ASHLAND -- Quarterback Declan Rohor tossed four TD passes and rolled up more than 400 yards in total offense while teammate Ethan Hartley contributed in a variety of ways as Ashland dominated Lexington 44-10 on Friday night in an Ohio Cardinal Conference clash.
Rohr threw for more than 350 yards and added 60 yards rushing to keep the Arrows' perfect season intact. Hartley compiled nearly 200 yards total offense and scored as a rusher, receiver, and passer to boost the Arrows to 5-0 overall, 4-0 in the OCC.
Coach Sean Seder's squad roared to a 27-0 second-quarter lead before Lexington scored. Yet the Arrows countered just before intermission to make it 29-7 at the half.
The game turned into a running-clock affair in the second half.
Lexington falls to 0-5, 0-5.
Next week the Arrows travel to West Holmes in an OCC shootout. The Minutemen host Madison in a battle of winless teams.
No points meant no hope for Lexington as it could not cut into its deficit in the second and fourth quarters.
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