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THE SCORE: Bishop Dwenger still unbeaten, Luers wins double-overtime thriller against Concordia

Bishop Dwenger remained at the top of the Summit Athletic Conference football race with a 23-10 win at Homestead.  T.J. Tippman ran for a pair of touchdowns and Michael Garrett booted field goals of 27. 33, and 41 yards to push the Saints, top ranked in the state in 4A, to 4-0. A Jake Archbold to Trevin Taylor pass accounted for the lone Homestead touchdown.

Norman Knapke’s 10 yard touchdown pass to Janarion Moore in the second overtime lifted Luers past Concordia 34-31. Brayden Cowherd ran for two scores for the Knights, while Jake Byrd threw for 309 yards and two touchdowns for the Cadets.

Bailey Meerzo ran for 149 yards and three touchdowns and added a touchdown pass in pacing Northrop’s 41-21 win over Carroll,  Gaven Vogt threw for all three Charger touchdowns.

Craig Young caught two touchdown passes, one of them for 90 yards and added a 70 yard scoring run to help Wayne post a 31-6 win at North Side.

A’Nyis Lockett rushed for three touchdowns and Jasuan Lambert added two more scores on the ground in Snider’s 55-0 win at South Side.

Logan Macklin had 159 yards on the ground on just eight carries and scored twice to help Adams Central move to 4-0 with a 41-0 home win over Jay County.

Sebastian Spieth and Jack Stucky each scored a pair of touchdowns as Woodlan took down Bluffton 49-21.  The Tigers earlier in the day Friday forfeited their two wins this season for playing an ineligible player.

Christian Summersett ran for 207 yards and three touchdowns as South Adams erased a 21-0 deficit to beat Heritage 34-20 and move to 4-0 on the season.

Tim Jordan’s third touchdown pass of the game, a 16 yarder to Kentrell Thomas with 2:21 to play, lifted New Haven to a 34-31 win over Leo.

Max Bedwell threw for two touchdowns and passed for two others to help Columbia City best Huntington North 36-7.

Jarrett Gibson and Chase Schnepf each ran for touchdowns in Angola’s 21-7 win over West Noble that moved the Hornets to 4-0 while the Chargers took their first loss after a 3-0 start

Nathaniel Keener ran in two scores in Churubusco’s 35-11 win at Eastside, giving the Eagles a 4-0 start. 

Zach Groth

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