GIRARD, Ohio (WKBN) – South Range and Girard both rolled into Friday night after wins in week one, each hoping to come away undefeated at the end of the night.
South Range started the game strong – coming out to big lead over the Indians 21-6 in the second quarter. They added to the lead as Michael Patrone connected with Luke Blasko for a 7-yard striking, putting the Raiders up 28-6.
However, Girard went to halftime with the momentum as the Indians threw a 38-yard bomb with 2 seconds left to cut the lead to 28-14.
Girard came out after halftime still feeling good as Dominic Bengala rolled for 36-yards and made things a big closer in the third quarter – South Range still held a 28-21 lead.
Both offenses continued to be busy in the third quarter, South Range responded as Billy Skripac scampered in for 6-yards out, the Raiders extended the lead to 35-21.
The Indians kept fighting with the help of a 49-yard run ripped off by Dominic Malito, making it a one score game, 35-28, however that didn’t last long. South Range’s Cory Penick responded with a 41-yard TD putting the Raiders up 42-28.
The Raiders offense was too much for the Indians, as South Range ends victorious 56-28 and moves to 2-0 on the season.
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