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THE SCORE: Bishop Luers wins on last-second field goal, Snider bounces back

Carter Drake’s 29 yard field goal as time expired gave Bishop Luers a 38-36 win over Homestead in the top high school football game of Week 4.  Jordan Presley ran for 119 yards and two touchdowns for the Knights, while Jake Archbold ran for 126 yards and two scores for the Spartans

Anyis Lockett had 131 yards on the ground with two touchdowns to pace Snider’s 37-7 win over Concordia.  Jon Barnes, Lenny Bennett, and Jasuan Lambert also found the end zone for the Panthers.

Dwenger has the lead in the Summit Athletic Conference to itself with the Saints’ 47-20 win over South Side.

Brandan Young and Craig Young hooked up on a pair of 54 yard touchdown passes to spark Wayne’s 41-40 win over Northrop.  Davieun Berry and Jeremiah Green each scored twice for the Bruins.

Gaven Vogt threw four touchdown passes and Rhett Saylor ran in two scores to help Carroll rout North Side 51-8.

South Adams moved to 3-0 and handed Bluffton it’s first loss 21-3 with James Arnold throwing for one touchdown and running for another.

Tom Richards tossed a pair of touchdown passes as Churubusco moved to 3-0 with their 31-15 win over Garrett.

Kaiden Harshberger ran in two touchdowns while Bailey Parker added a touchdown pass and a touchdown run as East Noble won at Huntington North 35-21.

Alex Wertman totaled 97 rushing yards and three touchdowns to help Leo take down Norwell 38-14.

Reggie Blackman ran for 191 yards and a pair of TDs pacing Woodlan’s 33-14 win over Heritage.

Jay County rolled up a 51-19 win over Southern Wells

Max Bedwell’s two scoring passes moved Columbia City toward a 42-25 win over Bellmont.

Angola again led by Jarrett Gibson moved to 3-0 with their 31-14 win at Jimtown.

Zach Groth

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