FRANKLINVILLE - Trent Dingman rushed for over 100 yards and scored twice as Franklinville (1-1) downed Forestville (0-2) in Class DD football, 34-14, on Friday night.
Dingman crossed the goal line on runs of seven yards and 16 yards in the first half and recorded 109 yards in 15 carries.
Jayme Greiner hit paydirt from the 10 and Carl Ratzel recovered fumble in the end zone during a 21-0 first quarter.
Peter Kopp added 60 yards on 12 attempts while tallying on a 10-yard run and converting four placements for the winners.
Forestville scored when Adam Pleva caught a 15-yard pass from Jake Nosbisch and Nosbisch went over from the four. Nosbisch was 7-of-18 for 103 yards passing and teammate Cody Jackson had nine tackles for the Hornets.
Forestville 0 0 6 8 - 14
Franklinville 21 7 6 0 - 34
Fra - Dingman 7 run (Kopp pl.).
Fra - Greiner 10 run (Kopp pl.).
Fra - Ratzel rec. fumble in end zone (Kopp pl.).
Fra - Dingman 16 run (Kopp pl.).
For - Pleva 15 pass from Nosbisch (kick failed).
Fra - Kopp 10 run (kick failed).
For - Nosbisch 4 run (Szumugla pass from Nosbisch).
SOUTH DAYTON - The first-half offensive production from Andrew Graham and Devin Moorhead was more than enough to lead Sherman (2-0) past Pine Valley, 35-7, Friday in Class DD action Graham threw for 110 yards and two scores while also running four times for another 27 yards.
Moorhead was virtually unstoppable with 150 yards on just 10 carries. He scored twice on the ground and also grabbed a 28-yard touchdown reception that opened the scoring.
Moorhead continued the assault with a 25-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, but that was all the scoring Pine Valley (0-2) allowed as the Panthers stepped up in the second half.
Josh Kilburn got Pine Valley on the board with a 39-yard touchdown run that was part of a 24-carry, 104-yard performance for the running back.
"He worked hard all day for us," Buczek added.
The Panthers defense held its own in the second half and even provided a highlight when Ryan Clutter picked off a Graham pass.
"We got a little more penetration from our (defensive) line," Buczek explained. "That helped our linebackers form up and make tackles."
Dan Weaver led the Panthers with eight tackles and Sherman's Greiner led all tacklers with 10.
Pine Valley travels to play Ellicottville next week while Sherman hosts Westfield.