Friday Night Football Game Scores for September 23, 2022
WARREN COUNTY, OH -- In case you missed or couldn't find your local Warren County Friday Night Football Game score for Sept., 23, 2022, hope this helps. Please let us know if your Warren County Ohio School is missing.
Warren County Kings Mills #9 in Ohio Football Rankings after Friday's Win
The Knights won their game away at West Clermont 34 to 14.
Tipp City Tippecanoe pays the price for Xenia's fast start 27-22
Tipp City Tippecanoe could not climb the hill of an early deficit as Xenia held on to win a 27-22 tilt on September 23 in Ohio football action.
Xenia moved in front of Tipp City Tippecanoe 20-7 to begin the second quarter.
Offense was nothing but a rumor in the second quarter, as neither squad scored.
Tipp City Tippecanoe took the lead 22-20 to start the fourth quarter.
The Buccaneers rebounded from a late deficit, outscoring the Red Devils 7-0 in the last stanza for the victory.
Bishop Fenwick hustles by Dayton Chaminade-Julienne 24-7
Bishop Fenwick collected a solid win over Dayton Chaminade-Julienne in a 24-7 verdict in Ohio high school football action on September 23.
Tough to find an edge early, Bishop Fenwick and Chaminade-Julienne fashioned a 7-7 stalemate through the first quarter.
Neither defense permitted points in the second quarter.
Fenwick jumped over Chaminade-Julienne 17-7 heading to the fourth quarter.
There was no room for doubt as the Falcons added to their advantage with a 7-0 margin in the closing period.
Explosive start keys Franklin's resounding romp over Dayton Oakwood 27-14
Speedy Gonzales wasn't as quick to start as Franklin, which shifted into high gear in a hurry to take control of Oakwood 27-14 at Oakwood High on September 23 in Ohio football action.
Franklin opened with a 13-0 advantage over Oakwood through the first quarter.
Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the second quarter.
Oakwood fought back in the third quarter to make it 21-14.
Conditioning showed as the Wildcats outscored the Lumberjacks 6-0 in the final quarter.
Loveland shuts off the power on Cincinnati Walnut Hills 45-7
Loveland showed no mercy to Walnut Hills, leading from end-to-end in an authoritative 45-7 victory at Walnut Hills on September 23 in Ohio football action.
The Tigers' offense pulled in front for a 24-7 lead over the Eagles at the intermission.
Neither defense permitted points in the first and third quarters.
There was no room for doubt as the Tigers added to their advantage with a 21-0 margin in the closing period.
Middletown slips past Cincinnati Sycamore 28-24
Middletown surfed the tension to ride to a 28-24 win over Cincinnati Sycamore during this Ohio football game.
Cincinnati Sycamore authored a promising start, taking a 3-0 advantage over Middletown at the end of the first quarter.
The Middies' offense jumped in front for a 7-3 lead over the Aviators at halftime.
Both teams scored evenly in the third quarter to make it 14-10.
The gap remained steady with both teams scoring evenly in the fourth quarter.
Milford flies high over Little Miami 42-17
Milford raced to a big lead and never looked back in a 42-17 win over Little Miami in Ohio high school football on September 23.
Milford pulled in front of Little Miami 28-10 to begin the second quarter.
Defense ruled the second quarter as the Eagles and the Panthers were both scoreless.
Milford and Little Miami each scored in the third quarter.
The Eagles hummed like a well-oiled machine through the final quarter, extending the lead with a 7-0 advantage in the frame.
No pain, no gain: Mason overcomes Liberty Township Lakota East 21-6
Mason charged Liberty Township Lakota East and collected a 21-6 victory at Liberty Township Lakota East High on September 23 in Ohio football action.
Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first quarter.
The Comets fought to a 7-0 halftime margin at the Thunderhawks' expense.
Mason darted to a 14-0 lead heading into the final quarter.
The Comets' train of momentum chugged along the fourth-quarter tracks with a 7-6 points differential.
Lebanon gives Cincinnati Turpin the business 45-14
Lebanon flexed its muscle and floored Cincinnati Turpin 45-14 on September 23 in Ohio football.
Lebanon darted in front of Cincinnati Turpin 13-7 to begin the second quarter.
The Warriors' offense charged in front for a 35-7 lead over the Spartans at halftime.
Lebanon breathed fire to a 42-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
The Warriors maintained the upper hand despite being outscored 7-3 in the fourth quarter.
Monroe passes stress test against Carlisle 32-14
Playing with a winning hand, Monroe trumped Carlisle 32-14 in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 23.
Monroe opened with a 6-0 advantage over Carlisle through the first quarter.
The Hornets opened a close 18-8 gap over the Indians at the intermission.
Monroe jumped to a 25-14 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
The Hornets got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 7-0 edge.
Score no more: Clarksville Clinton-Massie's defense is flawless in stopping Goshen 42-0
It was a quiet night for the scoreboard operators on one side, where the digit never moved in Clarksville Clinton-Massie's 42-0 blanking of Goshen in an Ohio high school football matchup on September 23.
Clarksville Clinton-Massie opened with a 14-0 advantage over Goshen through the first quarter.
The Falcons registered a 35-0 advantage at intermission over the Warriors.
Clarksville Clinton-Massie steamrolled to a 42-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
The scoreboard was in hibernation in the final quarter, with neither team scoring.
Convincing fashion: Blanchester handles Batavia Clermont Northeastern 45-21
Blanchester left no doubt of its superiority in polishing off Batavia Clermont Northeastern 45-21 in Ohio high school football on September 23.
Springboro wins tense tussle with Centerville 21-17
With little to no wiggle room, Springboro nosed past Centerville 21-17 for an Ohio high school football victory on September 23.
Bellbrook storms back to knock off Waynesville 43-29
Waynesville's advantage forced Bellbrook to dig down, but it did to earn a 43-29 win Friday in Ohio high school football action on September 23.
Waynesville authored a promising start, taking a 21-10 advantage over Bellbrook at the end of the first quarter.
Both teams were shutout in the second quarter.
Bellbrook broke in front at the beginning of the final quarter with a 36-22 lead over Waynesville.
The gap remained steady with both teams scoring evenly in the final quarter.
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