A look at the seven Ohio state title games, including St. Edward repeating as Division I champs.
The Ohio high school football state championships are finally here with two teams in each of the state’s seven divisions fighting for the championship trophy. This past weekend saw some great matchups between many worthy teams. But, the weekend cut the field to just two teams in each division. There were close games like Kirtland
Defending champs Benedictine were among several top-ranked seeds to be upset in Week 3 of Ohio’s high school football playoffs.
We have cut each division down to just eight teams after the second round games this past weekend. Most of the games went according to plan, but there were some surprises in Round 2. It was another great set of games with big, clutch performances from teams and individuals. We are just a couple more
Holy Name’s 50-43 victory over Perry headlined this week’s action, as running back Shakif Seymour went off for 391 yards and six touchdowns.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert predicts the championship winners of all seven divisions in Ohio high school football and who will win Ohio Mr. Football.
No. 1 Benedictine rolls on as the playoff brackets take shape.
Avon whomps Berea-Midpark, St. Ed’s handles St. Xavier, Midview keeps rolling, and a showdown looms between Benedictine and Hoban.
Madison’s upset of previously undefeated Mayfield highlights a big week in Northeast Ohio high school football.
The biggest surprise was the lack of surprise, as the area’s top teams took care of business.
Solon beats Mentor in a shootout, Berea-Midpark falls, Glenville wins big again, and Benedictine stays on top as the playoff picture starts to come into focus.
St. Edward beats another out-of-state opponent, Midview wins despite losing their star QB, Benedictine stays on top, and a new team jumps into the Top 10.
St. Ed’s wins a cross-state showdown, Benedictine’s blowout keeps them at No. 1, and a highlight catch you have to see to believe.
Former No. 1 Mentor falls in the rankings after a big loss to Cincinnati St. Xavier.
In week 2 of NEO high school football, Mentor wins in a shootout versus St. Ignatius.
The 2015 Ohio high school football season is underway! Teams kicked off their season this past weekend, beginning another exciting football season in Northeast Ohio. The weekend saw a lot of good matchups with some dominating and interesting results. Here are some of the notable scores, performances, surprises and my new top ten teams in
Friday marks the first day of the 2015 season in Ohio high school football. The first Friday night when the lights are turned on all across Ohio to shine light on the high school gridiron matchups. Last season, Northeast Ohio had a slew of successful teams make it deep into the playoff with Benedictine and
National Signing Day is the day when high school football players all across the country make their final decision on where they intend to play their college football for next three or four years. Ohio is a hotbed of high school football talent, so many of the big time colleges around the country look at Ohio
The high school football season has wrapped up after this past weekend’s state championship games in Columbus. All seven of the divisions’ champions were decided from Thursday through Saturday night. Northeast Ohio had two champions crowned. St. Edward won the Division I championship, while Benedictine won the Division IV championship. In other high school football
The Ohio high school playoffs have finally reached the pinnacle of the season as two teams in each of the seven Ohio divisions fight for the championship trophy. In Division I, St. Edward is on a roll after cruising past Hudson on Saturday. Benedictine beat Steubenville to advance to the Division IV championship game. This