They won 28-21.
The Rockets know it isn't the best scenario to have a decision made in an office and not on the field.
"We have relentlessly scored points throughout the season, we have an affective offense, our defense has gotten significantly better since the (second week of the season) at Sharpesville. We're one of the top eight teams in District 10," said coach Mike Reynolds just after winning their sixth game of the season. "At this point, we told the kids, 'you can only control the things you can control.' We knew it was going to be a battle to the end of the game. They execute well, they throw well that's a real good quarterback and they have a couple real good receivers." He said Corry beat Leboeuf last week so they were not a push over
District 10 has their hands full. The Rockets are 6-4, but they did not beat a team with a winning record. They scored 330 points in 10 games this season. That has to mean something.
McLane is also 6-4 and have scored over 40 points in each of their last three games against Fairview, Girard and winless Warren. They did lose to Leboeuf, but it was in week two 38-28. They scored 326 points in ten games.
Leboeuf is 7-3 , but were upset by Corry last week. They rebounded to win their last game convincingly over Sharpesville. They also won a barn burner overtime game against Fairview In week four.
So the D10 folks have a real mess to figure out.
Mong and McDonald had touchdowns as well as two by Covell.