Highlights of the Arrows 31-0 win.

Week 1 Roundup: Trotwood wins battle of state-tested teams; Northmont, Wayne roll

Defending Division III state champion Trotwood defeated Division II state runner-up Winton Woods 13-3 in a Friday night season-opening thriller.


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After a scoreless first half, Winton Woods got on the board with a field goal in the third quarter but Trotwood struck back with a 41-yard TD run from Kenyon Sneed to take the lead.

Ke’shawn Huguely’s 3-yard scamper with 5:06 to play put the game out of reach for Trotwood.

Huguely ran for 120 yards and threw for 96 more to pace Trotwood. Trotwood’s defense limited Winton Woods to 116 total yards in a Skyline Chili Crosstown Showdown matchup.

Northmont 56, Lima Senior 13: Quarterback Miles Johnson connected with Justin Golson on three touchdown throws as Northmont ran away with 21 unanswered points in the second half. Devin Chattams and Justin Jacobs each added a rushing score for the Bolts.

Wayne 56, Austin-East Magnet 20: Rashad McKee and Devin Nelson racked up two rushing scores apiece to pace Wayne in the big win. Tyler Dorsey, Boogie Walker and Ja’rod Lankford also had TD runs for Wayne.

Miamisburg 49, Northwest 7: Quarterback Tate Vongsy hooked up with Jackson Myers on two touchdown scores, finishing 9-of-14 for 132 yards and three scores to lead ‘Burg. Jon Yerkins, Zion Lewis and Braden Barr each added TD runs and Miamisburg forced three turnovers while holding Northwest to 72 yards of offense.

Troy 43, Belmont 8: Jaydon Culp-Bishop racked up 166 yards on the ground with three touchdowns and Brayden Siler threw for a score and ran in two more to power Troy. 

Harrison 42, Butler 19: Bryant Johnson caught an 82-yard TD pass from Mason Motter but Harrison’s offense proved too much for Butler.

Tecumseh 31, Fairborn 0: David Berner picked up 113 yards on 20 carries with two scores and Gavin Wasson rushed for 84 yards and added three catches for 108 yards and a TD to lead Tecumseh.

Middletown 42, Western Hills 0: Shandon Morris tied the school record for touchdown receptions with four and Jarren Thomas passed for five touchdowns overall to help head coach Don Simpson earn his first victory at Middletown.

Lakota East 42, Walnut Hills 7: Jack Dobrozsi ran in three touchdowns and Sean Church tallied 119 rushing yards with two scores as Lakota East piled up 278 yards on the ground in the win.

West Clermont 14, Hamilton 3: Hamilton struck first with a 26-yard FG but West Clermont rallied with two unanswered touchdown runs. 

Bellbrook 17, Tippecanoe 9: Brendan Labensky threw a pair of touchdowns, one each to Ben Borszcz and Cameron Brittian, to lead Bellbrook. Josh Burritt scored Tippecanoe’s lone TD.

Mariemont 35, Oakwood 24: Jake Sargent’s 80-yard scamper in the fourth quarter gave Oakwood a 24-21 lead but Mariemont rallied with two unanswered touchdowns for the win.

Fenwick 42, Anna 27: Two of Jake Fessler’s three TD runs came in the third quarter to help Fenwick put the game out of reach. Riley Huelskamp had a pair of rushing scores for Anna.

Triad 48, Bradford 12: Triad racked up 352 total yards of offense, including 111 yards passing from Logan McCoy and three TD runs from Dylan Rice. 

Greeneview 49, Arcanum 27: Nick Clevenger ran for 139 yards with four touchdowns and passed for 93 yards more in leading Greeneview. Ian Tamplin and Clay Payton each added a rushing TD. 

Fort Recovery 23, Lehman Catholic 6: Clay Schmitz tossed touchdown passes to Gavin Thobe and Clayton Pearson in the win for FR. 

Coldwater 52, Kenton 27: Quarterback Jake Hemmelgarn led the way for Coldwater with 247 yards and four touchdowns through the air. Mitch Niekamp added a pair of rushing scores.

New Bremen 27, Ben Logan 12: Wyatt Dicke and Zach Bertke each had a rushing TD in the final quarter to help New Bremen seal the victory. 

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