1. You probably didn’t miss this, but it’s worth repeating: Wayne beat Moeller for the third straight time. This victory might serve as the coming out party for a new Warriors quarterback. Rashad McKee completed 16 of 25 passes for 246 yards and three touchdowns. He also ran for 33 yards as the Warriors won 35-17.
2. Centerville got into the win column as quarterback Colin DeBord ran for 217 yards on 19 carries (11.4-yard average) and scored three touchdowns. He also threw for 30 yards in a 52-35 win over Lakota West.
3. First-year starter Brody Mahle had over 300 total yards (259 passing, 42 rushing) and threw for three touchdowns as Springboro beat Middletown 45-27. Zach Maloney threw for 310 yards and three TDs in defeat for the Middies, but he was intercepted four times.
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4. Mason Motter rescued Vandalia Butler, coming off the bench to guide the Aviators to a 24-7 victory over Tecumseh after starting quarterback Tyler Burley suffered a broken collarbone. Motter threw for 140 yards and ran for a touchdown.
5. Hayden Kotwica threw for 257 yards and ran for another 91 as Troy improved to 2-0 with a 31-14 win over Northwest. Kotwica ran for a touchdown and threw for another.
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6. In Springfield, Catholic Central is 2-0 for the first time in nearly a decade after outscoring its first two opponents 51-18. The Fighting Irish beat Graham last weekend as Thomas Kavanagh ran for 162 yards and two touchdowns and gained another 61 yards receiving.
7. Along those same lines, Hamilton is 2-0 for the first time since 2008 after Eric Jackson threw for 130 yards and ran for 122 more in a 35-28 win over Fairmont. Jackson had a touchdown passing and another rushing for the Big Blue.
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