YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Warren JFK scored 26 unanswered points in a game that was called with over nine minutes remaining to defeat Champion, 26-7.

It was Champion that broke through first with a long Carter Boggs touchdown run that put the Flashes up 7-0 midway through the first quarter.

A Riley Littler field goal was the Eagles’ first score of the season, cutting the lead to 7-3.

JFK then went on a bit of a run putting three touchdowns on the board in the first half.

Late in the first quarter, Bolchalk connected with Noah Elser for a touchdown to give JFK their first lead of the season.

Early in the second, Bolchalk hit Marcus Komora with a bomb from midfield for a long touchdown pass to extend the lead to 17-7.

Bolchalk’s second touchdown connection with Elser came late in the second quarter on a fourth down play, giving the Eagles a 24-7 lead.

After closing out the first half on a 24-0 run, Warren JFK led 24-7 at the half.

After a scoreless third quarter, a JFK safety early in the fourth quarter extended the lead by two points.

The game was moved to a delay with just over nine minutes remaining in the game due to lightning. After attempting to wait out the storm, the game was ultimately called due to continuing severe weather in the area.

Champion (0-1) will visit Rootstown in week two. Warren JFK (1-0) will host Garfield.

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