Bill Estes Bears 13 - Tonn and Blank Steelers 12
The Week 3 match-up ended regulation and the first overtime in a 6-6 tie. In the second overtime, both teams scored a touchdown, but the Bears’ defense stopped the Steelers’ conversion attempt, while their offense put theirs in the end zone for the win. Nick Johnson led the Bears’ defense with multiple tackles for loss. Cam Edwards led the Bears’ offense with two touchdowns and the game-winning extra point.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Packers 26 - Tonn and Blank Steelers 0
The Packers’ offense was highlighted by counter runs from Jackson Hopkins and Jace Tunnel, passes caught by Isaac Watkins and Jayden Whitaker, and a well-executed triple option by Jacob Bollinger, Keedan Petre and Jayden Whitaker. After a long Steelers kick return to the Packers’ 4-yard line, the Pack’s defense stood strong and did not allow a touchdown.
Tonn and Blank Steelers 28 - Dick’s Sporting Goods Packers 0
The Packers started the game strong, turning the Steelers over on downs on their first series. However, the Steelers came back and recovered a fumble on their first defensive play, and Will Smith immediately followed with a touchdown run. Quarterback Ethan Vandeveer scored a touchdown, as did Martino Tabasco. Steelers middle linebacker Kalen Carroll made several tackles. The Packers offense was lead by strong efforts from Cade Garner, Garrett Dalton and Isaiah Street.
Long Electric Broncos 20- OrthoIndy Cowboys 8
Wide Receiver Steven Walsh had a big day for the Broncos, accounting for 14 of their 20 points. Walsh returned the game’s opening kickoff for a touchdown, caught a pass for a two-point conversion and caught a long touchdown pass from Wyatt Clodfelter. Dylan McKelvey had a 60-yard touchdown for the Broncos’ other score. On defense, Broncos Derek Fudge, Joel Lane and Carson Cole worked to contain the Cowboys’ ground game. Skyler Sarjent led the Cowboys ground attack and scored their lone touchdown in the fourth quarter, one in which the Cowboys controlled the ball for its entirety. Ean Alexander converted on the Cowboys’ two-point conversion on the game’s final play.