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Top stars, best performances in Ohio high school football in week 9

From Ty’Waun Clark of Toledo Central Catholic to D.J. Williams of Austintown-Fitch, there were several big-time high school football performances across the state of Ohio

Here are some stars from week 9 football games across Ohio.

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Ty’Wuan Clark, Toledo Central Catholic

The quarterback threw for 123 yards and a pair of touchdowns and added a touchdown on the ground with a 53-yard run. Toledo rolled past Fremont Ross 42-0.

Zack Carpenter, Anthony Wayne

Had a pick-six and scored a touchdown to lead the Generals to a 51-7 rout over Sylvania.

Rocco Conti, Olmsted Falls

The senior running back ran for 250 yards and scored six touchdowns to lift Olmsted Falls to a 56-31 win over Avon Lake.

AJ D’Amore, Ottawa Hills

Had three fumble recoveries to set up scores in the first half. Ottawa Hills shutout Northwood 41-0.

Jason Davide, Massillon Jackson

The running back led the Polar Bears with two touchdowns in a 21-14 win over Central.

Jimmy Finley, Elder

Was a dominant force on defense with eight tackles and an interception. Elder defeated Bishop Chatard 21-16.

D’Anthony Kelker, St. Vincent-St. Mary

Rushed for 158 yards on 16 carries and scored two touchdowns. The Fighting Irish handed Cleveland Heights their first loss of the season, 49-21.

Ben Lavelle, St. Edward

Kicked two field goals of 46 and 47 yards for the only points in the game. His performance helped the Eagles knock off Archbishop Moeller 6-0.

Mikey Maloney, Riverside

Helped keep the Beavers winning streak and perfect record alive behind five touchdown passes, including a 51-yard pass. Maloney finished 15-for-21 totaling 262 yards in a 42-25 win over Kenston.

Sean Martin, St. Ignatius

Had two touchdowns as the Wildcats went on the road and defeated St. Xavier 24-21.

Griffin Scalf, Anderson

Accounted for six touchdowns and finished 22-of-24 passing for 396 yards and five touchdowns as the Raptors beat Turpin 62-20.

Bryce Schondelmyer, Springfield

In a 39-0 win over Miamisburg, the senior quarterback was nearly perfect, completing 25 of his 31 passes for 353 yards and three scores.

Lukas Stiles, Highland football

Ignited Highland’s offense with three touchdowns to help the Hornets defeat Aurora 30-3.

Jackson Wiley, Olentangy

Scored the game-winning touchdown in overtime to take down Dublin Jerome 23-20.

D.J. Williams, Austintown Fitch

The junior set a new single-game rushing record with 301 yards rushing on 25 attempts and three touchdowns. Williams rushed touchdowns of 60 and 75 yards to help the Falcons beat rival Boardman 42-20.