Three down and three to go in the OHSAA Football Playoffs. Friday night saw
24 teams looking to advance to the State Semifinals next week. But while each of
these teams had great seasons, 12 saw their season come to an end. Here are the
final scores for Division Two, Three and Five from Friday night.
Canfield 7 - Louisville 0
Dayton Carroll 20 - Springboro 7
Tallmadge 19 - Akron Hoban 7
Toledo Central Catholic 35 - Avon Lake 14
Akron Buchtel 7 - Youngstown Liberty 6
Clyde 7 - Springfield Shawnee 0
Columbus DeSales 28 - Thornville Sheridan 0
Steubenville 33 - Newark Licking Valley 7
Centerburg 26 - Lucasville Valley 21
Cincinnati Hills Christian 39 - Lima Central Catholic 35
Hamler Patrick Henry 56 - Bucyrus Wynford 35
N. Lima S. Range 21 - W. Salem NW 14
In Division Two #1 seeded Tallmadge made it out of their bracket. While #1
seed Avon Lake dropped to #2 Toledo Central Catholic. Canfield pulled off the
same feat by defeating #1 seed Louisville. But the upset of the night in
Division Two came in Dayton as Dayton Carroll, #6 seed, defeated #1 seed
In Division Three #3 seed Akron Buchtel stopped the dream season of #5 seed
Youngstown Liberty. Number one seed Clyde held on and defeated #2 seed
Springfield Shawnee. Steubenville is running high as their defense held #2 seed
Newark Licking Valley to only seven points. Steubenville has only give up a
total of 20 points in their three playoff games. Columbus St. Francis DeSales
may have gone 6-4 on the season, but they earned a trip to the state semifinals
by shutting out #5 seed Thornville Sheridan 28-0.
Division Five saw #1 seed North Lima South Range advance over #7 seed West
Salem Northwestern 21-14, while number one seed Hamler Patrick Henry advance
over #2 seed Bucyrus Wynford. But the big story in Division Five is Centerburg.
Centerburg came in seeded sixth and knocked off #4 seed Lucasville Valley 26-21.
Number one seeded Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy showed their offensive
power in knocking off #3 seed Lima Central Catholic 39-35.
So while Friday was an exciting night, Saturday looks to be even more
exciting as Division One, Four and Six hit the field as champions are