MIDVALE -- Indian Valley picked up its second win of the season with a 28-12 victory over Canton Timken on Friday.
Dakota Sentz was a man on a mission all night for the Braves with 216 yards rushing on 33 attempts while scoring two touchdowns.
Indian Valley came up with 317 yards total on the ground and another 45 though the air. Dominic Bell carried for 57 yards go to with two TDs. Quarterback Adam Mizer was 3-for-6 in passing with no interceptions. Dusty Byers had all three receptions for the Red and Blue
Sentz scored on an eight yard run in the first quarter to put the Braves in front. Jorge Lima's kick, his first of four on the night, made it 7-0.
In the second period the teams traded scores - a one yard run by Bell followed by a 10-yard strike from Trojan quarterback Eric Armstead to Chase Polk. Sentz scored again soon after though, this time on a five-yard run, to make it 21-6 at halftime.
Timken scored in the third quarter when Armstead raced 54 yards to cut the lead to 21-12, but the Braves matched that when Bell ran in from the three to close scoring for the night.
Armstead finished 7-of-17 for 97 yards with one interception, courtesy of Bell, and had 58 yards rushing. Polk had five receptions for 81 yards for the Trojans (1-4, 0-2 PAC).
Indian Valley next hosts Manchester on Friday. The Panthers (4-1, 2-0 PAC) defeated Fairless 53-7 last week. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.