with the Fliers finding that out up close and personal last night at Firelands Regional Medical Center Stadium in a Sandusky Bay Conference loss to the Pirates.
Just a couple of defensive miscues, including a costly penalty, kept Perkins from a shutout.
For a majority of the game,the Pirate defense kept the Fliers from any consistency, and when Perkins had the ball it made the plays it needed to in racking up 449 yards of offense.
The victory puts the Pirates (6-1, 4-0) atop the SBC with Oak Harbor (6-1, 4-0) with three games to play. While the Pirates must play at Port Clinton and Margaretta,
Austin Sparks led the Perkins rushing attack with 145 yards on 10 carries.
Paul Cullen went 10-of-16 for 164 yards for the Fliers.
St. Mary CC 34, Port Clinton 26
There’s something about playing a homecoming game on a Friday night at Strobel Field that brings the best out in a St. Mary Central Catholic football team.
The Panthers rode the leadership of three seniors — Brandon Green and the Guerra twins Alex and Adam — who combined for five touchdowns and 582 all-purpose yards in a 34-26 win over Port Clinton in a battle of winless teams in SBC play.
The victory snapped a nine-game losing streak in conference competition for the Panthers who usually play Saturday night contests at Cedar Point Stadium.
Green ripped of 240 yards rushing on 35 carries.
Addison Rospert rushed for 156 yards and threw for another 121 for the Redskins.
Edison 27, Margaretta 7
The Chargers amassed 349 yards rushing in Friday’s win.
Storm Weimer led the Edison offense with 131 yards rushing on 11 carries, while Gary Jaycox gained 81 yards