Farrell’s Anthony Stallworth is pictured during last season's PIAA Championship game. On Friday, Stallworth set a school record by scoring six first-half touchdowns in a win over Sharpsville.

Reynolds and Wilmington moved to 4-0 on Friday. The Raiders defeated West Middlesex in Region 1 play, 36-14, while the Hounds rolled to a 48-6 Region 2 win at Greenville.

Also Friday, Anthony Stallworth scored 6 first-half touchdowns as Farrell beat Sharpsville, 51-7, in a Region 2 contest.

Sharon grabbed its first win of the season with a 31-20 Region 3 decision over Slippery Rock; Lakeview beat Saegertown, 22-12, in Region 4 and  Brookfield routed Campbell Memorial, 35-0, in a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference clash.

Kennedy Catholic (0-3) hosts Mercer (1-2) in a Region 1 contest at 11 a.m. today.

Following are staff reports from Friday’s games:

• Farrell 51, Sharpsville 7 – At Farrell’s Anthony J. Paulekas Stadium, Anthony Stallworth rushed for 246 yards on only 13 carries and scored a school-record 6 first-half touchdowns in the Steelers’ Region 2 win.

Stallworth scored on touchdown runs of 1, 1, 19, 52, 52 and 33 yards. He also converted a 2-point conversion run to score 38 of Farrell’s 51 points.

The Steelers’ other score came on a 44-yard TD pass from Christian Hartley to Sihe Kellar. 

Also for Farrell, Lamont Samuels Jr. booted an extra-point, and Brice Butler, Trian Holden and Omar Stewart Jr. had 2-point conversions.

Hartley was 4-of-4 for 91 yards while Holden went 2-of-3 for 56 yards. Butler caught 2 passes for 56 yards and Stewart hauled in a pair of passes for 56 yards.

For Sharpsville, Danny Henwood had a 25-yard TD run and Liam Campbell tacked on the extra-point kick.

Henwood rushed for 96 yards on 15 carries. Sharpsville had no passing yards.

• Reynolds 36, West Middlesex 14 – At Transfer, Reynolds last won a conference title in 2001, when the Raiders went 6-0 and won the Mercer County Athletic Conference’s Class AA-AAA division.

Friday night, the 2020 Reynolds squad put an emphatic end to that 19-year drought.

The Raiders’ starting offensive backfield combined for over 300 rushing yards while the defense and special teams forced 3 turnovers Friday night to help lift Reynolds to a Senior Night victory over  in Region 1 action.

The Raiders have clinched at least a share of the region title. A Mercer loss today at Kennedy Catholic or a Reynolds win next week at Mercer will give the Raiders the outright region title.

“It’s a testament to these kids,” Reynolds Head Coach Josh Mull said. “We put a game plan together each week and they go out and they execute. The kids did a wonderful, wonderful job tonight.”

Senior halfback Dreyvin Livingston led Reynolds with 98 rushing yards on nine attempts. Quarterback Brayden McCloskey added a season-high 80 yards on 17 attempts. Meanwhile, senior halfback Cole Toy posted 75 yards and two scores on 18 attempts and senior fullback Josh Mull ran for 45 yards on 5 carries, including a 33-yard touchdown run.

“We have a good stable of backs,” Coach Mull said. “They all run hard and they all run well.”

Reynolds seized control late in the 1st quarter by scoring a pair of TDs in a 57-second span. Two plays after Jalen Wagner returned a kickoff to the West Middlesex 40-yard line, Mull scored his 33-yard touchdown run. Livingston’s 2nd of 4 extra points gave Reynolds a 14-7 lead with 1:40 left in the opening quarter.

Visiting West Middlesex (2-2, 2-2) fumbled the ensuing kickoff and Reynolds senior safety Quinton Earley recovered the loose ball at the 14. McCloskey ran for 12 yards and Toy followed with a 2-yard touchdown run with 43 seconds left in the half. Holder Aidan Mull then threw a 2-point conversion pass to Hayden McLaughlin on a fake extra point, extending the lead to 22-7.

West Middlesex drove to the Reynolds 10 in the closing moments of the 1st half, but Toy intercepted a Ty Tate pass at the 2, ending the threat.

“That’s what you need sometimes, for someone to step up,” Coach Mull said. “Cole’s a clutch player. He has a great mind for the ball and he got himself in the right position at the right time.”

The Big Reds did cut the lead to 22-14 on the first play of the 2nd half, however. In an unused West Middlesex offensive wrinkle to that point, wingback Colby Johnson lined up at fullback. He then took Tate’s option pitch and sprinted 68 yards to the end zone.

Midway through the 3rd quarter, Reynolds began a 13-play, 62-yard drive that carried into the 4th quarter. McCloskey scored on a 1-yard run with 11:04 left.

Livingston intercepted a pass at the West Middlesex 41 with 10:01 remaining. On the 11th play of the subsequent drive, Toy scored on a 2-yard run.

Reynolds’ final 2 scoring drives used a combined 12 minutes, 30 seconds. For the game, the Raiders held a 30:35-17:25 edge in time of possession.

“That’s kind of the way we’re built,” Coach Mull said. “West Middlesex did a great job. They slowed us down tremendously and our kids kept plugging away. Eventually, we got in there.”

Livingston opened the scoring with an 84-yard touchdown run midway through the 1st quarter. West Middlesex forged a 7-all tie when Tate threw a 21-yard TD strike to Chris Smith.

Tate finished 12 of 21 for a career-best 168 yards. Alex Rea caught five passes for 60 yards while Johnson had three receptions for 60 yards. Johnson ran for a team-best 76 yards on four carries.

Smith also recorded a sack for West Middlesex. Rocco John-Daniello recorded 2 sacks for Reynolds and Luke Faber recorded a sack. John-Daniello also threw a 19-yard pass to Earley on a fake punt in the 2nd quarter.

“Kids win football games, coaches do a good job of losing them,” Coach Mull said. “(The Raiders have) done a great job and they deserve all of the credit. Not only the seniors, it’s a great bunch of kids altogether.” – By Ryan Briggs, Herald sports correspondent.

• Sharon 31, Slippery Rock 20 – At Tiger Stadium, Coach Jason McElhaney’s Tigers (1-3) picked up their 1st win of the season with a Region 3 win over the Rockets (1-3).

“We needed that, it felt good to get that one,” said McElhaney. “We’ve been beat up and its been tough, but this win felt really good. I’m super happy with the kids. They stayed the course.”

Slippery Rock went up 7-0 in the opening quarter on a 46-yard blocked punt return by Ryan Montgomery and Alex Duffalo’s kick.

Sharon went up 10-7 in the 1st quarter on an 11-yard TD run by Labrae Norris and Jake Auchter’s PAT, followed by a 26-yard field goal by Auchter.

The Tigers took a 17-7 lead with 5 seconds left in the 1st half on a 1-yard TD run by quarterback Brett Salsgiver and Auchter’s kick.

Slippery Rock cut the lead to 17-14 in the 3rd quarter on a 55-yard TD pass from William Mokel to Montgomery (Duffalo kick). The Rockets then took a 20-14 lead on a 1-yard TD run by Shane Thompson. The extra-point kick was blocked.

Sharon closed out the game with a pair of touchdowns to capture the win. Salsgiver threw a 5-yard TD toss to Ja’on Phillips late in the 3rd quarter and Tyvell Richardson scored on a 15-yard run in the 4th quarter. Auchter tacked on both kicks.

Richardson had 106 rushing yards on 21 carries for Sharon. Salsgiver went 11-of-16 for 136 yards. Phillips pulled in 8 passes for 56 yards.

Mokel was 13-of-26 for 156 yards with 3 interceptions for Slippery Rock. Brett Galcik (3-24) was the Rockets’ top rusher and Montgomery (5-88) led the receiving corps.

• Wilmington 48, Greenville 6 – At Greenville, Coach Brandon Phillian’s Hounds moved to 4-0 with the Region 2 win over the Trojans.

Ethan Susen had 3 touchdowns while quarterback Caelan Bender threw 3 TD passes.

Susen scored on runs of 76 and 22 yards and hauled in a 75-yard touchdown pass from Bender.

Bender also threw a 30-yard scoring strike to Mason Reed and a 5-yard TD toss to Luke Edwards.

Also for Wilmington, Darren Miller scored on a 1-yard run and Ty Milliron broke loose for a 55-yard TD run.

Greenville’s touchdown in the 4th quarter was on a 17-yard pass. No names were submitted to The Herald.

Susen rushed for 101 yards on only 3 carries. Bender was 5-of-6 for 119 yards. Susen caught the TD pass for 75 yards and Reed hauled in 3 catches for 39 yards.

• Lakeview 22, Saegertown 12 – At Stoneboro, Coach Bill Hickman’s Sailors (2-2) held on for the Region 4 win over the Panthers.

Lakeview took an early 2-0 lead when Ryan O’Polka tackled Saegertown quarterback Henry Shaffer in the end zone for a safety.

The Sailors went up 9-0 in the 2nd quarter on a 1-yard TD run by Isaac DeVault and Mitchell Tingley’s extra-point kick.

Lakeview increased its lead to 15-0 in the 2nd frame on a 1-yard touchdown run by Damon Kerr, but Saegertown cut the lead to 15-6 late in the 1st half on a 5-yard TD run by Jacob Reisinger. 

In the 3rd quarter, the Panthers scored on a 10-yard run by Ryan Yoder to trim the lead to 15-12.

The Sailors put the game away in the 4th quarter on a 3-yard TD run by quarterback Gavin Murdock and Tingley’s PAT.

Cologano Wilkins led the Lakeview ground game with 15 carries for 107 yards while Murdock rushed for 61 yards on 11 totes. Murdock was 1-of-7 for 47 yards with the pass caught by Wilkins.

Clayton Smith recovered 2 fumbles for the Sailors and Kiefer Guthrie deflected a pass. Wilkins and DeVault blocked extra-point kicks.

Saegertown, which ended a 38-game losing streak in week 1 against Cochranton, fell to 1-3.

• Brookfield 35, Campbell Memorial 0 – At Addison Field, Warriors’ senior quarterback Haden Gibson (knee) returned to the lineup and threw 2 TD passes and rushed for another in the Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference win over the Red Devils (2-3, 2-4).

Gibson had a 14-yard touchdown run and threw TD strikes to Luca Franz (9 yards) and Donovan Pawlowski (55 yards). 

Also for the Warriors (4-1, 4-1), Teandre Craig scored on a 14-yard run and Isaiah Jones picked off a pass and returned it 11 yards for a score.

Gibson was 4-of-5 for 94 yards. Craig led the team in rushing (3-53) and Donovan Pawlowski (2-65) was the Warriors’ top receiver.

Brookfield hosts Oberlin in the opening round of the OHSAA Div. VI, Region 21 playoffs at 7 p.m. next Saturday night. The Warriors are seeded 7th, Oberlin 26th.


SHARPSVILLE   7     0   0   0     7

FARRELL        21   22   8   0   51

Scoring plays

F — Stallworth, 1 run (kick failed)

S — Henwood, 25 run (Campbell kick)

F — Stallworth, 1 run (Stallworth run)

F — Stallworth, 19 run (Samuels kick)

F — Stallworth, 52 run (kick failed)

F — Stallworth, 52 run (Butler catch)

F — Stallworth, 33 run (Holden run)

F — Kellar, 44 pass from Hartley (Stewart catch)

Team stats


14     First downs              17

221     Rushing yards          288

0     Passing yards          147

3-1-0     Att-comp-int           7-6-0

221     Total yards             435

2-2     Fumbles-lost            0-0

3-20       Penalties-yards lost     4-40

Individual stats

Rushing: SHARPSVILLE — Henwood 15-96, Roth 11-50, Tedrow 4-52, Kiria 9-23, Summer 7-9, Summers 1-1; FARRELL — Stallworth 13-246, Hartley 1-18, Butler 1-12, Wilson 2-11, Chambers 2-9, Strickland 1-4, Holden 2-(-12).

Passing: SHARPSVILLE — Tarnoci 2-1-0-0, Summers 1-0-0-0; FARRELL — Hartley 4-4-0-91, Holden 3-2-0-56.

Receiving: SHARPSVILLE — Roth 1-0; FARRELL — Butler 2-56, Stewart 2-51, Kellar 1-44, Wilson 1-(-4).


MIDDLESEX     7   0   7    0    14

REYNOLDS     22   0   0   14   36

Scoring plays

R — Livingston, 84 run (Livingston kick)

WM — C. Smith, 21 pass from Tate (Asche kick)

R — Mull, 33 run (Livingston kick)

R — Toy, 2 run (McLaughlin catch)

WM — Johnson, 68 run (Asche kick)

R — McCloskey, 1 run (Livingston kick)

R — Toy, 2 run (Livingston kick)

Team stats


11     First downs             13

103     Rushing yards         307

168     Passing yards          44

21-12-2     Att-comp-int          6-3-0

271     Total yards            351

2-1     Fumbles-lost           0-0

8-56     Penalties-yards lost    10-69

Individual stats

Rushing: WEST MIDDLESEX — Johnson 4-76, I. Smith 6-17, Tate 9-10; REYNOLDS — Livingston 8-98, McCloskey 17-80, Toy 18-75, Mull 5-45, Wagner 3-6, Earley 1-3, team 1-0.

Passing: WEST MIDDLESEX — Tate 21-12-2-168; REYNOLDS — McCloskey 4-2-0-25, John-Daniello 1-1-0-19, Mull 1-0-0-0.

Receiving: WEST MIDDLESEX — Johnson 3-60, Rea 5-50, Lowe 2-32, C. Smith 1-21, O’Neill 1-5; REYNOLDS — Earley 2-37, Toy 1-7.


SLIPP. ROCK    7   0   13   0   20

SHARON         7  10    7    7   31

Scoring plays

SR — Montgomery, 46 blocked punt return (Duffalo kick)

Sn — Norris, 11 run (Auchter kick)

Sn — Auchter, 26 FG

Sn — Salsgiver, 1 run (Auchter kick)

SR — Montgomery, 55 pass from Mokel (Duffalo kick)

SR — S. Thompson, 1 run (kick blocked)

Sn — Phillips, 5 pass from Salsgiver (Auchter kick)

Sn — Richardson, 15 run (Auchter kick)

Team stats

S.ROCK                SHARON

7     First downs             13

39     Rushing yards         177

156     Passing yards         136

26-13-3     Att-comp-int        16-11-0

195     Total yards             313

0-0     Fumbles-lost            1-1

4-30       Penalties-yards lost     7-56

Individual stats

Rushing: SLIPPERY ROCK — Galcik 3-24, S. Thompson 4-11, Montgomery 4-2, Mokel 4-5, Callen 1-(-3), Duffalo 1-0; SHARON — Richardson 21-106, Robinson 10-26, Salsgiver 9-20, Norris 6-25.

Passing: SLIPPERY ROCK — Mokel 26-13-3-156; SHARON — Salsgiver 16-11-0-136.

Receiving: SLIPPERY ROCK — Montgomery 5-88, Sabo 4-42, S. Thompson 2-10, Galcik 1-13, Plesakov 1-3; SHARON — Phillips 8-56, Richardson 2-55, Norris 1-25.


WILMINGTON   27   14   0   7   48

GREENVILLE     0     0    0   6    6

Scoring plays

W — Miller, 1 run (kick failed)

W — Susen, 75 pass from Bender (Hartwell kick)

W — Susen, 76 run (Hartwell kick)

W — Susen, 22 run (Hartwell kick)

W — Reed, 30 pass from Bender (Winters kick)

W — Edwards, 5 pass from Bender (Winters kick)

W — Milliron, 55 run (Reed kick)

G — 17-yard pass (kick failed)

Team stats


14     First downs              11

344     Rushing yards         121

119     Passing yards           70

6-5-0     Att-comp-int          10-4-2

463     Total yards             191

1-1     Fumbles-lost            1-1

2-10       Penalties-yards lost     2-20

Individual stats

Rushing: WILMINGTON — Susen 3-101, Milliron 1-55, Edwards 3-49, Bender 4-43, Decaprio 6-29, Miller 4-16, Chrastina 3-9; GREENVILLE — No stats reported.

Passing: WILMINGTON — Bender 6-5-0-119; GREENVILLE — No names submitted 10-4-2-70.

Receiving: WILMINGTON — Susen 1-75, Reed 3-39, Edwards 1-5; GREENVILLE — No stats reported.


SAEGERTOWN   0    6    6   0   12

LAKEVIEW        2   13   0   7   22

Scoring plays

L — safety

L — DeVault, 1 run (Tingley kick)

L — Kerr, 1 run (kick failed)

S — Reisinger, 5 run (kick failed)

S — Yoder, 10 run (kick failed)

L — Murdock, 3 run (Tingley kick)

Team stats


N/A     First downs            N/A

N/A     Rushing yards          259

N/A     Passing yards           47

N/A     Att-comp-int           7-1-0

N/A     Total yards             306

N/A     Fumbles-lost           N/A

N/A       Penalties-yards lost     N/A

Individual stats

Rushing: SAEGERTOWN — N/A; LAKEVIEW — Wilkins 15-107, Murdock 11-61, DeVault 7-35, Tingley 6-14, Crocker 1-12, Osborne 2-10, O’Polka 2-10, Kerr 3-8, Guthrie 1-2.

Passing: SAEGERTOWN — N/A; LAKEVIEW — Murdock 7-1-0-47.

Receiving: SAEGERTOWN — N/A; LAKEVIEW — Wilkins 1-47.


CAMPBELL      0     0    0   0    0

BROOKFIELD   14   21   0   0   35

Scoring plays

B — Gibson, 14 run (Hall kick)

B — Craig, 36 run (Hall kick)

B — Franz, 9 pass from Gibson (Hall kick)

B — Do. Pawlowski, 55 pass from Gibson (Hall kick)

B — Jones, 11 interception return (Hall kick)

Team stats


N/A     First downs            N/A

N/A     Rushing yards           90

N/A     Passing yards          101

N/A     Att-comp-int            191

N/A     Total yards            5-4-0

N/A     Fumbles-lost            0-0

N/A       Penalties-yards lost     5-30

Individual stats

Rushing: CAMPBELL MEMORIAL — N/A; BROOKFIELD — Craig 3-53, Smith 2-19, Gibson 2-16, Hoover 3-7, Do. Pawlowski 2-(-5).

Passing: CAMPBELL MEMORIAL — N/A; BROOKFIELD — Gibson 5-4-0-94, Do. Pawlowski 1-1-0-7.

Receiving: CAMPBELL MEMORIAL — N/A; BROOKFIELD — Do. Pawlowski 2-65, Da. Pawlowski 1-20, Franz 2-16.