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CLEVELAND, Ohio - Here is how the teams in the Ohio Super 25 fared on Friday night.

No. 1 Cincinnati Colerain 52, Syacamore 7

Colerain junior quarterback Gunnar Leyendecker returned to the lineup after missing last week with injuries. Leyendecker left the game after re-injuring an ankle on the second series. The offense did not miss a beat as Cardinals scored on their first seven possessions. Colerain rushed for 302 yards and five rushing touchdowns.

Monaco Caldwell rushed for 95 yards and two touchdowns. Backup sophomore quarterback Deante Moore threw for a touchdown and rushed for two more.

Senior safety Deontae Jones returned an interception 57 yards for a touchdown.

Colerain (5-0) hosts Mason on Sept. 30.

No. 2 Huber Heights Wayne 58, Clayton Northmont 26

Wayne pulled away in the second half for the victory. Wayne's Dewayne Morris blocked a punt and recovered the ball for touchdown. He also had an interception return for a touchdown.

Wayne had a strong night rushing the ball. Josh Foster and Matthew Wilcox each rushed for two touchdowns. Frederick Pitts had a 84-yard touchdown run

Wayne jumped out to a 12-0 lead but then trailed 20-12.

Wayne will travel to Centerville on Sept. 30.

No. 4 Stow 63, Nordonia 28

Stow led 35-0 at the half. Kyle Vantrease threw two first-half touchdowns to Joe Andrassy. Terrain Wray also rushed for two first half touchdown.

No. 8 Cincinnati St. Xavier 21, No. 5 Archbishop Moeller 14

Moeller got within a touchdown when quarterback Evan Ernst scored on a sneak with 3:24 remaining. Moeller drove late but St. Xavier's Jacob Berkley intercepted a pass to seal the victory.

St. Xavier led 21-0 with 6:30 left in the third quarter when R.J. Kayo set a Moeller school record with 99-yard kickoff return.

St. Xavier led 14-0 at the half. Andrew Wittrock caught two touchdown passes. Sean Clifford scored on a 1-yard quarterback sneak in the third quarter.

No. 6 La Salle 20, Cincinnati Winton Woods 13

La Salle's Jarell White returned an interception 55 yards for a touchdown. Quarterback Griffin Merrit threw a 61-yard and 23-yard touchdown passes to Christian Turner.

La Salle (3-2) will host No. 5 Archbishop Moeller on Sept. 30.

No. 10 Olentangy Liberty 33, Pickerington North 28

Trailing with 7:11 to play, Liberty faced a fourth and 18. Will Fowler caught a pass then pitched it to Johnny Wiseman who took the ball all the way to end zone. The Liberty defense held the rest of the quarter for the victory.

Earlier in the game, Wiseman scored for Liberty on a 50-yard reverse.

North's Noah Evan had rushed for a touchdown to give the Panthers the lead. North quarterback Jimmy Weirick scrambled for a touchdown and threw for two more.

Liberty hosts Westerville Central in Sept. 30.

No. 11 Toledo Central Catholic 49, No. 20 Toledo Whitmer 28

Central Catholic running back Mike Warren rushed for four touchdowns in the first half as the Irish led 42-14 at the half. Warren finished the game with 280 yards and five touchdowns.

The win was Central Catholic's 23rd straight Three Rivers Athletic Conference victory.

Whittier's Riley Keller threw a touchdown pass to Shoe Sanders.

Central Catholic (5-0) hosts Fremont Ross on Sept. 30 while Whitmer (3-2) travels to Clay.

Columbus Bishop Hartley 45, No. 12 Worthington Kilbourne 14

Bishop Hartley had 391 first half yards to Kilbourne's 14 as the Hawks led 34-0 at the half.

Cam' Ron Culver rushed for 56-yard touchdown and intercepted two passes for the Hawks. Marquette Dixon rushed for 65-yard and 15-yard touchdowns. Jake Ruby threw a 38-yard touchdown to Jaden Manley.

Kilbourne (4-1) will travel to Delaware Hayes on Sept. 30.

No. 13 Cincinnati Elder 42, University Prep (PA) 0

Elder quarterback Michael Bittner and Tiara Dailey each rushed for two touchdowns. Jack Mazza also rushed for a touchdown.

Elder (4-1) hosts No. 8 St. Xavier on Sept. 30.

No. 16 Dublin Coffman 31, Gahanna-Lincoln 13

Dublin Coffman scored 21 points in the second quarter to pull away. Trailing 6-3 entering the second quarter, Casey Kirk rushed for 86-yard touchdown and caught a 71-yard score. Quarterback Drew Hodgson also threw a touchdown pass to Michael Drennen.

Kirk later rushed for another touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Dublin-Coffman (4-1) will travel to Marysville on Sept. 30

No. 17 Avon 35, Westlake 21

No. 18 Trotwood-Madison 44, Greenville 0

Trotwood-Madison's first score came on a blocked punt. William McDaniel rushed for a 80-yard touchdown

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