The Dublin Scioto High School football team closed the season with a 17-7 loss to Canal Winchester in an OCC-Cardinal Division game Oct. 30 at home.

The Dublin Scioto High School football team closed the season with a 17-7 loss to Canal Winchester in an OCC-Cardinal Division game Oct. 30 at home.

The Irish lost their final five games to finish 2-8 overall, matching their worst record in program history. They had the same record in 2011, when they lost their final four contests.

Running back Nick Tiell rushed for 70 yards and two touchdowns to help lead the Indians, who won their final two games to finish 2-8. His 5-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and a 39-yard field goal by Trevor Thompson gave Canal Winchester a 10-0 lead at halftime.

Tiell added a 2-yard score in the third quarter to put the Indians ahead 17-0.

Jestin Penn's 9-yard touchdown run in the third quarter accounted for the only scoring for Scioto, which was held to 163 total yards and only four first downs.

Also for the Irish, Dominick Cutchember rushed 12 times for 43 yards and quarterback Evan Wallace added 32 yards rushing on nine carries and completed three of six passes for 45 yards.

Scioto finished 1-6 in the OCC-Cardinal to place seventh, behind co-champions Dublin Jerome and Westerville Central (both 6-1), Hilliard Bradley and Hilliard Darby (both 5-2), Westerville South (3-4) and Canal Winchester (2-5) and ahead of Westerville North (0-7).