Kettering Fairmont can’t get anything going against swarming Springfield defense (photos)

Photos by Ben Jackson

Springfield quarterback Te’Sean Smoot threw one touchdown pass and ran for another, but the Wildcats’ defense was the difference in a 17-0 win at Kettering Fairmont to remain undefeated.

Springfield (5-0) receiver Anthony Brown returned from a Week 1 injury to catch five passes for 81 yards and a 48-yard touchdown from Smoot in a game where all of the scoring came in the first half.

The Wildcats’ defense, in securing its second straight shutout, held Fairmont’s (4-2) strong rushing attack to just 58 yards — half of that coming from Greater Western Ohio Conference leading rusher Drew Baker.

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