Dane Hullibarger, shown in a game last season, scored three touchdowns in Northview's win over Bowsher Friday. THE BLADE
Northview 43, Bowsher 21
UPDATE: Bowsher at Northview
Dane Hullibarger scored touchdowns on a reception, a punt return, and an interception to lead the Wildcats to the nonconference home victory Friday night.
Hullibarger caught a 38-yard scoring strike from Brandon Leach, then returned a punt 58 yards for one TD before intercepting a Bowsher pass 25 yards for another score.
Jeffrey Blanks scored on a three-yard run for Northview (3-0), which also saw Ian Donohue block a Rebels punt in the end zone for a safety.
Wildcats kicker Luke Pawlak made field goals of 41 and 26 yards to complete the game’s scoring.
Bowsher (0-3) scored two of its touchdowns in the air, as Shawn Hoskins caught an 18-yard TD pass from Jackson O’Connell and Travon Reed hauled in a 35-yard scoring strike by Andrew Peeps.
The Rebels’ other TD came on a 41-yard fumble return by Keegan Norman.
Southview 36, Scott 0
UPDATE: Scott at Southview
The Cougars ground out 351 rushing yards and five touchdowns to roll to the home win, which ended a 12-game losing streak.
Devan Singleton finished with 160 yards on 13 attempts, scoring on a 25-yard second-quarter run, to lead the Southview (1-2) ground game in the win.
Gage Stoler added 88 yards on 20 rushes, including a six-yard touchdown run in the third period.
Nathan Taylor had touchdown runs of one and two yards, while Trevor Kruszynski added a nine-yard scoring run to close the scoring.
Scott (0-3) finished with just 64 yards of total offense, including three yards rushing) in losing its 21st consecutive game.
Swanton 49, Rogers 6
SWANTON — Swanton’s ground attack of Michael Lawniczak, Gabe Pachlofer and Zack Leahey combined for six touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs.
Lawniczak toted the ball 11 times, while Pachlofer had eight carries. Both had 56 yards. Leahey added 12 carries for 39 yards. Each player scored twice.
Xavier Williams returned a fumbled for 74 yards in the third quarter for the other Swanton score.
The lone touchdown from Rogers came on a three yard pass from Christian Warren to Odie Smith in the second.
Clay 32, Waite 6
UPDATE: Waite at Clay
Reese Wamer completed 14 of 22 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns, and he ran for two more scores, to lead the host Eagles (2-1) in nonleague action.
Wamer’s touchdowns covered 35 yards to Dustin Aiton and 61 yards to Jake Novak. His rushing scores covered 3 and 23 yards. Trey Riddick caught nine passes for 83 yards.
For Waite (0-3), Allan Monjaraz provided the lone touchdown on a 7-yard run. Dajoure Lee finished with five receptions for 50 yards.