ASHLAND COUNTY — Here’s your weekly regional high school football wrap-up from all over north central Ohio. Look to Ashland Source for sports results from Richland, Ashland, Crawford, Huron, Marion, and Knox counties. For feature coverage from this week, check out our sports section.

Ashland delivers heart-wrenching defeat to Wooster 26-21

A win is a win, even if it comes by a narrow margin. That was the result as Ashland defeated Wooster 26-21 in an Ohio high school football matchup on October 14.

Neither team dominated early as the two squads struggled evenly to a 7-7 tie through the first quarter.

The Arrows registered a 20-7 advantage at intermission over the Generals.

Wooster showed its teeth in the third quarter by rallying to within 20-14.

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

Beginning was the end: Ashland Mapleton opens an early gap to jar Monroeville 53-29

Ashland Mapleton lit up the scoreboard from the start in a 53-29 win over Monroeville during this Ohio football game.

Ashland Mapleton moved in front of Monroeville 22-7 to begin the second quarter.

The Mounties registered a 38-14 advantage at intermission over the Eagles.

Monroeville showed its teeth in the third quarter by rallying to within 38-22.

The Mounties avoided the brakes and shifted into victory gear via a 15-7 stretch over the final quarter.

West Salem Northwestern snatches victory over Jeromesville Hillsdale 17-12

West Salem Northwestern derailed Jeromesville Hillsdale’s hopes after a 17-12 verdict during this Ohio football game.

West Salem Northwestern opened with a 7-0 advantage over Jeromesville Hillsdale through the first quarter.

The Huskies’ offense darted in front for a 14-0 lead over the Falcons at the intermission.

Jeromesville Hillsdale showed its spirit while rallying to within 17-6 in the third quarter.

The Falcons narrowed the gap 6-0 in the final quarter but it was too little, too late.

Loudonville soars over Howard East Knox 49-8

Loudonville’s all-around dominance took the form of a rollercoaster and rolled downhill on Howard East Knox during a 49-8 blowout in Ohio high school football on October 14.

Down but not out: Dalton beats back Creston Norwayne 41-16

Dalton fell behind but rebounded in the first quarter of a 41-16 win over Creston Norwayne on October 14 in Ohio football.

The start wasn’t the problem for Creston Norwayne, as it began with a 13-7 edge over Dalton through the end of the first quarter.

The Bobcats took a 16-14 lead over the Bulldogs heading to the halftime locker room.

Dalton broke in front at the beginning of the final quarter with a 34-16 lead over Creston Norwayne.

The clock was the only thing that stopped the Bulldogs, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 7-0 final quarter, too.

Sullivan Black River’s convoy passes Oberlin Firelands 42-28

Sullivan Black River dumped Oberlin Firelands 42-28 in Ohio high school football action on October 14.

The first quarter gave Sullivan Black River a 14-7 lead over Oberlin Firelands.

A halftime tie at 14-14 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Sullivan Black River and Oberlin Firelands were engaged in a narrow affair at 28-21 as the final quarter started.

The Pirates got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 14-7 edge.

Collins Western Reserve triumphs in strong showing over Greenwich South Central 42-12

Collins Western Reserve left no doubt on Friday, controlling Greenwich South Central from start to finish for a 42-12 victory at Collins Western Reserve High on October 14 in Ohio football action.

Collins Western Reserve darted in front of Greenwich South Central 7-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Roughriders registered a 21-6 advantage at halftime over the Trojans.

Collins Western Reserve steamrolled to a 35-12 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Roughriders’ train of momentum chugged along the final-quarter tracks with a 7-0 points differential.

Zoom: Bellville Clear Fork leaves Shelby in its wake 61-19

Bellville Clear Fork played the role of Thor, dropping its hammer on Shelby during a 61-19 beating in an Ohio high school football matchup.

Bellville Clear Fork jumped in front of Shelby 13-6 to begin the second quarter.

The Colts fought to a 34-12 intermission margin at the Whippets’ expense.

Bellville Clear Fork stormed to a 54-19 lead heading into the final quarter.

The clock was the only thing that stopped the Colts, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 7-0 fourth quarter, too.

Ontario paints near-perfect picture in win over Marion Harding 38-6

Ontario painted a masterpiece of offensive football all over the canvas of Marion Harding’s defense for a 38-6 win in an Ohio high school football matchup.

Ontario drew first blood by forging a 28-0 margin over Marion Harding after the first quarter.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the second quarter.

Ontario charged to a 38-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Presidents rallied with a 6-0 advantage in the fourth quarter. However, the Warriors prevailed.

Lexington collects victory over Mansfield Madison Comprehensive 28-10

Lexington put together a victorious gameplan to stop Mansfield Madison Comprehensive 28-10 in Ohio high school football on October 14.

The first quarter gave Lexington a 14-3 lead over Mansfield Madison Comprehensive.

Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the second and third quarters, with no one scoring.

Conditioning showed as the Minutemen outscored the Rams 14-7 in the final quarter.

Clean sheet: Mansfield doesn’t allow Mt. Vernon a point 35-0

Defense dominated as Mansfield pitched a 35-0 shutout of Mt. Vernon for an Ohio high school football victory on October 14.

Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through a barren first quarter.

The Tygers registered a 14-0 advantage at halftime over the Yellow Jackets.

Mansfield struck to a 21-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Tygers hummed like a well-oiled machine through the final quarter, extending the lead with a 14-0 advantage in the frame.

McComb hits passing gear early to lap Plymouth 55-7

McComb controlled the scoreboard and the game in a strong 55-7 victory over Plymouth in an Ohio high school football matchup on October 14.

McComb opened with a 21-0 advantage over Plymouth through the first quarter.

The Panthers registered a 35-0 advantage at halftime over the Big Red.

McComb steamrolled to a 42-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Panthers’ train of momentum chugged along the fourth-quarter tracks with a 13-7 points differential.

Lucas can’t hang with Fort Loramie 34-17

Lucas was solid, but not good enough, on Friday, as Fort Loramie prevailed 34-17 on October 14 in Ohio football action.

Fort Loramie moved in front of Lucas 13-7 to begin the second quarter.

The Redskins registered a 20-14 advantage at intermission over the Cubs.

Lucas showed its teeth in the third quarter by rallying to within 20-17.

The Redskins’ train of momentum chugged along the final-quarter tracks with a 14-0 points differential.

Medina scores fast, scores a lot to dismiss Lorain 55-13

Medina’s fast beginning disarmed Lorain, and it was a tell-tale element in Friday’s 55-13 decision in an Ohio high school football matchup on October 14.

Medina roared in front of Lorain 28-7 to begin the second quarter.

The Battling Bees fought to a 41-7 intermission margin at the Titans’ expense.

Medina thundered to a 55-7 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Battling Bees chalked up this decision in spite of the Titans’ spirited fourth-quarter performance.

Lodi Cloverleaf smashes through Akron Coventry 49-14

Everybody wants to rule the world or the scoreboard. Lodi Cloverleaf did exactly that with a 49-14 win against Akron Coventry in an Ohio high school football matchup.

Lodi Cloverleaf opened with a 7-0 advantage over Akron Coventry through the first quarter.

The Colts opened an immense 28-0 gap over the Comets at halftime.

Lodi Cloverleaf roared to a 49-14 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

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

Parma Heights Holy Name tacks win on Medina Buckeye 35-6

Sure, Da Vinci could’ve painted Mona Lisa’s smile a bit brighter. But why tamper with near-perfection? The same could be said with Parma Heights Holy Name’s performance in a 35-6 destruction of Medina Buckeye for an Ohio high school football victory on October 14.

Parma Heights Holy Name drew first blood by forging a 7-0 margin over Medina Buckeye after the first quarter.

The Green Wave registered a 35-0 advantage at halftime over the Bucks.

Offense was nothing but a rumor in the third quarter, as neither squad scored.

The Green Wave chalked up this decision in spite of the Bucks’ spirited final-quarter performance.

Navarre Fairless wastes no time or effort in making quick work of Wooster Triway 42-21

Navarre Fairless stormed to the lead and never relinquished it to score a 42-21 victory over Wooster Triway during this Ohio football game.

The first quarter gave Navarre Fairless a 21-0 lead over Wooster Triway.

The Falcons registered a 35-0 advantage at halftime over the Titans.

Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the third quarter, with no one scoring.

The Titans outpointed the Falcons 21-7 in the fourth quarter, but it was not enough to close the gap.

Smithville baffles Rittman 52-0

Smithville played judge, jury and executioner in ruling a 52-0 verdict over Rittman on October 14 in Ohio football action.

Smithville opened with a 14-0 advantage over Rittman through the first quarter.

The Smithies fought to a 31-0 halftime margin at the Indians’ expense.

Smithville breathed fire to a 52-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

Neither squad scored in the fourth quarter.

Big start becomes big finish as Medina Highland bowls over Aurora 30-3

Medina Highland grabbed the early lead and never gave it up in cruising to a 30-3 win over Aurora.

Medina Highland jumped in front of Aurora 17-3 to begin the second quarter.

Medina Highland pulled to a 30-3 lead heading into the final quarter.

Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the second and fourth quarters, with no one scoring.

Orrville pockets slim win over Canton South 38-35

Orrville edged Canton South 38-35 in a close encounter of the athletic kind at Orrville High on October 14 in Ohio football action.

Neither side could break ahead as the two teams began in a tense 7-7 duel in the first quarter.

An intermission tie at 21-21 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Orrville darted ahead of Canton South 28-21 as the fourth quarter started.

The Red Riders’ advantage was wide enough to weather the Wildcats’ 14-10 margin in the final quarter.

North Royalton casts spell on Wadsworth 22-21

North Royalton edged Wadsworth 22-21 in a close encounter of the athletic kind in Ohio high school football action on October 14.

North Royalton drew first blood by forging a 10-7 margin over Wadsworth after the first quarter.

The Grizzlies came from behind to grab the advantage 14-13 at intermission over the Bears.

North Royalton broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 22-21 lead over Wadsworth.

Neither squad scored in the fourth quarter.

Millersburg West Holmes wastes no time or effort in making quick work of New Philadelphia 60-7

Millersburg West Holmes controlled the scoreboard and the game in a strong 60-7 victory over New Philadelphia on October 14 in Ohio football action.

Millersburg West Holmes opened with a 15-0 advantage over New Philadelphia through the first quarter.

The Knights fought to a 39-7 halftime margin at the Quakers’ expense.

Millersburg West Holmes charged to a 46-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Conditioning showed as the Knights outscored the Quakers 14-0 in the final quarter.

Apple Creek Waynedale thumps Doylestown Chippewa in punishing decision 27-6

Apple Creek Waynedale flexed its muscle and floored Doylestown Chippewa 27-6 for an Ohio high school football victory on October 14.

The first quarter gave Apple Creek Waynedale a 10-0 lead over Doylestown Chippewa.

Offense was nothing but a rumor in the second quarter, as neither squad scored.

Apple Creek Waynedale jumped to a 17-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Golden Bears held on with a 10-6 scoring edge in the fourth quarter.

Powerhouse performance: Tallmadge roars to big win over Copley 63-28

Tallmadge earned its community’s accolades after a 63-28 win over Copley in an Ohio high school football matchup.

Norton takes down Mogadore Field 38-7

Norton dominated from start to finish in an imposing 38-7 win over Mogadore Field in an Ohio high school football matchup on October 14.

Streetsboro dominates early, rolls past Akron Springfield 56-6

A swift beginning blazed a winning path for Streetsboro during a 56-6 win over Akron Springfield in an Ohio high school football matchup.

Streetsboro drew first blood by forging a 28-0 margin over Akron Springfield after the first quarter.

The Rockets fought to a 35-0 intermission margin at the Spartans’ expense.

Streetsboro charged to a 42-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Conditioning showed as the Rockets outscored the Spartans 14-6 in the final quarter.

Akron St. Vincent – St. Mary delivers smashing punch to stump Cleveland Heights 49-21

Impressive was a ready adjective for Akron St. Vincent – St. Mary’s 49-21 throttling of Cleveland Heights in an Ohio high school football matchup on October 14.

The two teams dueled to an even start, with Akron St. Vincent – St. Mary and Cleveland Heights settling for a 7-7 first-quarter knot.

The Fighting Irish registered a 21-7 advantage at halftime over the Tigers.

Akron St. Vincent – St. Mary jumped to a 35-13 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Fighting Irish hummed like a well-oiled machine through the final quarter, extending the lead with a 14-8 advantage in the frame.

Clean sheet: Akron Hoban doesn’t allow Cleveland Benedictine a point 48-0

Akron Hoban sent Cleveland Benedictine home scoreless via a dominating defense in a 48-0 decision at Cleveland Benedictine High on October 14 in Ohio football action.

Massillon Tuslaw can’t hang with Cuyahoga Falls Cuyahoga Valley Christian 35-20

Cuyahoga Falls Cuyahoga Valley Christian pushed past Massillon Tuslaw for a 35-20 win in Ohio high school football action on October 14.

Both teams were shutout in the first and second quarters.

Cuyahoga Falls Cuyahoga Valley Christian and Massillon Tuslaw were engaged in a modest affair at 21-7 as the fourth quarter started.

The Royals hummed like a well-oiled machine through the fourth quarter, extending the lead with a 14-13 advantage in the frame.

Storm warning: Barberton rains down on Cuyahoga Falls 40-13

Everybody wants to rule the world or the scoreboard. Barberton did exactly that with a 40-13 win against Cuyahoga Falls during this Ohio football game.

Uniontown Lake pours it on Massillon Perry 35-7

Uniontown Lake showed little mercy and even less remorse in overpowering Massillon Perry 35-7 on October 14 in Ohio football action.

Uniontown Lake opened with a 14-0 advantage over Massillon Perry through the first quarter.

The Blue Streaks registered a 21-0 advantage at halftime over the Panthers.

Uniontown Lake steamrolled to a 28-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Neither team could gain any advantage in the final quarter.

Massillon Jackson dodges a bullet in win over Canton Central Catholic 21-14

Massillon Jackson showed its poise to outlast a game Canton Central Catholic squad for a 21-14 victory in Ohio high school football action on October 14.

Canton Central Catholic authored a promising start, taking a 7-0 advantage over Massillon Jackson at the end of the first quarter.

Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the second quarter, with no one scoring.

Massillon Jackson broke in front at the beginning of the final quarter with a 14-7 lead over Canton Central Catholic.

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

Canton McKinley drums Canton GlenOak with resounding beat 40-7

Canton McKinley earned its community’s accolades after a 40-7 win over Canton GlenOak in Ohio high school football on October 14.

Canton McKinley opened with a 24-7 advantage over Canton GlenOak through the first quarter.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the second quarter.

Canton McKinley steamrolled to a 30-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Bulldogs hummed like a well-oiled machine through the fourth quarter, extending the lead with a 10-0 advantage in the frame.

Mogadore engulfs Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas in point barrage 40-18

Mogadore offered a menacingly balanced approach while handling Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas during this 40-18 victory during this Ohio football game.

North Canton Hoover takes victory lap past Uniontown Green 50-20

North Canton Hoover lit up the scoreboard on October 14 to propel past Uniontown Green for a 50-20 victory at North Canton Hoover High on October 14 in Ohio football action

North Canton Hoover moved in front of Uniontown Green 14-13 to begin the second quarter.

The Vikings opened a meager 28-13 gap over the Bulldogs at halftime.

North Canton Hoover jumped to a 43-20 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Vikings held on with a 7-0 scoring edge in the fourth quarter.

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