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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Local football teams to change divisions in 2011


(courtesy of Ohio High School Athletic Association)

There are several Columbus area football teams that will be changing divisions this fall in the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s biennial realignment based on enrollment.

Moving to Division I from Division II are Dublin Jerome, Dublin Scioto, Hilliard Bradley, Olentangy, Olentangy Orange and St. Charles.

Moving to Division II from Division I are Franklin Heights, Marion Harding, Mount Vernon, Northland, West and Worthington Kilbourne.

Other schools being affected include, Centennial and Independence moving to Division III from Division II, Bishop Ready moving form IV from V and Africentric moving from VI from V.


Info courtesy of the Ohio High School Athletic Association

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Ohio’s Mr. Football winner, Akise Teague chooses Cincinnati Bearcats

(courtesy of gloryman &

Youngstown Ursuline High School running back Akise Teague, Ohio’s 2010 Mr. Football, has verbally committed to play for the University of Cincinnati.

The 5’8, 175 pound senior scored 48 touchdowns this season. He had a state football finals record for all divisions with five touchdowns in a 51-21 win over the Coldwater Cavaliers in the DivisionV state championship game.

compiled from staff, radio, TV & Youngstown Ursuline news

Fredericktown’s Brian Baum selected Division V top coach

Fredericktown High School (file photo)

Brian Baum, who led the Fredericktown Freddies to a 10-0 regular season and to the state semifinals in his first season at the Knox County school, has been selected as co-coach of the year in Division V by the Associated Press.

Baum, before taking over the program at Fredericktown spent eight seasons at Mansfield Madison.

Coach Baum took the job after Luke Beal left to take the reins at Brunswick.

The Freddies football season was in good shape when Baum arrived, but he did retool the offense. They advanced the farthest they ever had in the playoffs.

Fredericktown has had two undefeated regular seasons in a row.

compiled from staff, Radio. TV & Fredericktown High School website news

OHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Coldwater finishes off Fredericktown quickly

Peter North contributed to this story

(seal courtesy of Village of Coldwater, Ohio via Wikipedia Commons)

The Coldwater Cavaliers, from the Ohio county of Mercer, put away the Fredericktown Freddies quickly last weekend in their Division V high school football playoff game at DeSales High School in Columbus.

In winning 26-6, Coldwater, now 11-3, limited Fredericktown to 70 yards rushing. Freddies sophomore Matt Smith, a 2,000-yard running back in 2010, was held to 60 yards on 17 carries.

Smith’s teammate Tony Lybarger had five catches for 108 yards and a 23-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter.

OHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Fredericktown beats Oak Hill, 28-21

Marco Dane-Weatherford contributed to this story

Fredericktown High School (file photo)

Fredericktown’s football team rarely was challenged in any game this season. The only exception was their opening game against Sparta Highland, a 17-14 win. After that, they had 11 consecutive games that were routs with them scoring 500 points.

Last weekend at Hamilton Township High School, the Freddies were in a game against Oak Hill but pulled it out in the end.

The Division V regional final went to the Freddies 28-21 as Matt Smith scored on a 59-yard touchdown run for the go-ahead score and Nathan Cubbage picked off his third interception with 2:11 remaining to seal the win.

The Freddies will play Coldwater in a state semifinal this Saturday.

Fredericktown, Ohio, located in Knox County, has one prominent resident and that being Luke Perry, he of Beverly Hills 90210 fame.

The Freddies now 13-0 received three touchdowns in the second half.

Oak Hill, who ends the season at 11-2, did tie the game at 21.

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