Warren County School's Varisty Football Scores for October 7
WARREN COUNTY, OH -- In case you missed or couldn't find your local Warren County Friday Night Football Game score for Oct. 7, 2022, we have them for you. Please let us know if your Warren County Ohio School is missing.
Springboro flies high over Clayton Northmont 41-17
Springboro painted a masterpiece of offensive football all over the canvas of Clayton Northmont's defense for a 41-17 win in the Friday night matchup on October 7.
Brookville takes victory lap past Middletown Madison 49-7
Brookville dismissed Middletown Madison by a 49-7 count.
Brookville drew first blood by forging a 28-0 margin over Middletown Madison after the first quarter.
The Blue Devils fought to a 49-0 halftime margin at the Mohawks' expense.
The tables turned a bit in the third quarter when Middletown Madison got within 49-7.
The scoreboard was in hibernation in the fourth quarter, with neither team scoring.
Xenia makes Riverside Stebbins walk the plank 42-7
Xenia scored early and often to roll over Stebbins 42-7 during this game.
Xenia opened with a 14-7 advantage over Stebbins through the first quarter.
The Buccaneers' offense jumped in front for a 21-7 lead over the Indians at halftime.
Xenia struck to a 35-7 lead heading into the final quarter.
The Buccaneers avoided the brakes and shifted into victory gear via a 7-0 stretch over the fourth quarter.
Bellbrook gives Oakwood the business 49-14
Fireworks are most common on the Fourth of July, but Bellbrook broke out its own form of pyrotechnics during its 49-14 explosion on Oakwood in this high school football matchup.
Bellbrook opened with a 21-0 advantage over Oakwood through the first quarter.
The Golden Eagles opened a colossal 42-0 gap over the Lumberjacks at halftime.
Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through a barren third quarter.
The Lumberjacks enjoyed a 14-7 edge in the final quarter, yet the result was already decided.
Cincinnati Princeton sets quick pace to roar over Middletown 42-14
An early dose of momentum thrust Cincinnati Princeton to a 42-14 runaway past Middletown in an Ohio high school football matchup.
The first quarter gave Princeton a 21-0 lead over Middletown.
The Vikings' offense stormed in front for a 35-7 lead over the Middies at halftime.
Both teams were shutout in the third quarter.
Neither team could gain any advantage in the fourth quarter.
Mason dismantles Cincinnati Sycamore in convincing manner 38-13
Mason earned a convincing 38-13 win over Sycamore on the field Friday night.
Loveland emerges from hole to defeat Morrow Little Miami 29-7
Loveland rallied from behind to knock off Morrow Little Miami for a 29-7 verdict in this Ohio high school football matchup.
The start wasn't the problem for Little Miami, as it began with a 7-0 edge over Loveland through the end of the first quarter.
The Tigers kept a 13-7 halftime margin at the Panthers' expense.
Loveland pulled to a 29-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
Neither squad scored in the final quarter.
Kings Mill Kings snatches victory over Lebanon 14-10
Kings Mill Kings topped Lebanon 14-10 in a tough tilt on October 7 in Ohio football.
The Knights registered a 7-3 advantage at intermission over the Warriors.
Neither defense permitted points in the first and third quarters.
Neither team could gain any advantage in the final quarter.
Monroe controls the action and Waynesville 34-7
Impressive was a ready adjective for Monroe's 34-7 throttling of Waynesville on the field Friday night
Monroe jumped in front of Waynesville 13-7 to begin the second quarter.
The Hornets opened a narrow 21-7 gap over the Spartans at halftime.
Monroe jumped to a 28-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
The Hornets held on with a 6-0 scoring edge in the final quarter.
Mt. Orab Western Brown triggers avalanche over Goshen 52-7
Mt. Orab Western Brown controlled the action to earn an impressive 52-7 win against Goshen.
Mt. Orab Western Brown pulled in front of Goshen 34-0 to begin the second quarter.
Defense ruled the second quarter as the Broncos and the Warriors were both scoreless.
Mt. Orab Western Brown pulled to a 46-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
The clock was the only thing that stopped the Broncos, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 6-0 final quarter, too.
Franklin Bishop Fenwick exerts defensive dominance to doom Kettering Alter 10-0
No scoring allowed. That was the mantra Franklin Bishop Fenwick followed in snuffing Kettering Alter's offense 10-0 in Ohio high school football action on October 7.
The first quarter gave Franklin Bishop Fenwick a 7-0 lead over Kettering Alter.
Defense ruled the second and third quarters as Franklin Bishop Fenwick and Kettering Alter were both scoreless.
The Falcons got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 3-0 edge.
Germantown Valley View produces precision performance against Franklin 31-6
Germantown Valley View delivered all the smoke to disorient Franklin and flew away with a 31-6 win during this football game.
Germantown Valley View drew first blood by forging a 7-0 margin over Franklin after the first quarter.
The Spartans fought to a 14-0 intermission margin at the Wildcats' expense.
Germantown Valley View roared to a 31-6 lead heading into the final quarter.
The scoreboard was in hibernation in the final quarter, with neither team scoring.
Defensive dominance: Eaton stymies Carlisle 21-0
Eaton's impenetrable defense prompted a 21-0 blanking of Carlisle in an Ohio high school football matchup.
The Eagles registered a 14-0 advantage at intermission over the Indians.
Eaton jumped to a 21-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first and fourth quarters.
Powerhouse performance: Blanchester roars to big win over Bethel-Tate 45-20
Blanchester earned its community's accolades after a 45-20 win over Bethel-Tate in an Ohio high school football matchup on October 7.
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