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Week 7 in HS football - Raiders fall to 'Climbers; Chiefs drop Homecoming contest (Audio included)

Benjamin Logan traveled to Urbana in the WPKO Game of the Week.

The powerful Hillclimber offense got on the board first, but the Raider defense would stand tall, holding Urbana to just the one score for much of the first half.

Benjamin Logan then had their fullback ignite a drive in the 2nd quarter.

The big gain led to a BL td, pulling the Raiders within 1.

Urbana would answer back just three seconds before heading into the locker room.

Urbana, after scoring on a long td, looked to put the game away with yet another big gainer.

Benjamin Logan would fight until the end, but was unable to cut it to less than a two-possession game, as the Climbers emerged victorious 41-20.

Urbana is 6-1; Benjamin Logan is 2-5.

On WBLL, the Bellefontaine Chiefs were playing Kenton Ridge for Homecoming. Senior Regan Price was crowned queen (the court is pictured).

The Chiefs played hard but lost a close game 30-23.

Kenton Ridge scored off the first play from scrimmage to lead 7-0.

The Chiefs answered right back on their first possession on a 46-yard touchdown pass from A.J. Gorham to Antonio Wilson.

The Cougars led at the half 23-9.

The Chiefs rallied with a pair of touchdowns in the third quarter to tie the game at 23-23.

Cougars standout running back Max Winnenberg rumbled for a game-winning 47-yard TD run with 8:21 remaining in the game.

Kenton Ridge outgained Bellefontaine 306 yards to 164 yards.

BHS sophomore running back Jordan Baughman was named the Steve Austin's Player of the Game. He rushed for 112 yards on 23 carries, including a 23-yard TD run in the third quarter.

Bellefontaine falls to 1-5 and Kenton Ridge improves to 5-2.

Listen to BHS head coach Chris Schmidt recap another close loss.

Indian Lake came out victorious against Northwestern 21-12 in the peakofohio.com game.

L.J. Henderson ran for 94 yards to lead the offense.

The Lakers have won three straight to move to 4-3.

West Liberty-Salem stayed undefeated beating Greeneview 41-6.

Senior quarterback Riley Sims rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns. He also recorded a touchdown pass.

Riverside fell to Lima Perry 21-12.

Triad dropped Mechanicsburg 47-7 to improve to 6-1.

Graham rolled pasted Greenon 44-14 for their first win of the season.

Waynesfield-Goshen shut out Ridgemont 53-0.

Tipp City powered past Stebbins 34-20.

Tecumseh beat Springfield Shawnee 24-13.

Northeastern handled Springfield Catholic 28-18.

Southeastern beat Cedarville 20-14.

Piqua defeated rival Sidney 12-3.

Coldwater shut out Anna 7-0.

Ft. Loramie earned the win over Muncie Southside (Ind.) 20-7.

Fairbanks dealt Lehman a 40-33 loss.

Lima Bath edged Kenton 27-26.

Wapakoneta shut out St. Marys 14-0.

Dayton Christian blasted Upper Scioto Valley 49-8.

Marysville captured a 39-21 win over Thomas Worthington.

North Union rolled past Cardington 60-8.

Thurgood Marshall defeated Jonathan Alder 52-14.

Versailles ran past New Bremen 42-8.

Marion Local defeated rival St. Henry 38-22.

Liberty-Benton steamrolled Hardin Northern 55-12.

Delphos St. John's blanked Ft. Recovery 28-0.

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