Mayfield routs Fairview in Class A Ky. championship
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. -- Mayfield's Jonathan Jackson totaled 334 yards and four touchdowns as the Cardinals cruised past Fairview, 55-8, in the Kentucky high school football Class A state championship Friday.
It was Mayfield's ninth state title and second in three years.
Jackson, a senior running back/linebacker, ran 19 times for 278 yards and three scores, caught one pass for 56 yards and a touchdown and tallied five tackles on defense.
Mayfield quarterback Jake Guhy was 7-of-14 passing for 175 yards and two touchdowns.
Mayfield forced Fairview into eight fumbles, recovering five of them.
Fairview's Chris Brewer ran 16 times for 148 yards. Fellow running back Devon Turner added 47 yards on nine carries.
LOU. CENTRAL 12, BELFRY 6 OT: Quarterback Sydney Tedford hit receiver Marcel Malone with a 15-yard touchdown pass in overtime to give the Yellowjackets the Kentucky Class 3A championship in Bowling Green, Ky.
Central won its fifth title in six years, the third straight time the Yellowjackets have beaten the Pirates in the final.
The touchdown pass came after Central's defense stopped Belfry on fourth down on its overtime possession.
Belfry running back Austin Hatfield rushed for 105 yards on 19 carries in the loss.
HIGHLANDS 47, COLLINS 0: Donovan McCoy passed for two touchdowns and ran for two more as Fort Thomas Highlands won its sixth consecutive Class 4A championship.
Highlands got the win despite the absence of longtime coach Dale Mueller, who was in New York because of a family death. Defensive coordinator Brian Weinrich filled in for Mueller.
Defensive end Seth Hope led the Bluebirds with nine tackles, including five sacks.
CLINTON-MASSIE 46, ST. CLAIRSVILLE 36: Bayle Wolf ran for 220 yards and scored five touchdowns to lead Clinton-Massie to the Ohio Division IV championship in Canton, Ohio.
Wolf scored on a 9-yard run and 36-yard pass from Peter Uetrecht in the first three minutes for the Falcons (15-0). They totaled 822 points this year, a state record for any level.
Wolf intercepted a pass with 1:30 left to help preserve the win.
MARIA STEIN 28, NEWARK CATHOLIC 21: Hunter Wilker scored on a 1-yard run with 21 seconds left Friday as Maria Stein Marion Local won the Ohio Division VI championship in Massillon, Ohio. It was Maria Stein's sixth state title.
Wilker, a freshman wide receiver, had three TD runs as the Flyers (13-2) repeated as champions.
Nate Nagel broke up a potential tying pass in the end zone with no time left.
TOLEDO CC 16, TROTWOOD-MADISON 12: Amir Edwards rushed for 185 yards and two touchdowns to help Toledo Central Catholic win its second Ohio Division II championship in Massillon, Ohio.
The 14-1 Fighting Irish held Trotwood-Madison running back Isreal Green to 56 yards on 14 carries Friday night. A year ago, Green had 326 yards and six touchdowns when the Rams won the title.