Are You Ready For Some Football? Playoffs Begin Tonight

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OHSAA Football Finals
The 36th annual OHSAA Football State Tournaments/Playoffs start tonight with Divisions II, III and V taking the field. Saturday, Divisions I, IV and VI follow. Below we take a look at everything you need to know before heading out to the games. Consider this the ultimate fans guide to the football postseason. November is finally here and so is one-and-done. Buckle up.


The 36th annual OHSAA Football Tournaments/Playoffs start tonight with
Divisions II, III and V taking the field. Saturday, Divisions I, IV and
VI follow. Below we take a look at everything you need to know before
heading out to the games. Consider this the ultimate fans guide to the
football postseason. November is finally here and so is one-and-done.
Buckle up.

WHAT: 36th Annual OHSAA Football Tournaments (Regional Quarterfinals/First Round)

WHEN/WHERE: Friday, Nov. 2-Divisions II, III and V; Saturday, Nov. 3-Divisions I, IV and VI; Schools that finished 1, 2, 3 or 4 in the final OHSAA computer rankings to host.

TIMES: Games on Friday begin at 7:30; games on Saturday begin at 7:00.

FORMAT: Thirty-two teams in six divisions (192 total schools) have qualified for the tournaments, with selections based on the OHSAA Football Computer Rankings. To qualify for the tournaments, schools must have finished first through eighth in their assigned region.

ADMISSION: $6.00 per person presale; $8.00 per person at the gate.

NINTH YEAR WITH 192 QUALIFIERS: This is the ninth year that the OHSAA football tournament field consists of 192 total qualifiers. Each of the 24 regions has qualified eight teams to the tournaments, which consist of five rounds. The first round is the regional quarterfinals, and teams that finish first through fourth in their regions in the final OHSAA computer rankings serve as hosts. Teams may choose an alternate site to host first-round games and do not need approval from the OHSAA to do so. In bracket order, team 1 will host team 8, team 4 will host team 5, team 2 will host team 7 and team 3 will host team 6. The HSAA will designate neutral sites for regional semifinal, regional final and state semifinal games, and no rebracketing will occur until the state semifinals.

DEFENDING STATE CHAMPS: D-I Hilliard Davidson – Wildcats did not qualify for the tournament. Finished 7-3 and No. 10 in Region 3 computer points; D-II Piqua – Indians play at Toledo Central Catholic in Region 6 quarterfinal; D-III Steubenville – Big Red are now in D-IV and hosts Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy in Region 14 quarterfinal; Youngstown Cardinal Mooney – Cards host Coschocton in Region 14 quarterfinal; D-V St. henry – Redskins did not qualify for the tournament. St. Henry finished 6-4 and No. 13 in Region 20 computer points; D-VI – Marion Local – Flyers bumped up to D-V and host Casstown Miami East in Region 20 quarterfinal.

FOOTBALL SCHOOLS: There were 715 football-playing schools this year. The division breakdowns are: Division I: 115 schools (enrollments of 524 or more); Division II: 120 schools (enrollments between 365 and 523); Division III: 119 schools (enrollments between 257 and 364); Division IV: 119 schools (enrollments between 187 and 256); Division V: 121 schools (enrollments between 131 and 186); and Division VI: 121 schools (enrollments of 130 or less). Divisions are based on enrollments of males in grades 9 through 11 as reported to the State Department of Education in October 2006.

STATE FOOTBALL FINALS TICKET BOOKS ON SALE: Ticket books for all six state football championship games are currently on sale through the Canton/Stark County Convention and Visitors’ Bureau. The state football finals are November 30 and December 1 at Fawcett Stadium in Canton and Paul Brown Tiger Stadium in Massillon. Tickets can be ordered on-line at www.ohsaafbfinals.com. Ticket books are $42.00 for the six games. Also available prepaid two-day parkings passes for $10.00, prepaid two-day motorhome parking passes for $20.00 and state tournament souvenir programs for $4.00 (a savings of $1.00 from the price at the games). Priority seating will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. There will be a $3.00 ticket precessing fee per order and a $2.00 postage fee per order. For addition information, contact the Canton/Stark County Convention & Visitors’ Bureau at 1-800-533-4302 or 330-454-1439. Orders must be postmarked by Nov. 16, and single game tickets are not available.

FIRST-TIME PARTICIPANTS: There are 14 schools that are making their first appearance in the OHSAA football tournaments this year (there were 10 in 2006, 12 in 2005, 16 in 2004, 12 in 2003, 21 in 2002, 17 in 2001, 26 in 2000 and 32 in 1999). The first-time participants are: Division I (3): Hilliard Darby, North Royalton, Perrysburg; Division II (2): Akron Firestone, Cleveland South; Division III (1): Mogadore Field; Division IV (3): Belmont Union Local, Genoa Area, Pataskala Licking Heights; Division V (1): Casstown Miami East; Division VI (4): Arlington, Portsmouth Sciotoville Community, Toledo Christian, West Unity Hilltop.

REPEAT QUALIFIERS FROM 2007: Of the 192 schools that qualified for the OHSAA football tournaments, 113 also qualified in 2006. The number of schools by division that have again qualified in 2006 is as follows: Division I: 19; Division II: 18; Division III: 18; Division IV: 21; Division V: 19, and Division VI: 18.

WELCOME BACK: Several schools in this year’s tournament have had long droughts since their last post-season showing. In Division I, Groveport-Madison last appeared in 1988; in Division III, Canal Winchester last appeared in 1988 and Goshen last appeared in 1993; in Division V, Belpre last appeared in 1988; and in Division VI, Lockland last appeared in 1993 and Sugar Grove Berne Union last appeared in 1994.

RESPECT YOUR ELDERS: There are seven schools that are making at least their 20th appearance in the OHSAA football tournaments: Division I (2): Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller-26th; Cleveland St. Ignatius-20th; Division IV (2): Steubenville-20th; Youngstown Cardinal Mooney-21st; Division V (1): Wheelersburg-20th; Division VI (2): Mogadore-21st, Newark Catholic-30th.

MOST TOURNAMENT WINS: Twelve schools in the tournaments have at least 25 OHSAA tourney victories: Newark Catholic (57-22, Div. VI); Cleveland St. Ignatius (50-10, Div. I); Mogadore (40-17, Div. VI); Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (39-14, Div. IV); Columbus St. Francis DeSales (38-14, Div. II); Steubenville (36-16, Div. IV); Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (33-18, Div. I); Germantown Valley View (30-10, Div. III); Maria Stein Marion Local (26-6, Div. V); Coldwater (26-11, Div. IV); Mentor Lake Catholic (25-12, Div. III); Warren John F. Kennedy (25-15, Div. VI).

SCHOOLS THAT MOVED INTO THE TOURNAMENT FROM WEEK 9 TO 10: There were 19 schools that would not have made the tournaments following week 9 but moved into the tournament following week 10. The schools are: Division I (5): Canton GlenOak (10th/finished 8th); Clayton Northmont (9th/finished 7th); Cleveland Glenville (9th/finished 7th); Painesville Riverside (10th/finished 8th); Toledo St. John’s Jesuit (9th/finished 7th); Division II (3): Cincinnati Winton Woods (10th/finished 8th); Grafton Midview (9th/finished 8th); Uniontown Lake (9th/finished 7th) Division III (2): Germantown Valley View (11th/finished 7th); Rossford (12th/finished 8th); Division IV (2): Dayton Oakwood (9th/finished 8th); Ottawa-Glandorf (9th/finished 7th); Division V (5): Archbold (11th/finished 7th); Defiance Tinora (10th/finished 6th); Milford Center Fairbanks (11th/finished 8th); West Lafayette Ridgewood (9th/finished 6th); West Salem Northwestern (9th/finished 6th); Division VI (2): Leetonia (10th/finished 8th); Portsmouth Notre Dame (9th/finished 8th).

FORMER STATE CHAMPS: Forty-two former state champions have qualified for this year’s tournaments, accounting for 97 total championships. The number of state championships won and the schools are: (9 titles/1 school)— Cleveland St. Ignatius; (7 titles/2 schools)—Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller, Newark Catholic; (6 titles/2 schools)—St. Henry, Youngstown Cardinal Mooney; (4 titles/1 school)—Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary; (3 titles/9 schools)—Cincinnati Princeton, Columbus St. Francis DeSales, Elyria Catholic, Germantown Valley View, Maria Stein Marion Local, Marion Pleasant, Mentor Lake Catholic, Mogadore, Steubenville; (2 titles/4 schools)—Canton Central Catholic, Cincinnati Elder, Fostoria, West Jefferson; (1 title/23 schools)—Archbold, Avon Lake, Bedford St. Peter Chanel, Beloit West Branch, Carey, Cincinnati Colerain, Cincinnati St. Xavier, Cincinnati Wyoming, Columbus Brookhaven, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit, Clyde, Coldwater, Columbus Bishop Ready, Liberty Center, McComb, Patrick Henry, Poland Seminary, Steubenville Catholic Central, Toledo Central Catholic, Upper Arlington, Warren John F. Kennedy, Wheelersburg, Youngstown Ursuline.

UNDEFEATED SCHOOLS: Twenty-nine schools finished the regular season undefeated this year, and all qualified for the tournaments. The undefeated schools are as follows (all are 10-0): Division I (5): Brunswick, Cincinnati Colerain, Cincinnati St. Xavier, Dublin Coffman, Pickerington Central; Division II (4): Avon Lake, Cincinnati Turpin, Columbus St. Francis DeSales, Warren Howland; Division III (3): Canal Fulton Northwest, Rocky River, Tipp City Tippecanoe; Division IV (5): Kettering Archbishop Alter, St. Clairsville, Steubenville, Williamsport Westfall, Youngstown Cardinal Mooney; Division V (7): Bucyrus Wynford, Findlay Liberty-Benton, Lore City Buckeye Trail, Maria Stein MarioN Local, North Lima South Range, Vienna Mathews, West Jefferson; Division VI (5): Bascom Hopewell-Loudon, Beallsville, Covington, Portsmouth Sciotoville Community, Springfield Catholic Central.

STRONG CONFERENCE: The Southwestern Buckeye League Southwest Division had a remarkably strong season as evidenced by its playoff participants. Five of the Division’s seven teams made the postseason. A sixth – Bellbrook – would have made it with a victory in Week 10. Those that are playing this weekend are: Germantown Valley View, Oakwood, Milton-Union, Brookville and Eaton. Two SWBL Buckeye Division teams made the postseason (Monroe and Waynesville) meaning seven of 14 total SWBL schools made Week 11.

CONSECUTIVE SHOWINGS: Teams in this year’s tournament with the most consecutive tournament appearances are Cleveland St. Ignatius (20th consecutive), Columbus St. Francis DeSales (14th consecutive) and Coldwater and Newark Catholic (both with their 11th consecutive)

.500 OR LOWER: No schools qualified for this year’s tournament with a sub-.500 record. There have been five schools that qualified over the years with records under the .500 mark: Cleveland Benedictine (2005, 4-5), Uniontown Lake (2003, 4-6), Hamilton Badin (2001, 4-6), Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (2001, 3-6) and Middletown Bishop Fenwick (1982, 4-6). All five schools lost their first-round games.

CHAMPIONSHIPS BY REGIONAL FINISH: When the OHSAA tournament had four qualifiers per region between 1985 and 1998, 75 state champions were crowned. Of those 75 champions, 48 finished first in their region in the final OHSAA computer rankings, 16 finished second, seven finished third and four finished fourth. During the past eight years (after the expansion to eight qualifiers per region) there have been 48 champions, and 21 of those schools finished first in their region, 13 finished second, five finished third, three finished fourth, two finished fifth, one finished sixth, two finished seventh and one finished eighth. 2001 marked the first time a school that finished lower than fourth in its region won a state championship (Division III, Mentor Lake Catholic, fifth; Division I Cleveland St. Ignatius, seventh), while St. Henry became the first eighth-seed to win a state championship in 2004 (Division V).

HOW THE SEEDS HAVE FARED: During the 2006 tournaments, the higher-seeded teams held a 113-68-5 lead over the lower seeds (62.1 percent). During the 2005 Tournaments, the higher-seeded teams held a 123-57-6 (.677) lead; in 2004, the higher seeded teams held a 112-70-4 (.613) lead; in 2003, the margin was 126-58-2 (.683); in 2002 it was 129-55-2 (.699); in 2001 it was 118-66-2 (.640); in 2000 it was 128-52-6 (.704), and in 1999 it was 113-70-3 (.616).

THE OHIO HIGH/ONN POWER POLL: The Power Poll was updated for the final time on Monday. Here is a look at some of the top teams in each division, listed in order: Division I – Cincinnati St. Xavier (10-0), Cincinnati Colerain (10-0), Dublin Coffman (10-0), Brunswick (10-0), Pickerington Central (10-0), Euclid (9-1), Cleveland St. Ignatius (8-2), Mentor (7-2), Macedonia Nordonia (9-1), Hilliard Darby (9-1). Division II – Columbus DeSales (10-0), Cincinnati Turpin (10-0), Avon Lake (10-0), Warren Howland (10-0). Division III – Canal Fulton Northwest (10-0), Newark Licking Valley (9-1), Rocky River (10-0), Tipp City Tippecanoe (10-0). Division IV – Youngstown Mooney (10-0), Kettering Alter (10-0), Steubenville (10-0), Williamsport Westfall (10-0). Division V – Maria Stein Marion Local (10-0), North Lima South Range (10-0), Findlay Liberty-Benton (10-0), West Jefferson (10-0). Division VI – Springfield Catholic Central (10-0), Bascom Hopewell-Loudon (10-0), Mogadore (9-1), Norwalk St. Paul (9-1).

PLAYOFF PAIRINGS:

DIVISION I
All Games at 7 p.m. Saturday
Region 1

8 Painesville Riverside (7-3) at 1 Mentor (7-2)

5 N. Royalton (9-1) at 4 Solon (8-2)

7 Cleve. Glenville (8-2) vs. 2 Cleve. St. Ignatius (8-2) at Parma Byers Field – This game will be televised by Sports Time Ohio. Glenville features WR Cordale Scott. These teams have met in the playoffs three times in the last four years with Glenville holding a 2-1 edge. St. Ignatius won 24-21 in 2003 in a first-round game. Glenville then won 22-14 in a 2004 regional final and last year 19-12 in a first-round game. St. Ignatius has won a record nine state playoff titles.

6 Youngs. Boardman (7-3) at 3 Euclid (9-1)

Region 2

8 Canton GlenOak (6-4) at 1 Brunswick (10-0)

5 Wadsworth (9-1) at 4 Tol. Whitmer (8-2)

7 Tol. St. John's (6-4) at 2 N. Canton Hoover (8-2)

6 Perrysburg (8-2) at 3 Macedonia Nordonia (9-1).

Region 3

8 Upper Arlington (8-2) at 1 Hilliard Darby (9-1) – Darby defeated UA 22-7 in Week 5. PressBoxProductions.net will have a live audio webcast of this game at 7 p.m. Saturday.

5 Groveport-Madison (7-3) at 4 Cols. Brookhaven (9-1)

7 Lancaster (7-3) at 2 Pickerington Cent. (10-0) – Central won 24-13 in Week 5.

6 Gahanna Lincoln (7-3) at 3 Dublin Coffman (10-0) – Coffman defeated Gahanna twice in 2006, including a 35-23 win in the regional semifinals. Coffman features OSU verbals OL Mike Adams and WR Jake Stoneburner.

Region 4

8 Cin. Elder (7-3) at 1 Cin. St. Xavier (10-0) – St. X downed GCL rival Elder 18-0 in Week 6.

5 Cin. Princeton (8-2) at 4 Centerville (8-2) – Princeton won a 43-42 thriller over Centerville in Week 2.

7 Clayton Northmont (7-3) at 2 Cin. Colerain (10-0)

6 Cin. Moeller (6-3) at 3 Cin. Sycamore (9-1).

DIVISION II
All Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday

Region 5

8 Madison (7-3) at 1 Warren Howland (10-0) – Madison features OSU verbal TE Nic DiLillo.

5 Mayfield (7-3) vs. 4 Parma Padua (7-3) at Parma Byers Field

7 Akron Firestone (7-3) at 2 Tallmadge (9-1) – Tallmadge stopped Firestone 35-20 in Week 3.

6 Cleve. South (8-2) at 3 Parma Normandy (8-2).

Region 6

8 Grafton Midview (8-2) at 1 Avon Lake (10-0)

5 Powell Olentangy Liberty (8-2) at 4 Ashland (9-1) – This game will be televised by Sports Time Ohio.

7 Lexington (8-2) vs. 2 Sylvania Southview (9-1) at Sylvania Northview

6 Piqua (7-3) at 3 Tol. Cent. Cath. (8-2) – Eventual state champion Piqua downed TCC 33-14 in the first round in 2006.

Region 7

8 Zanesville (8-2) at 1 Cols. DeSales (10-0)

5 Cols. Marion-Franklin (9-1) at 4 Canfield (9-1)

7 Uniontown Lake (7-3) at 2 Louisville (8-2) – Lake defeated Louisville 35-34 in Week 2. PressBoxProductions.net will have a live audio webcast of this game beginning at 7:30 p.m. tonight. Just go to that site at that time.

6 Dresden Tri-Valley (9-1) at 3 Logan (9-1).

Region 8

8 Cin. Winton Woods (7-3) at 1 Cin. Turpin (10-0)

5 Trotwood-Madison (7-3) at 4 Trenton Edgewood (8-1) – Edgewood stopped Trotwood-Madison 35-12 in a first-round playoff game in 2006.

7 Kings Mills Kings (8-2) at 2 Cin. Anderson (8-2)

6 Day. Carroll (9-1) at 3 Cin. Withrow (9-1).

DIVISION III
All games start at 7:30 p.m. Friday

Region 9

8 Mogadore Field (9-1) at 1 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (8-1)

5 Cortland Lakeview (8-2) at 4 Aurora (9-1)

7 Hubbard (7-3) at 2 Rocky River (10-0)

6 Ravenna (8-2) at Mentor Lake Cath. (6-4).

Region 10

8 Rossford (6-4) at 1 Sunbury Big Walnut (9-1)

5 Shelby (8-2) at 4 Bellefontaine (9-1)

7 Urbana (9-1) at 2 Napoleon (9-1)

6 Clyde (9-1) at 3 Tipp City Tippecanoe (10-0) – This is one of two first-round match-ups between teams ranked in the ONN/Ohio High Power Poll. Tipp City is ranked fourth in the state, while Clyde is No. 7.

Region 11

8 Poland Seminary (7-3) at 1 Canal Fulton Northwest (10-0)

5 Canton South (6-4) at 4 Dover (7-3) – Canton South stopped Dover 28-21 in Week 1.

7 Granville (7-3) at 2 Newark Licking Valley (9-1) – Licking Valley defeated Granville 28-0 in Week 7.

6 New Concord John Glenn (8-2) at 3 Beloit West Branch (8-2).

Region 12

8 Eaton (6-4) at 1 Cin. Indian Hill (8-2)

5 Circleville (7-3) at 4 Washington Court House (8-2) – Circleville stopped WCH 34-27 in Week 2.

7 Germantown Valley View (5-5) at 2 Canal Winchester (9-1) – Valley View is the only team that qualified for the playoffs without a winning record.

6 Monroe (8-2) at 3 Goshen (9-1).

DIVISION IV
All Games at 7 p.m. Saturday

Region 13

8 Coshocton (7-3) vs. 1 Youngs. Mooney (10-0) at Youngstown State University – Mooney is the defending Division IV state champion and has won 24 straight games.

5 Perry (9-1) at 4 Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (8-2)

7 Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (9-1) at 2 Steubenville (10-0) – Steubenville won the Division III state title last year, but moves down to Division IV. Steubenville has won 40 straight games.

6 Zoarville Tuscarawas Valley (8-2) at 3 Canton Cent. Cath. (9-1).

Region 14

8 Elyria Cath. (8-2) at 1 Pemberville Eastwood (9-1)

5 Genoa Area (9-1) at 4 Sparta Highland (9-1)

7 Ottawa-Glandorf (8-2) at 2 Fostoria (8-2) – Fostoria won 21-20 over Ottawa-Glandorf in overtime in Week 1.

6 Oak Harbor (8-2) at 3 Marion Pleasant (9-1).

Region 15

8 Ironton Rock Hill (7-3) at 1 St. Clairsville (10-0)

5 Portsmouth (8-2) at 4 Pataskala Licking Heights (9-1)

7 New Lexington (8-2) at 2 Williamsport Westfall (10-0)

6 Belmont Union Local (9-1) at 3 Waverly (9-1).

Region 16

8 Day. Oakwood (7-3) at 1 Kettering Archbishop Alter (10-0)

5 Coldwater (9-1) at 4 Plain City Jonathan Alder (8-2)

7 Brookville (7-3) at 2 West Milton Milton-Union (9-1) – Brookville defeated Milton-Union 42-36 in Week 7

6 Cin. Wyoming (8-2) at 3 Clarksville Clinton-Massie (9-1) – Clinton-Massie defeated Wyoming 41-21 in a first-round playoff game last year.

DIVISION V
All Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday, unless noted

Region 17

8 Kirtland (8-2) at 1 N. Lima S. Range (10-0)

5 Vienna Mathews (10-0) at 4 Gates Mills Gilmour Acad. (8-1), Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

7 Bedford Chanel (6-4) vs. 2 Youngs. Ursuline (8-2) at Youngstown State University

6 West Salem Northwestern (9-1) at 3 Apple Creek Waynedale (8-2) – Waynedale downed Northwestern 28-13 in Week 4.

Region 18

8 Liberty Center (7-3) at 1 Patrick Henry (9-1) – Patrick Henry defeated Liberty Center 21-8 in Week 4.

5 Bucyrus Wynford (10-0) vs. 4 Lima Cent. Cath. (9-1) at Lima Senior – This is the other game matching teams ranked in the final ONN/Ohio High Power Poll with Wynford ranked fifth in the state and LCC at No. 9.

7 Archbold (7-3) at 2 Findlay Liberty-Benton (10-0)

6 Defiance Tinora (8-2) at 3 Sherwood Fairview (9-1) – Tinora dealt Fairview its only loss (38-20) in Week 10.

Region 19

8 Belpre (7-3) vs. 1 Cols. Ready (9-1) at Dublin Scioto

5 Minford (8-2) at 4 Johnstown-Monroe (8-2)

7 Fredericktown (8-2) at 2 Lore City Buckeye Trail (10-0)

6 West Lafayette Ridgewood (9-1) at 3 Wheelersburg (7-3).

Region 20

8 Milford Center Fairbanks (9-1) at 1 West Jefferson (10-0)

5 Waynesville (7-3) at 4 West Liberty-Salem (9-1)

7 Casstown Miami E. (8-2) at 2 Maria Stein Marion Local (10-0) – Marion Local won the Division VI state title last year and has moved up to D-V. The Flyers have won 22 straight games going into the playoffs.

6 Cin. Hills Christian Acad. (8-2) at 3 Cin. Deer Park (8-2).

DIVISION VI
All Games at 7 p.m. Saturday

Region 21

8 Leetonia (7-3) at 1 Bascom Hopewell-Loudon (10-0)

5 Columbiana (7-3) at 4 Mogadore (9-1) – Mogadore defeated Columbiana 21-14 ina 2006 regional final.

7 Monroeville (6-4) at 2 Norwalk St. Paul (9-1) – St. Paul defeated Monroeville 21-6 in Week 10.

6 McDonald (8-2) vs. 3 Warren JFK (8-2) at Warren Harding.

Region 22

8 Tol. Christian (8-2) at 1 McComb (9-1)

5 West Unity Hilltop (8-2) at 4 Arlington (8-2)

7 Defiance Ayersville (7-3) at 2 Carey (8-2)

6 Antwerp (7-3) at 3 Ada (6-4).

Region 23

8 Sugar Grove Berne Union (6-4) vs. 1 Newark Cath. (8-2) at Newark White Field

5 Malvern (8-2) at 4 Danville (7-3)

7 Steubenville Cath. Cent. (8-2) at 2 Shadyside (9-1)

6 Beallsville (10-0) at 3 Hannibal River (9-1).

Region 24

8 Portsmouth Notre Dame (6-4) at 1 Covington (10-0)

5 Sidney Lehman Cath. (7-3) at 4 Lockland (7-3)

7 Waynesville-Goshen (8-2) at 2 Springfield Cath. Cent. (10-0)

6 Mechanicsburg (6-4) at 3 Portsmouth Sciotoville Community (10-0).

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