Week 3 high school football scores in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky

 

Week 3 high school football scores in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky

Shelby DermerCincinnati Enquirer

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Follow the Friday night action live as The Enquirer gives you real-time score updates on all the Week 3 matchups from Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana.

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Each week, The Enquirer will do an extensive wrap up of the previous weekend's high school football action before previewing the upcoming games. Here's everything you need to know for Week 3.

OHIO 

(Game placement is determined by the home team's conference, unless playing a school from outside of The Enquirer's coverage area). 

Greater Miami Conference (GMC)

Princeton 44, Dublin Coffman 7

Unbeaten Princeton showed it could get off the mat in a hurry Friday night in Columbus. Trailing Dublin Coffman 7-0 with 10:44 left in the first half, Princeton rattled off 34 points in the second quarter to turn an early deficit into a 27-point halftime advantage. Sophomore signal-caller T.J. Engleman continued to impress, throwing two touchdowns and running for 90 yards and a score. He now has 15 total touchdowns in his first three varsity games. Engleman threw touchdowns to Rodney Harris Jr. and Jaleel Engleman to end the first half, then Emoni Steele ignited the running clock with a nine-yard touchdown early in the third quarter. Steele finished with 105 yards on seven carries and Maurice Bolden had 82 yards and a touchdown on just five attempts. 

Princeton - 0 34 7 3 - 44

Dublin Coffman - 0 7 0 7 - 14

DC- Hedderly 59 pass from Maggs (Mercer kick)

P- Borden 68 run (Walker kick)

P- Woods 61 punt return (Walker kick)

P- T.J. Engleman 8 run (kick failed)

P- Harris Jr. 35 pass from T.J. Engleman (Walker kick)

P- Jaleel Engleman 35 pass from T.J. Engleman (Walker kick)

P- Steele 9 run (Walker kick)

P- FG Walker 30

DC- Moloney 1 run (Mercer kick)

Records: P 3-0, DC 0-3