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Who won? Coverage of Nov. 12 high school football playoffs

Posted at 6:25 PM, Nov 12, 2021
and last updated 2021-11-13 00:05:03-05

CINCINNATI — High school football teams across the Tri-State put their seasons on the line Friday in the playoffs.

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In what has been dubbed as "Game of the Year, Part II," Lakota West switched the script on St. Xavier. After a narrow loss to the Bombers in the 2020 regional final, the Firebirds were able to defeat St. X in Friday's regional semifinal.

Lakota West switches script on St. X

Friday night also featured the rekindling of an old rivalry between Moeller and Princeton. The two schools have not played since 2008, and have not met in the postseason since 1993. Moeller won that game 18-15, and won again in another classic, 28-21.

Moeller defeats Princeton, 28-11

In Division II, La Salle and Winton Woods met in what is a rematch of last year's regional championship. La Salle won last year's game 35-10, but Friday was Winton Woods' time to shine. The Warriors won 42-25, packing their bags for the regional final against Piqua.

Winton Woods wins in Division II playoff game against La Salle

Clinton-Massie defeated Wyoming in the Division IV regional semifinals, 42-14. They'll face Archbishop McNicholas, who beat Eaton 33-14.

Clinton-Massie runs over Wyoming, 42-12
McNicholas defeats Eaton

In Kentucky, Dixie Heights and Ryle play in a 6A matchup, a rematch of a one-point game earlier this season. This time, Ryle had it under control, winning 36-7. Covington Catholic beat Conner handily earlier this season, and beat the Cougars once again, 35-14.

Ryle wins rematch with Dixie Heights
CovCath handily beats Conner

Bishop Brossart kept its perfect season alive, defeating Nicholas County 36-0. Beechwood also stayed unbeaten, winning at home against Holy Cross 48-0.

Bishop Brossart remains unbeaten, defeats Nicholas County
Beechwood remains unbeaten with Holy Cross win

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