JM Blue Jay Football on a roll! Wins Browns Game of the Week, bests Western Reserve for the first time in 15 years


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Cleveland Browns Game of the Week

Congratulations on being the winning matchup for the Week 6 Cleveland Browns High School Game of the Week (HSGOTW) presented by Ohio Cat and in association with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) and Raising Cane’s. Thanks to everyone who voted!

Western Reserve Outcome

Friday night the Jays traveled to Berlin Center,OH to take on the Western Reserve Blue Devils. For the first time since 2004, Jackson-Milton football left this game with a victory! The Jays played hard all night long and won an exciting game 46-38. The Jays started fast as they raced out to a 20-0 lead before allowing a touchdown right before the half to make it 20-8.

The Jays came out the second half and extended the lead to 46-22 before a late surge by the Blue Devils. The Blue Jay’s offense accumulated over 400 total yards, rushing for 229 yards and passing for 181. The Blue Jays had 4 rushing touchdowns on the night (3 from Sr RB Sean Lengyel and 1 from Sr QB Frank Prozy) and 2 passing touchdowns (Prozy connected with Sr. Wr Cole Grope for a 32 yard score and Sr Aaren Landis for a 20 yard touchdown). Leading the Blue Jays again in rushing was Lengyel with 22 attempts for 150 yards and 3 touchdowns. Prozy carried the ball 12 times for 53 yards and 1 touchdown. Sr FB Noah Kramer finished with 5 attempts for 19 yards while Grope had 2 attempts for 5 yards.

Leading the Jays in passing was Prozy who went 8/16 for 181 yards and 2 touchdowns. He also connected on 2 successful two-point conversions, 1 to Grope and 1 to Landis. Cole Grope led all receivers in catches (5) and yards (148) while hauling in 1 receiving touchdown. Defensively, the Jays were led by Lengyel with 13 tackles and 1 interception return for a touchdown, giving him his 4th total touchdown of the game. Following Lengyel in tackles was Kramer (9), Prozy (8) with 1 sack and 3 tackles for loss, Eythan Evans (8), Landis (6) and Michael Woloschak (6). The Blue Jays forced 3 turnovers on the night which included an interception from Grope, and a fumble recovery for Sr. DL Mark Martin.