Week 7 football roundup: New Philadelphia shuts out Madison

New Philadelphia 21, Mansfield Madison 0

NEW PHILADELPHIA — Trevor Bean scored on a pair of short scoring runs, Keaton Fausel threw a touchdown pass and the New Philadelphia defense took care of the rest.

New Philadelphia's Thad VanArsdalen, shown in an earlier game, had two interceptions and a fumble recovery in the Quakers' win over Mansfield Madison on Friday night.
New Philadelphia's Thad VanArsdalen, shown in an earlier game, had two interceptions and a fumble recovery in the Quakers' win over Mansfield Madison on Friday night.

The Quakers (4-3, 3-2 Ohio Cardinal Conference) won for the second consecutive week, holding the Rams (0-7, 0-4) to 231 total yards and forcing seven turnovers, including five interceptions.

Fausel completed 7-of-18 passes for 54 yards, including a 15-yard scoring strike to Jordy Delacruz with less than two minutes elapsed in the game.

Bean added a 1-yard run later in the quarter, then scored from the same distance in the fourth quarter. He finished with 83 yards on 23 carries.

Defensively, Thad VanArsdalen intercepted two passes and recovered a fumble for the Quakers. Dakota McCune, Zach Rothrock and Delacruz also picked off passes and Willy Wallace had the other fumble recovery.

Zane Wynn led Madison with 71 yards rushing on 17 carries, while Cameron Kuhn completed 17 of 33 passes for 139 yards.

Garaway 17, Indian Valley 0

SUGARCREEK ― Garaway (7-0, 2-0 IVC) remained unbeaten, holding visiting Indian Valley to 104 total yards of offense.

Logan Yoder connected with Brady Roden on a pair of touchdown passes, including one where Roden caught a tipped pass in the end zone, and Jayce Wallick added two PATs and a 26-yard field goal.

Yoder was 7-for-17 through the air for 94 yards, while Roden caught three passes for 70 yards. Ethan Miller led the Pirates on the ground with 35 rushing attempts for 166 yards.

Roden also intercepted two Indian Valley passes, thwarting drives, while Wyatt Wallick led Garaway with five tackles.

Indian Valley's leading rusher, Gavin Henry, was held to 0 yards on seven carries, while Grady Kinsey led the Braves (4-3, 1-1) with 41 yards on nine attempts. Sam Carter completed 5-of-14 passes for 31 yards.

Claymont 35, Tusky Valley 0

ZOARVILLE ― AJ Bowsher rushed for 215 yards and two touchdowns and Graydon Mooneyham passed for three scores as Claymont defeated the Trojans.

Mooneyham was 14-for-23 through the air for 152 yards. Alec Terakedis caught five passes for 77 yards and Brody Moreland had four receptions for 52 yards and all three TDs as the Mustangs (3-4, 1-1 IVC) rolled up 411 yards of offense.

Bowsher's scoring runs covered 13 and 35 yards.

Drew Fox intercepted a pass for the Mustangs.

Cole Clements completed 13-of-34 passes for 136 yards on the night, while Jessie Carr had 15 carries for 71 yards rushing to lead Tusky Valley (1-6, 0-2). The area's leading receiver, Beau Wolf, caught seven passes for 29 yards.

Malvern 28, Buckeye Trail 20

LORE CITY ― Jared Witherow passed for 255 yards and three touchdowns to lead Malvern past Buckeye Trail.

Witherow was 13-for-20 through the air, with KJ Wafler his favorite target. Wafler caught six passes for 165 yards and all three touchdowns. One of Wafler's TD receptions was a 58-yard pass from Dylan Phillips. Rodney Smith added four catches for 88 yards.

Witherow was also the leading rusher for Malvern (6-1, 2-0 IVC) with 98 yards on 16 carries.

The Hornets rolled up 463 total yards of offense and held Buckeye Trail (1-6, 1-1) to 310. Nick Neuhart led the Warriors with 23 rushes for 121 yards and two touchdowns, and he completed 9-of-15 passes fro 149 yards and another score.

East Canton 21, Strasburg 6

STRASBURG ― East Canton quarterback Brennan Betz was 20-of-27 passing for 282 yards and a touchdown as the Hornets defeated Strasburg.

Toby Schrader caught four passes from Betz for 132 yards and a touchdown, which covered 72 yards.

Betz also rushed for a touchdown, and Olly Schrader's 1-yard run in the fourth quarter completed the scoring for East Canton (3-4, 1-1 IVC).

Strasburg's (0-7, 0-2) touchdown came on an 88-yard kickoff return by Parker Edwards.

Beaver Local 65, Harrison Central 7

CADIZ — Hayden Cassidy passed for 118 yards, including a touchdown covering 19 yards to Parker Hutton, but visiting Beaver Local scored got four scores from its defense.

The Beavers (5-2) returned three interceptions for touchdowns and scored a safety during the game.

Alliance 47, Carrollton 17

CARROLLTON — Alliance broke open a close game by scoring 27 points in the final 15 minutes and forced five Carrollton turnovers.

Alliance (6-1, 2-0 Eastern Buckeye Conference) quarterback Brendan Zurbrugg completed 17-of-19 passes for 223 yards and two first-half touchdowns, while amassing 137 rushing yards in 17 attempts, scoring twice in the second half.

Carrollton (5-2, 1-1) ran the ball effectively, finishing with 313 yards. Halfback Chase Oehlstrom and fullback Brock Smith both scored long rushing touchdowns.

Oehlstrom, who entered the game with 1,069 rushing yards this season and nearly 5,000 for his career, led both teams with 196 yards on the ground in 29 attempts. He broke loose for a 47-yard touchdown run with 3:13 left in the second quarter.

But the Warriors fumbled the ball five times, losing four.


In other games, Newcomerstown defeated Tuscarawas Central Catholic 30-0, Salem defeated Minerva 48-13 and Ridgewood defeated Sandy Valley 47-30. Details of those games were not available.

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This article originally appeared on The Times-Reporter: Tuscarawas County high school football roundup for Week 7.