7 things you missed from high school football Week 8

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7 things you missed from high school football Week 8

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Miamisburg senior RB Jake Neatherton. Lebanon hosted Miamisburg in a GWOC National West high school football game on Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF

The eighth week of high school football in the Miami Valley included broken records and multiple games decided by late failed PATs.

1. Valley View avoided a huge SWBL Southwestern upset when the Spartans (7-1, 3-1) stopped a two-point try by Oakwood (2-6, 2-2) . Collin Genslinger scored three touchdowns for Valley View, which yielded 466 passing to Oakwood’s Brian Erbe.


2. Greenville (3-5) looked primed to tie Tippecanoe with a touchdown with less than four minutes left in the fourth quarter, but the PAT kick failed and the Red Devils (6-2) held on for a 7-6 win. Elsewhere in the GWOC, Centerville topped Northmont 24-23 despite not converting any of its PATs.

Miamisburg senior RB Jake Neatherton. Lebanon hosted Miamisburg in a GWOC National West high school football game on Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF Staff Writer

3. Jake Neatherton ran for 175 yards and three touchdowns in his third game since becoming eligible for Miamisburg, a 55-20 winner at Lebanon. The Vikings bounced back from a one-point loss at Springboro.

4. Springfield won its third game in a row, topping Beavercreek 32-27 to improve to 6-2. Shane Ramey ran for 166 yards and a touchdown while also making eight tackles for the Wildcats, who will take on undefeated Wayne this week.

Springfield’s Quincy Scott, left, and Shane Ramey celebrate a victory against Dublin Coffman on Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016, at Edwards-Maurer Field in Springfield. David Jablonski/Staff

5. Bailey Wallen put his name in the Brookville record book by rushing for 382 yards and scoring seven touchdowns as the Blue Devils topped Eaton 55-28.


6. On Thursday night, Dunbar beat Thurgood Marshall 42-16 on the strength of two touchdown passes by Jamar Walker, one of which went to Keyshaun Jones, who also returned a punt 60 yards for a touchdown. The Wolverines improved to 7-1 and continued their pregame national anthem protest.

7. Springboro beat Fairborn 66-42, and the big story was kicker Charlie Kuhbander. He finished the night with 286 career points, breaking the state record of 282 set by Michael Busch of Findlay Liberty-Benton.

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