Top stars, best performances in Week 5 of Ohio high school football

Here are some stars from Friday night’s games across Ohio.

If you know of a top performance we should include, please let us know in the comments.

Pictured above is St. Xavier running back Charles Kellom (photo by Ben Jackson), who had the first 200-plus-yard rushing game since 2013 for the Bombers on Friday.


Cameron Macon, Barberton RB

In a 28-21 road win, Macon opened the scoring with a 25-yard carry on third down, the first of his four touchdowns to lift his team past Highland. 

Danny Enovitch, St. Edward RB

Enovitch was responsible for 146 of the Eagles’ 217 yards on the ground. He finished with three touchdowns.

Charles Kellom, St. Xavier RB

The senior running back finished with 210 rushing yards and three touchdowns in the Bombers’ 49-16 win over Archbishop Moeller. 

Drew Allar, Medina QB

The Penn State commit broke another school record, this time being responsible for seven touchdowns (four passing and three on the ground). He finished 22-for-32 with 422 passing yards.

Scotty Fox, Mentor QB

Fox threw for 375 passing yards and five touchdowns, including an 88-yard play to end Mentor’s two-game losing streak. 

Cam Cope, La Salle QB/DB

Cope scored the game-winner with 6:43 remaining as he found the end zone from 7 yards out. 

Colin Quinlan, Willoughby South QB

The junior quarterback was nearly 100%, completing 12-of-13 passes for 181 yards and two touchdowns while also rushing for 59 yards. 

Michael Tommer, Independence QB

Tommer had a school-record-breaking night for passing yards and touchdown passes , as he finished with 363 passing yards and six touchdowns.

Kyle Zygmunt, Independence WR

Zygmunt excelled on both sides of the ball, making four catches for 140 yards and three touchdowns along with two interceptions.

Cameron Goode, Lakota West RB

Goode led the Firebirds to a win by rushing for 111 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries.

Te’Sean Smoot, Springfield QB

Smoot had three touchdowns (passing for two and running for another while playing just one half) in Springfield’s 42-0 shutout of Beavercreek.

Luke Devins, Berea-Midpark QB

Devins led his team to a 23-17 upset win over Avon Lake, completing 15-of-24 passes for 180 yards.

Sam DeTillio, Avon QB

DeTillio found seven different receivers as he threw for 185 yards and two touchdowns, while adding 77 yards on the ground.

Aiden Lal, Hudson RB

Lal racked up 28 carries for 259 yards and four touchdowns against Wadsworth. 

Alex Henry, Chardon QB

Henry finished the night with four touchdowns, including a 40-yard touchdown run to open the third quarter.

Mason Rus, Kirtland RB

On just 14 carries, Rus totaled 192 yards and three touchdowns.

Jalen White, Cleveland Heights RB

White led the way for the Tigers, making his way into the end zone twice in the first quarter to establish a 21-0 lead going into the second quarter. 

Nathan Lenz, St. Vincent-St. Mary QB

In just six passes, Lenz completed five for 102 yards and three touchdowns.

Donte Moore, Whitmer WR

Moore caught a 38-yard Hail Mary in the end zone to give his team a 20-6 halftime lead.

Mack Massad, Rocky River K

Massad set a new school record with a 47-yard field goal to defeat Elyria Catholic 21-18.  

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