LISBON, Ohio (WKBN) – Jason Dukes scored 4 touchdowns to open up the season in Friday night’s 37-20 win for Struthers over Beaver Local.

It was the Beavers who found the scoreboard first, jumping out to a 7-0 lead when Austin Cline connected with Taylor Johnston for a touchdown reception.

Johnston, a junior wide receiver, would catch eight passes for a game-high 165 yards and two touchdowns.

This drive was quickly answered when Dukes scored his first touchdown of the game. Dukes would then follow that with back-to-back scores putting Struthers up 22-7 late in the second.

With 51 seconds remaining in the half, Cline found Johnston again making it an eight-point game for the Beavers.

Dukes opened up in the third with his fourth and final touchdown of the night to put Struthers up by two scores.

Mid-way through the fourth quarter, Cline connected with Tyler Prideau for a seven-yard touchdown reception for the Beavers, making it a ten-point game.

Cline finished the night 19-25 passing for 258 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. He also added 46 rushing yards to lead the team.

Late in the fourth, Devin Braham sealed the deal for Struthers with a five-yard touchdown run.

For Struthers, Dukes finished with 123 total yards and four scores while junior running back Devin Braham rushed for 125 yards on 17 carries and touchdown.

On defense for the Wildcats, linebacker Robert Carcelli recorded a sack and interception on the night.

Struthers (1-0) will visit Geneva in week two. Beaver Local (0-1) will visit Salem.

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