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Trailing by two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, the Falcons showed the heart and perseverance of defending champions.
Davidson has the running game and the defense to match up with the Crusaders in the D-! state semifinal. See who we pick to win.
The Ohio Division II state semifinal Friday should be a doozy. See who we predict to win.
Years ago, it wasn’t cool to be in the high school marching band. Flash forward to today at Lakota West High School.
Moeller and Clinton-Massie are going back to state in hopes of repeating their 2012 titles, while Loveland is taking the big stage for the first time.
Moeller quarterback Gus Ragland ran for four touchdowns and the Crusaders defense rose up in the second half to beat the Colerain Cardinals in the Division I regional final.
Moeller took down undefeated Colerain last fall on its way to a state title. See who's got the edge in Saturday's D-I regional championship rematch.
Loveland knocked off Mount Healthy in one of the most gut-wrenching, breathtaking finishes you could ever see in the Division II region championship Friday night.
Clinton-Massie's defense sealed the 21-14 victory against Alter in a thrilling Division IV Region 14 championship game.
Loveland senior Gunner Gambill was voted the WCPO Player of the Week for Week 12 with a record 18,856 votes (41.3 percent).
The battle between Loveland's offensive line and Mount Healthy's front seven could decide the Division II regional championship Friday night.
The Moeller-Colerain playoff game will not draw enough fans to merit moving it to Paul Brown Stadium or Nippert Stadium, an OHSAA spokesperson said Wednesday.
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