H-L’s Stickley, Wickham pace victory over Southeastern

RAVENNA — Sam Stickley put up another big game, and Hopewell-Loudon made a long trip worthwhile, tripping Southeastern 34-13 Friday in Ravenna.

Stickley ran for 167 yards on 18 carries, scoring three touchdowns.

The Chieftains also got two rushing touchdowns from Brock Williams, who reached 56 yards on nine carries. He also had four catches for 65 yards, and was 4 of 4 passing for 43 yards.

Luke Jameson was the Chieftains primary quarterback, going 10 of 16 for 133 yards and no interceptions.

Hopewell-Loudon’s defense was led by CJ Smith, who had 10 tackles, by Stickley, who had two stops for a loss, and by Charlie Wickham, who had an interception.

TU’s Pipkin making

most of CFL chance

MONTREAL — Johnny who?

Quarterback and Tiffin University product Antonio Pipkin made his second consecutive start for the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes.

For the second-straight week, Pipkin made a case for more playing time. And this time, he led Montreal to a win.

Pipkin — substituting for the injured Johnny Manziel — threw for 303 yards and ran for a pair of touchdowns, leading the Alouettes to a 25-22 win over the Toronto Argonauts.

The win broke Montreal’s six-game losing streak. It improved to 2-8.

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