Top stars, best performances in Week 10 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 Lakota West’s Jyaire Brown (photo by Ben Jackson), an Ohio State commit who had one interception and caused another Friday against Lakota East.

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CJ Hester, Wyoming RB

Hester’s five-touchdown night in a 38-7 win over Madeira gave the junior 34 on the season and put him over 2,000 yards.

Rocco Conti, Olmsted Falls RB

Conti had 22 carries for 193 yards and seven touchdowns in Olmsted Falls’ 63-49 win over Berea-Midpark.

Eathan Cobbin, Ravenna QB

The senior quarterback threw for 154 yards and two touchdowns, but he did most of his damage on the ground with 18 carries for 210 yards two more touchdowns in a 34-16 win over Woodridge.

Jamie Heron, Avon Lake LB

Heron was a menace on defense and special teams in Avon Lake’s 49-27 win over North Ridgeville, blocking a punt and returning it for a touchdown and recording a 33-yard pick-six.

Simon Monnin, Upper Arlington QB

Monnin had 210 yards on 14-of-17 passing and a career-high four touchdowns, three of them to Sam Cannon in Upper Arlington’s 42-14 win over Hilliard Davidson.

Wyatt Holt, Anderson DB

Holt’s late interception sealed Anderson’s rivalry victory over Turpin in a defensive battle that ended 21-14 in the Redskins’ favor.

Jyaire Brown, Lakota West DB

Brown had an interception to set up a touchdown and caused another in Lakota West’s 34-7 win over Lakota East.

Jasiah Medley, Piqua RB

Medley carried 16 times for 297 yards and four touchdowns in Piqua’s 49-6 win over Stebbins.

Luke Roach, Hoover RB

Roach outgained the entire Jackson team 104-103, including a 71-yard TD run that brought out the running clock in a 38-7 win.

Preston Hopperton, Streetsboro WR

Hopperton set a school record with his 11th touchdown reception of the season.

Ryan Orosz, Stow-Munroe Falls LB

Orosz recorded a safety that proved to be the difference in Stow-Munroe’s 22-21 win over Hudson to win the 2021 Suburban League National Division.

Grant Martinez, Monroe K

Martinez hit the game-winning field goal in the final seconds to lift Monroe to a 16-14 win over Eaton.

Trevor Van Horn, Green QB

Van Horn’s 178 yards passing made him the school’s single-season leader in that category, and he ran for another 49 as Green beat Lake 24-14.

Ty’Waun Clark, Toledo Central Catholic QB

Clark threw three touchdown passes and ran for another two as Central Catholic won its 18th straight Irish Knight trophy with a 49-7 victory over St. Francis.

Drew Ramsey, Elder ATH

Ramsey had 182 total yards and two rushing touchdowns in Elder’s 28-21 win over La Salle.

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