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Updated: Triad holds off the 'Burg; Tigers pull out late win - Week 6 in Friday Night Football

BHS Homecoming CourtOn 98.3 WPKO it was a tale of two halves as undefeated Triad opened up a 21-0 lead on Mechanicsburg before weathering a second half comeback by the host Indians, winning at the end 21-18. Triad is now 6-0 and the Indians 4-2.  Receiver Doug Lowe caught two touchdown passes and sophomore quarterback Trent McIntrye rushed for a 68-yard score for the Cardinals. Indians receiver Brandon Purk hauled in two TD catches and Aeryton Erwin scored for the home team.

*Triad senior Tre McIntyre was carted off the field with a broken leg in the 2nd quarter. He will miss the rest of the season.

Tipp City spoiled Bellefontaine’s homecoming game on 1390 WBLL, rolling to a 49-19 win, stopping the Chieftains two-game winning streak and moving their own record to 6-0. The Chiefs fall to 3-3.

The Red Devils led 28-13 at the half, then used their ground game to take complete control. The winners did not attempt a pass after halftime.

Tipp City finished with 495 yards in total offense. Bellefontaine tallied 262 yards.

Red Devils senior running back Jacob Hall rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns.

Bellefontaine junior running back Jordan Baughman was named the Steve Austin's Player of the Game. He had 69 yards rushing and caught eight passes for 85 yards.

Rian Lopez returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter.

Jake Kennedy had TD passes to A.J. Gorham and Hayden Nease.

The Chiefs will visit Kenton Ridge next Friday.

The Red Devils will host Dayton Stebbins.

In the PeakofOhio.com bonus web-streaming game, Indian Lake went on the road and knocked off Graham 30-6. The Lakers are now 2-4, as the Falcons fall to 1-5.

Other scores:

West Liberty-Salem edged host Greeneview 37-34.

Senior kicker Gabe Lawson hit a game-winning 20-yard field goal with 6 seconds remaining in the contest.

The Tigers erased a 15-point second-half deficit.

West Liberty-Salem moves to 6-0, 3-0.

Northeastern rolled over Springfield Catholic 48-13. The Jets are 3-3; the Irish are 0-6.

Cedarville outpaced Southeastern 39-13 to improve to 5-1, while Southeastern falls to 1-5.

Benjamin Logan mounted a furious comeback late, but fell just short in a point-fest against host Northwestern 48-47.

The Raiders outscored the Warriors 16-0 in the final quarter.

David Wenger led the attack with 157 yards rushing.

The Raiders are 0-6, Northwestern 3-3.

Fort Loramie is now 5-1 after blasting Ridgemont 56-6. The Gophers are 2-3.

Riverside treated homecoming fans to a resounding victory, rolling over Upper Scioto Valley 50-20. Both teams are now 3-3.

Pirates sophomore running back Connor Cotterman had 220 yards rushing on 32 carries. He tallied four touchdowns.

Tanner Lane rushed for 106 yards and Ryan Davidson delivered a 65-yard interception return.

Waynesfield-Goshen picked up their first win of the season against five losses, beating Lima Perry 14-6. Perry falls to 1-5.

Sidney is now 4-2 with a 42-28 home win over 2-4 Troy.

In a battle of unbeatens, Springfield Shawnee topped Kenton Ridge 28-14.

Tecumseh edged Dayton Stebbins 17-14.

Urbana dominated Greenon 40-7.

Kenton beat Ottawa-Glandorf 34-10.

Wapakoneta blitzed Defiance 52-7.

Elida defeated Lima Shawnee 19-12.

Lehman rolled past Dayton Jefferson 42-14.

Minster outscored Anna 41-34.

Coldwater blasted rival St. Henry 35-6.

Marysville knocked off Olentangy Liberty 31-21.

Miami East shut out Bethel 51-0.

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