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RECENT NEWS:

10/22/2021
Toronto Dominates Central in Season Finale, 59-7
Toronto defeated Steubenville Central at home Friday evening, 59-7, to conclude the regular season schedule. The Red Knights scored on their first seven possessions of the game and ran out the clock in their final possession. They also tallied defensive TDs on returns of an interception and fumble. The Crusaders got on the scoreboard with no time remaining in the first half after a Toronto penalty, with Tommy Pergi catching a 13 yard pass from Andrew Dorsey to trim the lead to 40-7 at the intermission. Central ends the season with a 3-7 record.
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10/16/2021
Madonna Tops Central, 28-7
Steubenville Central lost to Weirton Madonna at Jimmy Carey Stadium Friday evening, 28-7. The Blue Dons took a quick 14-0 lead within the first four minutes of the game, taking the opening kickoff for a TD, and then intercepted a pass on Central's first play from scrimmage and returned it 32 yards to Central's 18 before tallying another touchdown. Madonna scored again in the second quarter to take a 20-0 lead into halftime. The Crusaders drove to Madonna's three yard line on the strength of a 35 yard completion from Andrew Dorsey to Tyler Ialenti in the third quarter before being turned back on fourth down. Central finally got on the board in the final period on a 35 yard run by Dorsey. The Crusaders fall to 3-6 and conclude the regular season at Toronto next Friday. The upcoming game has playoff implications as Central unofficially is ranked 18th in Division VII Region 25.
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10/9/2021
Central Rolls Over Millersport, 41-8
Steubenville Central got back on the winning track with a convincing win over Millersport on Saturday at Harding Stadium, 41-8. The Crusaders converted three fumble recoveries and a blocked punt into touchdowns over the visitors, several on short drives of three or four plays. Central scored on their first five possessions of the first half and were driving for a sixth as time ran out, to take a 34-0 lead going into halftime. The teams only scored once each in a second half played entirely with a running clock. Dashon Hawkins scored four rushing TDs and Tyler Ialenti and Tim Lamantia added one each, while Antonio McGinnis converted 5 of 6 extra points. The Crusaders improve their record to 3-5, and travel to Weirton to take on Madonna (3-2) next Friday.