Bowling Green kept Northview from reaching the end zone in the first half, taking a 14-3 lead, but the Wildcats responded with three third quarter touchdowns to grab a 24-21 Northern Lakes League victory at Bobcat Stadium.

BG falls to 2-5 overall and 1-3 in the NLL, while Northview improves to 4-3 and 2-2.

In the first quarter, BG running back Peyton Harris scored on a 46-yard run and quarterback Kadin Shank threw a 75-yard TD pass to Brock Hastings.

Northview’s only points were a 40-yard field goal by Alex Kasee, which proved to be the difference.

However, in the third quarter, the Wildcats got a 49-yard TD run by Tim Peoples, and Jacob Weimer threw a 28-yard TD pass to Ayden Hall and a 75-yard TD pass to Cody Connor.

In the fourth, Shank threw an eight-yard TD pass to Evan Brandt. BG kicker Sydney Maas was 3-for-3 in conversion kicks, and so was Kasee.

Shank was 14-for-24 passing for 177 yards with one interception, and Harris ran for 102 yards on 11 carries. The BG offense accumulated 347 total yards and had 15 first downs.2

Hastings had two catches for 78 yards, Brandt caught eight passes for 68 yards, Jackson Shafer had a catch for 12 yards, Ashton Studer caught two passes for 10 yards, and Ja’ceous Shannon had a catch for nine yards.

Shank also ran for 30 yards on seven carries, Reece Rath had two carries for 15 yards, Studer had two carries for 11 yards, and Shannon had five carries for 10 yards.

Rossford 63, Woodmore 7

ELMORE — Rossford senior quarterback threw for 316 yards and seven touchdowns as the Bulldogs routed Woodmore, 63-7, in Northern Buckeye Conference action Friday.

Rossford improves to 3-4 overall and 2-2 in the league while Woodmore falls to 1-6 and 0-4.

Rossford built up a 56-7 halftime lead as Williams threw a 53-yard TD pass to Kaden Kirkman, a 21-yard TD pass to Luis Rivera, two 17-yard TD passes to Jake Morrison, an 18-yard TD pass to Dwayne LeFall Jr., and a 27-yard TD pass to Wes Ellison.

In the third quarter, Williams added a 25-yard TD pass to Kirkman. Rossford finished the game with 459 total offensive yards to Woodmore’s 294.

Williams also scored on a four-yard run and Grant Eckel scored on a 24-yard run. Eckel led Rossford with 93 yards rushing on nine carries.

Kirkman caught four passes for 113 yards, Morrison caught four passes for 82 yards, Rivera had three catches for 56 yards and Brendan Revels had a catch for 20 yards.

Rivera also had a rushing attempt that covered 20 yards and Williams ran for 18 yards on three carries.

Rossford kicker Jonah Shafer was a perfect 9-for-9 on conversion kicks.

Woodmore’s only score was in the first quarter on a 13-yard run by Landon Rich.

Brandon Swope led Rossford’s defense with seven tackles, including one tackle for a loss.

Otsego 49, Fostoria 13

FOSTORIA — Otsego running back Blake Steele ran for 152 yards on eight carries with a 56-yard touchdown run as the Knights routed Fostoria, 49-13, in a Northern Buckeye Conference game Friday.

Otsego is 5-2 overall and 3-1 in the NBC while Fostoria remains winless in seven games.

Jordyn Lee-Barnett also ran for 108 yards on five carries with a 54-yard TD and Otsego quarterback Devin Farley completed 13 of 19 passes for 148 yards and two TDs and he had a one-yard rushing TD.

Tyler Michael ran for 44 yards on seven carries, and he had TD runs of 18 and seven yards.

Farley threw a 22-yard TD to Jack Simpson and 20-yard TD to Owen Atkinson. Atkinson caught three passes for 50 yards and Simpson caught three passes for 41 yards.

Kenton Wallace had two catches for 25 yards, Cohen Feehan caught a pass for 10 yards, and Steele had a reception that covered four yards.

Defensively for Otsego, Clay Battin had five solo tackles, two sacks, and three tackles for a loss and Tyler Shaffer had four solo tackles, all for a loss, and one sack. Farley and Michael had interceptions.

Otsego had 451 total yards to Fostoria’s 226, and the Knights had 18 first downs to the Redmens’ 13.

Fostoria got a second quarter TD on a 12-yard pass from Gavin Miller to Jordan Ferguson and in the third quarter Miller threw an 11-yard TD to Machi Johnson.

Miller completed 18-of-41 passes for 228 yards and Matthew Balderama Jr. ran for 39 yards on nine carries.

Ferguson caught six passes for 80 yards, Aidan Sprang caught four passes for 71 yards, Johnson had four catches for 59 yards, Brayden Harrison had three catchers for 14 yards, and Kayden Hutchins had a four-yard reception.

On defense for Fostoria, LaQuint Walker had nine solo tackles, one assist, and one tackle for loss, and Balderama had five solo tackles.

Northwood 41, Montpelier 7

NORTHWOOD—Montonio Baker ran for 115 yards on seven carries with one touchdown and Mason Smith ran for 68 yards on eight carries and three TDs as Northwood downed Montpelier, 41-7, in a Toledo Area Athletic Conference game Friday.

Northwood is 4-3 overall and 2-1 in the TAAC, while Montpelier is 2-5 and 0-2.

Zaegan Byington put the Rangers on the scoreboard with a two-yard run, and then Smith followed with a one-yard run to put Northwood up 14-0 in the first quarter.

In the second, Smith scored on a 13-yard run, and in the third, Brandon Gomez scored on a six-yard run, Smith scored on a seven-yard run, and Baker scored on an 88-yard run.

Brennen Friend scored the Locomotives’ only TD on a 97-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Northwood had 299 yards rushing and 57 passing, while holding Montpelier to 121 rushing and 88 passing.