Best Bets: Cincinnati - Week 4

Zach Larkin has thrown nine touchdowns passes and has not been interceptioned for undefeated Badin this season.

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For some, league play begins, and for others, there is one more shot at a quality non-conference victory. Most schools are playing with the conference titles as the primary goal now. Some of those programs are in a dogfight for their playoff lives. Colerain, Loveland and New Richmond -- all favorites to make the postseason -- are in an uphill battle. They are  ... (MORE)

Best Bests: NKY/IN - Week 4

Teams are still looking to improve vs. non-district foes for one more week before they start knocking around local rivals. Tuning up against good competition outside of the district has been a way of life for many years in Northern Kentucky, but this season it has not treated some squads very kindly. NewCath, Conner, Beechwood and even East Central in Indiana may  ... (MORE)

Drew Moore looks to lead Dixie Heights to its third straight win at NewCath this weekend.

Gold Star Chili Team of the Week

Each week this season will be nominating teams for our Gold Star Chili Team of the Week award, highlighting schools that earned hard-fought victories. Visitors to our website will be able to vote once per hour, per IP address from the time the nominations are released through 9:00 AM Friday morning for the team of their choice. Winners will be  ... (MORE)

VOTE NOW through Friday at 9AM for this week's Gold Star Chili Team of the Week.
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Mercy Ortho Player of Week: Week 3

Mercy Orthopedics has partnered with WCPO 9 On Your Side and to present the High School Football Player of the Week. Each week 10-14 nominees will be selected from a large list of some of the area’s top performances and will be included in an online voting poll to determine a winner. The voting opens no later than Monday afternoon each week an ... (MORE)

Simon Kenton DL Tucker Mueller had four sacks in the Pioneers win over NewCath.

Wayne 34, Lakota West 29

WEST CHESTER, Ohio -- Lakota West’s defense held Wayne scoreless for almost 18 minutes to start the game after giving up 97 points in the season’s first eight quarters. But the tide changed midway through the second stanza as the Warriors went on a 27-7 run and headed into the fourth quarter with a lead they would never relinquish in a 34-29 win over the Fi ... (MORE)

Tyree Kinnel ran for two touchdowns as Wayne beat Lakota West on Friday.
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