Ohio, NKY high school football results for week 6

CINCINNATI — The soccer weather arrived just in time for Week 6 of the high school soccer season.

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  • Winton Woods running back Trey Cornist, who had 17 forwards and five touchdowns in the Warriors’ win over Anderson in 319 years
  • Elder linebacker Ben Voelkerding, who had nine tackles — including a sack and a forced fumble
  • Highlands running back Cam Geisler, who had three touchdowns and 70 yards on seven carries in the first quarter
  • Covington Catholic running back Owen Leen, who rushed for 69 yards and had two receptions for 113 yards — including an 89-yard touchdown
  • Lakota West quarterback Mitch Bolden, who rushed for two touchdowns and ran for 206 yards and three touchdowns in the Firebirds’ win

Friday Frenzy crews were in Northern Kentucky for Game of the Week, Covington Catholic at Cooper. Their previous matchup went into four-times overtime last year, but there’s no need for that this season. Evan Pitzer’s 89-yard touchdown pass to Owen Leen secured CovCath the 14-7 win.

There was no doubt Elder would win at home against St. X. The Panthers drove to a 42-10 win.

Moeller graduate and NBA player Jaxson Hayes was armed with a t-shirt gun at the Crusaders game against La Salle. Reigning WCPO Player of the Week Jordan Marshall and teammate Alec Weeder made it look easy on Friday night, keeping Moeller undefeated. Moeller and Elder face off at Nippert Stadium next week.

Kings improved to 6-0 with a 34-14 win over West Clermont. The team’s defense continued to make things difficult for opposing attacks, conceding just 44 total points so far this season.

Hoping to remain undefeated, Madeira met Reading on Friday night. The game was scoreless until the fourth quarter when both teams managed to get into the end zone. In overtime, Reading scored a field goal to give them a 10-7 lead, but a walk-off touchdown kept Madeira’s record clean.

Cincinnati Country Day won its fourth straight game, defeating St. Bernard-Elwood.

Woodward has been averaging 40 points per game this season, but it was her opponent Western Hills who broke 40 points tonight. In a major CMAC match, West-Hi won 42-24.

Highlands won big over Dixie Heights, 59-14.

Friday’s standings had one change: Princeton High School postponed their game against Fairfield due to a hoax that forced classes to close early Friday. The game, scheduled for Friday at 7 p.m. at Fairfield High School, has been reset to Saturday at 7 p.m

The matchup is an important game in the Greater Miami Conference. The Vikings (6-1) want to break the Indians’ previous winning streak in the 2022 season.

Below is the full list of games and their updated results:

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