Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky Week 1 high school football scores

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Each week, The Enquirer will do an extensive wrap-up of the previous weekend's high school football action before previewing the upcoming games. Here's everything you need to know for Week 1. Do you have a football box score to report to The Enquirer? Email the prep sports desk at prepsports@enquirer.com.

All contests are sorted by the home team's conference, unless an area school is playing a team from outside Greater Cincinnati.

Cincinnati high school football scores in Week 1

Ohio

Greater Miami Conference (GMC)

Lakota West 16, St. Xavier 13 - FINAL

St. Xavier - 3 10 0 0 - 13

Lakota West - 0 0 3 13 - 16

SX- FG Cengia 24

SX- Mason 19 pass from O'Malley (Cengia kick)

SX- FG Cengia 30

LW- FG Bohn 25

LW- Remy 47 pass from Bolden (kick failed)

LW- Minich 2 pass from Bolden (Bohn kick)

Records: LW 1-0, SX 0-1

More:Lakota West snares victory from St. Xavier after trailing all game

La Salle 17, Colerain 13 - FINAL

Centerville 9, Lakota East 6 - FINAL

The two teams combined for less than 400 total yards, five turnovers and over 120 penalty yards as Centerville eventually held off Lakota East in a defensive struggle. The Elks took a 9-0 lead on Emable Wakilongo's 3-yard touchdown run with 4:50 left in the third quarter. Lakota East finally got on the board early in the fourth on Eric Davis' 3-yard touchdown run. Davis and Aidan Troutman combined for 85 rushing yards on 27 carries for the Thunderhawks and senior linebacker Jake Reisner totaled 15 tackles.

Centerville - 3 0 6 0 - 9

Lakota East - 0 0 0 6 - 6

C- FG Courville 45

C- Wakilongo 3 run (run failed)

LE- Davis 3 run (kick failed)

Records: C 1-0, LE 0-1

Gahanna Lincoln 9, Mason 7 - FINAL

Oak Hills 31, Turpin 20 - FINAL

For the first time since 2018, the Oak Hills Highlands are 1-0 to start a season. After a back-and-forth night, Oak Hills took the final lead with 4:45 left in the fourth quarter courtesy of an eight-yard run by quarterback Jaxon Schreiber. Oak Hills had taken a 17-13 lead seconds into the final quarter before coughing it back up on a 55-yard pick six from Karson Kidd. Schreiber sealed the win with 58 seconds left on a 29-yard run. Schreiber rushed 16 times for 121 yards, but it was Demar Parker Jr. that led with 121 yards on 21 carries with a score. Through the air, Schreiber was 10-17 for 118 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Oak Hills will kickoff its nine-game conference at Sycamore next while week while Turpin will try to avoid going 0-2 for the first time since 2017 with a visit from Kings.

Turpin – 0 7 6 7 – 20

Oak Hills – 0 7 3 21 – 31

T- Jilek 11 pass from Helgason (Carson kick)

OH- Day 36 pass from Schreiber (Brogan kick)

OH- FG Brogan 40

T- Mehring 4 pass from Helgason (kick failed)

OH- Parker Jr. 2 run (Brogan kick)

T- Kidd 55 interception return (Carson kick)

OH- Schreiber 8 run (Brogan kick)

OH- Schreiber 29 run (Brogan kick)

Records: OH 1-0; T 0-1.

Fairfield 41, Wayne 24 - FINAL (Thursday)

Wayne - 7 3 7 7 - 24

Fairfield - 7 7 14 13 - 41

W- Lewis 9 run (Daulton kick)

F- Bivins 5 run (McGuire kick)

F- Laseke 0 fum ret (McGuire kick)

W- FG Daulton 24

F- Glover 59 pass from Fisher (McGuire kick)

F- Jackson 7 run (McGuire kick)

W- Williams 6 run (Daulton kick)

W- Mukes 55 pass from Lewis (Daulton kick)

F- Jackson 7 run (McGuire kick)

F- Rogers 3 fum ret (kick failed)

Records: F 1-0, W 0-1

More:Talon Fisher runs Fairfield past Wayne in Skyline Chili Crosstown Showdown

Eastern Cincinnati Conference (ECC)

Princeton 61, Anderson 36 - FINAL

Two teams that combined for 103 points in last year's season opener had another shootout in Week 1 this fall with another Princeton quarterback breaking out for a win. This year, it was senior R.J. West, who was 10-of-17 for 209 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a game-high 132 yards and two scores on 15 carries. Princeton trailed by double digits at 24-13 midway through the second quarter, but the Vikings would score 41 of the game's next 47 points to take a commanding 54-30 lead into the fourth quarter. Deandre Rutherford ran for 129 yards and a touchdown for the Vikings and Teryntino Brown-Freeman eclipsed 100 rushing yards with an 84-yard score. Riley Woods led the Princeton receiving corps with five catches for 117 yards and two touchdowns. For Anderson, All-Ohio senior quarterback Griffin Scalf threw for 364 yards and a touchdown, while running back Brodey Berg ran for 77 yards and two scores.

Princeton - 13 14 27 7 - 61

Anderson - 10 14 6 6 - 36

A- FG Goethe 32

P- West 14 run (kick failed)

A- Alvarez 16 pass from Scalf (Goethe kick)

P- West 9 run (Gmerek kick)

A- Smith 31 pass from Burnam (Goethe kick)

A- Berg 2 run (Goethe kick)

P- R. Woods 65 pass from West (Gmerek kick)

P- Ishmail 46 INT return (Gmerek kick)

P- Rutherford 1 run (kick failed)

A- Berg 6 run (pass failed)

P- Rutherford 9 run (Oliver kick)

P- Brown-Freeman 84 run (Oliver kick)

P- Cottrell 73 pas from West (Oliver kick)

A- Berg 2 run (run failed)

P- Woods 32 pass from West (Oliver kick)

Records: P 1-0, A 0-1

Kings 34, Sycamore 0 - FINAL

Kings secured a commanding win over Sycamore thanks to Will Kocher's 354 passing yards and 162 receivng yards and three touchdowns from Michael Mussari. Brady Wik had two interceptions and Paul Kelly returned one of his own for a touchdown. League play begins next week for both team as Kings visits Turpin and Sycamore hosts Oak Hills.

Sycamore - 0 0 0 0 - 0

Kings- 13 13 7 0 - 42

K- Mussari 35 pass from Kocher (kick failed)

K- Holubetz 1 run (Wik kick)

K- Mussari 40 pass from Kocher (Wik kick)

K- Kelly 48 INT return (Wik kick)

K- Mussari 45 pass from Kocher (Wik kick)

Records: K 1-0, S 0-1

Middletown 47, Loveland 33 - FINAL

Middletown is 1-0 for the first time since 2019 and has matched its win total from all of last season after a triumphant road performance Friday night. The Middies did it with defense, forcing four turnovers (all interceptions) with pick-sixes from Quintin Russell and Mikell Dorn. Offensively, Middletown had success through the air with a pair of Kellen Davis touchdown tosses and three rushing scores from Lemond Chambers, who ran for 84 yards on nine attempts. Eric Schroeder led the Middies with 94 yards on the ground over 16 attempts. Loveland, which had one of the ECC's top offenses last season, split time with quarterbacks Jake Svitkovich and Julius Vorbroker, each throwing two touchdowns. Colton Endicott led the Tigers' backfield with 117 rushing yards on 17 carries.

Middletown - 14 14 13 6 - 47

Loveland - 0 13 14 6 - 33

M- Chambers 3 run (Johnson kick)

M- Shields 11 pass from Davis (Johnson kick)

L- Bradley 16 pass from Vorbroker (Hicks kick)

M- Chambers 42 run (Johnson kick)

M- Franklin 43 pass from Davis (Johnson kick)

L- Bradley 9 pass from Svitkovich (kick failed)

M- Chambers 2 run (kick failed)

M- Dorn 23 INT return (King kick)

L- Frazier 43 pass from Vorbroker (Hick run)

L- Svitkovich 2 run (Hicks kick)

M- Russell 17 INT return (kick failed)

L- 12 pass from Svitkovich (run failed)

Records: M 1-0, L 0-1

Hamilton 28, West Clermont 9 - FINAL

Hamilton - 0 14 14 0 - 28

West Clermont - 2 0 7 0 - 9

WC- Safety

H- Garret 2 run (Grant kick)

H- Riggins 23 pass from Lindsay (Grant kick)

WC- Early 6 run (Cooper kick)

H- Aldridge 75 run (Grant kick)

H- Aldridge 85 run (Grant kick)

Records: H 1-0, WC 0-1

More:Hamilton's Semaj Aldridge shines in win over West Clermont; Chris Henry Jr. debuts

Springboro 21, Lebanon 19 - FINAL

Evan Ruzzo's trio of first-half touchdown tosses were enough for Springboro Friday night as the Panthers held off a late fourth-quarter rally by their former GWOC-rival Lebanon Warriors. Lebanon signal-caller Brayden Everitt threw for ran for a touchdown and threw for two more, including a five-yard score to Kyle Koch to pull within two points of Springboro with 41 seconds left in regulation. Everitt's game-tying two-point conversion pass was just out of reach to seal a win for visiting Springboro. Everitt and running back Braden Kay combined for 82 rushing yards and Koch led all the Lebanon receiving corps with 54 yards on five catches. Springboro was led by Ruzzo, who had success finding Peyton Howard, who tallied a game-high 106 yards and all two touchdowns on three receptions. Allan Hopkins was the recipient of another Ruzzo touchdown and Cade Lamb led the Panthers with five catches.

Springboro - 7 14 0 0 - 21

Lebanon 0 7 0 12 - 19

S- Hopkins 14 pass from Ruzzo (Brecht kick)

L- Roddy 38 pass from Everitt (Cain kick)

S- Howard 46 pass from Ruzzo (Brecht kick)

S- Howard 25 pass from Ruzzo (Brecht kick)

L- Everitt 2 run (kick failed)

L- Koch 5 pass from Everitt (pass failed)

Records: S 1-0, L 0-1

Milford 42, Edgewood 6- FINAL

The Milford Eagles made a statement with a 36-point win over Edgewood. Quarterback Austin Hardin threw for 326 yards and four touchdowns. Milford's defense got to Edgewood quarterback Riley Brown for two sacks and one interception. Next week, Milford faces ECC opponent Lebanon and Edgewood has a matchup with Clinton Massie.

Edgewood – 0 0 6 0 - 6

Milford – 14 14 14 0 – 42

M - Davis 34 pass from Hardin (Cooper kick)

M - Wisbey 52 pass from Hardin (Cooper kick)

M - Wisbey 8 run (Cooper kick)

M - Webster 28 pass from Hardin (Cooper kick)

M - Davis 48 pass from Hardin (Cooper kick)

E - Crosby 2 run (run failed)

M – Webster 1 run (Cooper kick)

Records: M 1-0, E 0-1

Winton Woods 39, Trotwood-Madison 16 - FINAL

The defending Ohio Division II state champs haven’t lost a step so far a year later. The Warriors led Trotwood Madison 32-0 after three quarters of play, ending up 39-16 winners with a fresh 1-0 record in 2022. Quarterback Van George and receiver Carlos Cox Jr. proved to be a strong combination as the two connected for two receptions on 68 yards, both ending as touchdowns. George was an efficient 11-15 passing for 128 yards and a pair of touchdowns. James Minor III led the way on the ground, gobbling up 90 yards and a touchdown on 10 rushes. On the defensive side, Jermaine Mathews Jr. forced and recovered two fumbles.

Trotwood Madison – 0 0 0 16 – 16

Winton Woods – 6 16 10 7 – 39

WW- Cox Jr. 25 pass from George (pass failed)

WW- 16 run (Spears run)

WW- Spears 6 pass from George (Harris pass)

WW- Cox Jr. 43 pass from Anderson (Domobele kick)

WW- FG Domobele 36

TM- Johnson 20 pass from Carpenter III (Johnson pass)

WW- Minor III 10 run (Domobele kick)

TM- Carpenter III 11 run (pass)

Records: WW 1-0; TM 0-1.

Withrow 45, Walnut Hills 7 - FINAL (Thursday)

Greater Catholic League-South (GCL-South)

Elder 42, Covington Catholic 21 - FINAL

Elder – 7 21 7 7 – 42

Covington Catholic – 0 0 7 14 – 21

E- Schoster 5 run (LeMasters kick)

E- Flowers 1 run (LeMasters kick)

E- Flowers 1 run (Le Masters kick)

E- Re 16 pass from Schoster (LeMasters kick)

E- Schoster 3 run (LeMasters kick)

CC- Leen 22 run (Weitzel kick)

E- Meier 9 run (LeMasters kick)

CC- Rodriguez 12 pass from Pitzer (Weitzel kick)

CC- Link 9 pass from Pitzer (Weitzel kick)

Records: E 1-0; CC 0-1.

More:Elder begins new year with a 42-21 win at Covington Catholic

Moeller 49, Massillon 31 - FINAL

Greater Catholic League-Coed (GCL-Coed)

McNicholas 56, Indian Hill 7 - FINAL

Mike Orlando and the McNicholas Rockets left little double in running past Indian Hill. McNicholas was led by Ty Snyder, who ran for 95 yards and a pair of touchdowns on just 10 attempts. Quarterbacks Isaac White and Braden BoBo each threw for two touchdowns with White leading the way, going 11-of-17 for 178 yards.

Indian Hill - 7 0 0 0 - 7

McNicholas - 21 14 7 14 - 56

Badin 34, Villa Angela-St. Joseph 3 - FINAL

Fenwick 36, Franklin 14 - FINAL

Cincinnati Hills League (CHL)

Finneytown 26, Hillcrest 0 - FINAL

Oakwood 17, Mariemont 14 - FINAL

Taylor 20, Greenon 0 - FINAL

Wyoming 35, Harrison 0 - FINAL

C.J. Hester started Wyoming’s season with a bang, running for 140 yards in three touchdowns in just three quarters of action. The Cowboys defense pitched a shutout to notch their first win of the season. It was only the second time Harrison has been shutout since 2013. Wyoming has now won 58 consecutive regular-season games, dating back to 2015.

Harrison – 0 0 0 0 - 0

Wyoming – 0 21 7 7 – 35

W – Hester 6 run (Rummer kick)

W – Hester 21 run (Rummer kick)

W – Blair 3 pass from Hauer (Rummer kick)

W – Hester 2 run (Rummer kick)

W- Hancock 48 run (Rummer kick)

Records: W 1-0, H 0-1

Purcell Marian 16, Deer Park 8 - FINAL (the game was postponed due to weather and was completed on Sunday)

Miami Valley Conference (MVC)

Reading 72. Lockland 6 - FINAL

The Luke Cripe era is off to a stellar start in Reading as the Blue Devils had no issue in running back Lockland Friday night. Offensively, the Blue Devils got 100-plus rushing yards and multiple touchdowns from both Antwon Brooks and Landen Schaefer while quarterback Dickie Engel fired touchdowns to Vincent Eadicicco and Austin Fancher. Reading scored in all three phases with Connor Davis returning a punt for a 48-yard score and Ben Kroeger scooping and scoring on a fumble from three yards out.

Reading - 27 27 12 6 - 72

Lockland - 0 6 0 0 - 6

R- Schaefer 33 run (kick failed)

R- Fancher 20 run (Johnson kick)

R- Brooks 25 run (Johnson kick)

R- Eadicicco 8 pass from Engel (Johnson kick)

R- Davis 48 punt return (Johnson kick)

L- Hicks 50 pass from Minton (run failed)

R- Schaefer 2 run (Johnson kick)

R- Fancher 24 pass from Engel (Johnson kick)

R- Brooks 3 run (kick failed)

R- Schaefer 18 run (kick failed)

R- Kroeger 3 fum return (kick failed)

R- Foster 77 run (kick failed)

Records: R 1-0, N 0-1

Madeira 37, Norwood 8 - FINAL

Gamble Montessori 36, New Miami 6 - FINAL

Hughes 38, Summit Country Day 7 - FINAL

CHCA 42, Portsmouth Notre Dame 24 - FINAL

Grove City Christian 42, MVCA 16 - FINAL

Cincinnati Country Day 57, Manchester 8 - FINAL

Taft 32, Roger Bacon 0 - FINAL (Thursday)

More:Taft takes battle of new DIV schools with win at Roger Bacon

Southwest Ohio Conference (SWOC)

Little Miami 16, Mt. Healthy 14 - FINAL

New Richmond 30, Northwest 27 - FINAL

Ross 27, Wilmington 7 - FINAL

Monroe 35, Talawanda 16 - FINAL

Southern Buckeye Conference (SBAAC)

CCPA 28, Bethel-Tate 0 - FINAL

Clermont Northeastern 30, Clark Montessori 6 - FINAL

Clermont Northeastern Rocket Jake Mott was the do-it-all man in the week one win, scoring twice on rushing touchdowns while picking up a sack and an interception on defense. A 95-yard fumble return by Mitch Bradencapped Clermont Northeastern’s night, but a near shutout was lost as Clark scored with single-digit ticks left remaining. Rockets QB Josh Groeber was 3-3 for 81 yards and a touchdown while Mott had 16 carries for 128 yards and his pair of scores. The Rockets continue the year at Miami Valley Christian next Friday while Clark Montessori will meet Riverview East on Saturday.

Clark Montessori – 0 0 0 6 – 6

Clermont Northeastern – 0 16 7 7 – 30

CNE- Mott 3 run (Mott run)

CNE- Mott 1 run (Mott pass from Groeber)

CNE- Boothby 24 pass from Groeber (Yeager kick)

CNE- Braden 95 fumble return (Yeager kick)

CM- Oliver 3 run (attempt failed)

Records: CNE 1-0; CM 0-1

Paint Valley 42, Blanchester 16 - FINAL

Western Brown 55, Hillsboro 0 - FINAL

Williamsburg 48, Batavia 7 - FINAL

Piketon 14, Goshen 12 - FINAL

Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference (CMAC)

St. Bernard 34, Shroder 0 - FINAL

Columbus South 32, Woodward 30 - FINAL (Thursday)

Western Hills 30, Meadowdale 3 - FINAL

Stebbins 15, Aiken 0 - Q3 (Game was called due to lightning in the third quarter and will be officially ruled a no-contest, per the Aiken Athletic Department).

Southwestern Buckeye League (SWBL)

Waynesville 14, Clinton-Massie 7 - FINAL

Waynesville managed just 97 total yards of offense but still managed to knock off the defending DIV state champion Clinton-Massie Falcons for the first time since 2011. Clinton-Massie got on the board first with Gavan Hunter's 10-yard touchdown run in the first quarter but were shutout the rest of the way despite running for 329 yards on 59 attempts. Waynesville knotted the score on at 7-7 in the second quarter on Blaise Sizer's 32-yard touchdown pass to Joe Stone. The Spartans took the lead for good on Connor Berrey's 11-yard fumble return touchdown with 3:13 left in the third quarter, which proved to be the game-winner.

Clinton-Massie - 7 0 0 0 - 7

Waynesville - 0 7 7 0 - 14

CM- Hunter 10 run (McGuinness kick)

W- Stone 32 pass from Sizer (Berrey kick)

W- Berrey 11 fum return (Berrey kick)

Records: W 1-0, CM 0-1

Greeneview 33, Middletown Madison 7 - FINAL

Kentucky high school football scores in Week 1

Henry Clay 25, Conner 14 - FINAL

Henry Clay held Conner to 157 yards of total offense to send the Cougars to a week one loss. Quarterback Brennan Kahle threw a touchdown and Elliott Bucher found the end zone on the ground. On defense, Elian Ruzindana grabbed an interception and Cordell Abernathy forced a fumble.

Conner – 0 7 7 0 – 14

Henry Clay – 13 12 0 0 –25

HC – Childress 5 run (Cooper kick)

HC – Kreutzer 49 pass from Vanhorn

HC – Malcolm 25 pass from Vanhorn

C – Kurtz 3 run (Herron kick)

HC – Kreutzer 35 pass from Vanhorn

C – Wilson 27 pass from Kahle (Herron kick)

Records: HC 1-0, C 0-1

Campbell County 28, Newport Central Catholic 18 - FINAL

Holy Cross 48, Bellevue 0 - FINAL

Holy Cross limited Bellevue to 12 total yards of offense and found the end zone seven times. Javier Ward had 33 receiving yards, but scored two touchdowns on an interception return and a kickoff return. Trevin Friggs ran for 47 yards and a touchdown and Landyn Phillips ran for 78 yards and a score. Defensively, Holy Cross had three interceptions, coming from Ward, Errick Davis and Donovan Ambrosil.

Holy Cross - 21 13 14 0 - 48

Bellevue - 0 0 0 0 - 0

HC- Friggs 41 run (Fisk kick)

HC- Colgate 3 run (Fisk kick)

HC- Ward INT return (Fisk kick)

HC – Phillips 6 run (Fisk kick)

HC – Brooks 12 pass from Phillips

HC – Ward 89 kickoff return (Fisk kick)

HC – Maddox 15 run (Fisk kick)

Records: HC 1-0, B 0-1

George Rogers Clark 28, Cooper 0 - FINAL

Cooper quarterback Cam O’Hara passed for 75 yards and threw an interception as the Jaguars dropped their season opener. Braylen Taylor blocked a punt and returned it for a touchdown to get the Cardinals on the board, and they never looked back on their way to a shutout victory.

George Rogers Clark – 0 14 7 7 – 28

Cooper – 0 0 0 0 – 0

GRC – Taylor fum return (Maxwell kick)

GRC – Berry 12 pass from Maxwell

GRC – Spicer 6 run (Maxwell kick)

GRC - Washington 2 run (Maxwell kick)

Records: GRC 1-0, C 0-1

Dixie Heights 13, Lloyd 12 - FINAL

Ludlow 48, Gallatin County 20 - FINAL

Holmes 68, Grant County 12 - FINAL

Lexington Catholic 27, Ryle 21

Quarterback Logan Verax had 226 passing yards and two rushing touchdowns, but couldn't lead the Raiders past Lexington Catholic on Friday night. Kaden Gardner was the top receiver with 153 yards and a touchdown. On defense, Luke Zimmerman, Dillon Smith and Landon Slomer each recorded a sack.

Ryle – 0 7 7 7 – 21

Lexington Catholic – 7 13 7 0 – 27

LC – Foster 42 pass from Wasik (DeGraff kick)

LC – Hall 3 run

R – Verax 11 run (Line kick)

LC – Foster 32 pass from Wasik (DeGraff kick)

R – Gardner 57 pass from Verax (Line kick)

LC – DeGraff 24 pass from Wasik (DeGraff kick)

R – Verax 1 run (Line kick)

Records: LC 1-0, R 0-1

Simon Kenton 56, Oldham County 16 - FINAL

Walton-Verona 31, Scott 14 - FINAL

Bishop Brossart 28, Dayton 18 - FINAL

Boone County 20, Russell 18 - FINAL

Mason County 48, Newport 6 - FINAL (Thursday)

Newport - 0 0 6 0 - 6

Mason County - 6 28 14 0 - 48

M – Chad Clark-Roberts 24 pass from Thomas (kick blocked)

M – Sanders 2 run (Caden Clark-Roberts run)

M – Caden Clark-Roberts 4 run (Pugh run)

M – Marshall 55 pass from Thomas (kick blocked)

M – Sanders 3 run (run failed)

N – Barber 70 interception return (run failed)

M – Chad Clark-Roberts 3 run (Chad Clark-Roberts run)

M – Routt 10 run (run failed)

Records: MC 1-0, N 0-1

More:Kentucky high school football: Newport falls to Mason County in head coach's debut

South Warren 49, Highlands 14 - FINAL

Beechwood 36, Fairdale 0 - FINAL

Pike Central 46, Pendleton County 12 - FINAL

Southeast Indiana

East Central 38, Lawrenceburg 3 - FINAL

Lawrenceburg - 0 0 0 3 - 3

East Central - 10 21 7 0 - 38

EC – McFee 27 FG

EC – Aston 4 pass from Burton (McFee kick)

EC – Ringer 14 run (McFee kick)

EC – Ringer 3 run (McFee kick)

EC – Brotherton 8 pass from Burton (McFee kick)

EC – Ohmer 26 pass from Burton (McFee kick)

L – Hinthorne 33 FG

Records: EC 1-0, L 0-1

More:Indiana high school football: East Central airs it out against Lawrenceburg in 38-3 win

South Dearborn 28, Jennings County 0 - FINAL

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