Mother Nature was the big winner in Week 2.
Several games across Southwest Ohio were postponed to today because of lightning.
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Below is a wrap-up of the games that did finish Friday night/early Saturday morning.
Coldwater 31, Clinton-Massie 28: Jake Hemmelgarn threw for 252 yards and three touchdowns as Coldwater came away with a win in a game that finished after midnight due to weather delays.
Lebanon 15, Loveland 13: Kicker Billy Crago connected on five field goals, including the go-ahead score with 2:07 to play in the fourth quarter, to lead Lebanon. Blake Lamb hauled in an interception and Adam Creech and Noah Schneider each had fumble recoveries to aid the Lebanon defense.
Wayne 42, COF Academy 6: Devin Nelson recorded two touchdown runs, and Ja’rod Lankford and Boogie Walker added a rushing score apiece.
Piqua 26, Lima Senior 6: Micah Karn rushed for two touchdowns and passed for a third as Piqua pulled away in the fourth quarter. Karn finished with 108 yards on the ground and 65 through the air.
Tippecanoe 38, Spg. Shawnee 7: Josh Burritt had a rushing and a receiving touchdown and Ben Sauls added a 56-yard scamper for a score to lead Tipp. Robie Glass ran in the lone score for Shawnee, which was held to 101 yards of total offense.
Chicago Simeon Career Academy 33, Trotwood-Madison 6: Kenyon Sneed had Trotwood’s only touchdown on a 2-yard run in the third quarter. Three turnovers plagued the Trotwood offense, which only picked up 56 yards on the ground in the loss.
Greenville 49, Stebbins 19: Landon Eldridge racked up 181 yards rushing and four touchdowns to pace Greenville on the ground. Tyler Beyke added 102 yards through the air and two passing scores. Austin Womack threw for a pair of touchdowns for Stebbins.
Miamisburg 24, Olentangy 14: Quarterback Tate Vongsy finished 11-of-19 for 186 yards and two touchdowns and defensively Miamisburg forced a pair of turnovers and six sacks.
Carroll 25, Beavercreek 24: Fred Butts reached the endzone on a 3-yard scamper late in the fourth to help Carroll rally from an 18-7 deficit at the half. Butts finished with 84 yards on the ground and two touchdowns and Trent Fox added a rushing score. Sabastian Rendon had 147 yards on the ground with three TDs for ‘Creek.
Fenwick 30, Belmont 16: Jack Fessler had a pair of rushing touchdowns in the second half and R.J. Clesceri turned a short route pass into a long TD to help Fenwick take control.
Milton-Union 14, Oakwood 6: Aaron Stone caught a 15-yard TD from Nathan Brumbaugh to open the scoring from MU and Jake Swafford added on a 2-yard TD run. Josh Amongero had the lone rushing score for Oakwood.
Bellbrook 42, Fairborn 0: Brendan Labensky passed for 138 yards and two touchdowns, Justin Sloan ran in another two scores and Bellbrook held Fairborn to 143 yards of offense.
Madison 46, Reading 0: Evan Crim and Gabe Higgs each had a pair of touchdowns and Justin Gray and Jake Phelps added one rushing TD apiece.
Preble Shawnee 30, Twin Valley South 15: Ben Hobbs tallied two rushing touchdowns, Austin Tutt added a rushing score and Bryce Singleton caught a 10-yard TD throw from Jake Green to pace Preble. Cade Cottingim threw for a TD and added a rushing score for TVS.
Ben Logan 30, West Liberty-Salem 29: WLS took the lead early in the fourth with a 34-yard field goal from Ethan Cole and Jace Wade gave WLS a two-score lead with an interception return for a TD, but Ben Logan crawled to within a point with a Cole Jones TD pass and then picked up a safety with 2:04 to play to move ahead.
Mechanicsburg 42, Riverside 0: Logan Hurst connected with Keith Bebout on a 69-yard TD pass to put the Indians on the board. Hurst added on a pair of rushing scores Joey Mascadri also ran in two touchdowns.
Troy Christian 42, Bradford 0: Caleb Twiss hooked up with Brady Clawson on two long TD passes, 55 and 49 yards, and Nathan Waltz added a 63-yard rushing TD.
National Trail 6, Arcanum 3: Evynn Short connected with Clay Stiner on a 6-yard TD for the go-ahead score in the third quarter and National Trail recovered a fumble with 56 seconds to play to secure the win.
Marion Local 42, Patrick Henry 7: Brandon Fleck ran in a trio of touchdowns and Kyle Francis added on a 76-yard kickoff return for a score to lead Local.
New Bremen 48, Mississinawa Valley 8: Nolan Bornhorst threw for three of his four touchdowns in the first quarter to help New Bremen stake an early lead. Trent Collins had a 45-yard TD pass to Will Hall for the lone MV score.