Friday Night Football Game Scores September 16, 2022

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WARREN COUNTY, OH -- 

Xenia tacks win on Greenville 55-21

Xenia swept across the scoreboard with a dizzying flurry to ambush Greenville 55-21 in Ohio high school football on September 16.

Xenia drew first blood by forging a 14-7 margin over Greenville after the first quarter.

The Buccaneers opened a massive 35-14 gap over the Green Wave at the intermission.

Xenia struck to a 55-21 lead heading into the final quarter.

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


Brookville flies high over Carlisle 35-6

Brookville painted a masterpiece of offensive football all over the canvas of Carlisle's defense for a 35-6 win in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 16.

Neither squad could muster points in the first quarter.

The Blue Devils fought to a 14-0 halftime margin at the Indians' expense.

Brookville charged to a 28-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

Conditioning showed as the Blue Devils outscored the Indians 7-6 in the final quarter.


Monroe outclasses Dayton Oakwood 34-20

Monroe charged Dayton Oakwood and collected a 34-20 victory at Monroe High on September 16 in Ohio football action.

The first quarter gave Monroe a 14-0 lead over Dayton Oakwood.

Both offenses were stymied without points on either side in the second quarter.

The gap remained steady with both teams scoring evenly in the third quarter.

Neither team could gain any advantage in the final quarter.


Middletown's Bishop Fenwick shuts off the power on Cincinnati Mt. Healthy 50-19

Franklin Bishop Fenwick's offense erupted in a dazzling display to dominate Cincinnati Mt. Healthy 50-19 during this Ohio football game.

Franklin Bishop Fenwick opened with a 34-12 advantage over Cincinnati Mt. Healthy through the first quarter.

Both teams were shutout in the second quarter.

Franklin Bishop Fenwick breathed fire to a 44-12 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Falcons' advantage was wide enough to weather the Fighting Owls' 7-6 margin in the final quarter.


Powerhouse performance: Winton Woods roars to big win over Little Miami 41-7

Cincinnati Winton Woods controlled the action to earn an impressive 41-7 win against Morrow Little Miami in Ohio high school football on September 16.

Cincinnati Winton Woods opened with a 14-7 advantage over Morrow Little Miami through the first quarter.

The Warriors opened a colossal 28-7 gap over the Panthers at the intermission.

Both teams were blanked in the third quarter.

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


Franklin Middletown Christian pushes over Cincinnati Clark Montessori 24-14

Franklin Middletown Christian put together a victorious gameplan to stop Cincinnati Clark Montessori 24-14 in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 16.


Loveland carves slim margin over Lebanon 14-13

Loveland posted a narrow 14-13 win over Lebanon in an Ohio high school football matchup.

The Tigers' offense moved in front for a 7-0 lead over the Warriors at the intermission.

Both teams were shutout in the first and third quarters.

The Warriors rallied in the final quarter, but the Tigers skirted trouble with just enough offense to thwart all hopes.


Tough tussle: Mason breaks free from Middletown 10-7

Mason surfed the tension to ride to a 10-7 win over Middletown in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 16.

Middletown showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 7-0 advantage over Mason as the first quarter ended.

An intermission tie at 7-7 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Neither defense permitted points in the third quarter.

The Comets held on with a 3-0 scoring edge in the final quarter.


Blanchester explodes past Goshen 45-22

Blanchester put on an offensive clinic to extinguish Goshen for a 45-22 victory at Blanchester High on September 16 in Ohio football action.

The first quarter gave Blanchester a 6-3 lead over Goshen.

The Wildcats opened a towering 26-3 gap over the Warriors at the intermission.

Blanchester and Goshen each scored in the third quarter.

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


Needlepoint: Springboro sews up Kettering Fairmont in slim triumph 21-19

A tight-knit tilt turned in Springboro's direction just enough to squeeze past Kettering Fairmont 21-19 for an Ohio high school football victory on September 16.

Kettering Fairmont showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 7-0 advantage over Springboro as the first quarter ended.

Through the early stages of the affair, the Firebirds controlled the pace, taking a 13-0 lead into intermission.

Springboro broke in front at the beginning of the final quarter with a 14-13 lead over Kettering Fairmont.

The Panthers held on with a 7-6 scoring edge in the fourth quarter.


Flexing muscle: Bellbrook tightens grip on Franklin 35-7

Bellbrook unleashed a high-powered offensive show to knock off Franklin 35-7 Friday in Ohio high school football action on September 16.

Bellbrook charged in front of Franklin 21-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Golden Eagles' offense steamrolled in front for a 28-0 lead over the Wildcats at the intermission.

Bellbrook thundered to a 35-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Wildcats rallied with a 7-0 advantage in the final quarter. However, the Golden Eagles prevailed.


Eaton spins away from trouble to top Waynesville 31-21

Trailing after the first quarter, Eaton roared to life in the first quarter of a 31-21 win over Waynesville in an Ohio high school football matchup.

The start wasn't the problem for Waynesville, as it began with a 7-0 edge over Eaton through the end of the first quarter.

Both offenses were stymied without points on either side in the second and third quarters.

A 31-14 scoring edge in the final quarter fueled the Eagles' defeat of the Spartans.


Kings takes the win against Milford (41-7)

The Kings varsity football team won their away conference game against Milford (OH) by a score of 41-7.


Princeton takes a hit by Lakota West

The Princeton varsity football team lost their home conference game against Lakota West (West Chester, OH) by a score of 31-7.

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