Friday NIght Varsity Football Scores for Sept 9

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XENIA

Stop sign: Xenia renders Piqua's offense pointless 28-0

Xenia played judge, jury and executioner in ruling a 28-0 verdict over Piqua in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 9.

The first quarter gave Xenia a 7-0 lead over Piqua. The Buccaneers opened a huge 21-0 gap over the Indians at the intermission.

Xenia thundered to a 28-0 lead heading into the final quarter. The scoreboard was in hibernation in the final quarter, with neither team scoring.


MONROE

Destination, victory: Brookville's fast burst dooms Monroe 36-22

Brookville tested the scoreboard lights while lighting up Monroe 36-22 for an Ohio high school football victory on September 9.

Brookville opened with a 21-0 advantage over Monroe through the first quarter. The Hornets stemmed the tide in the second quarter by closing the gap to 28-8.

Monroe battled back to make it 36-22 in the third quarter. Neither squad scored in the final quarter.


SPRINGBORO

Explosive start keys Springboro's resounding romp over Beavercreek 49-10

NASA would envy the blast off Springboro authored on Friday while dispatching Beavercreek 49-10 in Ohio high school football on September 9.

Springboro stormed in front of Beavercreek 21-3 to begin the second quarter. The Panthers opened a lopsided 35-3 gap over the Beavers at halftime.

The gap remained steady with both teams scoring evenly in the third quarter. The Panthers got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 7-0 edge.


PRINCETON

Denied: Cincinnati Princeton blunts Hamilton on scoreboard 26-0

An electrician would've been needed to get Hamilton on the scoreboard because Cincinnati Princeton wouldn't allow it in a 26-0 shutout during this Ohio football game.

Cincinnati Princeton moved in front of Hamilton 6-0 to begin the second quarter.

Both teams were shutout in the second quarter. Cincinnati Princeton thundered to a 19-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Vikings hummed like a well-oiled machine through the fourth quarter, extending the lead with a 7-0 advantage in the frame.


MASON

Mason manhandles Cincinnati Colerain 32-6

Everybody wants to rule the world or the scoreboard. Mason did exactly that with a 32-6 win against Cincinnati Colerain in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 9.

Mason opened with a 6-0 advantage over Cincinnati Colerain through the first quarter.

The Comets registered a 13-0 advantage at halftime over the Cardinals.

Both teams scored evenly in the third quarter to make it 19-6.

The Comets held on with a 13-0 scoring edge in the fourth quarter.


MIDDLETOWN

Razor thin: Liberty Township Lakota East earns tough verdict over Middletown 14-13

Liberty Township Lakota East eventually plied victory away from Middletown 14-13 in an Ohio high school football matchup.


BISHOP FENWICK

Trenton Edgewood stonewalls Franklin Bishop Fenwick 10-0

Dominating defense was the calling card of Trenton Edgewood as it shut out Franklin Bishop Fenwick 10-0 on September 9 in Ohio football.

The first quarter gave Trenton Edgewood a 10-0 lead over Franklin Bishop Fenwick.

Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through barren second, third and fourth quarters.


WAYNESVILLE

Waynesville delivers smashing punch to stump Middletown Madison 44-14

It was a tough night for Middletown Madison which was overmatched by Waynesville in this 44-14 verdict.

Waynesville jumped in front of Middletown Madison 10-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Spartans' offense moved in front for a 20-6 lead over the Mohawks at the intermission.

Waynesville thundered to a 34-6 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Spartans avoided the brakes and shifted into victory gear via a 10-8 stretch over the fourth quarter.


GOSHEN

Washington Court House Miami Trace catches fast wind, sails away from Goshen 49-7

Washington Court House Miami Trace rushed to an early advantage and ran away for a 49-7 win over Goshen in Ohio high school football on September 9.

Washington Court House Miami Trace moved in front of Goshen 14-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Panthers opened a lopsided 28-7 gap over the Warriors at halftime.

Washington Court House Miami Trace struck to a 49-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The scoreboard was in hibernation in the fourth quarter, with neither team scoring.


LEBANON/LITTLE MIAMI

No mercy: Lebanon shuts down Morrow Little Miami in defensive masterpiece 41-0

Lebanon unveiled a blanketing defense and threw it all over Morrow Little Miami in a 41-0 shutout in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 9.


FRANKLIN/CARLISLE

Down but not out: Franklin beats back Carlisle 34-18

It didn't look good early, but Franklin wasn't painting a portrait, just a victory, which it earned with this 34-18 decision over Carlisle on Friday for an Ohio high school football victory on September 9.

Carlisle started on steady ground by forging a 12-7 lead over Franklin at the end of the first quarter.

The Wildcats kept a 20-12 intermission margin at the Indians' expense.

Franklin moved to a 27-12 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Wildcats got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 7-6 edge.


BELLBROOK

Bellbrook outduels Eaton in competitive clash 24-14

Bellbrook trucked Eaton on the road to a 24-14 victory on September 9 in Ohio football action.

Bellbrook drew first blood by forging a 7-0 margin over Eaton after the first quarter.

The Golden Eagles' offense jumped in front for a 10-0 lead over the Eagles at halftime.

Neither team could gain any advantage in the third quarter.

The Golden Eagles and the Eagles each scored in the final quarter.

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