CANFIELD OH- The Canfield Cardinals returned from their bye week with a burst of energy, securing a commanding victory over Parma Heights Holy Name with a final score of 42-9.
In the first quarter, Canfield wasted no time getting on the board as running back Scottie Eaton powered his way to a 4-yard rushing touchdown. Kicker Ethan Rittenour successfully added the extra point, giving Canfield an early 7-0 lead.
The second quarter saw Holy Name making a defensive play with DB Aiden Butler tackling Scottie Eaton in the end zone for a safety, earning their first points of the game. However, Canfield responded swiftly, with Eaton scoring his second rushing touchdown of the night, this time from 3 yards out. Rittenour’s successful PAT extended Canfield’s lead to 14-2.
The third quarter showcased Canfield’s versatility, as Scottie Eaton returned a kick 90 yards for an electrifying touchdown. Rittenour’s PAT was good, bringing the score to 21-2. The Cardinals continued to build their lead with quarterback Paul Bindas racing 40 yards for another touchdown, and Rittenour’s PAT made it 28-2. Eaton wasn’t done yet, breaking free for a spectacular 72-yard rushing touchdown, and Rittenour’s PAT was on target, giving Canfield a commanding 35-2 lead.
In the fourth quarter, Holy Name managed to find the end zone with running back Nicholas Nemeth scoring a 1-yard rushing touchdown. Chase Jozity successfully added the PAT, narrowing the gap to 35-9. Canfield responded swiftly, as wide receiver Anthony Mazzella added to the scoreboard with a 15-yard rushing touchdown. Rittenour’s PAT was good once again, sealing the victory for Canfield with a final score of 42-9.
The Canfield Cardinals showcased their prowess on both sides of the ball, returning from their bye week with a convincing win and an impressive offensive display led by Scottie Eaton’s remarkable performance.