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Week 8 in the NFL opens tonight with Dolphins visiting Baltimore on CBS

 

​THURSDAY NIGHT NOTES:

MIAMI DOLPHINS AT BALTIMORE RAVENS

October 26, 2017

Week 8 kicks off on Thursday night (8:25 PM ET, CBS/NFLN/Amazon Prime) with an AFC showdown as the Baltimore Ravens welcome the Miami Dolphins to M&T Bank Stadium. The Ravens and Dolphins meet for the 15th time (including the postseason), with Baltimore leading the all-time series, 8-6. The Ravens have won six of the past seven meetings dating back to 2008, including a 27-9 win in the 2008 Wild Card meeting.

Miami enters Week 8 following a 31-28 victory over the New York Jets last week. Dolphins cornerback BOBBY MC CAINintercepted a pass late in the fourth quarter to set up the game-winning 39-yard field goal by CODY PARKEY with 22 seconds remaining in the contest. Wide receivers JARVIS LANDRY (93 receiving yards, one touchdown) and KENNY STILLS (85, two) paced the offense and linebacker CAMERON WAKE had 2.5 sacks in the win. Landry is tied for second in the NFL with 45 catches and ranks fourth in the league with 333 catches since entering the NFL in 2014. Baltimore looks to rebound this week following a 24-16 loss at Minnesota in Week 7. Baltimore linebacker C.J. MOSLEY leads the NFL with 64 tackles and is one of three players (LUKE KUECHLY and TELVIN SMITH) with at least 400 tackles (401), five sacks (seven) and five interceptions (seven) since 2014. Ravens quarterback JOE FLACCO completed 36 of 47 attempts (76.6 percent) for 381 yards with four touchdowns for a 119.2 rating in the last meeting between the two teams (December 4, 2016), which Baltimore won 38-6.

For the Week 8 Dolphins-Ravens capsule, click here.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

Top Seven statistical highlights from Week Sunday in the NFL

SEVEN FROM SUNDAY – WEEK 7

 

A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 1:00 p.m. ET and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, October 22, the seventh week of the 2017 season.

  • Chicago rookie safety EDDIE JACKSON had a 76-yard interception-return touchdown and a 75-yard fumble-return touchdown in the Bears’ 17-3 win against Carolina.

Jackson is the first player in NFL history with multiple defensive touchdowns of at least 75 yards in a single game.

He is the only rookie in NFL history with two 75-yard defensive touchdowns in a single season.

  • There were three touchdowns of at least 45 yards scored by rookies on Sunday – a 76-yard interception-return touchdown by Chicago Bears safety EDDIE JACKSON, a 75-yard fumble-return touchdown by Jackson and a 46-yard run by Green Bay Packers running back AARON JONES.

Rookies have scored 16 touchdowns of at least 45 yards this season, the most such scores through the first seven weeks of a season since 1970.

 

  • New Orleans quarterback DREW BREES completed 27 of 38 passes (71.1 percent) for 331 yards with one touchdown and rushed for a touchdown in the Saints’ 26-17 win at Green Bay.

Brees threw his 500th career touchdown pass (including the postseason) and is the fourth player in NFL history to reach 500 career touchdown passes (including the postseason), joining PEYTON MANNING(579), Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (552) and TOM BRADY (532 entering Sunday night).

 

  • Dallas quarterback DAK PRESCOTT completed 16 of 25 passes (64 percent) for 234 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions for a 134 passer rating in the Cowboys’ 40-10 win at San Francisco. He also added a touchdown run.

Prescott has seven career games with at least three touchdown passes and one or fewer interceptions. In a player’s first two seasons, only Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO had more (nine).

 

  • The Jacksonville Jaguars, led by defensive ends YANNICK NGAKOUE (2.5 sacks) and CALAIS CAMPBELL(two), recorded 10 sacks in the team’s 27-0 win at Indianapolis.

The Jaguars, who recorded 10 sacks in Week 1, are the first team in NFL history to record at least 10 sacks in two of the team’s first seven games of a season.

Jacksonville is the third team with at least 10 sacks in multiple games in a single season, joining the 1984 Chicago Bears (two games) and the 1967 Oakland Raiders (two).

Campbell, who has 10 sacks in his first season with Jacksonville, has the most sacks by a player in his first seven games with a team since the individual sack became an official statistic in 1982.

 

  • Minnesota defensive end EVERSON GRIFFEN recorded two sacks in the Vikings’ 24-16 win against Baltimore.

    Griffen, who has at least one sack in each of the Vikings’ seven games this season, is the sixth player to record a sack in each of his team’s first seven games of a season since the individual sack became an official statistic in 1982.

 

  • Pittsburgh rookie wide receiver JU JU SMITH-SCHUSTER had a 31-yard touchdown catch in the Steelers’ 29-14 win against Cincinnati. Smith-Schuster, who doesn’t turn 21 years old until November 22, has three career touchdown receptions, the most in NFL history by a player before his 21st birthday.

 

Precourt Sports Ventures offering Crew SC 2018 refund for season ticket members

PRECOURT SPORTS VENTURES PRESS RELEASE

Precourt Sports Ventures Offers Statement Regarding 2018 Columbus Crew SC Season Ticket Memberships
Effective today at 2:00 p.m. ET and up until 5:00 p.m. ET on Friday November 3, Crew SC to provide 2018 Season Ticket Members with a window to secure a full refund for 2018 Season Ticket Memberships should that be their preference


For Immediate Release:
October 25, 2017

COLUMBUS – Anthony Precourt, chief executive officer of Precourt Sports Ventures LLC (PSV), owner of Columbus Crew SC since 2013, today offered the following statement regarding 2018 Columbus Crew SC Season Ticket Memberships:

“I understand that the recent announcement on October 17th and subsequent media coverage surrounding the Club have created a difficult period for those who have passionately supported Crew SC. I also understand that the uncertainty surrounding the future of the Club is of concern to our loyal Season Ticket Members who have pledged support for the Club year-in and year-out. No final decisions have been made about the future of this Club and Crew SC will play at MAPFRE Stadium in 2018.”

Continued Precourt, “I remain hopeful that our passionate supporters will cheer for the Club under these difficult circumstances, but I recognize that some of you would like the opportunity to secure a refund for 2018 MLS regular-season season packages purchased prior to PSV’s recent announcement. Effective today at 2:00 p.m. ET and up until 5:00 p.m. ET on Friday November 3, we will provide 2018 Season Ticket Members with a window to secure a full refund for 2018 Season Ticket Memberships should that be your preference. 2018 Season Ticket Members who previously purchased season tickets for the 2018 season and wish to secure a refund shall be eligible for a full refund prior to the November 3 deadline by following the link in the email that was sent today to Season Ticket Members. Playoff tickets committed for the 2017 MLS Playoffs will not be eligible for a refund. Our players and coaching staff leave everything on the field, match after match, and they are performing at an incredible level as we enter the playoffs. Although I know you are upset with the recent announcement, I hope you will still consider honoring our players with your support during this playoff run and beyond.”

ABOUT PRECOURT SPORTS VENTURES, LLC
Precourt Sports Ventures, LLC (PSV) is a privately held investment and management firm focused on the sports-entertainment business, with a particular interest in the growing sport of soccer. As the Managing Partner, Anthony Precourt formed PSV in 2012. PSV currently owns and operates Columbus Crew SC of Major League Soccer and manages its home pitch, MAPFRE Stadium.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY AND COURTESY OF COLUMBUS CREW SC COMMUNICATIONS AND PRECOURT SPORTS VENTURES

 

Crew SC travels to Atlanta United for “Knockout Round” of MLS Playoffs tonight 7 pm

 


Winner of the match moves on to the Audi 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs Eastern Conference Semifinals

For Immediate Release: October 26, 2017

COLUMBUS — Columbus Crew SC takes on Atlanta United FC at Mercedes-Benz Stadium tonight, Thursday, October 26 in an Audi 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs Knockout Round. The contest kicks-off at 7:00 p.m. ET and is set to be televised nationally in Spanish on UniMas with Jose Luis Lopez Salido (play-by-play), Luis Omar Tapia (play-by-play), Pavel Pardo (analyst) and Ramses Sandoval (sideline), and in English on ESPN2 with Adrian Healey (play-by-play), Taylor Twellman (analyst) and Julie Stewart-Binks (sideline) on the call. Tonight’s match also airs locally on the radio on CD102.5 FM in English, with Neil Sika and Dwight Burgess on the call. La Mega 103.1 FM has the match airing in Spanish, with Juan Valladares behind the microphone. The Spanish radio calls are also set to be streamed in Spanish on the LaMega1 App and via Tunein Radio as WVKO-FM. The club’s official website, ColumbusCrewSC.com, is set to stream the English-language radio broadcast online.

The Black & Gold finished the 2017 MLS regular season on a 10-match unbeaten streak, the club’s second longest unbeaten streak, behind only its 19-match undefeated streak from July 3, 2004 – April 4, 2005. Additionally, Columbus finished with the second-highest number of points in club history (54 points), second only to the 2008 MLS Cup and Supporters’ Shield-winning side (57 points). Along the way, Crew SC registered 16 regular-season wins, the third-most in club history behind the 1999 (19 wins) and the 2008 (17 wins) campaigns.

Crew SC is coming off of a 2-2 road draw against New York City FC last Sunday, with goals scored by forward Ola Kamara and defender Josh Williams. Kamara scored his 18th goal of the year in regular-season action, which tied him with Stern John’s 1999 campaign for third place on Crew SC’s list of most goals scored in a single regular season. Williams scored his third goal of the 2017 MLS regular season, tying his career best number of goals which he previously achieved during the 2013 regular season while playing for Crew SC. Both of the goals were assisted by midfielder Federico Higuain who has now provided seven assists over the Black & Gold’s last four matches. Moreover, Crew SC finished the 2017 regular season with an undefeated record of 8-0-1 in matches in which Higuain provided one or more assists.

Over Crew SC’s past five matches, no other Black & Gold players have scored more goals than forward Ola Kamara and defender Josh Williams. Both Kamara and Williams have scored three goals each over their past five matches, with Kamara scoring against Vancouver Whitecaps FC (September 16), Orlando City SC (October 15) and New York City FC (October 22), while Williams has scored against the New York Red Bulls (September 23), D.C. United (September 30) and New York City FC (October 22). Together, Kamara and Williams have combined to score all three of the Black & Gold’s last three game-winning goals.

According to data compiled by TransferMarkt, of the 12 teams that qualified for the Audi 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs, Crew SC is the youngest team, with an average age of 26.0 years based on the 23 players that played in at least one or more regular-season matches for the club. Similarly, the Black & Gold also boast the youngest average age for their starting eleven, at 26.1 years. In 2017, the average age of players across the League is 26.8 years. Of the 23 players that featured for Crew SC during the MLS regular season, eight of them are under the age of 23, including goalkeeper Zack Steffen who played every single minute of the regular season for the Black & Gold. Should Steffen start against Atlanta United FCtonight, he would officially become the youngest goalkeeper to play and start in an Audi MLS Cup Playoffs match for the Black & Gold, with an age of 22 years, 206 days.

 

Columbus Crew SC at Atlanta United FC
Audi 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs Knockout Round

Thursday, October 26 – 7:00 p.m. ET – Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta, Georgia)

National Television: UniMas, ESPN2 (Coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. ET)
International Television: Abu Dhabi (Middle East and North Africa), BeIN Sports (Asia, Australia), DSports/ATR (India), EuroSport (Pan Europe), FOX Sports Africa (Sub-Saharan Africa), Sky Sports (United Kingdom), Sportscast (Taiwan) and StarHub (Singapore)
Crew SC Radio: CD102.5 FM (English); La Mega 103.1 FM (Spanish), Spanish radio broadcast also simulcast on LaMega1 App and via TuneIn Radio as WVKO-FM, English radio broadcast also simulcast on ColumbusCrewSC.com

 

Mercedes-Benz Stadium 2017 photo By Atlanta Falcons, Construction Time-Lapse - August 2017.webmPlay media, CC BY 3.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

 

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF COLUMBUS CREW SC

 

OHSAA releases Football Computer Ratings entering Week 10

News Release – Ohio High School Athletic Association

Commissioner Daniel B. Ross, Ph.D.

 

www.OHSAA.org |   www.twitter.com/OHSAASports |   www.Facebook.com/OHSAA

 

For Immediate Release – Oct. 24, 2017

 

OHSAA Releases Weekly Football Computer Ratings

Football regular-season entering Week 10; Spectrum schedule includes 14 games

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association released its weekly football computer ratings Tuesday afternoon. The weekly computer ratings are released every Tuesday beginning in the fifth week of the season, leading up to the final report this Sunday morning, Oct. 29, when 224 schools will official qualify for the playoffs.

 

The complete report showing all teams in every region is posted at: http://www.ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Football/2017/Week9-Rankings.pdf

 

The top 12 schools in each region are listed below by division and region with record and average points. The football page at OHSAA.org includes an explanation of how the ratings are calculated. The top eight teams in each region in the final report will qualify for the playoffs.

 

Of the 719 OHSAA member schools playing varsity football this fall, the largest 72 schools are in Division I, while the remaining schools are divided equally in Divisions II through VII (approximately 108 schools in each division).

October 26-27 Spectrum Sports High School Football Schedule

Thursday, October 26

Gahanna vs. Pickerington North, LIVE at 7pm statewide

 

Friday, October 27

-          OHSAA Game of the Week: Cincinnati Elder vs. Cincinnati La Salle, LIVE at 7pm in Southwest Ohio

-          OHSAA Game of the Week : Portsmouth West vs. Wheelersburg (extended bonus coverage within HS Blitz Live in Central Ohio at 7pm)

-          Portsmouth West vs. Wheelersburg in its entirety at 11pm in Central & Southwest Ohio

-          Stow vs. Brecksville-Broadview Heights at 11pm in Northeast Ohio

 

Friday Live Streams on myspectrumsports.com

-          North Olmsted vs. Olmsted Falls

-          Medina vs. Solon

-          Cleveland Heights vs. Maple Heights

-          Hilliard Darby vs. Dublin Scioto

-          Columbus Bishop Watterson vs. Columbus St. Francis DeSales

-          Westerville Central vs. Lewis Center Olentangy

-          Piqua vs. Troy

-          Kettering Archbishop Alter vs. Dayton Chaminade Julienne

-          Cincinnati Purcell Marian vs. St Bernard Roger Bacon

Note on Friday live games: In collaboration with the OHSAA’s official television partner, Spectrum Sports, the OHSAA is testing live video coverage of select games on Friday night during the final three weeks of the regular-season. With the growing number of college football games on Friday nights, the OHSAA and Spectrum are teaming up to provide live high school content to raise the profile of high school sports and local community involvement. Participating schools in the TV games will receive benefits including a rights fee, scholarship donation and opportunity to highlight community programs. Spectrum already has exclusive rights to live video coverage of OHSAA playoff games.

OHSAA Football Computer Ratings – Oct. 24, 2017 (Entering Week 10)

Top eight schools from each region in the final report Oct. 29 will qualify for the playoffs.

Division I

Region 1 – 1. Cle. St. Ignatius (8-1) 34.6566, 2. Lakewood St. Edward (9-0) 33.3012, 3. Mentor (8-1) 30.4111, 4. Canton McKinley (8-1) 24.7703, 5. Euclid (7-2) 22.8833, 6. Stow-Munroe Falls (8-1) 21.9389, 7. Massillon Jackson (7-2) 21.8556, 8. Massillon Perry (8-1) 20.7167, 9. Austintown-Fitch (6-3) 16.3737, 10. Solon (5-4) 14.7444, 11. Strongsville (5-4) 12.2389, 12. Cle. Rhodes (7-2) 11.6364

Region 2 – 1. Tol. Whitmer (9-0) 29.3556, 2. Powell Olentangy Liberty (7-2) 23.7778, 3. Lewis Center Olentangy Orange (8-1) 22.9, 4. Dublin Coffman (7-2) 20.6065, 5. Gahanna Lincoln (6-3) 19.6222, 6. Lewis Center Olentangy (6-3) 18.5722, 7. Dublin Jerome (6-3) 16.6611, 8. Lorain (7-2) 16.1717, 9. Westerville Central (4-5) 12.4167, 10. Brunswick (5-4) 12.1319, 11. Findlay (4-5) 11.9722, 12. Upper Arlington (5-4) 9.85

Region 3 – 1. Centerville (8-1) 31.0778, 2. Pickerington Central (8-1) 30.0657, 3. Hilliard Bradley (9-0) 29.8722, 4. Huber Hts. Wayne (7-2) 28.7879, 5. Clayton Northmont (7-2) 25.2833, 6. Pickerington North (7-2) 23.8384, 7. Kettering Fairmont (6-3) 20.0111, 8. Springfield (6-3) 18.3722, 9. Reynoldsburg (6-3) 17.3778, 10. Hilliard Darby (6-3) 16.4167, 11. Beavercreek (6-3) 15.4167, 12. Miamisburg (4-5) 10.9111

Region 4 – 1. Cin. St. Xavier (8-1) 30.8131, 2. Cin. Colerain (7-2) 24.3056, 3. Milford (8-1) 19.3944, 4. Cin. Sycamore (7-2) 18.0889, 5. Mason (7-2) 17.2, 6. Cin. Elder (6-3) 16.9132, 7. Cin. Archbishop Moeller (4-5) 16.4389, 8. Fairfield (5-4) 15.7611, 9. Batavia West Clermont (6-3) 14.0111, 10. Liberty Twp. Lakota East (6-3) 13.7278, 11. Springboro (4-5) 11.3333, 12. Cin. Princeton (4-5) 6.1389

Division II

Region 5 – 1. Akron Archbishop Hoban (8-1) 25.9527, 2. Barberton (9-0) 21.1722, 3. Bedford (8-1) 20.0389, 4. Lyndhurst Brush (7-2) 19.9596, 5. Hudson (7-2) 19.7778, 6. Cle. Benedictine (6-3) 16.3278, 7. Eastlake North (5-4) 13.2833, 8. Garfield Hts. (4-5) 11.1889, 9. Mayfield (5-4) 11.1778, 10. Mentor Lake Cath. (4-5) 10.2576, 11. Green (3-6) 9.2444, 12. Ashtabula Lakeside (4-5) 8.3586

Region 6 – 1. Avon (9-0) 29.1168, 2. Wadsworth (9-0) 25.7611, 3. Olmsted Falls (8-1) 22.9389, 4. Medina Highland (8-1) 22.4833, 5. Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (8-1) 18.5111, 6. Grafton Midview (7-2) 18.4278, 7. Sylvania Northview (7-2) 17.3944, 8. Fremont Ross (5-4) 15.5833, 9. Tol. St. John’s (5-4) 15.0833, 10. Amherst Steele (5-4) 13.7278, 11. Holland Springfield (6-3) 12.7778, 12. North Royalton (5-4) 12.2833

Region 7 – 1. Cols. Walnut Ridge (8-0) 25.606, 2. Massillon Washington (6-3) 19.3061, 3. Cols. Mifflin (8-1) 16.9167, 4. Ashland (8-1) 15.7111, 5. New Albany (5-4) 14.7944, 6. Whitehall-Yearling (6-3) 13.2268, 7. Boardman (5-4) 12.9192, 8. Westerville South (4-5) 12.7222, 9. Canal Winchester (5-4) 12.4944, 10. Dublin Scioto (5-4) 12.3444, 11. Pataskala Licking Hts. (6-3) 12.0056, 12. North Canton Hoover (4-5) 11.0611

Region 8 – 1. Cin. La Salle (7-2) 28.9833, 2. Cin. Winton Woods (8-1) 27.1616, 3. Cin. Anderson (8-1) 24.8333, 4. Sidney (8-1) 22.7944, 5. Day. Belmont (9-0) 20.644, 6. Harrison (7-2) 20.6056, 7. Troy (7-2) 19.3056, 8. Trenton Edgewood (7-2) 17.8444, 9. Chillicothe (7-2) 17.6333, 10. Ashville Teays Valley (7-2) 15.2556, 11. Marion Harding (6-3) 12.4949, 12. Lima Senior (4-5) 9.2722

Division III

Region 9 – 1. Canfield (9-0) 27.2111, 2. Medina Buckeye (9-0) 23.0889, 3. Chagrin Falls Kenston (7-2) 19.2278, 4. Peninsula Woodridge (8-1) 18.6778, 5. Akron St. Vincent-St Mary (6-3) 18.6722, 6. Alliance (8-1) 17.8444, 7. Tallmadge (6-3) 17.8232, 8. Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (7-2) 17.2, 9. Akron East (7-2) 17.0758, 10. Aurora (5-4) 15.5722, 11. Alliance Marlington (7-2) 15.3833, 12. Akron Buchtel (6-3) 15.3549

Region 10 – 1. Tol. Central Cath. (8-1) 26.0451, 2. Parma Padua Franciscan (8-1) 24.9056, 3. Bay Village Bay (9-0) 24.1889, 4. Clyde (8-1) 22.5667, 5. Sandusky (9-0) 22.5444, 6. Hunting Valley University School (7-2) 19.4222, 7. Mansfield Senior (7-2) 17.3232, 8. Rocky River (6-3) 13.4778, 9. Cle. Glenville  (6-3) 12.2727, 10. Bowling Green (4-5) 10.2833, 11. Cle. Central Cath. (5-4) 10.1667, 12. Parma Hts. Holy Name (4-5) 9.2444

Region 11 – 1. Bellefontaine (8-1) 24.0667, 2. Cols. Bishop Hartley (8-1) 22.7056, 3. Cols. Marion-Franklin (7-2) 20.7806, 4. Cols. Independence (7-1) 20.2493, 5. Dresden Tri-Valley (8-1) 18.6389, 6. New Philadelphia (8-1) 17.9167, 7. Jackson (8-1) 17.2111, 8. Granville (7-2) 16.3384, 9. Cols. Eastmoor Acad. (5-4) 15.1294, 10. The Plains Athens (8-1) 13.6556, 11. Cols. St. Francis DeSales (5-4) 13.4545, 12. Dover (6-3) 13.1222

Region 12 – 1. Trotwood-Madison (9-0) 25.0833, 2. Goshen (9-0) 21.2944, 3. Kettering Archbishop Alter (8-1) 20.2778, 4. Franklin (7-2) 20.1556, 5. Day. Chaminade Julienne (7-2) 16.5303, 6. Elida (7-2) 14.1167, 7. Wapakoneta (6-3) 13.6944, 8. Day. Dunbar (6-3) 13.6818, 9. Celina (6-3) 13.0389, 10. New Richmond (7-2) 12.7222, 11. Cin. Archbishop McNicholas (5-4) 12.1444, 12. Piqua (6-3) 11.5455

Division IV

Region 13 – 1. Steubenville (9-0) 27.9227, 2. Perry (9-0) 23.0056, 3. Poland Seminary (8-1) 18.4222, 4. Cortland Lakeview (8-1) 17.2278, 5. Girard (9-0) 14.55, 6. Struthers (7-2) 14.0167, 7. Canton South (6-3) 12.8444, 8. Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (5-4) 12.8186, 9. Salem (6-3) 12.1667, 10. Cuyahoga Falls Cuyahoga Valley Christian Acad. (7-2) 10.2302, 11. Lisbon Beaver (6-3) 9.0056, 12. Cadiz Harrison Central (4-5) 8.0986

Region 14 – 1. Bellville Clear Fork (9-0) 27.0606, 2. Shelby (9-0) 20.9944, 3. St. Marys Memorial (8-1) 19.9111, 4. Sparta Highland (8-1) 15.9778, 5. Pepper Pike Orange (7-2) 15.6768, 6. Wauseon (7-2) 15.1389, 7. Lorain Clearview (8-1) 14.6313, 8. Oberlin Firelands (7-2) 12.4, 9. Bellevue (6-3) 12.2222, 10. Bryan (5-4) 11.95, 11. Port Clinton (5-4) 10.9556, 12. Van Wert (4-5) 9.5722

Region 15 – 1. Newark Licking Valley (9-0) 21.8444, 2. St. Clairsville (7-2) 20.0278, 3. Carroll Bloom-Carroll (7-2) 18.3333, 4. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (9-0) 16.4889, 5. New Concord John Glenn (7-2) 15.8444, 6. Byesville Meadowbrook (7-2) 13.0722, 7. Uhrichsville Claymont (8-1) 12.8389, 8. Duncan Falls Philo (6-3) 12.1061, 9. Chillicothe Unioto (7-2) 12.0056, 10. Amanda-Clearcreek (6-3) 11.4333, 11. Lancaster Fairfield Union (5-4) 10.1833, 12. Gallipolis Gallia Acad. (4-5) 8.55

Region 16 – 1. Germantown Valley View (9-0) 27.8389, 2. Cin. Taft (7-2) 23.2727, 3. Cin. Wyoming (9-0) 21.6263, 4. Plain City Jonathan Alder (7-2) 20.5222, 5. Clarksville Clinton-Massie (8-1) 19.7056, 6. Cin. Indian Hill (8-1) 18.9141, 7. London (8-1) 18.6667, 8. Waverly (6-3) 15.5056, 9. Middletown Bishop Fenwick (5-4) 13.7374, 10. Springfield Shawnee (4-5) 12.7222, 11. Day. Oakwood (5-4) 12.3778, 12. Cin. Aiken (7-2) 11.8182

Division V

Region 17 – 1. North Lima South Range (9-0) 25.5167, 2. Sullivan Black River (8-1) 17.65, 3. Orwell Grand Valley (9-0) 15.0389, 4. Gates Mills Gilmour Acad. (6-3) 14.2071, 5. Navarre Fairless (7-2) 14.1056, 6. Akron Manchester (7-2) 13.4, 7. Wickliffe (6-3) 11.0444, 8. Columbiana Crestview (5-4) 9.2944, 9. Garrettsville Garfield (4-4) 7.625, 10. West Salem Northwestern (5-4) 7.0222, 11. Cle. Villa Angela-St. Joseph (4-5) 6.7222, 12. Leavittsburg LaBrae (4-5) 6.4

Region 18 – 1. Pemberville Eastwood (9-0) 21.9111, 2. Archbold (8-1) 19.9389, 3. Marion Pleasant (7-1) 19.875, 4. Tontogany Otsego (7-2) 15.4222, 5. Milan Edison (7-2) 14.9222, 6. Liberty Center (6-3) 12.9, 7. Lewistown Indian Lake (6-3) 12.3, 8. Genoa Area (7-2) 12.0111, 9. Millbury Lake (6-3) 11.4833, 10. Huron (5-4) 10.9167, 11. Swanton (6-3) 10.75, 12. West Lafayette Ridgewood (6-3) 9.1222

Region 19 – 1. Wheelersburg (9-0) 24.3222, 2. Portsmouth West (9-0) 22.2944, 3. Johnstown-Monroe (7-2) 18.6061, 4. Belmont Union Local (7-2) 15.6, 5. Cols. Bishop Ready (6-3) 14.6056, 6. Oak Hill (7-2) 14.0111, 7. Martins Ferry (6-3) 13.4192, 8. Gahanna Cols. Acad. (7-2) 13.1212, 9. Proctorville Fairland (5-4) 10.8556, 10. Ironton (4-5) 9.1556, 11. Chesapeake (4-5) 8.2889, 12. Portsmouth (4-5) 7.7444

Region 20 – 1. Middletown Madison (7-2) 16.3667, 2. West Jefferson (8-0) 16.1847, 3. Casstown Miami East (8-1) 16.05, 4. Cin. Hills Christian Acad. (6-2) 15.5909, 5. Bethel-Tate (9-0) 15.1111, 6. Anna (7-2) 14.6056, 7. Jamestown Greeneview (9-0) 13.8434, 8. Reading (6-3) 13.6556, 9. Brookville (6-3) 12.8611, 10. Carlisle (6-3) 11.6278, 11. Cin. Summit Country Day (7-2) 11.2119, 12. Camden Preble Shawnee (7-2) 10.3

Division VI

Region 21 – 1. Mogadore (8-0) 22.0407, 2. Rootstown (9-0) 19.1787, 3. Kirtland (9-0) 18.7525, 4. Creston Norwayne (8-1) 18.6389, 5. Berlin Center Western Reserve (7-2) 15.9, 6. Columbiana (7-2) 13.6389, 7. Independence (7-2) 12.6944, 8. Columbia Station Columbia (5-4) 12.05, 9. New Middletown Springfield (6-3) 11.85, 10. East Palestine (7-2) 11.6889, 11. McDonald (7-2) 11.1056, 12. Youngstown Liberty (7-2) 10.4889

Region 22 – 1. Findlay Liberty-Benton (8-1) 18.7944, 2. Bucyrus Wynford (7-2) 16.0505, 3. Hicksville (7-2) 13.7333, 4. Attica Seneca East (7-1) 11.9931, 5. Carey (7-2) 10.7222, 6. Gibsonburg (8-1) 10.1944, 7. Ada (6-3) 9.9611, 8. Ashland Crestview (6-3) 9.55, 9. Sherwood Fairview (5-4) 9.2278, 10. Jeromesville Hillsdale (6-3) 8.8167, 11. Tol. Ottawa Hills (6-3) 8.3, 12. Defiance Tinora (5-4) 8.05

Region 23 – 1. Nelsonville-York (9-0) 19.75, 2. Chillicothe Southeastern (9-0) 17.8778, 3. Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant (8-1) 16.1162, 4. Beverly Fort Frye (8-1) 15.15, 5. Steubenville Cath. Central (7-2) 13.7494, 6. Galion Northmor (7-2) 13.2167, 7. Shadyside (7-2) 13.096, 8. Sarahsville Shenandoah (7-2) 12.5455, 9. Howard East Knox (7-2) 8.9722, 10. Milford Center Fairbanks (5-4) 7.5152, 11. Grandview Hts. (5-4) 6.3667, 12. Marion Elgin (7-2) 5.9833

Region 24 – 1. Maria Stein Marion Local (9-0) 22.8167, 2. Lima Central Cath. (8-1) 21.5611, 3. Coldwater (7-2) 15.8778, 4. Tipp City Bethel (8-1) 13.8, 5. Spencerville (7-2) 13.5056, 6. Miamisburg Day. Christian (8-1) 12.1638, 7. Mechanicsburg (7-2) 11.9343, 8. St. Henry (6-3) 11.4111, 9. Fort Recovery (5-4) 10.65, 10. West Liberty-Salem (7-2) 10.5181, 11. Delphos Jefferson (6-3) 8.1278, 12. New Lebanon Dixie (5-4) 6.4889

Division VII

Region 25 – 1. Dalton (9-0) 20.6111, 2. East Canton (7-2) 13.2111, 3. Cuyahoga Hts. (7-1) 11.8272, 4. Lisbon David Anderson (6-3) 9.7944, 5. Windham (7-2) 9.3039, 6. Valley Christian (4-5) 9.1848, 7. Warren John F. Kennedy (3-6) 5.9949, 8. Toronto (4-5) 5.2778, 9. Malvern (4-5) 5.2167, 10. Vienna Mathews (5-4) 4.1429, 11. Newbury (4-5) 4.0603, 12. Strasburg-Franklin (3-6) 3.1722

Region 26 – 1. Norwalk St. Paul (9-0) 15.5222, 2. McComb (8-1) 15.4333, 3. Edgerton (7-2) 13.8333, 4. Pandora-Gilboa (7-2) 12.8778, 5. Tiffin Calvert (6-3) 11.35, 6. Leipsic (7-2) 11.3389, 7. Sycamore Mohawk (7-2) 11.0606, 8. Haviland Wayne Trace (6-3) 10.85, 9. West Unity Hilltop (8-1) 9.1778, 10. Monroeville (6-3) 8.7576, 11. North Baltimore (5-4) 7.8111, 12. Defiance Ayersville (5-4) 7.7556

Region 27 – 1. Danville (8-1) 15.4222, 2. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep. (8-1) 14.7667, 3. Lucas (7-2) 14.0303, 4. Waterford (8-1) 13.8667, 5. Glouster Trimble (7-2) 12.3889, 6. Hannibal River (5-4) 10.5167, 7. Portsmouth Sciotoville (7-2) 10.3232, 8. Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans (7-2) 9.5722, 9. Corning Miller (6-3) 9.0101, 10. Woodsfield Monroe Central (5-4) 8.7611, 11. Racine Southern (6-3) 7.1944, 12. Willow Wood Symmes Valley (6-3) 7.1338

Region 28 – 1. Convoy Crestview (8-1) 16.4, 2. Sidney Lehman Cath. (8-1) 13.6944, 3. Delphos St. John’s (5-4) 11.6389, 4. Fort Loramie (7-2) 11.1818, 5. Minster (5-4) 10.9611, 6. DeGraff Riverside (6-3) 9.2889, 7. Ansonia (5-4) 6.8111, 8. Lima Perry (5-4) 6.5444, 9. Cin. Miami Valley Christian Acad. (4-5) 6.0903, 10. Lockland (4-4) 4.8635, 11. Cin. Gamble Montessori (4-5) 4.6814, 12. Springfield Cath. Central (3-6) 4.441

 

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