Jafe Pitcock #92
Bill Nees of Piqua and Ed Mignery of Xenia both participated in the FirstFridayFoundation program held across the state to help "Tackle Prostrate Cancer One Play At A Time."
So did the officials. The blue wrist band is representative of the cause that you can read more about at FirstFridayFoundation.org
Zach Furlong's offer sheet is about as impressive as anyone's in Ohio at this point.
After an interception put the ball on the Piqua 48, Saine scored from 52 yards out on the Indians first offensive play for a 7-0 lead.
Saine helped out on the tackle on kickoff coverage as well.
Junior running back Aston Jackson has no where to run on this play.
Pete Rolf #9
Touchdown number 2 came after Saine plowed into the middle and bounced it outside after contact...
...to easily score from 3 yards out and give the Indians a quick 14-0 lead.
This 45-yard run down to the five by Dominique Cokes to the 5 set up Xenia's only score of the game to cut the lead to 14-7 at the time.
With a 28-7 lead at halftime, Saine received his nomination to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
He also received a track plaque which recognized his 10.38-second state record 100-meter dash time and an award from Gatorade for being Ohio's male track athlete of the year last track season.
In the third period, Saine stretched the lead for Piqua to 35-7 on this 74-yard run.
Justin Hemm had 138 yards and 2 TDs on 11 carries.
After rushing for 238 yards and 5 TDs in the opener against Hamilton, Jackson was held to 52 yards on 21 carries against Piqua
In all, the Dayton Daily News had Saine down for 249 yards on 22 carries...and 3 TDs.