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November 28th, 2014
Alliance Marlington 67, Hartville Lake Center Christian 25
Ashland 64, Lodi Cloverleaf 53
Ashland Crestview 72, Jeromesville Hillsdale 33
Ashland Mapleton 66, Lucas 27
Batavia 67, Cin. Woodward 17
Beavercreek 57, Miamisburg 43
Bellevue 86, Port Clinton 46
Bloom-Carroll 35, Groveport-Madison 32
Botkins 32, DeGraff Riverside 25
PIQUA — Minster football is headed to the state semifinals for the first time since that charmed year of 1989, when the Wildcats won the school’s lone state football championship.
The Wildcats won a Division VI regional title with a 35-0 romp over West Liberty-Salem at Alexander Stadium in Piqua on Friday night.
Twenty-five years later, the 2014 edition is now just two wins away from another state championship. And they’ve made it look easy the last two weeks.
TROTWOOD MADISON 34, WAPAKONETA 28
SIDNEY — Two lost fumbles by the Wapakoneta Redskins doomed their chance of unseating the Trotwood-Madison Rams.
Losing the opportunity to score, the Redskins defense could not make enough stops to survive the Rams in four overtime sessions, as Trotwood-Madison prevailed in a 34-28 four overtime thriller Friday at Sidney Memorial Stadium.
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Cin. La Salle 38, Cin. Mt. Healthy 6
Lewis Center Olentangy 41, Dublin Scioto 29
Macedonia Nordonia 52, Midview 14
Mayfield 34, Bedford 32
Akr. SVSM 26, Hubbard 23
Athens 52, Cols. DeSales 20
Tol. Cent. Cath. 35, Clyde 3
Trotwood-Madison 34, Wapakoneta 28, 4OT
Cle. Benedictine 35, Bay Village Bay 7
Kenton 38, Wauseon 14
WAPAKONETA — The Marion Local juggernaut shows no signs of slowing down.
The three-time defnding state champion Flyers won their 34th straight game with a 35-0 whitewashing of fellow Midwest Athletic Conference member Fort Recovery on Saturday night in a Division VII regional quarterfinal at Harmon Field.
“I feel good about where we are,” Marion Local head coach Tim Goodwin said. “We’re healthy. But I still think we can play better than this.”
2014 OHSAA Football Playoffs – Third Round Pairings
PIQUA — Minster's front seven set the tone. The Wildcats' ball-hawking secondary and big-play passing game took it home in an emphatic 45-19 win over the Versailles Tigers in a Division VI second-round playoff win at Piqua's Alexander Stadium on Friday night.
"We had a great week of practice and our seniors had us locked in," Minster head coach Geron Stokes said.
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2014 OHSAA Football
Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday
1 Wapakoneta (11-0)vs. 5 Tipp City Tippecanoe (9-2) at Sidney Memorial Stadium
7 Bellbrook (8-3) vs. 3 Trotwood-Madison (10-1) at West Carrollton All Sports Stadium
Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday
1 Wooster Triway (11-0) vs. 4 Kenton (9-2) at Ashland High School Community Stadium
MINSTER — The odds of stopping Mechanicsburg quarterback Kaleb Romero — a pinball wearing a football helmet — with the game in the balance on a two-point conversion as he hurtled full speed towards the goal line didn’t seem too good for the Minster Wildcats.
Then again, nothing Minster did to escape with a 42-41 win in double overtime from a Division VI playoff-opening game seemed likely. The Wildcats simply kept doing remarkable things in big situations until they’d made likelihood a moot point.