CLAYTON — Centerville and Northmont provided plenty of offensive fireworks Friday night.
Top 22 selection Jacob Harrison was at the center of a lot of them for the Elks offense.
The senior quarterback completed 19 of 23 passes for 360 yards and four touchdowns.
The 360 yards breaks a record he set earlier this season against Springboro (335). Prior to this season Kirk Herbstreit held the record of 317 yards in a single game.
The four passing touchdowns ties a mark Harrison previously tied against Springboro. Those performances match Ryan Hawk’s record of four passing touchdowns in a single game.
Harrison added 175 yards rushing including a 91 yard touchdown run. The 91 yard TD run ties Tom Razzano (1973), Chris Forgy (1977) and Scott Neff (1981) for longest run from scrimmage in school history.
He’s now thrown for 1,780 yards this season setting the Centerville single season passing record. Harrison’s 18 touchdowns surpass Hawk’s single season record of 15.
Through his high school career at Chaminade Julienne and Centerville Harrison has now thrown for 7,854 yards which moves him to 23rd on the OHSAA All-Time Passing Leaders list.
Junior Colin DeBord caught six passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns, senior Nate Richmond added four catches for 113 yards and two touchdowns.
Grant Tinnerman added a 49 yard field goal at the end of the first half for Centerville.
For Northmont Avery Miliner carried the ball 24 times for 187 yards and two touchdowns.
Jabari Perkins had 3 carries for 74 yards and two touchdowns adding four catches for 27 yards and a 46 yard pass.
Nick Boyd led the Thunderbolts’ receivers with seven catches for 152 yards and two touchdowns.