Nathan Kline scored a team-high 21 points as the Beavers begin their season with a victory.
The Eagles topped Campbell 60-44 Tuesday night.
Gabe Simpson scored a game-high 24 points to lead Warren Harding to a 79-52 win over Boardman Tuesday night.
Tomlin’s remarks were in contrast to what Roethlisberger offered on his weekly radio appearance on 93.7 The Fan.
Mike Pettine still hasn’t decided if he’ll re-insert Johnny Manziel, recently benched for off-field antics.
The Irish duo is joined by Cardinal Mooney’s Andrew Armstrong and Salem’s Max Righetti on the First Team.
Esarco racked up 81 tackles with two sacks, one interception, and a forced fumble for the Cardinals during the regular season.
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Will Hill returned a blocked field goal 64 yards for a touchdown as time expired.
Canfield is off to a 3-1 start after getting a win over Ravenna Monday night.
The Lady Eagles’ India Snyder scores 27 for the second consecutive game.
Madison Durkin scored in double-figures to help South Range top Western Reserve Monday night.
Pittsburgh (6-5) is right in the middle of the chaos wondering how it let a winnable game slip away so convincingly in a 39-30 loss.
The Beavers have produced two winning seasons within the last three years.
Springfield lost a ton of talent to graduation but return one of the area’s most dynamic players in Graham Mincher.
Girard has won 39 games overall in the past two seasons.
Kennedy Catholic features one of the area’s best players – Sag Konate.
Ursuline returns a bevy of talented guards from last year’s 23 win team.
Bobby Hain was named the Horizon League Player of the Week Monday after averaging over 19 points per game last week.
Cardinal Mooney grad Zak Kennedy was named to the Missouri Valley Football Conference’s First-Team Monday by the league.