Prep NotebookPublished 2:00am Thursday, October 31, 2013
POTPOURI: Huron QB Cody Thompson, a Toledo recruit, finished with 369 all-purpose yards and four TDs in a 35-7 win at Milan Edison; Chillicothe beat East Clinton 28-0 — and did not allow a point at home this season — giving coach Ron Hinton his 300th career victory; Mansfield Senior is 9-0 for the first time in 114 years of playing high school football; St. Marys Memorial and Van Wert are both 0-9 as they face off this weekend; Sylvania Southview LB Myles Magnus — the grandson of Green Bay Packers great Jerry Kramer — recorded 14 tackles in the Cougars win over Napoleon 32-0; and Cincinnati Christian, which has never won more than three games in a season and is coached by former Cincinnati Bengal David Fulcher, is 5-4 and still alive in the Division VII playoff race.
VERSATILE: Sandusky’s Mike Delk returned an interception a school-record 103 yards, ran a punt 80 yards for a TD and caught a 40-yard TD pass in a 27-13 win at Mansfield Ontario.
LONG WAIT: Columbus St. Charles captured its first Central Catholic League title since 1962, the first year the league crowned a champion, with a win over Columbus Watterson. The win marked the first time that the Cardinals defeated old nemeses Watterson and Columbus DeSales in the same season. St. Charles snapped a 36-game losing streak to DeSales earlier in the season.