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Edison Drops Central, 41-7
Edison defeated Steubenville Central at Cartwright Memorial Field in Richmond on Friday evening, 41-7. The Wildcats jumped to a 20-0 lead in the second quarter before Central took advantage of a bad snap by Edison, and Jack Rook recovered the ball in the end zone for a touchdown. Edison would score again to take a 27-7 lead into the intermission. The hosts added two scores in the second half. The Crusaders drop to 0-4 and take on Weirton Madonna next Saturday at Harding Stadium.

Central Falls to Conotton Valley, 34-13
Steubenville Catholic Central lost to Conotton Valley Thursday evening, 34-13. The Rockets took a 10-0 lead, including a safety that resulted from a bad snap on a punt in the end zone. Central responded with a 29 yard TD pass from Ryan Gorman to Andrew Dorsey to cut the lead to 10-7 at the half. Conotton Valley put three more scores on the board to build a 34-7 lead, before the Crusaders closed out the scoring on a two yard run by Isaiah Mullins, who added 136 yards on 19 carries on the ground. Central drops to 0-3 and travels to Edison next Friday.

River Defeats Central in Home Opener, 42-14
River spoiled Central's 2020 home opener at Harding Stadium Saturday evening, 42-14. The Pilots scored three times in the first quarter and twice in the second to take a 35-0 lead into halftime, then added another TD in the third period. Central scored twice in the fourth quarter. Ryan Gorman ran in from 20 yards out, and Vincent Carpellotti caught a six yard Gorman TD pass. Central drops to 0-2 on the season, and hosts Conotton Valley on Thursday.