Fenwick’s John Stevenson (38) comes after Roger Bacon’s Corey Kiner (22) during Friday night’s game at Bron Bacevich Memorial Stadium in St. Bernard. Fenwick won 37-7. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO BY ROB MCCULLEY/RAM PHOTOGRAPHY

Prep football roundup: Fenwick, Madison surge into playoffs with routs

Fenwick High School’s football team is headed to the Division III, Region 12 playoffs.

Jack Fessler ran 25 times for 209 yards and three touchdowns as the Falcons romped to a 37-7 road win over Roger Bacon on Friday night and clinched a postseason berth, according to www.joeeitel.com.

Quarterback Sully Janeck was 8-of-14 for 127 yards and hit Thomas Vogelsang for a touchdown for Fenwick, which boosted its record to 7-2 overall and 5-1 in the Greater Catholic League Coed North Division.


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Running back Caleb Davis made his first appearance of the year after suffering a preseason injury. He had four runs for 23 yards and a TD.

Henry Nenni and Logan Miller contributed eight total tackles apiece for the Falcons, and Miller came up with an interception.

Corey Kiner collected 149 yards on 22 carries for the Spartans (3-6, 1-5 GCLC Central).

Madison 38, Monroe 7: Cameron Svarda (18 carries, 115 yards, TD) and Evan Crim (15 carries, 109 yards, two TDs) led the host Mohawks (9-0) on the ground as they clinched a Division V, Region 20 home playoff game, according to www.joeeitel.com.

Mason Whiteman and Cole Pelgen also ran for scores for Madison. Whiteman completed 3-for-3 passes for 62 yards, all to Noah Lehman.

Nick Osterman’s 18-yard pass to Tyler Hendricks gave the Hornets (2-7) their lone touchdown.

New Miami 43, Clark Montessori 8: David Cunningham had seven carries for 151 yards and two touchdows for the host Vikings, who have set themselves up for a Miami Valley Conference Gray Division championship showdown with Dayton Christian on Friday at Miamisburg’s Harmon Field.

Danny Spivey added 87 yards and two TDs on six rushes, while Dalton Garrett and Trey Robinette also ran for scores.

Jordan Robinette and Bruce Montgomery paced New Miami (5-4 overall, 4-0 MVC Gray) in tackles. Clark fell to 2-7, 1-3.

Franklin 21, Brookville 7: The visiting Wildcats ran their winning streak to four as Gage Johnson ran 15 times for 70 yards and two touchdowns.

Quarterback Braden Woods had 15 carries for 104 yards and completed 5-of-9 passes for 87 yards for Franklin, which moved to 5-4 overall and 4-1 in the Southwestern Buckeye League Southwestern Division.

Matt Centers added a scoring run, totaled 11 tackles and recovered a fumble. Brookville is 6-3, 3-2.

Lakota West 7, Middletown 3: All the scoring came in the second quarter at the Middies’ Barnitz Stadium. Angel Rivera kicked a 34-yard field goal for Middletown, while Deontai Christon scored on a 1-yard run for the Firebirds.

David Afari ran 31 times for 123 yards for West, which improved to 4-5 overall and 3-4 in the Greater Miami Conference. Josh Bryant (18 carries, 104 yards) and quarterback Jarrenn Thomas (19-of-37, 145 yards) led the Middies (1-8, 0-7).

Northwest 33, Talawanda 0: The visiting Braves managed just 87 total yards in falling to 2-7 overall and 0-5 in the Southwest Ohio Conference.

Dae’Mon Cherry threw a pair of touchdown passes for the Knights (3-6, 2-3). Julian Cornwall rushed 12 times for 108 yards and a score.

Preble Shawnee 27, Carlisle 7: Zach Jewell had the only touchdown for the host Indians, who fell to 0-9 overall and 0-5 in the SWBL Buckeye Division.

The Arrows improved to 3-6, 2-3.

Lebanon 61, Stebbins 6: Seth Meyers ripped off a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown for the visiting Warriors (6-3), who are still very much in the Division I, Region 4 playoff hunt.

Keith Farr, Kyle Short and Derrick Allen all scored two TDs for Lebanon, and Short threw for a pair of scores. Nate Keller ran for the lone touchdown for Stebbins (0-9).

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