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Wheeling Park Stunned by Musselman, 25-17

INWOOD — The Applemen scored a go-ahead touchdown with 2:50 left in the game to score an impressive upset over the visiting Patriots. Wheeling Park held a 17-14 lead after three quarters, but a safety, 30-yard field goal and 26-yard touchdown pass vaulted Musselman to victory.

Isaiah Zelaski scored both of Park’s touchdowns, returning a fumble 30 yards and catching an 18-yard pass from Brett Phillips.

Dover 42, Linsly 0

DOVER — Dover remained undefeated with a big win over the Cadets.

Monroe Central 46, Frontier 28

WOODSFIELD — Quarterback Malachi Rose-Burton put on a show for the Seminoles, rushing for 305 yards and four touchdowns and throwing for 88 yards and two more scores. Frontier ran for 222 yards and four touchdowns as a team but it was not enough.

Both of Rose-Burton’s scoring passes went to Austin Yonak, who finished with 54 receiving yards. Landen Lydick carried the ball eight times for 67 yards and a touchdown. Rose-Burton scored on touchdown runs of 80, 64, 45 and 13 yards.

Beallsville 40, Paden City 14

PADEN CITY — Bradley Moats carried the ball 21 times for 158 yards and a touchdown as the Blue Devils defeated the Wildcats. Quarterback Gage Perkins scored three times, once on offense on a 19-yard pass to Marky Louden and twice on defense with two pick-sixes of 80 and 32 yards. He also added 86 yards on the ground.

Joey Baker ran 20 times for 195 yards and a touchdown for Paden City.

Barnesville 46, Shenandoah 20

SARAHSVILLE — Owyn Wise and C.J. Hannahs combined for 234 rushing yards and three touchdowns to power the Shamrocks to victory. Hannahs also completed 8-of-14 passes for 158 yards and two more scores through the air. Spencer Bliss caught four passed for 57 yards and two touchdowns and Chase Conner made a 71-yard scoring grab.

For Shenandoah, Nathan Van Fleet passed for 211 yards and two touchdowns going to Tyce DeVolld and Hunter Yates.

Edison 33, Buckeye Local 21

RICHMOND — Coming off a tough loss at Harrison Central and having slipped out of position for a home playoff game, the Wildcats overcame giving up the first score and battened down the hatches after a late push from the Panthers. Wildcats quarterback Gage Cline finished 8-of-12 passing for 125 yards and three touchdowns, adding another 61 yards on the ground.

Tyler Ebright threw for 94 yards and a touchdown for Buckeye Local, who scored twicein the fourth quarter in a failed comeback attempt.

Steubenville 35, Youngstown Cardinal Mooney 14

STEUBENVILLE — Big Red put two first-quarter scores on the board Friday and never looked back. Spencer Ostovich carried the ball 14 times for 123 yards and a touchdown while Elijah Mullins added 100 yards and a score of his own. Quarterback Phaeton Hill threw for 155 yards and a 19-yard touchdown to Ostovich.

Mooney scored twice in the second half, but it was already too little, too late.

River 35, Conotton Valley 6

BOWERSTOWN — Invading River inched closer to cementing a berth in the Division VII, Region 27 tournament with a 35-6 win over Conotton Valley.

Sophomore quarterback Kabel Isaly threw three touchdowns. Two went to Brody Longwell and the first was to Brody Lollathin. Austin Creamer ran for a 17-yard touchdown and Brayden Straun had a 10-yard scoop and score.

Madonna 28, Steubenville Central Catholic 7

WEIRTON — Sparked by two quick touchdowns, the Blue Dons defeated the Crusaders, 28-7, on homecoming Friday night at Jimmy Carey Stadium. The Blue Dons struck for two touchdowns less than five minutes into the game putting the Crusades behind the 8-ball from the outset of the contest. Quarterback Santino Arlia threw scoring strikes to Colteton Littleton twice, Mason Thompson and Evan Quering in the victory.

Andrew Doresy threw for 124 yards anf ran for 61 yards and a score for Central Catholic.


ST. CLAIRSVILLE — St. Clairsville won one and tied one Friday night in high school soccer action on the artificial pitch inside Red Devil Stadium.

The boys knocked off Wheeling Park 2-1 while the girls and Brooke battled to a 2-all draw.


Caden Stout scored a goal and assisted on the other as the Red Devils slipped past the visiting Patriots. Jayson Clark netted the other tally and Jack Gasber assisted on Stout’s net-finder. Goalkeeper Shane Jackson finished with seven saves.

Wheeling Park’s goal came on a Brody Wall penalty kick in the second half.


Alyssa Bodkin found the net twice off Emily Thompson assists. Rileigh Wood made eight saves.


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