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Cubs’ Russell put on administrative leave by MLB

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Addison Russell 2017 photo By Keith Allison - Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

Major League Baseball issued the following:

“Major League Baseball takes all allegations of Domestic Violence seriously. When the allegations against Addison Russell became public on June 7, 2017, the Commissioner’s Office’s Department of Investigations immediately commenced an investigation. Melisa Russell declined to participate in the investigation at that time. Our investigation of this matter has remained open and we have continued our efforts to gather information.

“With the new details revealed in today’s blog post by Ms. Russell, Mr. Russell has been placed on Administrative Leave in accordance with the Joint MLB-MLBPA Domestic Violence Policy. We are hopeful that this new information will allow us to complete the investigation as promptly as possible.”

 

Nationals’ Harper recent NL Player of the Week

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Bryce Harper smiling 2017 photo By Keith Allison - Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

Washington Nationals All-Star outfielder Bryce Harper has been named the National League Player of the Week presented by W.B. Mason for the period ending September 9th.

Outfielder Marcell Ozuna (.385, 6 R, 5 HR, 6 RBI) of the Cardinals also posted a strong week at the plate. The Dominican Republic native posted a pair of multi-homer games on Tuesday and Friday, and notched a season-best four hits on Wednesday. Other noteworthy performances last week included Scherzer (1-0, 1 CG, 16.0 IP, 22 SO); All-Star first baseman Paul Goldschmidt (.364, 6 R, 5 XBH, 6 BB) and starting pitcher Robbie Ray (1-0, 1.46 ERA, 12.1 IP, 16 SO) of the Arizona Diamondbacks; and second baseman DJ LeMahieu (.417, 5 R, 5 XBH, 4 RBI) and shortstop Trevor Story (5 R, 5 HR, 9 RBI, 3 SB) of the Colorado Rockies.

In recognition of his National League Player of the Week Award, Bryce Harper will be awarded a watch courtesy of Rockwell.

Harper posted a slash line of .438/.655/.938 with six runs scored, seven hits, two doubles, a pair of home runs, seven RBI, a Major League-best 12 walks and a stolen base over six games played to claim his sixth career NL Player of the Week Award, last winning for the period ending April 23, 2017. Among his NL counterparts, Bryce finished the week first in on-base percentage and walks; second in slugging percentage; tied for third in batting average; tied for fourth in RBI; tied for sixth in runs scored; tied for seventh in extra-base hits (4); and tied for eighth in doubles. This is Washington’s fifth Player of the Week award this season, following his teammates Adam Eaton (April 1st), All-Star Max Scherzer (April 15th), Mark Reynolds (July 8th) and Ryan Zimmerman (August 12th).

Harper began his award-winning week on September 3rd by batting 1-for-2 with a home run, three RBI and three walks to lead Washington to a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. Having also reached those totals earlier this season on April 2nd and June 29th, the first overall selection of the 2010 MLB Draft became just the third player in MLB history to post three such games in a single season, joining Hall of Famers Ted Williams (1946) and Lou Gehrig (1927). In the following game on Tuesday, the 2018 T-Mobile Home Run Derby winner collected his 27th double of the season to go along with two RBI and three free passes. The Las Vegas native became the sixth player in Nationals/Expos history to log three or more walks in consecutive games, joining Adam Dunn (2009), Cliff Floyd (1996), Warren Cromartie (1981), Mike Jorgensen (1974) and Ken Singleton (1973). In the final game of his excellent week, Harper clubbed a game-winning two-run round-tripper in the bottom of the seventh inning to propel the Nationals to a 6-5 win over the National League-leading Chicago Cubs. With the homer, the six-time All-Star enters play today with 92 runs scored, 28 doubles, 32 home runs, 91 RBI and 110 walks on the season.

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Indianapolis honored Scott Dixon this past week

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Scott Dixon talking to fans 2013 photo By OmahaMH at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

Mayor Hogsett proclaims ‘Scott Dixon Day’ in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS (Monday, Sept. 24, 2018) – Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett earlier this week, Monday, Sept. 24, 2018, “Scott Dixon Day” in the city to honor the INDYCAR driver’s great accomplishments.

According to the proclamation, which went into effect at 12:01 a.m., Dixon, an Indianapolis resident, is being honored for his legendary racing career, which includes winning the 92nd Indianapolis 500 in 2008 and five Verizon IndyCar Series championships. Dixon won his fifth championship on Sept. 16 at Sonoma Raceway in California. With that fifth title, the 38-year-old New Zealand native is second in total number of Indy car championships behind only A.J. Foyt.

The proclamation honors Dixon on the same day as the world premiere of the documentary, “BORN RACER,” at the IMAX Theater in the Indiana State Museum. The film, which takes an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at Dixon’s 2017 racing season, will be available nationwide on DVD and digital download on Oct. 2. For more information about “BORN RACER,” visit bornracermovie.com.

INDYCAR is using the hashtags #DixonDay and #BornRacerMovie on its social platforms to highlight the landmark day for the five-time champion.

The proclamation of “Scott Dixon Day” from Mayor Hogsett reads:

TO ALL WHOM THESE PRESENTS MAY COME, GREETINGS:

WHEREAS, Scott Dixon, a native of New Zealand, brought his racing talents to Indianapolis 20 years ago, where he still lives with his wife, Emma, and their two daughters Poppy and Tilly; and

WHEREAS, in 2008, Scott won the 92nd Indianapolis 500 from pole position, and throughout his impressive career, he has won 44 IndyCar races, placing him third on the all-time IndyCar wins list; and

WHEREAS, on September 16, 2018 in Sonoma, California, Scott made history when he won his fifth IndyCar championship, becoming the runner-up for total number of IndyCar championships behind the legendary A.J. Foyt. He is also the longest-tenured driver to compete for the Chip Ganassi Racing team, completing his 17th season with the team in 2018; and

WHEREAS, today, the City of Indianapolis celebrates Scott Dixon’s growing list of racing accomplishments with the world premiere of “Born Racer,” a documentary about his career and the Chip Ganassi Racing team, at the Indiana State Museum, and we honor Scott for his incomparable accomplishments in racing;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, JOSEPH H. HOGSETT, MAYOR OF THE CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS, DO HEREBY PROCLAIM SEPTEMBER 24, 2018 TO BE:

SCOTT DIXON DAY

in the City of Indianapolis, and I ask all citizens to join me in this observation.

 

Blue Jackets bring back popular forward Mark Letestu

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Mark Letestu ( megasportsnews.com photo)

SIGN FORWARD MARK LETESTU TO ONE-YEAR, TWO-WAY NHL/AHL CONTRACT FOR 2018-19 SEASON

Letestu has been placed on waivers for the purposes of assignment to AHL’s Cleveland Monsters

COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Columbus Blue Jackets have signed center Mark Letestu to a one-year, two-way NHL/AHL contract for the 2018-19 season. As is club policy, terms were not disclosed.  Letestu has been placed on waivers for the purposes of assignment to the Cleveland Monsters, the club’s American Hockey League affiliate.

 

Letestu, 33, has registered 93 goals and 117 assists for 210 points with 90 penalty minutes in 558 career NHL games with 6-9-15 in 36 career Stanley Cup Playoff contests with the Blue Jackets, Edmonton Oilers and Pittsburgh Penguins.  He has posted 10 or more goals and 24 or more points in six of his eight full NHL seasons.  The 5-10, 194-pound center is one of six players in Blue Jackets history to play for the organization on multiple occasions, posting 44-58-102 and 36 penalty minutes in 253 career games from 2011-15 and 2017-18.

 

The Elk Point, Alberta native tallied 9-14-23 and 10 penalty minutes in 80 contests with the Oilers and Blue Jackets in 2017-18, including 1-3-4 in 20 appearances with Columbus after being acquired in a trade on February 25.  In 2016-17, he posted NHL career highs in goals, points and power play goals with the Oilers, collecting 16-19-35, 17 penalty minutes and 11 power play tallies in 78 games.  Letestu was originally acquired by Columbus in a trade from Pittsburgh on Nov. 8, 2011 and posted three-straight campaigns of 10 or more goals and 24 or more points from 2011-14.  He was signed by the Penguins as a free agent in March 2007 after spending 2006-07 at Western Michigan University.

The Blue Jackets open their 18th NHL regular season at Detroit on Thursday, October 4 before playing their home-opener the following night against the Carolina Hurricanes.  Game time from Nationwide Arena is 7 p.m. ET.

 

Single game tickets for all home games played at Nationwide Arena during the 2018-19 regular season, including the Friday, October 5 home opener against Carolina are on sale now.  Full and partial season tickets for the Blue Jackets’ 2018-19 campaign are also currently available for purchase.  Information on all ticketing options can be obtained by calling (800) NHL‐COLS or by visiting BlueJackets.com.

 

 

OHSAA Computer Football Rankings for Week 6

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OHSAA Releases Weekly Football Computer Ratings

Football regular-season entering Week 6

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association released the official 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 on Sunday morning, Oct. 28, when 224 schools (top 8 in each region) will officially qualify for the playoffs.

 

The complete report showing all teams in every region is posted at: https://www.ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Football/2018/Week5Ratings.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 718 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).

 

Related Information

OHSAA Football Online Home (composite schedules, broadcasts, AP polls, playoff information, etc.): https://ohsaa.org/sports/football

 

Sept. 24 Associated Press State Football Poll: https://www.ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Football/2018/AP-Poll-3.pdf

 

State Championships All-Session Tickets and Parking Passes: https://bit.ly/2p9DHuZ

 

Statewide Broadcast List: https://ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Football/OHSAAFootballRadioListing.pdf

OHSAA Radio Network Home: https://www.ohsaa.org/news/radio

 

Weekly schedules and computer points also posted at: http://www.joeeitel.com/hsfoot/

 

OHSAA Football Computer Ratings – Sept. 25, 2018 (Entering Week 6)

Top eight schools from each region in the final report Oct. 28 will qualify for the playoffs.

Division I

Region 1 – 1. Solon (5-0) 12.55, 2. Mentor (5-0) 12.4224, 3. Canton McKinley (5-0) 12.0646, 4. Austintown-Fitch (4-1) 10.15, 5. Euclid (4-1) 9.8485, 6. Massillon Jackson (3-2) 8.8, 7. Shaker Hts. (4-1) 8.1, 8. Cle. St. Ignatius (2-2) 8.0833, 9. Lakewood St. Edward (2-2) 7.1806, 10. Medina (2-3) 6.7, 11. Strongsville (3-2) 6.65, 12. Cle. John Marshall (4-1) 6.3

 

Region 2 – 1. Reynoldsburg (5-0) 14.85, 2. Dublin Coffman (5-0) 12.55, 3. Gahanna Lincoln (3-2) 8.7, 4. Delaware Hayes (4-1) 8.25, 5. Westerville Central (3-2) 8.15, 6. Tol. Whitmer (4-1) 7.6273, 7. Marysville (3-2) 5.6, 8. Powell Olentangy Liberty (2-3) 5.5, 9. Lewis Center Olentangy Orange (3-2) 5.4, 10. Worthington Thomas Worthington (2-3) 5.35, 11. Upper Arlington (2-3) 5.0, 12. Findlay (2-3) 4.8

 

Region 3 – 1. Pickerington Central (5-0) 12.8707, 2. Springfield (5-0) 12.8, 3. Kettering Fairmont (4-1) 11.65, 4. Miamisburg (5-0) 11.404, 5. Hilliard Davidson (4-1) 11.0, 6. Clayton Northmont (4-1) 10.7204, 7. Pickerington North (4-1) 10.7, 8. Hilliard Bradley (4-1) 10.15, 9. Huber Hts. Wayne (2-2) 7.1528, 10. Hilliard Darby (3-2) 6.25, 11. Grove City Central Crossing (3-2) 5.35, 12. Lancaster (2-3) 4.45

 

Region 4 – 1. Cin. Colerain (5-0) 12.9, 2. Mason (4-1) 10.1, 3. Cin. Archbishop Moeller (4-1) 8.9384, 4. Cin. Elder (3-2) 8.7515, 5. Fairfield (4-1) 8.45, 6. Cin. Oak Hills (3-2) 7.7, 7. Milford (4-1) 6.75, 8. Cin. Sycamore (3-2) 6.6, 9. Lebanon (3-2) 6.3, 10. Liberty Twp. Lakota East (3-2) 5.7, 11. Cin. Western Hills (3-2) 5.2, tie-12. West Chester Lakota West (2-3) 4.4, tie-12. Cin. St. Xavier (2-3) 4.4

 

Division II

Region 5 – 1. Akron Archbishop Hoban (5-0) 11.0571, 2. Maple Hts. (5-0) 11.0, 3. Garfield Hts. (5-0) 9.25, 4. Boardman (4-1) 9.1, 5. Macedonia Nordonia (4-1) 7.55, 6. Painesville Riverside (4-1) 7.5, 7. Twinsburg (3-2) 6.6, 8. Warren G. Harding (3-2) 6.55, 9. Kent Roosevelt (2-3) 5.05, 10. Akron Ellet (4-1) 5.0, 11. Eastlake North (2-3) 4.2, 12. Madison (2-3) 3.85

 

Region 6 – 1. Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (5-0) 13.05, 2. Tol. Central Cath. (5-0) 12.0309, 3. Amherst Steele (5-0) 10.3, 4. Avon Lake (5-0) 10.2, tie-5. Parma Hts. Valley Forge (4-1) 9.85, tie-5. Avon (4-1) 9.85, 7. Holland Springfield (4-1) 9.3, 8. Tol. St. Francis deSales (3-2) 7.25, 9. Tol. Waite (4-1) 7.2, 10. Olmsted Falls (4-1) 6.0, 11. Tol. St. John’s (3-2) 5.95, 12. North Olmsted (2-3) 4.75

 

Region 7 – 1. Wadsworth (5-0) 11.9, 2. Barberton (5-0) 11.55, 3. Massillon Washington (5-0) 11.302, 4. Dover (4-1) 10.1, 5. Dresden Tri-Valley (5-0) 9.6, 6. Massillon Perry (5-0) 9.0286, 7. Ashland (4-1) 9.0, tie-8. Canal Winchester (4-1) 8.9, tie-8. Medina Highland (4-1) 8.9, 10. Whitehall-Yearling (4-1) 8.5, 11. Pataskala Licking Hts. (4-1) 8.1, 12. New Albany (3-2) 7.95

 

Region 8 – 1. Kings Mills Kings (4-1) 13.0, 2. Cin. La Salle (4-1) 11.0182, 3. Morrow Little Miami (5-0) 10.7, 4. Dublin Scioto (4-1) 9.6, 5. Trenton Edgewood (5-0) 9.5, 6. Troy (4-1) 8.85, 7. Chillicothe (4-1) 8.45, 8. Cin. Winton Woods (4-1) 7.95, 9. Cin. Anderson (4-1) 7.65, 10. Westerville North (3-2) 6.75, 11. Cin. Turpin (3-2) 6.35, 12. Xenia (3-2) 6.3

 

Division III

Region 9 – 1. Canfield (5-0) 10.8, 2. Akron East (4-1) 10.6, 3. Aurora (4-1) 10.5, 4. Medina Buckeye (4-1) 10.4, 5. Millersburg West Holmes (5-0) 9.5, 6. Chagrin Falls Kenston (5-0) 9.35, 7. Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (5-0) 9.1714, 8. Alliance Marlington (4-1) 9.1454, 9. Ravenna (4-1) 7.5, 10. Beloit West Branch (4-1) 7.05, 11. Richfield Revere (3-2) 6.7, 12. Norton (4-1) 6.55

 

Region 10 – 1. Sandusky (5-0) 10.3, 2. Tiffin Columbian (4-1) 9.25, 3. Norwalk (4-1) 9.0495, 4. Bay Village Bay (5-0) 8.4, 5. Parma Padua Franciscan (4-1) 6.15, 6. Rocky River (4-1) 5.95, tie-7. Clyde (3-2) 5.4, tie-7. Tol. Scott (4-1) 5.4, 9. Defiance (3-2) 5.15, 10. Bowling Green (2-3) 5.05, 11. Cle. Glenville  (3-2) 4.8131, 12. Mansfield Senior (2-3) 4.7

 

Region 11 – 1. Cols. Eastmoor Acad. (4-1) 10.7, 2. Bellbrook (5-0) 10.65, tie-3. Thornville Sheridan (5-0) 9.05, tie-3. Hillsboro (5-0) 9.05, 5. Granville (4-1) 9.0, 6. Cols. Bishop Hartley (3-2) 8.3, 7. The Plains Athens (4-1) 7.25, 8. Cols. South (4-1) 7.15, 9. Cols. Marion-Franklin (4-1) 7.05, 10. Jackson (3-2) 6.65, 11. Cols. St. Francis DeSales (3-2) 6.55, 12. Zanesville (3-2) 6.35

 

Region 12 – 1. Day. Chaminade Julienne (5-0) 13.75, 2. Trotwood-Madison (3-2) 9.35, 3. Wapakoneta (4-1) 8.75, 4. Vandalia Butler (3-2) 8.3, 5. Kettering Archbishop Alter (4-1) 7.2, 6. Celina (4-1) 6.65, 7. Middletown Bishop Fenwick (3-2) 6.6, 8. Hamilton Badin (3-2) 6.5, 9. Day. Carroll (4-1) 5.9, 10. Tipp City Tippecanoe (3-2) 5.7, 11. Cin. Mount Healthy (2-3) 4.45, 12. Piqua (3-2) 3.967

 

Division IV

Region 13 – 1. Perry (4-1) 9.8, 2. Steubenville (4-1) 9.5485, 3. Hubbard (5-0) 9.5, 4. Poland Seminary (5-0) 9.1, 5. Cuyahoga Falls Cuyahoga Valley Christian Acad. (4-1) 8.2, 6. Carrollton (3-2) 6.65, tie-7. East Liverpool (3-2) 6.15, tie-7. Salem (3-2) 6.15, 9. Struthers (3-2) 5.1, 10. Wintersville Indian Creek (3-2) 4.85, 11. Girard (4-1) 4.65, 12. Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (2-3) 4.55

 

Region 14 – 1. St. Marys Memorial (5-0) 11.45, 2. Bellville Clear Fork (5-0) 10.15, 3. Kenton (3-2) 8.95, 4. Huron (4-1) 8.9, 5. Pepper Pike Orange (5-0) 8.55, 6. Sparta Highland (4-1) 7.45, 7. Bryan (4-1) 6.5273, 8. Milan Edison (3-1) 6.4167, 9. Van Wert (3-2) 6.25, 10. Ontario (3-2) 5.7, 11. Rocky River Lutheran West (4-1) 5.65, tie-12. Galion (3-2) 5.5, tie-12. Lorain Clearview (4-1) 5.5

 

Region 15 – 1. St. Clairsville (5-0) 11.45, 2. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (5-0) 9.95, 3. Chillicothe Unioto (4-1) 7.5879, 4. Gallipolis Gallia Acad. (4-1) 7.15, 5. Proctorville Fairland (3-2) 6.55, 6. Carroll Bloom-Carroll (4-1) 6.2727, 7. New Lexington (4-1) 5.75, 8. Chillicothe Zane Trace (3-2) 4.9, 9. Newark Licking Valley (3-2) 4.7, 10. Duncan Falls Philo (3-2) 4.25, 11. Warsaw River View (3-2) 4.0, 12. New Concord John Glenn (2-3) 3.55

 

Region 16 – 1. Cin. Wyoming (5-0) 10.5081, 2. Waverly (5-0) 9.95, 3. Cin. Indian Hill (4-1) 9.1, 4. Batavia (5-0) 8.35, 5. Clarksville Clinton-Massie (4-1) 8.3, 6. London (5-0) 7.35, 7. Cin. Taft (4-1) 6.1, 8. Springfield Shawnee (4-1) 5.8, 9. Germantown Valley View (3-2) 5.6, 10. Washington C.H. Washington (4-1) 5.2, 11. Cin. Aiken (3-2) 5.15, 12. Springfield Kenton Ridge (4-1) 4.95

 

Division V

Region 17 – 1. Akron Manchester (4-1) 8.25, 2. Gates Mills Gilmour Acad. (5-0) 8.0859, 3. Wickliffe (5-0) 7.1232, 4. Leavittsburg LaBrae (5-0) 6.85, 5. Orrville (4-1) 6.5, 6. Garrettsville Garfield (4-1) 5.95, 7. Beachwood (4-1) 5.65, 8. Columbiana Crestview (3-2) 5.6, tie-9. Magnolia Sandy Valley (4-1) 5.4, tie-9. Orwell Grand Valley (4-1) 5.4, 11. Canfield South Range (3-2) 5.1, 12. Mantua Crestwood (4-1) 4.8162

 

Region 18 – 1. Genoa Area (5-0) 10.45, 2. Liberty Center (5-0) 8.7424, tie-3. Casstown Miami East (4-1) 7.85, tie-3. Marion Pleasant (5-0) 7.85, 5. Richwood North Union (4-1) 7.3909, 6. Anna (3-2) 7.0, 7. Archbold (4-1) 6.5, 8. Oak Harbor (4-1) 5.2131, 9. Brookville (4-1) 5.05, tie-10. Millbury Lake (3-2) 4.8, tie-10. Tontogany Otsego (3-2) 4.8, 12. Pemberville Eastwood (3-2) 4.15

 

Region 19 – 1. Johnstown-Monroe (4-1) 8.4899, 2. Bellaire (5-0) 8.3, 3. Amanda-Clearcreek (5-0) 7.1222, 4. West Lafayette Ridgewood (5-0) 7.05, 5. Martins Ferry (4-1) 5.85, 6. Oak Hill (4-1) 5.55, 7. Ironton (3-2) 5.3, 8. Chesapeake (3-2) 5.25, 9. Richmond Edison (3-2) 4.6, 10. Gahanna Cols. Acad. (3-2) 3.75, 11. Byesville Meadowbrook (2-3) 3.65, 12. Cols. Bishop Ready (2-3) 3.45

 

Region 20 – 1. Wheelersburg (4-1) 9.1, 2. Middletown Madison (5-0) 8.8, 3. Minford (5-0) 7.2, 4. Portsmouth West (4-1) 7.0, 5. Jamestown Greeneview (4-1) 6.7, 6. Cin. Purcell Marian (4-1) 6.0, 7. Cin. Madeira (3-2) 5.85, 8. West Jefferson (4-1) 5.8253, 9. Cin. Mariemont (4-1) 5.2646, 10. Batavia Clermont Northeastern (3-2) 4.25, 11. Cin. Hills Christian Acad. (3-2) 3.9, 12. Portsmouth (3-2) 3.85

 

Division VI

Region 21 – 1. Mogadore (4-1) 8.95, 2. Salineville Southern (5-0) 8.85, 3. Kirtland (5-0) 7.9, 4. Sugarcreek Garaway (5-0) 7.4, 5. Rootstown (5-0) 7.25, 6. McDonald (5-0) 7.15, 7. Creston Norwayne (4-1) 6.75, 8. Steubenville Cath. Central (4-1) 6.7, 9. New Middletown Springfield (4-1) 6.05, 10. Berlin Center Western Reserve (5-0) 5.75, 11. Columbia Station Columbia (3-2) 5.4, 12. Independence (3-2) 5.35

 

Region 22 – 1. Jeromesville Hillsdale (4-1) 7.1, 2. Loudonville (3-2) 5.8, 3. Bucyrus Wynford (4-1) 5.5747, 4. Attica Seneca East (4-1) 5.5, 5. Gibsonburg (4-1) 5.2, 6. Columbus Grove (3-2) 5.15, 7. Northwood (4-1) 4.7, 8. Sherwood Fairview (3-2) 4.6, tie-9. Haviland Wayne Trace (3-2) 4.35, tie-9. Hicksville (3-2) 4.35, 11. Castalia Margaretta (3-2) 4.25, 12. Carey (3-2) 4.15

 

Region 23 – 1. Grandview Hts. (5-0) 8.2, 2. Beverly Fort Frye (4-0) 7.1528, 3. Bainbridge Paint Valley (5-0) 6.65, 4. Galion Northmor (5-0) 6.6, 5. Frankfort Adena (3-1) 6.0556, 6. Shadyside (4-1) 6.05, 7. Chillicothe Southeastern (4-1) 5.35, 8. Howard East Knox (5-0) 4.9, 9. Belpre (3-2) 4.2717, tie-10. Centerburg (3-2) 3.55, tie-10. Lore City Buckeye Trail (3-2) 3.55, 12. Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant (3-2) 3.4

 

Region 24 – 1. Coldwater (5-0) 11.3, 2. Lima Central Cath. (5-0) 9.6, tie-3. Mechanicsburg (5-0) 9.15, tie-3. Maria Stein Marion Local (5-0) 9.15, 5. Cin. Deer Park (5-0) 7.65, 6. Spencerville (4-1) 6.8, 7. Troy Christian (4-1) 6.15, 8. Lima Perry (4-1) 6.0, 9. St. Henry (4-1) 5.8, 10. Tipp City Bethel (3-2) 5.45, 11. West Alexandria Twin Valley South (3-2) 4.95, 12. West Liberty-Salem (4-1) 4.8152

 

Division VII

Region 25 – 1. Cuyahoga Hts. (4-1) 6.25, 2. Ashland Mapleton (4-1) 5.75, 3. Windham (4-1) 5.4, 4. Ashtabula St. John School (4-1) 4.85, 5. Youngstown Valley Christian (4-1) 4.6657, 6. Leetonia (3-2) 4.3, 7. East Canton (3-2) 4.25, 8. Fairport Harbor Fairport Harding (3-2) 3.95, 9. Toronto (2-3) 3.25, 10. Wellsville (2-3) 2.9, 11. Richmond Hts. (2-3) 2.65, 12. Southington Chalker (3-2) 2.45

 

Region 26 – 1. Sycamore Mohawk (5-0) 10.45, 2. McComb (5-0) 8.95, 3. Edgerton (5-0) 7.55, 4. Greenwich South Central (5-0) 7.4, 5. Leipsic (5-0) 7.0, 6. Pandora-Gilboa (5-0) 6.65, 7. Arlington (4-1) 5.9, 8. Tiffin Calvert (4-1) 5.75, 9. Norwalk St. Paul (4-1) 5.15, 10. Hamler Patrick Henry (2-3) 4.4, 11. Antwerp (3-2) 3.9, 12. West Unity Hilltop (3-2) 3.6

 

Region 27 – 1. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep. (5-0) 8.25, 2. Lucas (3-2) 5.35, 3. Glouster Trimble (4-1) 5.25, 4. Sugar Grove Berne Union (4-1) 5.0717, 5. Lancaster Fisher Cath. (3-1) 4.9722, 6. Franklin Furnace Green (4-0) 4.9709, 7. Waterford (4-1) 4.2646, 8. Racine Southern (4-1) 3.6071, 9. Caldwell (3-2) 3.2, 10. Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans (3-2) 2.4535, 11. Hannibal River (2-3) 2.45, 12. Willow Wood Symmes Valley (2-3) 1.8082

 

Region 28 – 1. Fort Loramie (4-1) 8.35, 2. Minster (4-1) 6.85, 3. Convoy Crestview (4-1) 6.25, 4. Cin. Miami Valley Christian Acad. (5-0) 5.4708, 5. New Bremen (3-2) 5.15, 6. Ansonia (3-2) 4.75, 7. Waynesfield Waynesfield-Goshen (3-2) 3.85, 8. North Lewisburg Triad (4-1) 3.6081, 9. Sidney Lehman Cath. (3-2) 3.6, 10. Union City Mississinawa Valley (3-2) 3.3, 11. Mt. Blanchard Riverdale (3-2) 3.15, 12. Dola Hardin Northern (2-3) 2.6

 

 

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