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Central Loses to Lowellville in 1st Round Playoff, 34-0
Steubenville Central's most successful season in a decade came to an end Friday evening with a 34-0 loss at Lowellville. After a scoreless first quarter, the Rockets struck quickly on the first play of the second period on an 89 yard quarterback keeper. Zach Bryan returned the ensuing onside kickoff to Lowellville's 20 before the drive was stalled. Lowellville would score again on their next possession to go up 14-0. The hosts would score again at 0:39 to take a 20-0 lead into the intermission. The Rockets, who amassed over 400 yards of offense while holding the Crusaders to under 80 yards, scored two more times in the fourth quarter. Central finishes its season at 9-2.

Central Falls to Toronto in Regular Season Finale, 17-6
Toronto spoiled Steubenville Central's bid for an undefeated season on Friday evening in Toronto, 17-6. The Red Knights put up scores in each of the first two quarters to lead 14-0 at the half. Central had big defensive plays to stop two other long drives: an interception by Noah Hough and a fumble recovery by Brayden Rauch. After a scoreless third period, the Crusaders got on the board with an eleven yard TD run by Tyler Ialenti, set up by a long pass reception by Tommy Pergi. Toronto kicked a 31 yard field goal midway through the fourth quarter to conclude the scoring. Central drops to 9-1, and will likely be on the road for a playoff game next week.

Central Defeats Conotton Valley 44-20 to Go 9-0
Steubenville Central defeated Conotton Valley 44-20 on Friday evening in Bowerston for only their second 9-0 start in school history, matching the 1971 state championship team. After the Rockets took an 8-0 lead, the Crusaders tied the score on a BJ Fallon touchdown. Central took a slim lead of 15-14 at the half thanks to the first of Tyler Ialenti's three TD runs. Two more scoring plays each by Ialenti and Tommy Pergi allowed Central to pull away in the second half. Ialenti and Fallon led the rushing attack with 164 and 153 yards respectively. The Crusaders, who have already qualified for the playoffs, close the regular season at Toronto (8-1) on Friday.
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