Johnson leads Ursuline past Farrell

Johnson leads Ursuline past Farrell

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Kimauni Johnson scored three touchdowns and finished with 139 rushing yards as Ursuline topped Farrell 48-14 Saturday afternoon at Stambaugh Stadium.

The Irish scored the first 20 points of the game, and never looked back. Johnson opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 35-yard touchdown run, followed a 12-yard scoring scamper later in the quarter,

The Irish defense also came up big in the first quarter, when Tyler Leonard recovered a fumble in the endzone to increase the lead to 20-0.

Farrell got on the board late in the first when Alex Myers connected with John Jackson on an 8-yard screen pass for a touchdown, to cut the deficit to 20-8.

Jackson tallied 96 rushing yards on the day, including a 57-yard touchdown run.

Kimauni Johnson later found the endzone in the third quarter on a 6-yard touchdown run.

Later in the third quarter, Vito Penza added a 5-yard touchdown run for the Irish, finishing with 32 rushing yards on the day. He also completed 2-5 passes for 29 yards with an interception.

Deion Edwards returned an interception 25 yards for a touchdown for the Irish.

Irish Freshman TreZhan Dunlow capped off the Ursuline scoring with a 15-yard touchdown run.

Ursuline improves to 4-2 on the season. The Irish will host Massillon Friday night.

Farrell drops to 3-3 on the year. The Steelers welcome Grove City in week seven.

Game Stats
Total Yards – Ursuline – 314
Total Yards – Farrell – 219

Leading Rusher – Ursuline – Kimanni Johnson – 19 rushes for 139 yards and 3 TD’s
Leading Rusher – Farrell – John Jackson – 9 rushes for 96 yards and 1 TD

Leading Passer – Ursuline – Vito Penza – 2 for 5 – 29 yards and one INT
Leading Passer – Farrell – Alex Myers – 4 for 10 – 94 yards and one TD

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