JAMESTOWN — Greeneview running back Griffin Mangan nearly out-gained the entire South Charleston Southeastern football team in the Rams’ 69-7 win on Oct. 6.
Mangan carried nine times for 180 yards and two touchdowns, while the Trojans had 219 yards as a team. Greeneview (7-0, 2-0 Ohio Heritage Conference) ran 34 times for 445 yards and had 509 total yards. Clay Payton ran six times for 96 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while Nick Clevenger ran eight times for 57 yards and one score, and Jayden Dehaven three times for 39 yards and a touchdown.
Greeneview scored on special teams, as Tyler Robinette returned a punt 47 yards for a score, and on defense as Dehaven returned an interception 24 yards for a score. Other touchdowns came from Dakota Mangan on a 17-yard run, and Rion Evans on a 25-yard run.
Greeneview led 21-0 after the first quarter, 42-0 at halftime and 55-7 after three.
Defensively Levi Rudduck led the Rams with five tackles, while Caden Anderson and Jacob Green had five each. Anderson also had an interception.
Greeneview is projected to be sixth in Division V Region 20 when the Ohio High School Athletic Association releases its latest computer rankings Oct. 10, but the state-ranked Rams are not guaranteed a playoff spot. In fact, the Rams could go 10-0 and miss the playoffs if they only get their minimum amount of computer points, as projected by joeeitel.com.
Game information courtesy Greeneview High School.