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By MICHAEL BURWELL
TIFFIN — The 16 seniors on Liberty-Benton’s football team wanted to make some noise this season.
They sent another message loud and clear Friday night.
L-B racked up nearly 400 yards of offense, with senior quarterback Austin May accounting for all five touchdowns, as the Eagles advanced to their fourth state semifinal in school history with a 37-17 win over Jeromesville Hillsdale in a Division VI, Region 22 final at Frost-Kalnow Stadium.
“Those seniors, since January, that was it. They wanted to get in the playoffs and they wanted to make some noise,” L-B coach Tim Nichols said. “Proud of those guys, that’s where it’s at.
“You win with seniors, you lose with seniors and this year we won with our senior group. Extremely proud of them. Now we’ll get ready to go play again.”
L-B (12-1) advanced to its first state semifinal since 2012. The Eagles will take on defending Division VI state champion Marion Local (13-0) at 7:30 . Friday at a site to be determined.
“It feels great,” May said. “We haven’t made it since 2012 and especially, we haven’t made the playoffs the past few years. Turning a 6-4 season around and going 12-1 right now, we just got to keep clicking and Marion Local’s a great team. It’s going to be a good matchup next Friday night.”
Marion Local, which has won nine state titles (all since 2000), advanced to its seventh straight semifinal with a 33-0 win over Midwest Athletic Conference rival Coldwater in the Region 24 final. The Flyers have outscored their playoff opponents 95-0 in three games this postseason.
Hillsdale finished 9-4 after advancing to its second regional final in school history.
May, a 6-foot-3, 194-pound senior, bruised Hillsdale’s defense for 111 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries. He was also 9 of 17 for 153 yards, two touchdowns and an interception through the air.
May ran for a 46-yard score on third-and-5 early in the second quarter to give the Eagles a 10-0 lead with 9:28 left. He added an 8-yard score, also on third-and-5, to give L-B a 16-0 lead with 3:34 left in the half after Eli Heaster’s extra point attempt was blocked.
“Once again, it was kind of with his feet and we were able to get him in space there a few times and if you can get him in space and run it north and south, he’s pretty fast,” Nichols said of May. “Thankfully, we were able to do that and move some formations around a little bit in order to get that done. We kind of created some things and I thought our kids responded well to that.”
The Eagles forced a turnover on downs on Hillsdale’s next possession and took over at their own 44 with 1:22 left.
It didn’t take long for the Eagles to tack on another score.
May found Conor Greer for a 5-yard completion and followed that with a 17-yard completion to Will Poling. On the next play, May fired a pass down the middle of the field to Justin Risner for a 34-yard score to extend the lead to 23-0 with 41 seconds left.
“He’s a great athlete,” Hillsdale coach Tom Williams said. “He’s a running back who happens to be 6-4, 200 pounds and he can throw it really well, and he can run it really well.”
The Eagles’ defense did its part as well.
L-B held Hillsdale to just 60 yards in the first half. The Falcons didn’t score until Josh Vinsack’s 28-yard field goal with 35 seconds left in the third quarter.
Garrett Smith, a 5-7, 155-pound junior who has gained nearly 1,300 rushing yards this season for Hillsdale, was held to just 32 yards on 12 carries in the first half.
“Their defense just did a great job of getting off blocks,” Williams said. “It seemed like they had more than 11 guys on the field on some of those plays because he broke some tackles and there were still just more guys there waiting for him.”
May added a 21-yard rushing touchdown in the third quarter to cap a three-play, 62-yard scoring drive. Running back Jon Sadler, playing in his second straight game after missing the previous seven weeks with a broken collarbone, ran for 29 and 12 yards on the drive. Overall, the 5-10, 180-pound junior rumbled for 95 yards on eight carries.
May and Risner hooked up for another score in the fourth quarter, from 25 yards out, as the Eagles built a 37-3 lead with 9:01 left.
“You just got to give them a lot of credit. They are a great football team and they are just good at every position,” Williams said. “Just across the board; the line, their backs, offense, defense, special teams, they’re just a very, very good football team. They just were the better team tonight.”
L-B finished with 243 rushing yards on 31 carries, while Hillsdale had 117 on 26 tries.
Heaster also kicked a 28-yard field goal on the Eagles’ opening possession.
L-B, however, lost a key player to another collarbone injury as sophomore Marshall Rose left the game after being tackled on a 23-yard carry on the sixth play of the game. He had two receptions for 21 yards on the drive as well.
“I don’t think it’s good,” Nichols said of the injury. “Sometimes, it’s just the wrong angle at the wrong time. Unfortunately, he’s probably done and we told him here that he needs to understand we probably wouldn’t be here without what he’s done for us for 12 weeks.”
Smith finished with 84 yards on 20 carries, including an 18-yard touchdown run late in the game. Quarterback Trey Williams completed 15 of 24 passes for 111 yards and an interception, and he found Alex Becker for a 20-yard touchdown late in the game as well.
Becker finished with 80 yards on 10 catches.
Hillsdale 0 0 3 14 — 17
Liberty-Benton 3 20 7 7 — 37
L-B — FG Heaster 28
L-B — May 46 run (Heaster kick)
L-B — May 8 run (kick blocked)
L-B — Risner 34 pass from May (Heaster kick)
L-B — May 21 run (Heaster kick)
HILLS — FG Vinsack 28
L-B — Risner 25 pass from May (Heaster kick)
HILLS — Becker 20 pass from Williams (Vinsack kick)
HILLS — Smith 18 run (Vinsack kick)
First Downs 13 13
Rushes-yards 26-117 31-243
Passing Yards 111 153
Comp-Att-Int 15-24-1 9-17-1
Punts-Avg. 2- 2-
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0
Penalties-Yards 3-20 5-45
rushing — Hillsdale, Smith 20-84, Williams 4-31, Becker 1-4, McFadden 1-(-2). Liberty-Benton, May 11-111, Sadler 8-95, Rose 2-23, Dillon 1-7, Greer 4-5, Poling 2-2, Collert 1-1, Abbott 2-(-1).
passing — Hillsdale, Williams 15-24-1, 111 yards. Liberty-Benton, May 9-17-1, 153 yards.
receiving — Hillsdale, Becker 10-80, McFadden 3-29, Smith 2-2. Liberty-Benton, Risner 2-59, Dillon 2-35, Rose 2-21, Poling 1-17, Sadler 1-16, Greer 1-5.
Ferguson didn’t babysit Smith when it came to diet. “He knows what he’s doing,” he says. “He was usually taking in about 3,500 calories, and as long as he hit that goal, I didn’t care how many meals he took to get it. Usually we were doing about five.” During sessions they would occasionally take a spoonful or two of protein powder from Optimum Nutrition. Smith’s go-to dinner was a grilled chicken breast, with sweet potato and broccoli. He didn’t even touch a carb on Christmas. “It was terrible,” Smith says.