Logan shut out of hosting second-round football playoff games – Logan Daily News

Logan shut out of hosting second-round football playoff gamesLogan Daily NewsA Division III Region 9 rematch between unbeatens 11-0 Athens and 11-0 Tri-Valley — which was played last year in Logan — will be played Friday night at Zanesville High School, while 11-0 Jackson will travel to Chillicothe to face 9-2 Columbus … Read more…

Football game locations announced for OHSAA regional semifinals statewide … – The Plain Dealer – cleveland.com

The Plain Dealer – cleveland.com Football game locations announced for OHSAA regional semifinals statewide …The Plain Dealer – cleveland.comMadison High running back Conner Nikses is brought down by Brecksville-Broadview Hts. Garrett Patterson, left and Ryan Lambert, right, 1st quarter, on Nov. 7, 2014 at Madison High football field, Madison, … 3 Trotwood-Madison (10-1) at West […]

HS Football: OHSAA releases second-round playoff matchups, game sites – USA TODAY High School Sports

HS Football: OHSAA releases second-round playoff matchups, game sitesUSA TODAY High School SportsThe field of 224 playoff qualifiers has been cut in half, as 112 schools have moved on to the second round of the 2014 Ohio High School Athletic Association football playoffs. The second round is the regional semifinals in Divisions II through VII […]

No second-round playoff games scheduled in Logan – Logan Daily News

No second-round playoff games scheduled in LoganLogan Daily NewsOther area games of note have 11-0 Trimble traveling to New Lexington to face 11-0 Caldwell in a Division VII Region 25 semifinal and 10-1 Wheelersburg facing 8-2 Ironton in a Division V Region 17 clash at Portsmouth High School. Both of those games …and more » Read […]

Six football playoff games set for Southeast District teams – Pike County News Watchman

Pike County News Watchman Six football playoff games set for Southeast District teamsPike County News WatchmanIn the other regional semifinal, second-seeded Glouster Trimble (11-0) will be facing another undefeated team in third-seeded Caldwell (11-0) at New Lexington High School. Trimble defeated Symmes Valley, 55-8, in the first round, while Caldwell beat … Read more…

Hopkinton's Karjel, Milford's Piergustavo among locals who sign Letters of … – Milford Daily News

Hopkinton’s Karjel, Milford’s Piergustavo among locals who sign Letters of …Milford Daily NewsPlaying softball in high school in neighboring towns, and with fathers who are athletic directors, friends and coached their daughters, it would be easy to assume that Karjel and Piergustavo made a joint decision to attend St. Bonaventure. “No, it …and more » Read […]

5 Schuylkill League baseball players sign Division I letters – Republican & Herald

Republican & Herald 5 Schuylkill League baseball players sign Division I lettersRepublican & HeraldNational Signing Day started bright and early, as three members of Pottsville’s Schuylkill League championship squad — Travis Blankenhorn, Eli Nabholz and Connor Hinchliffe — signed their letters as part of a 7:15 a.m. ceremony in the high school … Read more…

Regional final locations set – Athens Messenger

Regional final locations setAthens MessengerThe Athens Bulldogs will travel to a familiar setting for week 13, while the Trimble Tomcats have new territory to explore. … Athens will play up the road at Logan High School’s Logan Chieftain Stadium against Columbus St. Francis DeSales. …. The …and more » Read more…

Pass-happy Athens is next up for DeSales – ThisWeekNews

ThisWeekNews Pass-happy Athens is next up for DeSalesThisWeekNews•DeSales (10-2) to date: Lost to Westerville Central 21-17; defeated Dayton Chaminade Julienne 49-30; def. New Albany 34-9; def. Akron Buchtel 35-27; def. Warrensville Heights 49-14; def. St. Charles 40-0; def. Centennial 42-0; def. Watterson 17-14 (OT …and more » Read more…

Campaign against Americans' sweet tooth – TriValley Central

Campaign against Americans’ sweet toothTriValley CentralThe project aimed at consumers includes a user-friendly Web site and materials such as television commercials that public health officials can use for outreach. Health departments from San Francisco to New York City have agreed to participate. There’s …and more » Read more…