Prep Football: Perrysburg beats Northview

By Sentinel Sports Staff
Matt and Steve Slocum teamed up to power Perrysburg past Northview, 41-13 in Northern Lakes League play
Perrysburg is 7-2 overall and 4-2 in the NLL heading into the final regular-season game at cross-river
rival Maumee next Friday.
In other NLL games it was: Southview 16, Bowling Green 0; Anthony Wayne 62, Rossford 0; and Maumee 31,
Springfield 7.
In the Suburban Lakes League, it was: Lake 14, Elmwood 7; Genoa 51, Otsego 0; and Woodmore 24, Gibsonburg
In the Midland Athletic League it was: Tiffin Calvert 29, Lakota 6; and Hopewell-Loudon 40, North
Baltimore 8.
In the Toledo Area Athletic Conference, Northwood topped Toledo Christian, 38-11.
In a non-league game, Patrick Henry beat Eastwood, 35-0.
Perrysburg 41, Northview 13
At Sylvania, the Slocum brothers proved too much for Northview as Matt Slocum was 10-of-21 passing for
163 yards and two TDs while running 6 yards for a TD.
Steve Slocum rushed 20 times for 108 yards and a score and also caught a 45-yard TD pass.
Also for the Yellow Jackets, Matt Marquette caught a 42-yard TD pass, John Reddick had a 17-yard fumble
return for a touchdown and Tyler Gordon capped the scoring with an 80-yard touchdown run.
Northview is 3-6 overall and 2-4 in the NLL.
Anthony Wayne 62, Rossford 0
At Whitehouse, Anthony Wayne’s Mike Bridges ran for three touchdowns while Jordan Schwerer and Aaron
Dulay each added two TDs as the Generals blanked Rossford.
AW is 6-3 overall and 4-2 in the NLL and Rossford is 0-9. 0-6.
Maumee 31, Springfield 7
At Holland, Maumee remained tied for first place in the NLL with its win over Springfield. The Panthers
are 8-1 overall and 5-1 in the NLL while the Blue Devils are 3-6, 2-4.
Jake Goatley threw two touchdown passes for Maumee and Eric Long ran for two scores.
Lake 14, Elmwood 7
At Jerry City, Lake rolled up 284 yards in total offense to slip past Elmwood. Lake is 6-3 overall and
4-2 in the SLL while Elmwood falls to 3-6, 2-3.
Each team returned a kickoff for a touchdown with Greg Grove going 85 yards for Lake to start the game
and T.J. Waldock going 92 yards for Elmwood.
Josh Tantari scored on a 7-yard run for Lake and finished with 22 carries for 85 yards, Lake rushed 47
times for 221 yards.
Adam Tyson played quarterback in place of the injured Reid Rothenbuhler and rushed 16 times for 34 yards.
The Royals were hurt by four interceptions.
Genoa 51, Otsego 0
In Tontogany, Greg Hillabrand rushed for 142 yards and two touchdown on just six carries to help
second-ranked Genoa clinch a share of the Suburban Lakes League championship. The Comets are 9-0 overall
and 5-0 in the SLL.
Hillabrand scored on runs of 59 and 29 yards in the first quarter when Genoa took a 28-0 lead.
The Comets held a 351-86 advantage in total offense, with quarterback Matt Bassitt completing 10-of-12
passes for 103 yards and three touchdowns.
Otsego’s Sam Forshey rushed 17 times for 85 yards. The Knights fell to 0-9, 0-5.
Woodmore 24, Gibsonburg 0
At Elmore, Woodmore scored twice in the first quarter and went on to blank Gibsonburg in SLL play.
Woodmore is 3-6 overall and 2-3 in the SLL while Gibsonburg is 3-6, 1-4.
Tiffin Calvert 29, Lakota 6
At Tiffin, Calvert out-scored Lakota 15-0 in the second half en route to the MAL win. Lakota is 4-5, 1-5.
Calvert is 5-4, 4-2.
The Senecas had 363 yards of total offense compared to Lakota’s 235.
Jeremy Robbins scored on a 2-yard run for the Raiders’ only points.
Hopewell-Loudon 40, North Baltimore 8
At North Baltimore, Matt Brickner carried the ball only six times, but rushed for three touchdowns as
Hopewell-Loudon rolled past the host Tigers.
Hopewell is 7-2 overall and 4-2 in the MAL.
The Tigers scored their only TD in the fourth quarter when Clinton Ebright hooked up with Cody Pelton on
a scoring strike.
NB (2-7, 0-6) lost its 24th consecutive MAL game and was held to 180 yards by the Chieftains.