Sandusky beans Lima Senior in overtime

Heading into Friday's fourth quarter against Greater Buckeye Conference opponent Lima Senior, Sandusky faced a 14-0 deficit.
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

Heading into Friday's fourth quarter against Greater Buckeye Conference opponent Lima Senior, Sandusky faced a 14-0 deficit.

The Streaks finished when it mattered most.

Eric Jordan carried 39 times for 240 yards and backup quarterback Zach Esposito threw a12-yard touchdown pass in overtime asSandusky rallied for a 21-14 win.

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Clyde 50, Margaretta 7

That's right, Clyde 50, Margaretta 7. The Clyde Fliers had four touchdowns called back in a Sandusky Bay Conference road game at Margaretta Friday, but still managed to put up a half-a-century of points in a 50-7 victory over the Polar Bears.

Life is good, and the Fliers improved to 6-1 overall and 4-0 in the SBC while Margaretta fell to 2-5 overall and 2-2 in the SBC.

St. Paul 78, South Central 6

Another drubbing -- St. Paul put a record 40 points on the board in the first quarter en route to another record -- 78 -- for the game in man-handling South Central on their homecoming night, 78-6 Friday for a Firelands Conference win.

The 76 points broke the school record by six points.

Upper Sandusky 36, Norwalk 0

Upper Sandusky got Ram tough on the Truckers Friday night. The Upper Sandusky Rams celebrated homecoming Friday night with a 36-0 thrashing of the Norwalk Truckers in Northern Ohio League play.

The Rams improved to 2-5 overall and 1-3 in the NOL, while Norwalk dropped to 0-7 and 0-4.

Perkins 38, Edison 7

Perkins is riding a six-game winning streak for the first time since running off 26 consecutive victories in a two-year span (1999-2000).

The Pirates spotted Edison an early 7-0 lead, then exploded for 38 points in succession Friday on Homecoming night.

Western Reserve 29, Monroeville 28

At Monroeville, Clyde Hartley ignited Western Reserve's second-half comeback and finished it with a conversion run for the winning points.

Crestview 33, New London 6

At New London, Ashland Crestview's defense cdefense limited the Wildcats to just three first downs, and 18 yards of total offense.

New London's only score came with 6:45 remaining in the third period as Andrew Davis returned a kickoff 75 yards for a touchdown.