COLUMBUS McKinley and Marlington each lead their respective computer regions in the initial release of the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s weekly football computer ratings Tuesday.
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TIME 1 p.m.; Saturday
SITE Bedford Bearcat Stadium
RECORDS Aquinas 2-1; Trinity 1-2
LAST WEEK Marlington 17, Aquinas 14; South Range 42, Trinity 12
LOUISVILLE One Marlington penalty cost Dymonte Thomas a go-ahead touchdown.
There were no mistakes the next time the University of Michigan recruit touched the ball. A valuable lesson was learned.
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On the surface, Marlington’s Week 2 win at Crestwood looks like a rout.
The Dukes scored 41 points and won by four touchdowns. Dymonte Thomas ran for 142 yards and quarterback Shawn Kirk fell a yard short of 100 yards rushing.
TIME 7 p.m.
SITE Sirpilla Field
RECORDS Marlington 2-0; Aquinas 2-0
MINERVA Their winning streak was bound to end sometime.
Not very many people thought the Minerva Lions would go down the way they did Friday night, though.
The St. Thomas Aquinas High School football team took command with a pair of late touchdowns in the first half and rolled to a 34-6 win over the Lions at Hines Stadium.
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The enormity of what the St. Thomas Aquinas Knights face this week set in moments after a convincing season-opening win.
In summing up the Minerva Lions, Aquinas head coach Tim Budd knows they’re not just a good football team.
“How about a great football team that hasn’t lost a regular season game since 2010?” Budd said.
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