Danner, Warriors smother Bucks

PHOTO BY JONATHON BIRD Mohawk's Mason Danner catches Buckeye Central's Jacob Maxhimer by the jersey during the first half Friday in Sycamore.

SYCAMORE — Mason Danner caught one of Landen Snyder’s two touchdown passes and ran for another two scores Friday as Mohawk blanked Northern 10 Athletic Conference foe Buckeye Central 30-0.

Danner sprinted in from 49 yards out with 9:34 left in the first half for the game’s first points, and caught a 19-yard TD strike from Snyder at the 8:48 mark of the third quarter.

He added a 3-yard touchdown plunge early in the fourth quarter on the way to 108 yards rushing. His two receptions amounted to 34 yards.

Mohawk’s other TD came on Snyder’s 16-yard pass to Skyler Williams with 2:59 to go in the third period.

Jesse Leeth added three conversion runs for the Warriors (5-3, 3-2 N10).

Snyder threw for 186 yards. Tyler Hayman caught three passes for 54 yards and Williams added five catches for 44 yards.

Mohawk held the Bucks (0-8, 0-5) to just 21 yards passing and 99 yards rushing.

Jacob Maxhimer led Buckeye Central with 81 yards rushing.

Chieftains toss aside Lakers

LAKESIDE — Ashton Bour threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more Friday to key Hopewell-Loudon’s 45-8 domination of Sandusky Bay Conference River Division foe Danbury.

Bour sandwiched TD tosses of 10 yards to Travis and 32 yards to Jordyn Jury around his own 10-yard scoring run to put the Chieftains up 20-0 in the first quarter.

He added a 14-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and Lance Crawford sprinted in from 7 yards out later in the period.

Fourth-quarter scores for H-L (4-4, 3-1 SBC) came on TD runs of 12 yards by Eric Hoover and 58 yards by Luke Jameson.

The Lakers avoided the shutout with a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Turnovers help Blue Streaks flip Fliers

SANDUSKY — Sandusky scored off two turnovers and converted another into a touchdown Friday en route to beating Clyde 34-21 in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division play.

The Blue Streaks (6-2, 2-1 SBC) took a 14-7 lead when J.T. Lewis returned a fumble 39 yards for score with 4:21 left in the first half, then added a 35-yards pick-6 by Desmond Williams just 45 seconds into the third quarter for a 21-7 advantage.

Clyde countered with the second of Ryan Lozier’s three short TD runs — this one covered 2 yards — with 10:56 to go in the game to get within 21-14, but Sandusky had the answer.

Two, actually.

The first game on Terion Stewart’s 38-yard touchdown run with 9:30 left.

The second came after Xavier Parker picked off a pass, with Stewart capping that drive with a 6-yard sprint for his third touchdown and a 34-14 lead with 7:17 left.

Lozier plowed in from the 1 just 41 seconds later, but Clyde couldn’t find the end zone after that.

The Fliers (5-3, 1-2) led 7-0 at the first stop after Lozier’s 9-yard run at the 5:16 mark of the first period, but Stewart knotted the game with an 18-yard jaunt at the 10:25 mark the second period.

Stewart ended with 145 yards rushing and Michael Franklin threw for 108. Noah Caston caught four passes for 80 yards.

Lozier paced Clyde with 93 yards rushing and 203 passing, with Carson Rieman hauling in nine passes for 132 yards. Gunner Golden added 81 yards rushing.