Bailey rushes for 282 yards; Brookfield wins their 7th

Brookfield has won five of their last six games.

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WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – Brookfield’s defense forced 4 turnovers as the Warriors knocked off Champion, 28-6

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Brookfield won five of their last six contests as they finish the regular season with a 7-3 mark. Xavier Bailey completed 3 of 4 passes for 24 yards and a score. Bailey scored on two long runs (94, 95) as he compiled 282 yards on 16 carries. Alex Clark also ran for 58 yards on 19 attempts.

The Warriors outgained Champion 373 yards to 225 in total yards.

In 2016, the Warriors achieved another winning campaign – that’s six consecutive seasons with a combined winning percentage of 78.8%.

Champion’s Noah Bayus and Brandon Allen each had 53 yards rushing. Allen completed 6 passes for 80 yards including a fourth quarter strike to Jerry Sabo for six points.

Champion’s stats courtesy of Joe Batcho; Brookfield’s stats courtesy of Bobby Leon

Scoring Chart
Second Quarter
B – Chad Filipovich, 10-yard TD catch from Xavier Bailey (8:42, B 6-0)
B – Xavier Bailey, 94-yard TD run (6:42, B 12-0)
B – Noah Willrich, 35-yard interception return (4:29, B 20-0)
Fourth Quarter
C – Jerry Sabo, 15-yard TD catch from Brandon Allen (6:21, B 20-6)
B – Xavier Bailey, 95-yard TD run (2:02, B 28-6)
Final Score: Brookfield, 28-6

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