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RECENT NEWS:

10/20/2019
Central Handles Trinity, 37-7
Steubenville Central cruised to a 37-7 victory over Morgantown Trinity Christian on Saturday evening at Harding Stadium. The Crusaders put up three scores in the first six minutes of the game to build a 20-0 lead. Anthony Sprochi took the opening kickoff 99 yards and was tackled just short of the goal line, where Jeffrey Dawson would run it in on the next play. After an Anthony LeFever interception, Central quickly scored again. LeFever, taking over for the injured Ryan Gorman, ran 32 yards to the seven yard line, and Dawson once again scored on a rushing TD. On the first play of the next possession, Dawson scored from 52 yards out. Jayden Keeder and LeFever added rushing touchdowns, the latter on a 68 yard play to build the lead to 34-0 midway though the second quarter. At that point, both coaches agreed to invoke the running clock rule, which would normally be effect in the second half. Jack Rook nailed a 25 yard field goal in the third period, and the Warriors got on the board in the final minute. Central improves to 4-4 and travels to Weirton Madonna next Saturday for a 12:00 game.
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10/13/2019
Turnovers Cost Crusaders in 21-7 Loss to Harrison Central
Harrison Central took advantages of three interceptions by Steubenville Central to defeat the Crusaders at Harding Stadium Saturday evening, 21-7. The Huskies led 14-0 at halftime after thwarting a Central drive to their 13 yard line with an interception. In the third period, Central cut the lead in half on a Jeffrey Dawson four yard TD run. With the Crusaders driving for the tying score in the fourth quarter, Harrison Central picked off a pass and scored three plays later to put the game away. Central drops to 3-4 and takes on Trinity Christian next Saturday.
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10/5/2019
Lucas Dominates Central, 58-7
Steubenville Catholic Central lost to Lucas on the road Friday evening, 58-7. The Cubs scored on eight of its nine possessions, using a powerful rushing attack that netted 347 yards. The Crusaders' only score came when Ryan Gorman and Anthony Sprochi combined on a 31 yard TD pass in the second quarter. Lucas took a 38-7 lead into halftime and then added 20 points in the second half with a running clock in effect. Central drops to 3-3 and takes on Harrison Central next Saturday.