Dwenger Rallies Past North Side; South Gains First Win, Snider, Leo, Heritage Prevail (VIDEO)

By Dean Pantazi - 21 Alive

September 7, 2013 Updated Sep 7, 2013 at 11:54 PM EDT

UNDATED (21 Alive) - Bishop Dwenger came from well back to remain unbeaten, Concordia and South Side won for the first time. and Snider, Leo, and Heritage racked up victories Friday night.

Mike Fiacable ran in from ten yards out with less than two minutes remaining to lift Dwenger to their 32-28 win at North Side,

Fiacable has a second touchdown run and also threw for a score, and Ryan Cinadr ran for a touchdown and 103 yards for the Saints.

Michael Lovett ran for two touchdowns and hit Zach McKinstry for two scores for the Redskins.

Trae Maesten threw two touchdown passes, the second as time expired, and South Side handed Bishop Luers their third loss without a win 27-21.

Donovan Clark and Dominique Williams each ran for a score for the Archers, while C.J. McCarter scored twice for Luers.

Jibri Bramley rushed for 118 yards and three touchdowns as 5A top ranked Snider erased a 14-7 deficit to outlast Northrop 35-28.

Mike Snyder threw for a pair of touchdowns for the Bruins.

Logan Leiter ran through Adams Central for 163 yards and three touchdowns to key Leo's 42-0 romp over the Flying Jets, who were held to 99 yards of total offense.

Branson Dossen threw for the winning touchdown late in the fourth quarter and also had a touchdown run as Heritage turned back Woodlan 21-16.

Jaylin Bennett had 149 yards and a score for the Warriors.

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