Bayle Wolf ran for 220 yards and scored five touchdowns to lead Clinton-Massie to its first state football championship, 46-36 over St. Clairsville in Division IV on Friday.
Wolf scored on a 9-yard run and 36-yard pass from Tyler Uetrecht in the first three minutes for the Falcons (15-0). They totaled 822 points this year, a state record for any level.
St. Clairsville (14-1) rallied from a 19-0 deficit in its first title game. The Red Devils got within 39-36 as Matt Kinnick passed for 437 yards. The senior quarterback had scoring throws of 7, 76, 9 yards and 46 yards to Jerrid Marhefka.
Marhefka had nine receptions and a title-game record 272 yards.
Wolf intercepted a pass with 1:30 left to help preserve the win.
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