It all came down to the wire... with a last second Hail Mary.
Nick Reynolds of Crestline was intercepted by Hayden Dotson with no time left on the clock making the South Central Trojans victorious and also giving coach Aaron Brokaw his first win, 20-19 as coach of the Trojans.
Caleb Barnett rushed for 140 yards in the first half of his 197 yards all together with two touchdown runs for the Trojans.
Plymouth 13, Buckeye Central 6
Hunter Bailey scored on a 2-yard run in the fourth quarter to give Plymouth its first win of the season.
Adam Predieri ran 10 times for 95 yards for the Big Red.
Norwayne 41, Western Reserve 13
Norwayne jumped out to a 21-0 lead early enroute to the win.
Ian Ramos gained 86 yards on 14 carries and Will Pritt went 7-of-19 for 105 yards for the Roughriders.
Seneca East 7, Monroeville 0
In a defensive slugfest Friday night at Marsh Field, the Seneca East Tigers were able to make a fourth-quarter touchdown stand up and come away with a win.
The Eagles were led by sophomore Dakota Hanlon with 55 yards on 13 tries, while junior Levi Anderson had 17 carries for 54 yards.
Col. Crawford 33, N. London 13
Colonel Crawford stunned New London with 27 first quarter points and the Wildcats were never able to recover as the Eagles posted a win.
Josh Hamilton made connections with Nick Thomas on a 31-yard pass and run and Josh Dillard tossed a 35-yard scoring aerial to Clay Wilson for the Wildcats.
Read more in Saturday's Norwalk Reflector and Sandusky Register.