North Baltimore turnovers lead to Carey win

CAREY – Murphy’s Law was well regulated by North Baltimore in its 65-0 loss to Carey Friday in an MAL match up.

The score takes away from the fact that Carey only ran 26 offensive plays, but the Blue Devils came away with four turnovers and scored quickly, averaging 47 yards on scoring plays.

Bryan Powers ran three times for 124 yards. He was a favorite target in the passing game, grabbing three receptions for 116 yards and two scores. His first rush went for 61 yards and a touchdown. Brandon Zechman punched in a score after a 3-yard run and Satchel Strahm had a touchdown grab in the beginning in the second quarter.

Powers had back-to-back touchdown receptions in the second period, and teammate Derek Wentling snared a touchdown reception that went for 83 yards to close out the first half.

The second half saw Carey score two touchdowns in the third quarter off runs by Powers and Dylan Musgrave.

More of the same happened in the fourth, with Dylan Noon adding 56-yard TD run, and Musgrave found the end zone again to score the last touchdown of the game.

Lane Bishop went 19 for 48 passing for 146 yards and three interceptions for the Tigers. Taylor Bishop rushed for 124 yards on 28 attempts.

Carey Quarterback Matthew Holsinger ended 5 for 8 passing, with four going for touchdowns. His 267 yards passing gave him 1,253 for the season, pushing him past the single-season school mark John Greer set in 1975.

Redskins hammer SW with 1-2 punch

FOSTORIA – Sawyer Kieffer ran for three touchdowns and returned a punt 56 yards for another score, and Chase Gonzales added a pair of TD runs and 207 rushing yards – all in the first half – as Arcadia steamrolled St. Wendelin 49-8 Friday.

Kieffer scored all 28 of Arcadia’s points in the second quarter, but Gonzales got the Redskins started by racing 80 yards on his team’s second play of the game for a TD and adding a 1-yard scoring plunge late in the first quarter.

Gonzales finished 16 carries for 207 yards and never saw action in the second half.

Kieffer took over in the second period, scoring on runs of 11, 4 and 49 yards and adding the punt return. He also kicked all but one of Arcadia’s extra points in the game, and finished with 84 yards on eight carries.

A.J. Lentz finished the scoring for the Redskins with a 1-yard plunge in the third quarter en route to 94 yards on 12 rushes. His effort helped Arcadia (2-6) roll up 428 rushing yards.

The Mohawks (4-4) scored on the first play of the fourth quarter when Donovan Scudder bulled in from a yard out.

Brad Buhrow paced St. Wendelin with 92 yards on 15 carries, but the Mohawks threw two interceptions, lost two of their three fumbles and only gained 175 yards of total offense.

Ulinski-led Wildcats roll

ELMORE – Jake Matwiejczyk went 14 for 16 passing for 234 yards and five touchdowns, and Evan Ulinski figured in six scores Friday as Woodmore walloped Northern Buckeye Conference foe Fostoria 69-0.

Matwiejczyk hooked up with Ulinski for TD passes covering 5 yards in the first quarter, 9 in the second and 64 in the third for the Wildcats (5-3, 2-3 NBC).

Ulinski hauled in a 1-yard TD pass from Connor Bringham in the fourth period, and returned punts of 45 and 50 yards for touchdowns in a 63-second span of the first quarter. He finished with 11 catches for 157 yards.

Matwiejczyk also threw TD strikes of 27 yards to Malachi Brown and 30 yards to Logan Fonseca.

Tony Rozzi tacked on touchdown runs of 11 and 3 yards on his way to 116 rushing yards for the Wildcats.

The Redmen (0-8, 0-5) managed just 92 yards rushing and 58 passing.