New Richmond remains the county’s only undefeated high school varsity football squad.
New Richmond (4-0) won a non-division contest of the Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) over visiting Williamsburg (1-3) 47-7.
Scoring for the Lions were Andrew Nealan and Garrett Myers (two touchdowns), Mike Maupin and Nick Williams (one) and Myers passed to Brian Mazzaro for one. Zach Ritter kicked the extra points.
Glen Este (3-1) beat Amelia (1-3) 28-0 in a non-division game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference played on the winners' turf.
The Trojans led at the end of each period 7-0, 14-0, and 21-0. Junior Collin Pitman tallied twice for GE on an 18-yard return of a pass interception and a three-yard run. Dan Shepherd scored on a six-yard toss from Shane Seckman and Dan Gibbs scored on a 15-yard run. Ryan Apel kicked all four conversion points.
Milford (2-2) easily erased Woodward 50-0 on the winners' turf. This was a non-league game.
The Eagles were in control from the get-go 12-0, 33-0, and 40-0. Junior Nathan Termuhlen hit paydirt four times for the Red and White on runs of four, five, one, and eight yards. Reggie Carson registered a TD on a 70-yard romp, Shawn Taylor on a one-yard plunge, and Jackson Casto on a one-yard toss from Frank Sullivan. Kenny Shields kicked a 28-yard field goal and Jake Costa kicked five points after.
Bethel-Tate (2-2) lambasted Landmark Christian 41-14 in a non-league homecoming encounter in Tiger Town.
The Red and Gray held sway all the way 14-0, 20-0, and 35-0. Kameron Wilson, senior wing back, powered over the goal line on dashes of seven, five and 50-yards. Zach Mullins scored from eight and 61 yards, and Spencer Sutter made a six-pointer on a 62-yard pass from Eric Shinkle. Sutter converted three kicks and Mullins ran for two.
Goshen (2-2) retained its King of the Road (state Route 28) trophy by beating Blanchester's Wildcats 21-14.
The visiting Warriors were on top after each stop 14-0, 21-6, and 21-14. Recording the TDs for Goshen in this non-division game of the SBC were senior David Prewitt on a pair of five-yard sprints and Marcus Casey on a 60-yard burst. Josh Webb kicked three.
Batavia (2-2) eked out a 21-20 verdict over Clermont Northeastern (0-4). This SBC non-division fray took place at Batavia.
The Green and White was ahead after each rest 14-6, 14-6, and 14-14. Senior back Cody Geer scored for Batavia on runs of 11 and 15 yards and Aaron Wood returned a pass interception 40 yards for the other TD. Jordan Richardson kicked all three points after. Crossing the goal line for CNE was junior quarterback Ken Thompson on a four-yard sprint, Austin Tieke on a nine-yard pass from Thompson, and David Brausch on a two-yard plunge. Josh McGowan scored two extra points.
Following the final CNE TD with two minutes and 29 seconds remaining, the Rockets passed for two points, but it was swiped by Wood.