The Trojans improved to 2-0 with their second straight 46-point performance.
Quarterback Evan Legg got the scoring going for South Central with a 5-yard TD run. Running back Trey Beverly added the conversion run for an 8-0 lead.
The Trojans’ Kayden Hauler then returned a Phoenix pass 33 yards for another score, though the run for two failed for a 14-0 lead.
Legg then connected with David Lamoreaux for a 19-yard TD pass, ran for a 12-yard score — and found Jackson McCormack for a 39-yard TD pass as the Trojans extended their lead to 34-0 in the opening 12 minutes.
In the second quarter, Lathen Sholes scored on a 13-yard run, and Beverly added a 4-yard TD run.
South Central added a safety in the third quarter to cap its scoring.
Legg was 9-of-13 passing for 177 yards and 2 TDs, with McCormack catching five passes for 60 yards and a TD. Beverly ran 10 times for 103 yards.
S. Central 34 12 2 0 — 48
Oberlin 0 0 0 12 — 12
SC — Evan Legg 5 run (Trey Beverly run)
SC — Kayden Hauler 33 interception return (run failed)
SC — David Lamoreaux 19 pass from Evan Legg (kick failed)
SC — Legg 12 run (kick failed)
SC — Jackson McCormack 39 pass from Legg (Blaine Wheeler kick)
SC — Lathen Sholes 13 run (kick failed)
SC — Beverly 4 run (kick failed)
OB — Rick Rougeau 56 run (run failed)
OB — Rousseau 9 run (run failed)
Cardinal Stritch 22, New London 20
NEW LONDON — The Wildcats dug an early 22-6 hole that was just a bit too much in a tough 22-20 home loss to the Cardinals at Recreation Park.
After Payton Wilson ran for an 18-yard touchdown to get the Wildcats (0-2) on the scoreboard first, the Cardinals scored three straight times for a 22-6 lead after the first quarter.
The score remained the same at halftime, but the ‘Cats had a big third quarter to get back in the game.
Wilson found Parker Ruble for a 45-yard scoring strike, and connected with Jaden Keys for the two-point conversion to make it a 22-14 deficit. Wilson and Ruble connected again from eight yards out, but the two-point pass fell short.
Neither team scored in the fourth quarter.
For New London, Wilson was 16-of-26 passing for 212 yards with 2 TDs and an interception. Ruble caught nine passes for 142 yards and both scores, while Keys added three catches for 54 yards.
Ben Kalizewski led the New London defense with 13 tackles, including 5.5 tackles for loss.
New London hosts Wellington next week.
C. Stritch 22 0 0 0 — 22
N. London 6 0 14 0 — 20
NL — Payton Wilson 18 run (pass failed)
CS — Dwayne Morehead 23 run (Foust to Dunsmore pass)
CS — Foust 1 run (pass failed)
CS — Dunsmore 48 pass from Foust (Mattox pass from Foust)
NL — Parker Ruble 45 pass from Wilson (Jaden Keys pass from Wilson)
NL — Ruble 8 pass from Wilson (pass failed)
Bellevue 49, University School 14
BELLEVUE — The host Redmen dominated visiting University School for a 49-14 non-conference win Friday night at the Bellevue Athletic Complex.
Senior receiver Caleb Marshall had four receptions for 117 yards, including touchdown grabs of 19-, 17- and 63 yards.
Keegan Ray ran for 97 yards and three touchdowns while going 8-of-11 passing for 170 yards. In addition, sophomore Mason Miller finished with 100 yards and 10 carries, helping the Redmen finish with 265 yard rushing as a team.
Ray hooked up with Marshall for the first score with 9:05 left in the first quarter, then added touchdown runs for four and eight yards before the quarter ended as the Redmen opened up their 21-0 lead.
A Bellevue fumble led to a 40-yard Nic Pujolas halfback option pass to Parker Crowley that got the Preppers on the scoreboard, but the Redmen answered with a six-play, 67-yard drive that Ray capped with a two-yard touchdown run.
Ricky Radtke got that score right back for University School with a nine-yard run, set up by his 29-yard toss to Pujolas. But Bellevue answered with Ray hitting Marshall for the 17-yard scoring to make it 35-14 at the half.
Ray and Marshall struck again in the third quarter with the 63-yard touchdown bomb, with Jack Howey starting the running clock with his four-yard score with 7:37 left to play. Brock Nutter was a perfect 7-of-7 on conversion kicks to finish the scoring.
Bellevue (2-0) limited University School to 61 yards rushing.
University 0 14 0 0—14
Bellevue 21 14 7 7--49
B—Caleb Marshall 19 pass from Keegan Ray (Hunter Nottke kick)
B—Ray 4 run (Nottke kick)
B—Ray 8 run (Nottke kick)
US—Parker Crowley 40 pass from Nic Pujolas (Evan Weybrecht kick)
B—Ray 2 run (Nottke kick)
US—Ricky Radtke 9 run (Weybrecht kick)
B—Marshall 17 pass from Ray (Nottke kick)
B—Marshall 63 pass from Ray (Nottke kick)
B—Jack Howey 4 run (Nottke kick)
Seneca East 40, Edison 20
ATTICA — The Chargers fell behind early in Friday’s loss to the Tigers in Attica.
Seneca East jumped out to a 13-0 lead in the first quarter on a 48-yard TD pass. Jacob Brewer got Edison on the scoreboard with a 2-yard run, but the Tigers answered in the second quarter with a third score to go up 19-7 at halftime.
The Tigers then scored on the opening possession of the second half, but Edison quarterback Thomas Simon’s 34-yard TD run trimmed the deficit to 27-14 with 2:19 left in the third quarter.
But the Tigers (2-0) put the game away with two more touchdowns down the stretch.
Edison visits Western Reserve next Friday.