BURTON, Ohio (WKBN) – Top-seeded South Range rolled over Perry, 49-21 Friday night in the Division V Regional Championship at Berkshire High School.

With the win, the Raiders will make their first appearance in the State Semifinals since 2017.

After a Perry turnover, South Range started the scoring on a two-yard touchdown run from Blake Ewert. The Raiders led 7-0 at the end of the first quarter.

South Range started the second quarter with an interception and scored to increase their advantage to 14-0. The Raiders extended their lead to 21-0 after a one-yard touchdown run by senior quarterback Billy Skripac.

The Pirates would get on the scoreboard in the third quarter when junior quarterback Brayden Richards scored from six yards out. Perry would trail 21-7.

South Range would answer with three more touchdowns in the third, increasing their lead to 42-7.

The winner will advance to the Division V State Semifinals next Friday night to face the winner of Liberty Center (13-0) and Elmwood (12-1). That game will be played at Clyde High School at 7 p.m.

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