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September 18th, 2014
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VIDEO: Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett after his 6 TD passes against Kent State
Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett after his 6 TD passes against Kent State in a 66-0 victory for the Buckeyes on Saturday.
KENTON 26, ST. MARYS 7
ST. MARYS — The fourth quarter started so promising for the St. Marys football team, but it was Kenton that dominated the final 10 minutes of what had been a Western Buckeye League defensive struggle.
The Roughriders held Kenton’s five-wide spread attack in check for more than three quarters and the Roughrider offense drove the field to give St. Marys a brief one-point early fourth-quarter lead, but a barrage of three touchdowns in less than four minutes lifted Kenton to a 26-7 win.
Western Buckeye League
Kenton 26, St. Marys 7
Wapakoneta 17, Elida 0
Bath 42, Defiance 33
O-G 25, Celina 7
Van Wert 23, Shawnee 7
Midwest Athletic Conference
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The momentum from St. Marys’ Week 1 win over Sidney simply didn’t carry over into Week 2.
A two score deficit proved to be too much to overcome for the St. Marys football team in the fourth quarter after play resumed on Saturday afternoon. Shawnee handed the Roughriders a 34-20 loss in a Western Buckeye League opener.
VIDEO: Insider Report On Ohio State's Offensive Woes
The first week of college football wraps up with more questions than answers for Ohio State. Our insider, Dave Miller, joins Shae Peppler to discuss how the Buckeyes' offensive line is adjusting as they get set to square off against Virginia Tech, as well as how South Carolina's defense failed to impress in their season opener.
Thursday, Sept. 4
St. Marys at Celina
Bath at Van Wert
Wapakoneta at Defiance
Elida at Shawnee
O-G at Kenton
Video: Bengals ready for 2014 season.
ST. MARYS — The St. Marys football team gathered on the home sideline, their helmets held high from outstretched arms. They sang at the top of their lungs after slaying a 21-game losing streak with a 71-21 dismantling of the Sidney Yellow Jackets.
For most of the players it was the first time they’d ever celebrated a varsity football win. For Doug Frye, the moment encapsulated why he returned to the home sideline at Skip Baughman Stadium to coach the Roughriders.