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Sports Spotlight: Wyatt Davis, new starter on improving & physical Ohio State offensive line

Wyatt Davis says he and Brandon Bowen are not a weak link in the offensive line as football experts feel (megasportsnews.com photo)

PRESS CONFERENCE WITH OHIO STATE SOPHOMORE OL WYATT DAVIS

Wyatt Davis Ohio State OL On improving OL play and the running game 9 2019

No. 5-ranked and 4-0 Ohio State will have its winning streak, now at 10 games, tested unlike it has all season this Saturday when it meets the 3-1 Nebraska Cornhuskers in a primetime game at Memorial Stadium.

ESPN’s College Game Day will also be in Lincoln to foment a fan base that is so true to the school that Nebraska is working on an NCAA-record 370 consecutive sellouts at home dating to 1962. The Huskers are 311-59 during this streak for a .840 winning percentage.

Wyatt Davis is in his first full year of starting on the Ohio State Buckeyes offensive line in 2019. He did start in the Big Ten Championship Game and the Rose Bowl last year. Overall, he played in all 14 games during 2018 as a redshirt freshman.

This year, he has graded out a champion in the first three games.

The 6’4, 313 pounder from Bellflower, California, talks about the offensive line and teamming with Brandon Bowen on the right side in this 2:42 presser.

 

American Athletic Conference Weekly Football News Release

THIS WEEK

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

Navy at Memphis *………………. 8 p.m.

Television: ESPN

Series: Navy leads, 3-1

Last Meeting: Sept. 8, 2018 (Navy 22-21)

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

Georgia Tech at Temple 3:30 p.m.

Television: CBS Sports Network

Series: First meeting

 

SMU at USF *………………………….. 4 p.m.

Television: ESPNU

Series: USF leads, 3-1

Last Meeting: Nov. 19, 2016 (USF, 35-27)

 

Cincinnati at Marshall………… 5 p.m.

Television: CBS Sports Network on Facebook

Series: Cincinnati leads, 8-4-1

Last Meeting: Sept. 30, 2017 (Marshall, 38-21)

 

ECU at Old Dominion………….. 6 p.m.

Television: ESPN+

Series: ECU leads, 5-3-1

Last Meeting: Sept. 29, 2018 (ECU, 37-35)

UConn at UCF *………………………. 7 p.m.

Television: ESPN2

Series: UCF leads, 4-2

Last Meeting: Aug. 30, 2018 (UCF, 56-17)

 

Houston at North Texas…… 8 p.m.

Television: CBS Sports Network on Facebook

Series: Tied, 7-7

Last Meeting: Oct. 6, 2012 (Houston, 44-21)

 

 

OPEN WEEK

Tulane

Next Game: Oct. 5 at Army

 

Tulsa

Next Game: Oct. 5 at SMU

 

All times Eastern

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Chuck Sullivan; COURTESY AAC COMMUNICATIONS

American Athletic Conference announces its Weekly Football Honors

Tulane’s McCleskey, Tulsa’s Edmiston, ECU’s Verity are weekly award winners

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The American Athletic Conference has announced the winners of the league’s weekly football honors for the fourth week of the 2019 college football season.

 

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Jalen McCleskey • Tulane • Sr. • WR • Covington, La.

McCleskey scored the game-winning touchdown on a 53-yard catch and run with three seconds left in regulation to give Tulane a 38-31 victory against Houston. McCleskey finished the game with four receptions for a game-high 120 yards and two touchdowns.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Cooper Edmiston • Tulsa • Sr. • LB • Gatesville, Texas

Edmiston had a team-high nine tackles, including the pivotal defensive play in the final minute of Tulsa’s 24-21 win against previously unbeaten Wyoming. With the Cowboys threatening for the go-ahead touchdown, Edmiston registered a forced fumble at the 3-yard line with 50 seconds left to give Tulsa the ball and clinch the win.

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Jake Verity • ECU • Jr. • K • Bremen, Ga.

Verity accounted for 13 of the Pirates’ 19 points as ECU evened its record at 2-2 with a 19-7 win against William & Mary. Verity scored the last 12 points of the game, breaking a 7-7 tie with four field goals, connecting from 31, 33, 22 and 45 yards.

HONOR ROLL

Otis Anderson • UCF • Jr. • QB

Had 124 all-purpose yards, including a conference-record 87-yard punt return for a touchdown, in a 35-34 loss at Pitt.

D’Eriq King • Houston • Sr. • QB

Was 16-of-33 for 229 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 116 yards and a TD in a 38-31 loss at Tulane.

Shane Buechele • SMU • Jr. • QB

Was 23-of-34 for 288 yards and two touchdowns and added a rushing TD in a 41-38 win at No. 25 TCU.

Delano Robinson • SMU • Jr. • LB

Had eight tackles with 1.5 sacks and a pass breakup in a 41-38 win at No. 25 TCU.

Zach Smith • Tulsa • Jr. • QB

Was 25-of-50 for 354 yards and two touchdowns in a 24-21 win against Wyoming.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Chuck Sullivan; COURTESY AAC COMMUNICATIONS

Week 5 is here! So that means time for the First OHSAA Weekly Football Computer Rankings

News Release – Ohio High School Athletic Association

Executive Director Jerry Snodgrass

 

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

 

For Immediate Release – Sept. 24, 2019

Football regular-season entering Week 5

 

OHSAA Releases First Weekly Football Computer Ratings

Football regular-season entering Week 5

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association released the first 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, Nov. 3, 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/2019/Polls-ComputerRankings/Week4Rankings.pdf

 

There are 712 schools in this week’s 11-man football computer ratings. 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).

 

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.

 

Related Information

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

MaxPreps Ohio Football (stats, standings, scoreboard): https://www.maxpreps.com/state/football/ohio.htm

 

Sept. 23 Associated Press State Football Poll (Courtesy Cleveland.com): https://www.cleveland.com/highschoolsports/2019/09/mentor-and-kirtland-remain-no-1-in-ap-state-football-polls.html

 

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

 

OHSAA News and Media Home, Including OHSAA Radio Network: https://www.ohsaa.org/news-media

 

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

 

OHSAA Football Computer Ratings – Sept. 24, 2019 (Entering Week 5)

Top eight schools from each region in the final report Nov. 3 will qualify for the playoffs.

Division I

Region 1 – 1. Mentor (4-0) 11.05, 2. Euclid (4-0) 10.2664, 3. Strongsville (4-0) 9.3, 4. Stow-Munroe Falls (3-1) 8.975, 5. Lakewood St. Edward (3-1) 8.525, 6. Solon (3-1) 8.225, 7. Brunswick (3-1) 7.625, 8. Medina (3-1) 7.525, 9. Canton McKinley (3-1) 7.275, 10. Massillon Jackson (3-1) 7.075, 11. Cleveland Heights (3-1) 6.35, 12. Cle. St. Ignatius (2-2) 6.075

Region 2 – 1. Dublin Coffman (4-0) 10.775, 2. Tol. Whitmer (4-0) 10.25, 3. Springboro (4-0) 8.9, 4. Dublin Jerome (3-1) 7.425, 5. Marysville (3-1) 7.2, 6. Springfield (3-1) 6.825, 7. Perrysburg (3-1) 5.15, 8. Beavercreek (2-2) 4.4, 9. Clayton Northmont (2-2) 3.9, 10. Centerville (2-2) 3.65, 11. Delaware Hayes (2-2) 3.6, 12. Findlay (1-3) 3.525

Region 3 – 1. Powell Olentangy Liberty (4-0) 9.35, 2. Westerville Central (4-0) 8.75, 3. Groveport-Madison (4-0) 8.575, 4. Pickerington Central (3-1) 8.5, 5. Reynoldsburg (4-0) 8.35, 6. Hilliard Davidson (3-1) 7.425, 7. Hilliard Darby (3-1) 6.6692, 8. Lewis Center Olentangy Orange (3-1) 5.675, 9. New Albany (3-1) 5.225, 10. Pickerington North (1-3) 3.475, 11. Thomas Worthington (2-2) 3.125, 12. Grove City Central Crossing (1-3) 2.375

Region 4 – 1. Cin. St. Xavier (4-0) 13.375, 2. Fairfield (4-0) 11.55, 3. West Chester Lakota West (3-1) 9.175, 4. Cin. Sycamore (3-1) 7.075, 5. Cin. Elder (3-1) 6.85, 6. Cin. Walnut Hills (3-1) 6.775, 7. Liberty Twp. Lakota East (3-1) 6.175, 8. Cin. Colerain (3-1) 6.125, 9. Lebanon (3-1) 5.85, 10. Cin. Princeton (2-2) 5.425, 11. Hamilton (2-2) 4.375, 12. Milford (2-2) 2.875

Division II

Region 5 – 1. Massillon Washington (4-0) 11.9, 2. Mayfield (4-0) 9.025, 3. Willoughby South (3-1) 8.1, 4. Akron Archbishop Hoban (3-1) 7.625, 5. Uniontown Lake (4-0) 7.425, 6. North Canton Hoover (3-1) 6.8, 7. Bedford (3-1) 6.6, 8. Austintown-Fitch (3-1) 6.45, 9. Massillon Perry (3-1) 6.075, 10. Warren G. Harding (2-2) 5.35, 11. Akron Kenmore-Garfield (3-1) 4.775, 12. Madison (2-2) 4.7

Region 6 – 1. Amherst Steele (4-0) 9.7, 2. Avon (4-0) 8.65, 3. Cle. Benedictine (4-0) 7.75, 4. Olmsted Falls (4-0) 7.375, 5. Maple Hts. (3-1) 6.325, 6. Barberton (3-1) 5.975, 7. Parma Hts. Valley Forge (3-1) 5.85, 8. Avon Lake (3-1) 5.825, 9. North Royalton (3-1) 5.65, 10. Brecksville-Broadview Hts. (2-2) 5.475, 11. Grafton Midview (3-1) 5.225, 12. Wadsworth (2-2) 3.55

Region 7 – 1. Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (4-0) 10.875, 2. Westerville South (4-0) 10.025, 3. Tol. Central Cath. (4-0) 9.5859, 4. Oregon Clay (4-0) 8.125, 5. Mount Vernon (4-0) 7.475, 6. Tol. St. Francis de Sales (3-1) 7.1, 7. Troy (3-1) 6.325, 8. Tol. St. John’s (2-2) 5.225, 9. Lima Senior (2-2) 4.85, 10. Pataskala Watkins Memorial (2-2) 4.7, 11. Delaware Olentangy Berlin (2-2) 4.325, 12. Sunbury Big Walnut (2-2) 4.225

Region 8 – 1. Canal Winchester (4-0) 10.45, 2. Cin. Turpin (4-0) 9.725, 3. Cin. La Salle (4-0) 9.3903, 4. Cin. Winton Woods (4-0) 9.1, tie-5. Harrison (3-1) 8.3, tie-5. Cols. Walnut Ridge (4-0) 8.3, 7. Cols. St. Francis DeSales (3-1) 7.975, 8. Oxford Talawanda (4-0) 7.725, 9. Cin. Anderson (2-2) 6.275, 10. Xenia (3-1) 6.125, 11. Cols. St. Charles (3-1) 5.85, 12. Cols. Franklin Hts. (3-1) 5.65

Division III

Region 9 – 1. New Philadelphia (4-0) 10.05, 2. Niles McKinley (4-0) 9.325, 3. Chagrin Falls Kenston (4-0) 8.75, 4. Ravenna (4-0) 8.675, 5. Aurora (4-0) 8.35, 6. Akron Coventry (4-0) 8.1, 7. Streetsboro (4-0) 7.9, 8. Dover (3-1) 6.9773, 9. Chardon (3-1) 6.5, 10. Geneva (3-1) 5.975, 11. Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (3-1) 5.775, 12. Steubenville (3-1) 5.5657

Region 10 – 1. Bay Village Bay (3-1) 8.075, 2. Mansfield Senior (4-0) 7.75, 3. Richfield Revere (3-1) 7.6, 4. Sandusky (4-0) 7.075, 5. Medina Buckeye (3-1) 7.025, 6. Norwalk (3-1) 6.9, 7. Tiffin Columbian (4-0) 6.65, 8. Parma Hts. Holy Name (3-1) 5.175, 9. Caledonia River Valley (3-1) 4.275, 10. Tol. Rogers (3-1) 4.0051, 11. Rocky River (2-2) 3.825, 12. Bowling Green (2-2) 2.75

Region 11 – 1. Cols. Bishop Hartley (4-0) 9.6654, 2. Plain City Jonathan Alder (4-0) 8.7, 3. Granville (4-0) 8.65, 4. Cols. Bishop Watterson (4-0) 8.4053, 5. Cols. South (4-0) 8.2, 6. Zanesville (4-0) 7.925, 7. Jackson (4-0) 7.225, 8. London (3-0) 6.6111, 9. Chillicothe Unioto (3-1) 6.475, 10. Bellbrook (3-1) 6.45, 11. Thornville Sheridan (3-1) 5.9, 12. Marietta (3-1) 5.275

Region 12 – 1. Wapakoneta (4-0) 10.625, 2. Day. Chaminade Julienne (3-1) 7.15, 3. Franklin (3-1) 6.0, 4. Kettering Archbishop Alter (3-1) 5.575, 5. Hamilton Badin (2-2) 5.3, 6. Greenville (3-1) 5.25, 7. Hamilton Ross (3-1) 5.225, tie-8. Cin. Mount Healthy (2-2) 5.175, tie-8. Cin. Hughes (3-1) 5.175, 10. Lima Shawnee (3-1) 5.1, tie-11. Middletown Bishop Fenwick (2-2) 4.35, tie-11. St. Marys Memorial (2-2) 4.35

Division IV

Region 13 – 1. Perry (4-0) 10.025, 2. Cuy. Falls Cuy. Valley Christian Acad. (3-1) 7.75, 3. Hubbard (3-1) 7.25, 4. Salem (4-0) 6.525, 5. Wintersville Indian Creek (3-1) 6.175, 6. Girard (4-0) 5.9, 7. Poland Seminary (2-2) 4.55, 8. Chagrin Falls (2-2) 4.3, 9. Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (2-2) 3.6, 10. Navarre Fairless (2-2) 3.55, 11. East Liverpool (2-2) 3.4, 12. Struthers (2-2) 2.875

Region 14 – 1. Canal Fulton Northwest (4-0) 8.375, 2. Wauseon (4-0) 8.3, 3. Galion (4-0) 7.325, 4. LaGrange Keystone (3-1) 6.75, 5. Bellville Clear Fork (3-1) 6.225, 6. Rocky River Lutheran West (3-1) 6.05, 7. Bellevue (3-1) 5.7, 8. Ottawa-Glandorf (3-1) 5.525, 9. Shelby (3-1) 5.4, 10. Sandusky Perkins (3-1) 4.85, 11. Clyde (3-1) 4.7, 12. Huron (3-1) 4.45

Region 15 – 1. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (4-0) 9.125, 2. Newark Licking Valley (4-0) 8.7, 3. St. Clairsville (4-0) 7.925, 4. Gallipolis Gallia Acad. (4-0) 6.7628, 5. Waverly (3-1) 5.325, 6. Heath (3-1) 4.55, 7. New Concord John Glenn (2-2) 4.4, 8. Carroll Bloom-Carroll (3-1) 4.3, 9. New Lexington (3-1) 3.95, 10. Cols. Marion-Franklin (2-2) 3.725, 11. Zanesville Maysville (2-2) 3.65, 12. Cambridge (2-2) 3.475

Region 16 – 1. Cin. Wyoming (4-0) 8.45, 2. West Milton Milton-Union (4-0) 8.225, 3. Cin. Archbishop McNicholas (3-1) 7.2, 4. Germantown Valley View (4-0) 7.0, 5. Cin. Indian Hill (3-1) 6.65, 6. Bethel-Tate (3-1) 6.6, 7. Waynesville (3-1) 6.525, 8. Clarksville Clinton-Massie (3-1) 6.125, 9. Hillsboro (3-1) 5.6, 10. Kenton (3-1) 5.425, 11. Springfield Kenton Ridge (3-1) 5.125, 12. St. Bernard Roger Bacon (3-1) 4.675

Division V

Region 17 – 1. Kirtland (4-0) 8.9394, 2. Sugarcreek Garaway (4-0) 7.975, 3. Rootstown (4-0) 7.2, 4. Garrettsville Garfield (4-0) 7.05, 5. Mantua Crestwood (4-0) 5.95, 6. Barnesville (3-1) 5.6477, 7. Bellaire (3-1) 5.35, 8. Akron Manchester (3-1) 5.025, 9. Wickliffe (3-1) 4.875, 10. Burton Berkshire (3-1) 4.8, 11. Magnolia Sandy Valley (3-1) 4.65, 12. Warren Champion (3-1) 4.625

Region 18 – 1. Pemberville Eastwood (4-0) 8.8, 2. Orrville (4-0) 7.475, 3. Oak Harbor (4-0) 7.3, 4. Marion Pleasant (3-1) 6.6, 5. Northwood (4-0) 5.825, 6. Cle. Hts. Lutheran East (3-1) 5.475, 7. Elyria Cath. (2-2) 4.9, 8. Tontogany Otsego (3-1) 4.6, 9. Findlay Liberty-Benton (3-1) 4.375, 10. Richwood North Union (2-2) 4.1212, 11. Beachwood (3-1) 4.075, 12. Cle. Villa Angela-St. Joseph (3-1) 3.975

Region 19 – tie-1. Ironton (3-1) 7.45, tie-1. Minford (4-0) 7.45, 3. Amanda-Clearcreek (4-0) 7.425, 4. Portsmouth (4-0) 6.525, 5. West Lafayette Ridgewood (4-0) 6.475, 6. Wheelersburg (2-2) 6.05, 7. Wellston (3-1) 5.25, 8. Proctorville Fairland (2-2) 4.225, 9. Chesapeake (2-2) 3.95, 10. Gahanna Cols. Acad. (2-2) 3.9407, 11. Albany Alexander (3-1) 3.675, 12. Oak Hill (2-2) 3.15

Region 20 – 1. Cin. Madeira (4-0) 7.275, 2. Cin. Mariemont (4-0) 7.05, 3. West Liberty-Salem (4-0) 6.85, 4. Cin. Taft (3-1) 6.6, 5. Cin. Hills Christian Acad. (3-1) 6.525, 6. West Jefferson (4-0) 6.425, 7. Cin. Summit Country Day (3-0) 5.8502, 8. Springfield Shawnee (3-1) 5.675, 9. London Madison Plains (3-1) 4.975, 10. Springfield Greenon (3-1) 4.9, 11. Lewistown Indian Lake (3-1) 4.525, 12. Brookville (3-1) 3.825

Division VI

Region 21 – 1. New Middletown Springfield (4-0) 7.45, 2. Beverly Fort Frye (4-0) 7.275, 3. Glouster Trimble (4-0) 6.5, 4. Salineville Southern (4-0) 5.825, 5. Brookfield (3-1) 4.725, 6. Mogadore (3-1) 4.425, 7. Lore City Buckeye Trail (3-1) 4.175, 8. Dalton (3-1) 4.0, 9. Berlin Center Western Reserve (3-1) 3.975, 10. Campbell Memorial (3-1) 3.775, 11. Mineral Ridge (3-1) 3.725, 12. Rittman (3-1) 3.375

Region 22 – 1. Galion Northmor (4-0) 7.025, 2. Attica Seneca East (4-0) 6.375, 3. Jeromesville Hillsdale (4-0) 6.075, 4. Howard East Knox (4-0) 5.75, 5. North Robinson Colonel Crawford (3-1) 4.8, 6. Collins Western Reserve (3-1) 4.5, 7. Ashland Crestview (3-1) 3.7, 8. Sullivan Black River (2-2) 3.325, 9. Centerburg (2-2) 2.75, 10. Castalia Margaretta (2-2) 2.1, 11. Wellington (2-2) 2.0, 12. Oberlin (1-3) 1.975

Region 23 – 1. Coldwater (4-0) 9.4, 2. Anna (4-0) 8.225, 3. Archbold (4-0) 7.725, 4. Liberty Center (4-0) 7.525, 5. Harrod Allen East (4-0) 6.125, 6. Gibsonburg (4-0) 6.0, 7. Lima Central Cath. (3-1) 5.475, 8. Minster (3-1) 5.225, 9. Sherwood Fairview (3-1) 4.15, 10. Metamora Evergreen (3-1) 3.9, 11. Rockford Parkway (2-2) 3.475, 12. Mt. Blanchard Riverdale (2-2) 3.325

Region 24 – 1. Chillicothe Southeastern (4-0) 7.575, 2. Grandview Hts. (4-0) 7.15, 3. Arcanum (4-0) 5.875, 4. Mechanicsburg (4-0) 5.7, 5. Bainbridge Paint Valley (3-1) 5.45, 6. Frankfort Adena (3-1) 5.4, 7. Cin. Deer Park (3-1) 4.825, 8. Lucasville Valley (3-1) 4.725, 9. Miamisburg Day. Christian (4-0) 4.3535, 10. Jamestown Greeneview (2-2) 4.15, 11. Williamsburg (3-1) 3.875, 12. New Paris National Trail (3-1) 3.7

Division VII

Region 25 – 1. Independence (3-1) 5.275, tie-2. Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas (3-1) 5.175, tie-2. Wellsville (3-1) 5.175, 4. Cuyahoga Hts. (2-1) 4.8889, 5. Toronto (3-1) 3.975, tie-6. Greenwich South Central (3-1) 3.8, tie-6. North Jackson Jackson-Milton (3-1) 3.8, 8. Lucas (3-1) 3.775, 9. McDonald (2-2) 3.675, 10. Lowellville (3-1) 3.625, 11. Warren John F. Kennedy (2-2) 3.5, 12. Fairport Harbor Fairport Harding (2-2) 3.4167

Region 26 – 1. Leipsic (4-0) 5.95, 2. McComb (4-0) 5.425, 3. Norwalk St. Paul (4-0) 5.4, 4. Edgerton (4-0) 5.075, 5. Hamler Patrick Henry (3-1) 4.425, 6. Oregon Cardinal Stritch (3-1) 3.575, 7. Pandora-Gilboa (2-2) 3.5, 8. Plymouth (3-1) 3.4, 9. Arcadia (2-2) 3.15, 10. Arlington (2-2) 3.1, 11. Sycamore Mohawk (2-2) 2.975, 12. Convoy Crestview (2-2) 2.8

Region 27 – 1. Sarahsville Shenandoah (3-0) 6.8333, 2. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep. (3-1) 6.175, 3. Lancaster Fisher Cath. (4-0) 5.35, 4. New Matamoras Frontier (4-0) 5.125, 5. Racine Southern (4-0) 5.025, 6. Waterford (3-1) 4.1402, 7. Newark Cath. (2-2) 3.975, 8. Franklin Furnace Green (3-1) 3.4821, 9. Willow Wood Symmes Valley (3-1) 3.375, 10. Hannibal River (2-2) 2.7336, 11. Shadyside (2-2) 2.6301, 12. Reedsville Eastern (2-2) 2.575

Region 28 – 1. Hamilton New Miami (3-0) 5.8889, 2. Maria Stein Marion Local (3-1) 5.2, 3. Cin. College Preparatory (3-1) 5.125, 4. Fort Loramie (3-1) 4.925, 5. Waynesfield-Goshen (4-0) 4.9, 6. New Bremen (3-1) 4.625, 7. Dola Hardin Northern (3-1) 4.025, 8. Ansonia (3-1) 3.675, 9. Lockland (2-2) 3.1376, 10. Cin. Hillcrest (2-2) 2.125, 11. Union City Mississinawa Valley (2-2) 2.1, tie-12. Morral Ridgedale (2-2) 1.75, tie-12. McGuffey Upper Scioto Valley (2-2) 1.75

 

 

 

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PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Tim Stried; COURTESY OHSAA INFORMATION SERVICES

 

NHRA announces tickets on sale for 2020 Southern Nationals

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

GLENDORA, Calif. (Sept. 26, 2019) – Tickets are now on sale for the 40th annual NHRA Southern Nationals. This fan-favorite event marks the seventh stop on the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series tour and is sure to showcases drag racing at its finest.

The series rolls into Atlanta Dragway in Commerce, GA May 15-17, 2020 for the NHRA Southern Nationals and promises to deliver all the intense racing action fans in the region have come to expect from the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series.

Steve Torrence (Top Fuel), Ron Capps (Funny Car) and Andrew Hines (Pro Stock Motorcycle) raced to titles at this event in 2019.

Along with 11,000 horsepower nitro cars coursing through the track and the ever-thrilling Pro Stock Motorcycle division, the super sophisticated Pro Stock class makes its return to Atlanta Dragway. Fans can meet their favorite Pro Stock drivers including Erica Enders, Greg Anderson and Jason Line.

The ultra-competitive Factory Stock Showdown class will make its debut at Atlanta Dragway. Competitors will line up against each other, for a head-to-head battle of their factory-built vehicles.

NHRA fans can take part in the Mello Yello Walking Tour to see the cars and teams hard at work in the pits. Fans can also attend Pro Stock School and Nitro School to learn how the cars operate and reach their thrilling speeds. Atlanta Dragway will also host a Mello Yello autograph session and allow fans to meet their favorite drivers as well as the Cruising with Castello Sealmaster Track Walk hosted by NHRA announcer Joe Castello. Another can’t-miss experience is the winner’s circle celebration on Sunday after racing concludes. NHRA fans are invited to congratulate the winners of the event as they celebrate their victories.

To purchase reserved or general admission seats, visit NHRA.com/tickets or call 800-884-6472.

About NHRA
Headquartered in Glendora, Calif., NHRA is the primary sanctioning body for the sport of drag racing in the United States. NHRA presents 24 national events featuring the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series, NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series and E3 Spark NHRA Plugs Pro Mod Drag Racing Series presented by J&A Service. NHRA provides competition opportunities for drivers of all levels in the NHRA Summit Racing Series and the NHRA Drags: Street Legal Style presented by AAA. NHRA also offers NHRA Jr. Street program for teens and the Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League for youth ages 5 to 17. In addition, NHRA owns and operates four racing facilities: Atlanta Dragway in Georgia; Gainesville Raceway in Florida; Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis; and Auto Club Raceway at Pomona in Southern California. For more information, log on to www.NHRA.com, or visit the official NHRA pages on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter.
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