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Football roundup: Grand Ledge prevails in overtime; East Lansing, Williamston among winners

Lansing State Journal logo Lansing State Journal 9/2/2022 Brian Calloway and Matthew Pike, Lansing State Journal
East Lansing's Kanye Jackson, left, runs against Grand Ledge's Reese Cordahl, Friday, Oct. 15, 2021, in Grand Ledge, Mich. East Lansing won 27-12. © Al Goldis | For the Lansing State Journal East Lansing's Kanye Jackson, left, runs against Grand Ledge's Reese Cordahl, Friday, Oct. 15, 2021, in Grand Ledge, Mich. East Lansing won 27-12.

JACKSON -- Mason Stocker threw for 95 yards and two scores and added a pair of rushing touchdown to help Grand Ledge to a 29-28 overtime victory over Jackson in high school football on Thursday night.

After Jackson scored on the opening possession of overtime, Stocker helped the Comets answer with a 2-yard touchdown run. Grand Ledge went for the win instead of the tying extra point and converted when Stocker connected with Jameson Patten for a 2-point conversion to lift Grand Ledge to the win.

Mac Fourman tallied a team-high 106 yards rushing on 15 carries and Teddy Williams and Preston Bohnet each hauled in a receiving score for the Comets (2-0).

EAST LANSING 28, FENTON 14

FENTON -- Dalen Adams threw for 238 yards and two scores and rushed for another for the Trojans in their road victory. Central Michigan commit Evan Boyd had four catches for 121 yards and a touchdown and an interception on defense, while Dorijan Jackson had three grabs for 66 yards and a score for East Lansing (2-0). Kanye Jackson added 76 yards rushing and a touchdown. Kieran Jackson paced the Trojan defense with nine tackles, including three for loss and a sack. Tavion Demps and Cody Malenfant had fumble recoveries for East Lansing, which led 20-0 at the half.

WILLIAMSTON 22, LANSING CATHOLIC 0

WILLIAMSTON -- Quarterback Alex Petersburg ran for 111 yards with two touchdowns and threw for 75 yards to guide the Hornets to a home win over Lansing Catholic. Noah Dunckel ran for 44 yards and a touchdown and Zach Cribbs picked up 56 yards receiving for Williamston (2-0). Alex Fernandez threw for 82 yards and Brandon Lewis hauled in four receptions for 65 yards for the Cougars (0-2).

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EVERETT 17, EASTERN 0

Beni Davidson ran for 120 yards and a touchdown, while Nizjai Davidson had 86 yards rushing and a score and an interception for the Vikings (1-1).

PEWAMO-WESTPHALIA 28, LAINGSBURG 21

WESTPHALIA -- The Pirates fended off a second-half push from Laingsburg to secure the CMAC home victory. Dylan May threw for 136 yards and ran for 118 and two touchdowns and Gavin Nurenberg and Brandt White each chipped in a rushing score for Pewamo-Westphalia (1-1, 1-0). Ty Randall threw for 297 yards and two touchdowns and Connor Hulliberger pulled down eight receptions for 117 yards and two touchdowns for the Wolfpack (0-2, 0-1).

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CHARLOTTE 51, OWOSSO 6

OWOSSO -- Braden Hill had five rushes for 166 yards and two touchdowns and a reception for 55 yards and a score for the Orioles (2-0). Ben Buzzard was 9 of 11 passing for 181 yards and two scores, while Cutler Brandt had 97 rushing yards and a touchdown for Charlotte.

OLIVET 40, BATTLE CREEK PENNFIELD 20

BATTLE CREEK -- Ramsey Bousseau led the Eagles with 166 yards rushing, 50 yards receiving, a kick return for a touchdown and six total touchdowns as Olivet secured a nonleague road win over Battle Creek Pennfield (0-2). Bo Lincoln threw for 99 yards for Olivet (1-1).

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WAVERLY 33, SEXTON 16

The Warriors got to 2-0 for the first time since 2002 with their nonleague win. John Douglas had 28 carries for 162 yards to lead Sexton, while De’Amor Andrews led the defense with seven tackles. 

DANSVILLE 34, SARANAC 19

DANSVILLE -- Trent Ackerson completed 7 of 14 passes for 132 yards and three touchdown and Zach Sykes had 19 carries for 187 yards and a touchdown for the Aggies in their CMAC win. Sykes added 10 tackles for Dansville (2-0, 1-0).

STOCKBRIDGE 14, YPSILANTI 13

STOCKBRIDGE -- The Panthers held off a second-half push from Ypsilanti (0-2) to secure a nonleague home victory. Jalen Rogozinski threw for a team-high 91 yards and two touchdowns, both scores going to Drew Robinson who hauled 79 yards on four catches and led the team in rushing with 42 yards for Stockbridge (2-0).

BATH 22, POTTERVILLE 20 (OT)

Bradlee Uhlmann ran for 144 yards and a touchdown and Cole Chamberlain had two rushing scores for the Bees in their CMAC overtime win over the Vikings. Uhlmann ran for a touchdown in OT and Bath followed by making their 2-point conversion. After Potterville reached the end zone in its OT possession, the Bees (2-0, 1-0) stopped the following 2-point conversion to secure the win. Matt Parry had seven tackles and two interceptions to lead the Bath defense. Chris Hicks had 140 receiving yards and two scores for Potterville (0-2, 0-1). Braden Mireles threw for 150 yards and two touchdowns, while Bryce Kauffman had 58 yards rushing and a TD for the Vikings.

IONIA 44, WYOMING KELLOGGSVILLE 8

WYOMING -- Quarterback Ethan Bowen led the Bulldogs with 101 yards through the air, 82 yards on the ground and four total touchdowns to push Ionia to a road win over Wyoming Kelloggsville (0-2). Mason Doty picked up 88 yards receiving with two touchdowns and Tristan Ciganick and Tyson Brownell each tacked on rushing scores for Ionia (1-1).

FOWLERVILLE 26, MIDLAND BULLOCK CREEK 14

FOWLERVILLE -- Blake Juopperi ran for a team-high 94 yards and a touchdown to help lead the Gladiators to a nonleague home win over Midland Bullock Creek (1-1). Brady Hanna threw for 80 yards and two scores, Adam Aeschliman and Caleb Shermoe each had a receiving touchdown and Evan Atkinson added a rushing score for Fowlerville (1-1).

OVID-ELSIE 55, BYRON 7

BYRON -- Six different players found the end zone for the Marauders, who had 495 yards rushing in a MMAC victory over Byron (0-2, 0-1). Jamison Custer ran for a team-high 93 yards and a score, Isaac Orta picked up 77 yards rushing and a touchdown and Logan Thompson tacked on 62 yards on the ground with two scores for Ovid-Elsie (1-1, 1-0).

CORUNNA 35, PINCKNEY 28

CORUNNA -- Wyatt Bower led the Cavaliers with 203 yards rushing, 60 yards passing and three total touchdowns in a nonleague win over Pinckney (1-1). Parker Isham ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns and Tarik Bower grabbed a receiving touchdown for Corunna (2-0).

PORTLAND ST. PATRICK 49, COLEMAN 12

COLEMAN -- The Shamrocks got off to a fast start scoring 28 points in the first quarter en route to a Central Michigan 8-Man victory over Coleman (0-2, 0-2). Quarterback Brayden Simon threw for 201 yards and five touchdowns, Payton Russman ran for a game-high 146 yards and a score and Tyler Groothuis hauled in three receptions for 84 yards and two touchdowns for Portland St. Patrick (2-0, 2-0).

MUSKEGON REETHS-PUFFER 38, ST. JOHNS 14

ST. JOHNS -- Quarterback Carson Pieters threw for 136 yards and a touchdown for the Redwings in a nonleague home loss to Muskegon Reeths-Puffer (2-0). Jack Ballard notched a team-high eight receptions for 64 yards, Tyler Weber grabbed 59 yards receiving and a score and Mark Bendele added a rushing score for St. Johns (0-2).

BELDING 60, LAKEWOOD 8

BELDING -- Ethan Weller ran for a team-high 57 yards rushing and grabbed a 27-yard touchdown pass from Nathan Willette for the Vikings in a nonleague road loss to Belding (2-0). Reese Keeler tallied a team-high four tackles for Lakewood (1-1).

WHITMORE LAKE 52, LESLIE 19

LESLIE -- Kaleb Cox ran for a team-high 129 yards and two touchdowns for the Blackhawks in a nonleague home loss to Whitmore Lake (1-1). Mason Tow led the defense with 6.5 tackles for Leslie (0-2).

BROWN CITY 40, MAPLE VALLEY 20

VERMONTVILLE -- Ayden Wilkes threw for 127 yards and two touchdowns for the Lions in a nonleague defeat against Brown City (2-0). Camden Carpenter secured five receptions for 60 yards and three touchdowns, Andrew Shepard ran for a team-high 50 yards and Jessy Deppe led the defense with 16.5 tackles for Maple Valley (0-2).

STANDISH-STERLING 31, ITHACA 27

Bronson Bupp threw for 116 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 109 yards and a score for the Yellowjackets. Ethan Hull and Ryley White had receiving scores for Ithaca (1-1).

ASHLEY 26, NEW HAVEN MERRITT ACADEMY 6

HASLETT 62, OKEMOS 0

CLIO 34, EATON RAPIDS 16

FOWLER 35, SUMMERFIELD 14

PERRY 49, HOLTON 0

FREELAND 59, ALMA 14

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