New Bremen 28, Mississinawa Valley 8
NEW BREMEN – The Cardinals scored four touchdowns in the first quarter to take an early lead in a dominating performance on Friday in a home non-conference contest.
New Bremen had 404 yards of offense, with 237 on the ground and 167 through the air.
Nolan Bornhorst accounted for all passing yards by completing 6 of 13 passes with four touchdowns and one interception. He also ran for 32 yards on three carries. Justin Tenkman led New Bremen rushing-wise with 79 yards on nine carries with one TD.
Bornhorst threw 16-yard and 28-yard touchdown passes to Grant Selby and a 58-yard yard TD pass to Logan Suchland in the first quarter. Tenkman also scored on a 28-yard run to help the Cardinals amass a 28-0 lead.
Mitchell Hays scored on a 29-yard touchdown run with 4:06 left in the second and Bornhorst threw a 47-yard TD pass to Bryce Blickle right before halftime to put a running clock on in the second half.
The Blackhawks had 197 yards of offense. Nicholas Wells led New Bremen with four tackles.
Mississinawa Valley (1-1) will host Bradford (0-2) next Friday in a Cross County Conference battle.
(From the Sidney Daily News)
National Trail 6, Arcanum 3
NEW PARIS – National Trail handed Arcanum its second straight loss to begin the 2018 high school football season.
The Blazers won the low scoring contest 6-3 on Friday night on their home field to improve to 2-0 on the season. They won their season-opener 52-21 over Sidney Lehman Catholic on Aug, 24.
The Trojans (0-2) lost their season-opener against Jamestown Greeneview last week, 49-27.
Arcanum will host Darke County and Cross County Conference rival Ansonia (1-1) this Friday night.
Troy Christian 42, Bradford 0
TROY – Brady Clawson had two touchdowns receptions and Evan Bryant and Nathan Waltz each had rushing touchdowns in the first half as host Troy Christian shut out Bradford, 42-0 on Friday night.
The Eagles improved to 2-0 with the win, while the Railroaders fell to 0-2. Bradford hits the road again this Friday heading west to Mississinawa Valley for a Cross County Conference contest.