MIDVALE -- Indian Valley High pounded visiting Beaver Local by a lopsided 42-0 score on Friday.

Indian Valley had a huge night running the ball with three runners gaining over 100 yards.

Quarterback Brady Cotsmire led the rushing attack with 15 carries for 129 yards. Ross Love who only needed five carries to gain 128 yards rushing and Cory Carlisle ran for 118 yards on 13 carries.

Love scored first for the Braves on a six-yard run and he also delivered the extra-point kick with 9:02 left in the first quarter to put the Braves up, 7-0.

The Braves wanted more Love as they gave him the ball again and he turned it into a 24-yard sprint to the end zone less than two minutes later to push the lead to 14-0.

In the second quarter, Cotsmire got involved in the scoring by turning in a two-yard touchdown run, extending the lead to 21-0 with 5:29 before halftime.

Love garnered more yards and another score as he broke free from Indian Valley's 18-yard line and 82 yards later he was in the end zone, widening the gap to 28-0.

Cotsmire tallied another touchdown on an 18-yard scamper with just over a minute to go before the half to put the Braves up 35-0 at the break.

The third quarter was owned by the defenses as nobody put up points, but Indian Valley came back for one last score in the fourth quarter.

With 9:55 left in the game, Carlisle added a 62-yard touchdown dash to the Braves box score to seal the deal.

Love conncected on all six extra-point tries and also hauled in two passes for 38 yards to complete his big night.

Dalton Bolon also hauled in two passes for the Braves while gaining 22 yards.

Indian Valley earned 13 first downs while Beaver Local only had seven.

The Braves put up a lofty 375 yards rushing compared to Beaver's 121 yards.

Neither team picked up much passing yards, with Indian Valley turning in 60 yards and Beaver Local earning 25 yards through the air.

Both teams lost two fumbles.

NEXT--Indian Valley welcomes Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy to town on Friday at 7 p.m.