Here's a quick recap of some of Friday Night's football games:
Sandusky Bay Conference:Huron 42, Oak Harbor 20: The Tigers dominated the first half 35-7 Friday en route to a 42-20 win over the Rockets. Kyle Pisano had 59 yards rushing and 224 passing with two touchdown passes, one to Aaron Driftmeyer and one to Cody Thompson, and two touchdown runs. Oak Harbor running back Mark Konieczny was held to 83 yards, but scored twice for the Rockets. Edison 19, Margaretta 13: The Chargers pulled off a homecoming night victory in the fourth quarter of play over the visiting Polar Bears. With 26 seconds left to play, senior Zach Rutherford scored the difference-maker for Edison, 3-4, 2-2. The loss drops Margaretta to 2-5, 0-4 in the SBC. Port Clinton 35, St. Mary CC 0: The Redskins defeated the Panthers soundly to improve their record to 5-2 overall. With games against Perkins, Huron and Clyde remaining, Port Clinton has a chance to post its first winning season since 1990. Diante Laurel ran for 119 yards and scored three touchdowns in the win.
Northern Ohio League:Bellevue 61, Willard 6: Jalen Santoro was busy again for Bellevue, running for five first-half touchdowns and 224 yards, while throwing for another TD in the rout of Willard. Bellevue, which is 5-2, 2-0, shares the top spot in the NOL with Sandusky.
Firelands Conference:St. Paul 34, New London 33: Alaric Newcomer ran for 155 yards and Isaac Livengood ran for 124 for the Flyers as they edged the Wildcats in FC play. Livengood scored with 10:03 remaining in the game and St. Paul held New London on downs with three minutes left. Mapleton 28, Monroeville 27: The Mounties got their first win at Monroeville since 1979 and first win over the Eagles since 1991. Rick Heck ran for 79 yards and scored a trio of touchdowns for the Mounties in the win. Crestview 22, Western Reserve 21: The Cougars stayed unbeaten (7-0, 4-0) by driving 70 yards in the closing minutes, and converted the two-point attempt to edge the Roughriders. Blake Buckhannon ran for 110 yards and one touchdown for Western Reserve.
For more information on these and other games, see Saturday's Register or Reflector.