Rolling up 35 first-quarter points on only 13 plays, the Falcons won their 30th straight SCOL football contest.
Wyatt Running had 194 yards rushing and 4 TDs, while Bayle Wolf added 169 yards and 3 scores in the first half as the Falcons entered halftime with a 70-0 lead.
Wolf now has 1,063 yards for the season.
Washington was led by Tye Smith, who was held to 47 yards, breaking his 5-game streak of 100 plus yards rushing. Washington was 1 of 9 passing for 2 yards.
The Falcons (5-0/8-0) have scored 62 points or more in 5 of their first 8 games this season and have shutout 4 opponents so far.
The Panthers captured their 5th straight win after using a balance running attack to defeat the Tigers for the 9th time in their last 10 meetings.
Miami Trace had 404 yards in total offense, including 227 yards rushing. It was run by committee as it was spread out between 6 different backs who had between 29 and 59 yards rushing.
Jimmy Stroker had 2 running touchdowns with 54 yards rushing. He also passed for another TD, adding 127 yards through the air.
McClain had 123 yards in total offense but 52 of those came on a 4th quarter run by Zach Puckett. An Alex Hollar TD run and Puckett 2-point conversion late in the contest prevented a Panther shutout.
The Astros scored 14 points in the final period and used a 3-TD performance by Max Morrow to get their 2nd straight SCOL win of the season. Morrow finished with 39 carries and 222 yards, which puts him around the 1,400-yard mark this season.
Caleb Caplinger’s TD run with 1:42 left put the Astros ahead, and then, with seconds, left Clyde Snow had an interception to protect the win.
Madison Plains played without the services of star QB Ryne Davis who was hurt last week vs. Miami Trace.
Chaffin, of the Golden Eagles, ran an interception 98 yards for a score and caught a TD pass.
The Red Raiders used the legs and arms of Kyle Fisher to capture their first win of the season.
Fisher, who finished with 169 yards rushing, ran for 2 TDs and passed for another. London had 3 TDs called back due to penalties.
Hillsboro's only score came in the 2nd period, which, at the time, put the team up 8-7 after a TD pass from Logan Lesley to Kyler White.
Lesley finished with 95 yards passing and 36 yards rushing.
The Indians’ star player, Kordell Ford, suffered a knee injury in the 2nd period and missed the rest of the game.
London picked off 3 Indians passes in the contest.
Clinton-Massie (5-0/8-0) at Miami Trace (5-0/5-3)
Hillsboro (0-5/0-8) at Washington CH (3-2/4-4)
Madison Plains (1-4/4-4) at Greenfield McClain (3-2/5-3)
London (1-4/1-7) at East Clinton (2-3/3-5)