CINCINNATI -- Talk about efficient passing.
Solomon Reed threw one incompletion all game as Princeton scored all of its points in the first half in a 45-17 win over Oak Hills on Friday.
Reed finished 17-for-18 for 260 yards, five touchdowns and -- of course -- no interceptions. He has completed at least 60 percent of his passes in all five of the Vikings’ game this season, and he this effort raised his percentage to 72.6.
Raymond Kozlowski caught four passes for a team-high 107 yards, and C.J. Henderson led Princeton in catches (5) and finished with 87 receiving yards. Both had TD catches.
The Highlanders’ Cameron Naber led all receivers with seven receptions for 182 yards and one touchdowns, and his QB -- Jacob Woycke -- ended the night 14 of 24 for 257 yards and one TD.
Both teams are home against winless teams next week, as Princeton hosts Lakota West while Oak Hills faces Middletown.