FOSTORIA - Jake Matwiejczyk ran for five scores and threw for three others in dominating first half Friday as Woodmore steamrolled Fostoria 60-33.
The Wildcats did their most damage in the first quarter, jumping out 34-0 behind Matwiejczyk TD runs of 21 and 63 yards and scoring passes of 30 yards to Evan Ulinski, 35 yards to Tony Rozzi and 30 yards to Coleton Bihn.
Matwiejczyk added a 25-yard scoring sprint in the second period, along with touchdown passes of 39 yards to Ulinski and 2 yards to Rozzi for a 54-0 lead at the break.
Austin Ottney added a 1-yard plunge in the third quarter for the Wildcats.
Matwiejczyk ended 17 of 25 passing fro 274 yards, with another 150 yards on 10 carries.
Ulinski caught five passes for 117 yards and Rozzi (5-58) and Bihn (3-55) combined for eight catches and 113 yards.
Fostoria scored the game's final 33 points, with Dom Fuller's 68-yard interception return midway through the third quarter getting the Redmen rolling.
Fuller added a 25-yard TD pass to David Cook later in the third quarter and sprinted in from 54 yards out late in the fourth quarter.
Fostoria's other fourth quarter scores came on runs of 16 yards by Braxton Miller and 17 yards by Tony Mauricio.
Fuller ran 22 times for 93 yards and ended 6 of 18 for 108 yards passing.
Balance sparks SE
NORTH BALTIMORE - Ethan Caudill and Jordan Isaacs keyed a balanced attack Friday as Seneca East hammered Midland Athletic League foe North Baltimore, 40-8.
Caudill threw for 194 of Seneca East's 209 passing yards, while Phillips ran for 106 of the team's 200 rushing yards.
Caudill figured in most of the scoring.
He had a 3-yard TD plunge to go with scoring passes of 20 and 35 yards to Adam Hall, and 72 yards to Kevin Moore.
Alex Scheiber added an 11-yard touchdown run and Phillips sprinted in from 75 yards out.
Hall caught five passes for 87 yards for Seneca East and Moore had two catches for 87 yards.
The hometown Tigers avoided the shutout on Dalton Ishmael's 1-yard dive early in the fourth quarter.
Yeckley-led Streaks cruise
KANSAS - Zack Yeckley threw for 227 yards and four touchdowns Friday as Fremont St. Joe eased past Lakota 41-12 in Midland Athletic League play.
Yeckley had TD tosses of 58 and 2 yards to Jordan Sessler and 46 yards to Luke Stierwalt to stake the Crimson Streaks to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter.
He hooked up with Stierwalt on a 30-yard pass in the second quarter to help St. Joe enjoy a 35-12 halftime lead.
Marcus Kerr added touchdown runs of 52 and 11 yards on his way to 116 rushing yards for St. Joe.
Stierwalt caught five passes for 108 yards and Sessler reeled in five passes for 85 yards.
The Raiders got their two touchdowns in the second quarter on Ed Racheter's 9-yard run and Colin Timmons' 72-yard pass to Kody Brewer.
Racheter ended with 86 yards on 18 carries, and Timmons threw for 94 yards.