MASSILLON, Ohio (AP) -- Isreal Green rushed for Division II records of six touchdowns and 326 yards to lead Trotwood-Madison to its first state football championship, 42-28 over Avon on Friday night.
The Rams (15-0) bounced back from a 45-33 loss in the 2010 title game to Maple Heights when they blew a 26-7 lead. Trotwood-Madison also was runner-up in 1981.
Green's longest TD was a 74-yarder in which he eluded five tacklers near midfield with a series of remarkable moves and sped down the sideline. He also scored on runs of 38 and 4 yards and three plunges of 1 yard.
Avon (13-2) took a 7-0 lead on a 65-yard interception return by Ralph Smith. Justin O'Rourke passed for 325 yards and three TDs for the Eagles.