Week 10 Roundup: Badin routs McNick to win second straight league crown; Edgewood wins SWOC; Monroe gets share of SWBL East

Badin's Jack Walsh heads to the end zone during the first half against Bellbrook on Friday, Aug. 27, 2021. Badin won 17-7.
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Badin's Jack Walsh heads to the end zone during the first half against Bellbrook on Friday, Aug. 27, 2021. Badin won 17-7.

Jack Walsh rushed for four touchdowns in the first half to propel Badin, which routed McNicholas 48-21 in a matchup of unbeaten teams vying for a Greater Catholice League Co-Ed championship.

Walsh finished with five touchdowns and 109 yards on the ground on 18 carries as the Rams (9-0, 4-0) won their second straight league crown.

Landyn Vidourek added a TD pass for Badin.

McNick fell to 8-1, 3-1.

Fairfield 23, Middletown 0: Jordon Jackson rumbled for 129 rushing yards with a TD and Talon Fisher and Kavi Bivins each added a scoring run for Fairfield (5-4).

The victory allowed Indians coach Jason Krause to pass Ben Hubbard and become the winningest coach in Fairfield history.

Edgewood 48, Harrison 13: The Cougars won their seventh straight game to win the Southwest Ohio Conference. Edgewood (7-2 overall) finished 5-0 in SWOC play.

Mason 28, Hamilton 21: Kaleb Johnson ran for 97 yards and two touchdowns and Elijah Givens had 138 rushing yards with a TD for Hamilton (2-6), but Mason (4-6) broke a 21-21 tie with 2:22 to play in the fourth quarter on a Nick Sailers touchdown run.

Monroe 16, Eaton 14: Monroe (8-2) stunned unbeaten Eaton, taking the lead on a field goal with four seconds to play. The win also allowed the Hornets a piece of the Southwestern Buckeye League East Division with Bellbrook.

Fenwick 41, Carroll 0: Falcons coach Mark Mueller notched his 100th career victory in the shutout win. Fenwick improved to 3-6. Carroll fell to 1-8.

Ross 21, Mount Healthy 14: Quarterback Brayden Fraasman rushed for two TDs, including the game-winning 4-yard scamper with 1:50 to play, to lead the Rams (7-2, 4-1 SWOC). Frassman also tossed an 81-yard TD pass to Ryan Iams.

Carlisle 37, Waynesville 0: Brice Naylor and Talon Borders each tallied two touchdown runs for Carlisle (5-5). Borders rushed for 176 yards and Naylor had 114.