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GARRETTSVILLE OH- It was another close halftime score for Garfield on Saturday night. In Round 1 of the playoffs, the G-Men found themselves down 13-7, and stormed to a 28-13 win. This time around they were up 14-7 in a competitive first half, but ran away again in the second for a 44-14 win over Bellaire

After Bellaire scored first to go up 7-0, Anthony Demma set the tone for the G-amen offense. He scored both first half touchdowns. The Big Reds scored out of halftime to tie the game at 14-14, and then it was all G-Men with 30 unanswered points. Ryan Stoller caught two touchdowns from Brady Swagonski in that span, Swagonski also ran one in. Demma finished with 3 touchdowns on the day.

Garfield will advance to play Kirtland in the Division 5 Region 17 semifinals. That game is slated to be played at Perry High School on Saturday at 7:00


CANFIELD, OH – On a cold November night, it took a while to get the motor running for South Range, but like a dependable ride-once the motor heated up, the Raider offense was a well-oiled machine.  Down 7-2 at halftime, South Range scored 28 unanswered in the second half to move on in the OHSAA Playoffs.

Bellaire struck first on the first drive of the game with a five-yard touchdown run. Their drive took nearly seven minutes off the first-quarter clock. South Range got on the board late in the first quarter, as Corey Kougher sacked Bellaire’s quarterback, Jake Heatherington, in the endzone for a safety, cutting the Big Reds lead to, 7-2. Both teams then continued the defensive battle in the second quarter as the halftime score was, 7-2, in Bellaire’s favor. The second half was a completely different game for the Raiders as they came out firing on all cylinders. Patrick McCabe scored the first touchdown for South Range in the third quarter on a five-yard run. Michael Patrone then hit Trey Pancake on a 49-yard touchdown pass, making the score 16-7 at the end of the third quarter. The fourth quarter was all Raiders as Patrone hit Dylan Dominguez on a 31-yard touchdown strike. Dominguez closed out the night with a 38-yard touchdown run, as the Raiders won tonight, 30-7.

South Range was led through the air by Michael Patrone with 14 completions on 22 attempts for 220 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Raiders were led on the ground by Dylan Dominguez with 16 carries for 122 yards and 1 touchdown. South Range’s top receivers were Trey Pancake with 2 reception for 56 yards and a touchdown, Ian Toy with 3 reception for 39 yards, and Dylan Dominguez with 1 reception for 31 yards and a touchdown. The Raiders were paced on defense by Luke Blasko with 7 tackles and Corey Kougher with 6.5 tackles and 2 sacks.

With the victory, South Range will advance to the next round where they will meet up with #1 seed, Kirtland.


POSTGAME SOUND: Coach Dan Yeagley


GAME STATS: South Range Raiders – Box Score Report – 11_10_2019


BELLAIRE, OH- The Beavers had their struggles on the road Saturday, as they were handed their worst loss of the season 36-7 courtesy of the Bellaire Big Reds.

Things looked pretty good early for the Beavers, as Daniel Wirth forced a fumble on a sack that was recovered at the 30 yard line. The offense took just 3 plays to punch it in and take a 7 point lead. They then forced a Bellaire punt and nearly had a TD on a long run from a bubble screen to Caleb White. but he fumbled and Bellaire recovered at their own 1. It was all Big Reds after that. They took a couple of drives to get on the board, but they did so often after that. One PAT was missed and one was blocked, so the score should have been 38-7 if you look at it that way. The Beavers offense was a big factor in the loss, as they turned it over 7 times. 5 were courtesy of Ethan Lewis, who threw 4 picks and fumbled the other time.

The Beavers will look to bounce back as they travel to Buckeye Local for a 7:00 kickoff. Pregame at 6:40 on YSN Beaver Local.


*Story contributed by YSN’s Voice of the Beavers, Michael McKenzie


East Liverpool watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 3-0 loss to Bellaire on Wednesday.  Bellaire took the lead on a single in the first inning.

The pitching was strong on both sides. Bellaire pitchers struck out 17, while East Liverpool sat down seven

Bellaire opened up scoring in the first inning, when Porter singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run.

One bright spot for East Liverpool was a single by Devin Toothman in the second inning.

Porter pitched Bellaire to victory. He went seven innings, allowing zero runs on four hits, striking out 17 and walking zero.

Logan Bennett took the loss for East Liverpool. He surrendered three runs on nine hits over six innings, striking out seven.

Toothman led the Potters with two hits in three at bats.

Bellaire totaled nine hits.  Porter and Rejonis each racked up multiple hits for Bellaire.  Porter went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Bellaire in hits.  Bellaire was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Roth made the most plays with  17.

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