NEW MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Springfield has dominated Lowellville the last decade, winning nine straight, holding the Rockets to single digit points in six of those nine wins.

But this year, the tables had turned.

The Springfield Tigers took their third loss in a row at home on Friday against Lowellville, who remains undefeated through week four.

The Rockets were led by Vinny Ballone who finished the game with 336 passing yards and five touchdowns. He also contributed 71 yards on the ground.

Lowellville’s Matt Lucido had four receptions for 104 yards and Brady Bunofsky had nine receptions for 104 yards.

Within the first two minutes, Lowellville senior Brady Bunofsky walked the ball into the end zone to take the early lead.

The game remained close throughout the first half. Springfield ended up taking a late lead in the second quarter when Tigers’ QB Kolten Ruark hit a long pass to Nick Gardner to score.

Lowellville eventually took the lead back in the second half. But, Springfield makes a big play in the fourth quarter.

Gardner catches an important 4th and 6 play for his third score of the night to get the touchdown and shorten the Rockets’ lead. It wasn’t enough.

Lowellville secured the win after Ballone catches an interception that leads to a Rockets’ touchdown within two plays. Matthew Lucido scored securing the lead late in the game.

The Rockets weren’t done, Anthony Lucente scored the winning touchdown in the final minute.

Lowellville wins 42-24, breaking the 12 year losing streak.

Springfield drops to 0-4. Lowellville remains undefeated with a record 4-0.

Next week, Lowellville faces Jackson-Milton on the road and the Tigers head to Mineral Ridge.

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