Saturday’s Regional Quarterfinals: Final scores and what we learned

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State Playoff Football Scores

The second night of the Ohio High
School Football Playoffs is in the books

and so is the season for 48 more teams…Click here to see who won and what we learned
Saturday.


What
We Learned…

1. Kenton’s Maty Mauk is must-see TV: Anyone who claims this kid has the numbers he does because of the system he’s in and because his dad’s the head coach and his brother calls the plays, needs to go see him in person. Incredible. Saturday night Mauk broke his brother Ben’s national career passing yardage mark of 17,364 in a 74-22 win over Wellington in a Division IV Region 14 quarterfinal. Mauk finished the night 27-of-29 for 505 yards and a state record tying nine TDs. He also completed his first 19 passes to set another state record for consecutive completions and now has 17,869 passing yards. Mauk also owns national marks for total yards (21,046), passing attempts (1,974), completions (1,272) and touchdown passes (208). Against Wellington, Mauk ran the ball 11 times for 93 yards to give him 598 total yards in the game.

2. The sMACk: Yesterday we noted that the Midwest Athletic Conference was 45-1 all-time in regional quarterfinal games against non-Mac foes. Make that 48-1. Delphos St. John’s Marion Local and Minster dominated their opponents Saturday (outscored them 156-13) to advance to regional semifinals. No. 1 ranked DSJ, the defending D-VI state champion, beat Ottawa Hills 55-0; Marion Local beat Lockland 55-0; and Minster beat Springfield Central Catholic 48-13.

3. In D-I Rematches Reign: Five of the eight regional semifinal games in D-I will feature rematches from regular season games. In Region I Mentor and Solon and St. Edward and St. Ignatius play each other again, while in Region 3 Hilliard Davidson and Upper Arlington and Pickerington Central and Gahanna Lincoln meet again. In Region 4 Colerain and St. Xavier square off again.

4. Long time coming: Despite being in Wayne County, Orrville hasn’t played a team from the Wayne County Athletic League in football since 1981 when it beat Creston Norwayne 29-0 in the season opener. That streak is over. Orrville will face that same Norwayne squad in a D-IV Region 13 quarterfinal after both won their regional quarterfinals.

Regional
Final Scores

Division I

Canton McKinley 49, Sylvania Southview 21

Cincinnati Colerain 60, Cincinnati Walnut Hills 6

Cincinnati Moeller 31, Cincinnati Sycamore 21

Cincinnati St. Xavier 17, Mason 6

Cleveland St. Ignatius 29, Youngstown Boardman 14

Columbus Upper Arlington 21, Troy 20, OT

Gahanna Lincoln 38, Westerville Central 21

Hilliard Davidson 22, Lewis Center Olentangy Orange 0

Hudson 35, Findlay 28, OT

Lakewood St. Edward 28, Cleveland Heights 14

Mentor 48, Cleveland JFK 16

Middletown 28, Centerville 10

Pickerington Central 55, Dublin Coffman 14

Solon 37, Willoughby South 12

Toledo Whitmer 20, Whitehouse Anthony Wayne 0

Wadsworth 35, Canton Glenoak 28

Division III

Akron SVSM 27, Hunting Valley University 14

Division IV

Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy 16, Cincinnati Madeira 10

Clarksville Clinton-Massie 35, Cincinnati North College Hill 0

Columbus Hartley 42, Richwood North Union 14

Coshocton 34, Martins Ferry 13

Creston Norwayne 42, Brookfield 7

Dayton Chaminade-Julienne 63, Williamsport Westfall 13

Genoa Area 37, Huron 14

Girard 35, Canton Central Catholic 12

Ironton 12, Amanda-Clearcreek 9

Johnstown-Monroe 42, Gnadenhutten Indian Valley 21

Kenton 74, Wellington 22

Orrville 53, Leavittsburg LaBrae 14

Pemberville Eastwood 31, Ottawa-Glandorf 0

St. Clairsville 30, Chesapeake 27

Sullivan Black River 49, Akron Manchester 24

Waynesville 21, Milton-Union 17

Division VI

Ada 49, Lewisburg Tri-County North 12

Beallsville 27, Portsmouth Sciotoville 14

Berlin Center Western Reserve 33, Cleveland VASJ 6

Delphos St. John’s 55, Toledo Ottawa Hills 0

Ft. Loramie 34, Cincinnati Country Day 14

Leipsic 51, Arcadia 0

Malvern 23, Thompson Ledgemont 7

Maria Stein Marion Local 53, Lockland 0

McComb 49, Edgerton 39

Minster 48, Springfield Catholic Central 13

New Washington Buckeye Central 46, Crown City South Gallia 0

Shadyside 46, Wellsville 6

Tiffin Calvert 42, Edon 20

Willow Wood Symmes Valley 28, Glouster Trimble 19

Youngstown Christian 20, Mogadore 17

Zanesville Rosecrans 34, Danville 7

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