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Here’s a look at football games in the SBAAC American and National divisions.

LAST WEEK’S GAMES

Bethel-Tate 41 Batavia 0: Alex Manz had another big game – 11-15 passing for 115 yards and three touchdowns to go along with 96 yards rushing and two more scores. Logan Owens was the big dog on offense with 190 yards rushing and a touchdown on 24 attempts. Coming in to the game, he was 34-142 rushing in three games.

Summit Country Day 27 Clermont NE 24: Clermont Northeastern became the first team to score on Summit Country Day this season but the Rockets fell just short.

Goshen 50 Norwood 7: According to the SBAAC website, Goshen did what Goshen does – run the ball. The Warriors averaged 13 yards a rush on 24 attempts. Hunter Slusher had 86 yards and three TDs on just six carries. He also caught a touchdown pass. Trey Mowry had a fumble recovery for a touchdown for Goshen

Talawanda 29 New Richmond 6: Three turnovers and Talawanda’s special teams play doomed the Lions in this one. The Braves had 291 yards while the Lions gained 261, so the offenses weren’t that far apart.

Jackson 56 Western Brown 21: The winless Broncos were no match for the unbeaten Ironmen

Fayetteville Perry 31 Portsmouth Notre Dame 14: The Rockets fell behind 14-0 but rallied big-time with 31 unanswered points.

Hillsboro 14 Williamsburg 9: After taking a 9-0 lead, Williamsburg was unable to hold off Hillsboro in the second half. Loghan Kelley had a big game on the ground — 16-192-1 — but struggling through the air — 2-10-0 for 34 yards. Seth Howard had a sack and fumble recovery on defense for WHS.

THIS WEEK’S GAMES

Friday, September 27, 2019

Minford at East Clinton

New Richmond at Norwood

Batavia at Fayetteville Perry

Blanchester at Goshen

Clinton Massie at Hartley

Hillsboro at Clermont Northeastern

CHCA at Bethel-Tate

Western Brown at Miami Trace

Wilmington at Washington

Williamsburg at Dayton Christian

PLAYOFFS

NOTE: The top four teams in each of Ohio’s 28 regions advance to the post-season.

Batavia: Div IV Region 16, 20th overall

Bethel-Tate: Div IV Region 16, 6th overall

Blanchester: Div V Region 20, 22nd overall

Clermont Northeastern: Div V Region 20, 17th overall

Clinton-Massie: Div IV Region 16, 8th overall

East Clinton: Div V Region 20, 19th overall

Fayetteville: Div VI Region 24, 15th overall

Goshen: Div III Region 12, 15th overall

New Richmond: Div III Region 12, 21st overall

Western Brown: Div III Region 11, 25th overall

Wilmington: Div III Region 11, 20th overall

Williamsburg: Div VI Region 24, 11th overall

LEADERS

NOTE: This is based on information on the SBAAC website. Not all teams submit statistical information to the website, therefore this is not believed to be complete.

PASSING: Alex Manz (BT) 63-111, 851 yards, 10 TD, 6 int; Luke Lytle (NR) 52-87, 462 yards, 4 TD, 5 int; Jared Smith (EC) 19-39, 267 yards, 5 TD, 3 int

RUSHING: Brendan Lamb (CM) 84-705; Cole Joslin (CNE) 62-499; Todd Wedding (EC) 71-377; Logan Owens (BT) 58-322

RECEIVING: Gauge Dunn (BT) 25-398; Dylan Poff (BT) 13-189; Jack McDonough (NR) 9-159; Branson Smith (EC) 10-146

SCORING: Brendan Lamb (CM) 15 TD, 90 Pts; Cole Joslin (CNE) 10 TD, 60 Pts; Luke Lytle (NR) 8 TD, 8 PAT, 56 Pts

SACKS: Dylan Poff (BT) 3.5; Patrick Dotson (EC) 3.0; Chris Custis (WIL) 3.0; Brady Phillips (BL) 3.0; Braxton Green (CM) 3.0

INTERCEPTIONS: Gauge Dunn (BT) 3; Adam Frump (BL) 3; Carter Abbott (BL) 3

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