Two weeks in, the Fairmont High School football team has topped last year’s win total with a 22-6 win over Hamilton on a frigid, damp Friday.
The Firebirds are 2-0 after going 1-9 in 2016, the first season for coach Dave Miller.
WEEK 2: High School Football Scores
Northmont held off Fairfield, thanks to the Thunderbolts getting a late turnover.
Franklin poured on the points and notched its second win with a 49-21 victory over Edgewood.
Springboro was too much for Middletown;
Tippecanoe was too much for Shawnee
Belmont shut out Fenwick in the rain.
Centerville 42, Lakota West 21: Special teams came up big in the first half, with Donovan Shelton returning a punt and a kickoff for a score and Riley Poulton adding an 11-yard punt return for a TD.
Alec Grandin went 8-of-14 with 120 yards passing including a 26-yard strike to Poulton for a TD. Grandin added a rushing score to his totals.
David Afari tallied 18 carries for 106 yards and a score to lead West.
Centerville improved to 2-0; Lakota West fell to 0-2.
Trotwood 42, Piqua 35: Raveion Hargrove poured in 205 yards rushing on 27 carries with four scores to pace Trotwood in a back-and-forth thriller. Austin Davis went 20-of-31 with 284 yards passing in a losing effort for Piqua.
Wayne 17, Olentangy Liberty 0: Rashad McKee completed 24-of-38 passes for 228 yards, including a late 18-yard TD strike to Austin Mullins to seal the win for Wayne.
Vandalia 42, Tecumseh 0: Bryant Johnson caught a pair of TD passes from Mason Motter and Logan Flatt tacked on two rushing scores for Vandalia.
Lebanon 21, Loveland 14: Kyle Short threw for a touchdown, ran in another and Brendan Lamb added a one-yard scamper to lead Lebanon. Short finished 10-of-22 with 129 yards passing.
Miamisburg 48, Chaminade Julienne 25: Tate Vongsy tossed three touchdowns and Tony Clark ran for 131 yards with two touchdowns to lead ‘Burg. Ryan Peltier had a rushing and throwing TD to carry CJ.
Sidney 42, Bellefontaine 33: Isaiah Bowser surpassed the 3,000 rushing yard mark for his career in the win for Sidney.
West Carrollton 41, Northridge 6: Tommar Coles, Jordan Joseph and and Tristan Dillan each had a pair of touchdowns to pace WC.
Lakota East 34, Kings 27: Jack Dobrozsi poured in 217 yards on 37 carries with five touchdowns as East pulled away from a tie game at the half.
Badin 46, Talawanda 0: Lavassa Martin had 19 carries for 169 yards and three TDs to lead Badin and Davon Hartmann-Starks tacked on a rushing and receiving score.
Valley View 24, Fort Recovery 21: Logan Hannah, Collin Wood and Max Shuey each had a rushing TD as Valley View held off a Fort Recovery rally. Will Homan had 135 yards rushing and three scores for FR.
Oakwood 31, Milton Union 21: Brian Erbe tossed two touchdowns and Mauricio Herringer added a game-sealing 37-yard interception return for a score to lead Oakwood.
Clinton-Massie 24, Coldwater 14: Massie limited Coldwater to 11 yards on 15 plays in the first half, holding on for a statement win in a matchup of perennial powerhouses.
Urbana 27, Stebbins 24: Urbana had a goal-line interception with 19 seconds to play to pull off the rally win.
Northwestern 21, Northeastern 18: Chris Hart threw for 136 yards and two scores and Eli Berner added a rushing score as NW held off a late NE rally.
West Liberty-Salem 52, Ben Logan 22: Trevor Woodruff went 8-of-9 passing with three touchdowns for WLS. Derek Coy tossed two TDs for Ben Logan.
Greeneview 35, Waynesville 7: Greeneview piled up 425 yards on the ground, with Nick Clevenger gaining 123 yards and Griffin Mangan 140. Both tallied two touchdowns.
National Trail 15, Arcanum 10: Peyton Lane and Evan Short each ran in a fourth-quarter score to help ‘Trail win in rally fashion.
Dixie 41, Tri-Village 19: C.J. Clark ran in three scores as Dixie pulled ahead early and held on for the win.
Anna 49, Brookville 12: Travis Meyer tossed two touchdowns and ran for a third to lead Anna. Bailey Wallen scored twice for Brookville.
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