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Published 1:36am Thursday, October 24, 2013

PASSING FANCY: Steubenville Catholic Central’s Brenton Colabella, the only four-year starter at QB for the school, now has 7,138 yards passing after a 62-14 victory over Weir, W.Va. According to OHSAA records, Colabella became the 27th player in the state to reach the milestone.

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NEVER TOO LATE: Lima Central Catholic’s Colin Stolly hit Cameron White with a Hail Mary 52-yard TD pass on the final play of the first half and then kicked the extra-point, then kicked a 35-yard field goal with one second left in regulation for a 17-14 win over Bluffton.

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AIRING IT OUT: Kenton’s Grant Sherman was 36 of 52 passing for 546 yards and eight TDs in a 62-6 win over Lima Bath; Bryan’s Austin Schimmoeller hit on 30 of 34 passes for 400 yards and three TDs in a 41-14 win over Liberty Center; Ada’s Matt Wilcox completed 28 of 40 passes for 404 yards and six TDs and also ran for a score in a 45-14 win over Lafayette Allen East; Avon’s Tommy Glenn hit on 17 of 19 passes for 318 yards and four TDs in a 56-41 win over Rocky River; D’Mitrik Trice completed 28 of 46 passes for 390 yards and four TDs to lead Huber Heights Wayne past Centerville, 42-35; and Zanesville’s Thomas Wibbeler passed for 416 yards with TDs to five different receivers in a 58-13 win against Logan.

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