SOUTHERN TIER LEAGUE
The South Dayton Hotel remains unbeaten as it took care of Loud Performance Products, 48-14.
Brad Barmore connected with Kai Anderson twice, Nick Jackson twice, Ray Spacht twice and Brian Barmore once for touchdowns. Brad Barmore also connected with Brian Barmore twice, Spacht, Alex Wissman, Josh Forster, and ran in an extra point.
For Loud Performance, Tom Fred and Henry Leeper scored touchdowns. Defensively for The Hotel, Kris Schimek had three sacks, and Jason Howard had one sack.
ASB Affordable Signs prevailed over The Backyard Bar & Grill 24-18.
John Kinder ran for two touchdowns to add to his two passing touchdowns. Kinder connected with Matt Lewis and Kyle Deering for scores.
For The Backyard, Matt Keeler connected with Brandon Chamberlain for two touchdowns, and Keeler also ran for one.
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After Team Phonezone jumped out to an early 14-0 lead, The Body Shop bounced back to win the contest, 29-20.
Billy Lawson hit two deep balls to Jason Matve for touchdowns, one to Richard Allen and one to Allan Jerry. Justin Gumbo had an interception for a touchdown to seal the victory and hold the number two spot.
For Team Phonezone, Tim Johnson hit Ben Osman, Jordan White, and Andy Swanson for touchdowns.
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The Witch Kitchen Red Rockers came from behind to beat Live City, 28-20.
Live City went up early as Jordan Bryan connected with Jay Irwin twice for touchdowns and ran in his own for a score. As the fourth quarter approached, Live City was up 20-7 as Doug Clark ran in a score to help the Red Rockers’ cause. Clark then connected with Neal Smith twice to bring the score back to 20-20. Late in the fourth quarter, Clark broke the tie by hitting Dylan Caldwell. Clark completed the two-point conversion as he connected with Alex Smith.
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The final game on the day The Good Time Saloon Raiders made a last-minute comeback to beat Live City, 21-20.
Gary Kum threw two touchdowns to Stefan Howie and, as time ran out, Kum hit DeAndre Davis for the game winner.
For Live City Jordan Bryan connected with Jay Irwin for two TD passes and Nick Greiner for one.