The Falcons dominated Cardinal Mooney 49 to 7 on Friday, October 26 to clinch a berth in the Division I playoffs.
WEST BRANCH WARRIORS
The Warriors upset Marlington 35 to 14 on Friday, October 19. Marlington was ranked by the Associated Press as #1 Division III team in the state. The Dukes were also the #1 team in their computer ratings region at the time.
The Rockets upset Columbiana 20 to 8 to hand the Clippers their first I.T.C.L. loss and knock them out of a tie for first place in the league'sLower Tier on Friday, October 12.
Hubbard handing Niles McKinley its first loss of the season, 43-14 on Friday, October 5.
The Leopards remained unbeaten in the National Division of the All-American Conference and boosted their record to 5-1 overall with a 44-19 victory at Campbell Memorial on Friday, September 28
The Warriors won their showdown of unbeaten teams with Warren J.F.K. by shutting out the normally high scoring Eagles 35 to 0 on Friday, September 21.
The Spartans upset the state's 7th ranked Division I team,
Canton GlenOak, 35-28 to open Federal League play
on Friday, September 14
WARREN HARDING RAIDERS
The Raiders won their home opener and second straight under Coach Steve Arnold with a solid come-from-behind 28-20 decision over Cardinal Mooney on Saturday, September 8.
The Wildcats boosted their record to 2-0 under new coach Kurt Koonce with an impressive 32-14 victory at Lakeview on Friday, August 31
NILES RED DRAGONS
The Dragons knocked off traditionally powerful rival Girard 34-13 in the debut of Head Coach Brian Shaner on Thursday, August 23.
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