WESTWOOD, Ky. — Cole Pennington accomplished 12 of 15 passes for 199 yards and three touchdowns and ran for an additional rating to steer Lexington Sayre (8-0) to a 48-14 victory over Fairview (2-6) Friday night time in highschool soccer.
The son of Spartans head coach and former Marshall and NFL star Chad Pennington, threw TD passes to Ford Webb, Trey Dennis and Cory Givens. Caleb Kern and Jackson Marshall ran for touchdowns.
The Eagles have been inside 14-6 after Tanner Johnson’s 4-yard landing move to Jeremy Harper at 2:29 of the primary quarter, however 58 seconds later Cole Pennington threw a 23-yard scoring move to Dennis to start out a 34-0 Sayre run.
Johnson threw a 26-yard landing move to Cody Caldwell within the closing seconds, then ran for the two-point conversion to set the rating. Johnson ran for 113 yards and accomplished 10 of 16 passes for 99 yards.
Marshall led the Spartans with 70 yards dashing. Dennis caught three passes for 88 yards as Sayre joined Elizabethtown and Owensboro as the one undefeated groups in Kentucky this season.
LEXINGTON SAYRE 20 21 7 0 — 48
S — Kern 1 run (Farish kick)
S — Webb 9 move from Pennington (Farish kick)
F — Harper 4 move from Johnson (run failed)
S — Dennis 23 move from Pennington (kick failed)
S –Pennington 2 run (Farish kick)
S — Givens 21 move from Pennington (Farish kick)
S — Marshall 47 run (Farish kick)
F — Caldwell 26 move from Johnson (Johnson run)
RUSSELL 41, RACELAND 21: The visiting Crimson Devils turned three Rams turnovers into touchdowns in a triumph within the Rail Bowl.
Raceland led 7-0 after Connor Hughes’ 2-yard toouchdown run at 5:42 of the primary quarter, however 57 seconds later Charlie Jachimczuk’s 64-yard TD move to Mason Lykins tied it.
The Crimson Devils pulled forward 14-7 on Ethan Osborne’s 9-yard landing run, then prolonged the result in 20-7 on Osborne’s 16-yard scoring scamper with 5:03 left within the third quarter. Nathan Conley adopted 2:17 later with a 7-yard TD run to make it 27-7.
Russell made it 34-7 on a 26-yard scoring move from Jachimczuk to Lykins with 51 seconds remaining within the third quarter. Paul Fannin caught a 22-yard landing move from Connor Hughes at 8:49 of the fourth quarter to drag Raceland inside 34-14, however Conley’s 46-yard landing run at 7:14 of the fourth squashed any hopes of a comeback by the Rams.
MAN 19, BUFFALO 14: The Hillbillies (4-4), taking part in their fourth sport in 10 days, edged the host Bison (5-2) in a defensive battle.
Buffalo took a 7-0 lead on Chase Lovejoy’s 25-yard landing run at 2:11 of the primary quarter. Man pulled inside 7-6 on the primary play of the second quarter when Cameron Frye scored from the 9. Frye caught two TD passes within the second half to offer the Hillbillies a 19-7 lead.
Dalton Jones returned a kickoff 65 yards for a landing with 2:14 left to set the rating.
Lovejoy ran 13 instances for 80 yards for Buffalo. Frye gained 41 yards on eight makes an attempt for Man, which additionally acquired 45 yards on 18 carries by Joshua Moody.
WHEELERSBURG 2, GRANDVIEW HEIGHTS 1: The Pirates (21-0) received a Division III regional championship Saturday with a victory over the visiting Bobcats.
Grandview Heights took a 1-0 lead 1:51 earlier than halftime, however Braxton Sammons scored off an help by Aaron Jolly within the forty seventh minute to tie it. Sammons scored the profitable objective within the 67th minute off a corner-kick help by Nathan Sylvia.