Galion area football roundup

Colonel Crawford, Wynford in battle of unbeatens Friday

NORTH ROBINSON — On Friday, the Colonel Crawford Eagles (3-0) will welcome the Wynford Royals (3-0) to North Robinson to do battle on the field and compete for a share of the top spot in the Northern 10 Conference.

The Eagles improved to 3-0 by defeating Mohawk 24-8 last week

They did most of their damage on the ground against the Warriors. Blake Treisch carried the weight for the team and the ball 28 times for 164 yards. Treisch was responsible for all 24 of Crawford’s offensive points scored on three touchdowns and he successfully converted two two-point conversions. Overall, the Eagles carried the ball 42 times for a total of 226 yards.

Defensively, the Eagles allowed a total of 212 yards on 53 plays. The Warriors were just 8/11 passing for 62 yards against the Eagles “D” and had 42 rushes for 150 yards. Colonel Crawford also earned two points on a safety.

Crestline takes on winless Buckeye Central

CRESTLINE —Crestline (1-2) will host Buckeye Central (0-3).

The Bulldogs lost 26-21 last week at South Central, falling to 1-2

South Central got out to a 14-0 lead vs. Crestline but the Bulldogs came back on two TD passes from JR Wolfe to Davon Triplett to tie it at the half 14-14.

Crestline got the offense going in the second quarter. Their first score of the game came on an eight yard touchdown pass

The fourth quarter started with Caleb Moore rushing for a 12-yard touchdown and Crestline tacking on the extra point to take their first lead of the ballgame, 21-14. South Central answered the Bulldogs score with a touchdown of their own but missed on the extra point, cutting the lead to 21-20 with only 6:20 left in the game. A lost fumble by Crestline on their own 39-yard line gave the Trojans the ball back with good field position. South Central wasted no time and ran in a 39-yard touchdown on their first play from scrimmage and won the game.

Wolfe was 10/24 passing for 241 yards. He finished the game with two touchdowns and three interceptions. Triplett was the primary target for Wolfe, grabbing five catches for 136 yards and two touchdowns. Overall, the Bulldogs gained 356 total yards against the Trojans.

Northmor looking for first win, at Centerburg

GALION —Northmor (0-3) will be on the road this week to take on the Centerbury Trojans (2-1)

The Knights dropped a 31-12 decision to Lucas last week. After a scoreless first quarter, Lucas outscored Northmor 31-12 in the second and third periods en route to the non-league wikn.

For Northmor, Jordan Wiseman hit Conan Becker for a 21-yard scoring pass late inthe first half. Becker returned a kick off 87 yards in the second half for his second score.

The Cubs racked up 491 yards of offense, none via the pass. Holbrook had 277 yards rushing and Grover 120.

Northmor finished with 156 yards rushing, 78 on the ground. The Knights also turned the ball over three times, two fumbles and an interception. Wiseman was 10 of 16 passing for 137 yards. Becker had three catches for 63 yards.

Lucas had the ball for more than 35 minutes, vs.just over 12 minutes for Northmor.