Leetonia OH- Leetonia comes into tonight’s contest (2-0) facing off against Lisbon (0-2) for the annual Spaghetti Bowl. Lisbon and Leetonia will have their 107thmatchup against each other with Lisbon holding the all-time record of 54-49-3.
Leetonia on their first drive would let senior runningback Marco Ferry carry them down the field for their first touchdown and two-point conversion to start the game 8-0. Lisbon would not let that affect their moral as they drove right down the field on their first drive with QB Tyler Welsh and RB Ryan McCullough taking them down into the redzone. Welsh would then throw a touchdown pass to McCullough and a two-point conversion to tie the game 8-8. Ferry and the Bears would answer right back for the rest of the half with Marco Ferry scoring two more touchdowns to end the half 22-8.
To start the second half Leetonia would keep on the pressure to end the 3rdquarter with a Ferry touchdown and a Dylan Durick to extend their lead to 38-8. As the continuous clock ran down the 4th in which no team would score. Making the final score 38-8 as Leetonia extend their record to (3-0) beating Lisbon which would fall to (0-3). All-time record for Spaghetti Bowl will get closer as Leetonia closes the gap still behind Lisbon 54-50-3.
*Contributed By YSN’s Derrick Grossen