October 6, 2022

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Cincinnati high school football scores: Results from Ohio, NKY

The high school football season is back. Follow the Friday night action live as The Enquirer gives you real-time score updates on all matchups from Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana.

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OHIO

(Game placement is determined by the home team’s conference, unless playing a school from a league outside The Enquirer’s coverage area). 

Greater Miami Conference (GMC)

Princeton 58, Anderson 45  (Thursday)

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Moeller 42, Lakota East 27

Fireworks were on tap in West Chester as Lakota East and Moeller combined for 875 yards of total offense. The two clubs exchanged blows for the better part of three quarters, until Moeller quarterback Noah Geselbracht hit Brandon White on touchdowns of 75 and 63 yards to pull away. Geselbracht finished 13-of-25 for 249 yards and three touchdowns, adding a rushing score. Running back Jordan Marshall had 11 totes for 123 yards and two scores. Lakota East counterpunched with TJ Kathman, who threw for 177 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 96 yards and a score. Eric Davis added 90 yards on the ground and Charlie Kenrich opened the scoring with a 1-yard touchdown plunge.

Moeller – 14 14 14 0 – 42

Lakota East – 14 7 6 0 – 27

LE – Kenrich 1 run (Hoffmann kick)

M – Geselbracht 2 run (Nelson kick)

E- Vanhosser 81 pass from Kathman (Hoffmann kick)

M – Marshall 80 run (Nelson kick)

M- Bryant 15 pass from Geselbracht (Nelson kick)

E- Kathman 68 run (Hoffmann kick)

M- Marshall 1 run (Nelson kick)

E- Poppe 26 pass from Kathman (kick failed)

M- White 75 pass from Geselbracht (Nelson kick)

M- White 63 pass from Geselbracht (Nelson kick)

Records: M 1-0, LE 0-1

Centerville 38, Fairfield 24 

Fairfield quarterback Talon Fisher showed his explosiveness Friday night, throwing for 297 yards, running for 74 and totaling three touchdowns. But it was a Centerville pick-six by Nic Bruder that jumpstarted a 24-3 Elks run en route to a victory over Fairfield. Bruder also had a receiving score and Centerville running back Emable Wakilongo ran for 192 yards and two touchdowns on 15 attempts. Fairfield’s Hannah Nate led all receivers with seven catches for 124 yards and a score. Christian Jackson and Michael Figgins each had six receptions and combined for 125 yards. Fairfield was penalized 18 times for 165 yards.

Fairfield – 7 7 3 7 – 24

Centerville – 7 7 7 17 – 38

C- Bruder 21 pass from Harrison (Courville kick)

F- Nate 61 pass from Fisher (McGuire kick)

F- Fisher 19 run (McGuire kick)

C- Bruder 27 INT return (Courville kick)

F- FG McGuire 26

C- Wakilongo 67 run (Courville kick)

C- FG Courville 47

C- Wakilongo 8 run (Courville kick)

F- Fisher 7 run (McGuire kick)

C – Smith 61 pass from Harrison (Courville kick)

Records: C 1-0, F 0-1

Mason 15, Lincoln 7

Mason’s defense led the way to a 1-0 start for the Comets Friday night. Mason led 15-7 in the fourth quarter when Lincoln took over at the Comets’ three-yard line. Mason’s defense held strong, forcing a field goal attempt that was no good. The Comets were able to run out the remainder of regulation to open the season on a high note. Linebacker Jake Bates anchored the unit with seven tackles (three for a loss), a sack, forced fumble and a safety. Offensively, quarterback Larson Brown fired touchdowns to Quinten Kaylor and Cobi Lewis.

Lincoln – 0 0 0 7 – 7

Mason – 6 9 0 0 – 15

M- Kaylor 10 pass from Brown (kick failed)

M- safety

M- Lewis 29 pass from Brown (Tymitz kick)

L- Raymond 83 pass from Cummings (kick good)

Records: M 1-0, L 0-1

Kings 31, Middletown 6 – FINAL

Greater Catholic League-South (GCL-South)

Elder 28, Covington Catholic 6 

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La Salle 20, Colerain 14

St. Xavier 31, Lakota West 14

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