JV Football Shutout by Canfield 20-0
Canfield 20, Louisville 0
Quarterback Glenn Griswold threw a pair of touchdowns and also ran in a 4 yard touchdown in the fourth quarter to lead the Cardinals. Griswold connected with Parker Flower for 68 yard bomb on a 3rd-and-20 to open up the scoring in the first quarter.
Griswold also hooked up with a wide open Richie Herrera down the left sideline to extend the Canfield lead to 12-0 in the second quarter. Griswold connected with Dean Cutrer for the two-point conversion as well to put the Cardinals ahead 14-0, a lead they would take into halftime.
The Louisville Offense struggled against the Canfield defense all morning. The Leopards ran the ball 22 times for 36 yards and finished 6 of 14 passing for 18 yards. Quarterback Jared Mathie was Louisville’s leading rusher with 6 carries for 13 yards and Runningback BJ Singer also had 2 carries on the final drive for 11 yards. Quarterback Trent Degenhard finished 4 of 8 passing for 20 yards and Wide Receiver Dillon Rebuck made a pair of catches for 11 yards.
Rebuck also made an interception on defense to halt a Canfield drive that was threatening in the redzone. Quintin Scheetz also recovered a fumble for the Leopards only other takeway. On the Defensive Line, Kory Arner had 2 sacks early on, Spencer Hall finished with 1.5 sacks, and Austin Kinsey made 1.5 tackles for a loss. Singer and Dylan Walczak also had 0.5 sacks each.
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The Cardinals also recorded 2 takeaways. Connor Dye recovered a fumble and Jacob Whittenberger intercepted a pass to stop the Leopards best scoring drive.
UP NEXT: The JV Leopards will next host the North Canton Hoover Vikings on Saturday, September 3 at 10:00 AM.
CARDINALS 20, LEOPARDS 0
Canfield – Parker Flower 68 Yard Pass from Glen Griswold (Run Failed) | LHS 0, CHS 6, 8:15
Canfield – Richie Herrera 76 Yard Pass from Glen Griswold (Dean Cutrer Pass from Glen Griswold) | LHS 0, CHS 14, 4:05
Canfield – Glen Griswold 4 Yard Run (Pass Failed) | LHS 0, CHS 20, 9:05
Records: Canfield 1-0, Louisville 0-1