TWINSBURG, Ohio (WKBN) – South Range’s 11-game win streak ends as the defending state champion Raiders fall to top-ranked Perry, 32-0, in the Division V Region 17 championship tilt.
The Pirates (14-0) won their first regional title since 2016. Perry’s defense had allowed just over 6 points per game entering their matchup with the Raiders.
Perry accumulated 474 total yards led by Jayden Studio’s 214 rushing yards (2 TDs) and Walter Moses’ 162 passing yards on 6 of 9 tosses (2 TDs).
The Pirates will be matched against Canal Winchester Harvest Prep.
South Range finishes the season at 12-2.
Tristan Toy led the Raiders with 50 yards on 10 rushes. Aidan Dominguez also ran the ball 14 times for 46 yards.
Perry gets on the board first as Walter Moses’ 47-yard screen pass play to Brayden Richards goes the distance.
Moses crossed the goal line again, this time on a 1-yard quarterback sneak to extend the Pirates’ lead to 12-0 with 3:42 left to play in the first quarter.
Perry, once again, scores to open the lead even more as Owen McKoon goes in from a yard away.
The Pirates went into their bag of tricks as Perry scored on a halfback pass from Richards to Luke Sivon from 79 yards out.
With 18 seconds until halftime, Jayden Studio races 49 yards to extend Perry’s advantage to 32-0.
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