Walsh 42, Alderson Broaddus 39
In a back-and-forth Great Midwest Athletic Conference game, quarterback Nick Gassman's 2-yard touchdown run with 57 seconds left in the game, lifted Walsh over Alderson Broaddus at Tom Benson Stadium on Saturday.
The Cavaliers (3-6, 3-4) and Battlers (3-7, 2-5) exchanged the lead six times, including five times in the second half.
Gassman's run and Kasey Tingler's extra point, capped a nine-play drive that gave Walsh the three-point lead. Gassman also threw for three touchdowns, completing 23-of-35 passes for 264 yards.
Koby Adu-Poku put Walsh ahead 14-0 with two rushing touchdowns in the first quarter. Alderson Broaddus responded with 20 second-quarter points to take a 26-21 halftime lead. In the second half, five combined touchdowns came down to a potential game-tying Battlers' field-goal attempt from 51-yards out. Austin Hampton's kick as the clock expired hit the crossbar.
Adu-Poku rushed for a game-high 190 yards on 26 carries.
Findlay 63, Malone 17
Matt Blasiole's (Lake) 2-yard touchdown run put Malone ahead 7-0 at Findlay, but 1:31 later that lead was erased and the Oilers scored nine touchdowns to hand the Pioneers a G-MAC loss. It was the second-most points allowed in Malone (2-7, 1-6) program history.
With Findlay (7-3, 5-2) ahead 14-7, Malone answered with three points on a drive capped by Marcus Moeller's 21-yard field goal. After that, the Oilers scored 49 unanswered points until Xavier Garland scored late in the fourth quarter for Malone.
Oberlin 47, Hiram 44 (2OT)
The Yeoman (2-7, 2-6) snapped a six-game losing streak, using two overtimes to beat host Hiram in a North Coast Athletic Conference game. Melvin Briggs scored the game-winner after Hiram had taken a 44-41 lead in the second overtime on a field goal by Alex Warren-Green. Briggs' 4-yard touchdown run ended a game in which the junior running back ran for a season-high 213 yards on 18 carries.
Senior back Isaiah Jones (Kent Roosevelt) rushed for four touchdowns and 141 yards for the Terriers (2-7, 1-7) including one on Hiram's first possession in overtime.
Denison 66, Wooster 18
The Big Red (7-2, 7-1) rolled visiting Wooster in a NCAC game in Granville and evened its all-time record with the Scots (5-4, 4-4) at 40-40-7.