Week 2 brought us a bunch of great plays, now it is time to take a look back at the best in our Plays of the Week
After Friday’s postponement, the Greyhounds held on for a 38-28 win Saturday.
The Penguins stunned Pitt in the 2012 opener to spoil Paul Chryst’s first game as coach.
The Cardinals came out with a 35-20 win Saturday.
Brookfield grabbed their first win of the season topping Valley Christian on the road.
The Bulldogs’ John Estlack rushed into the end zone multiple times as Lakeview improves to 2-0.
Eagles dominate in all three areas to cruise past Girard.
Mincher scores game winner, Springfield rallies for victory
Tigers win out-of-state contest over Wildcats
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Offense leads Raiders to win over Cleveland Heights
South Range runs away with convincing win over Campbell
Irish can’t keep up with Division IV champ Benedictine
Eagles outlast Vikings, 22-17
Reynolds opens the season with an impressive 35-0 win over Cochranton.
Southington picks up first win on the season
Josh Liberati combined for 4 TDs for the Blue Devils.
Salem’s Matt Weingart passed for a touchdown and ran for a score late in the fourth quarter to prevail in come back fashion.
Jabari Taylor ran for 82 yards for the Redskins as Indian Creek improves to 2-0.
The Bulldogs’ Parker Steele Sherry led East Palestine to a 31-point victory.
Mooney plays spoiler at Boardman stadium opening
Farrell scores 36 in first quarter, cruises to win
Bulldogs roll past Red Dragons for week two win.
West Allegheny scored the game’s final 27 points.
Tyson Hunt finished with a combined 4 touchdowns for the victorious Spartans.
Blue Jays continue hot start, dropping Newton Falls
The Hornets shut out Strong Vincent tonight in their season opener.
Toney will face Vincent Floyd Saturday night in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Youngstown State’s schedule is highlighted by trips to Ann Arbor, South Bend and West Lafayette.
The Canfield senior is a three sport standout, racking up nine varsity letters, while maintaining a 3.9 GPA.