Preview: Mayfield at Beechwood

Beechwood's Ethan Stringer has scored seven touchdowns in the past two weeks.

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Beechwood is still looking for its first win against Mayfield after suffering four consecutive losses to the Cardinals in 2009-12. Mayfield has won back-to-back state championships, and the Tigers have gone six years since their last title. But Beechwood Version 2014 appears stronger than in past seasons. The Tigers have decisive wins against Covington Catholic ... (MORE)

Preview: Trotwood-Madison vs. Toledo CC

One wouldn’t guess that an Ohio Division III state semifinal game between a public school from the greater Dayton area and a private school from Toledo would have great story lines but this one does. These two teams haven’t missed a beat moving down a level after dominating runs in Division II. They met for the state title in the DII two seasons ago. Toledo Centra ... (MORE)

Trotwood-Madison junior QB Messiah DeWeaver was named First-Team All-Southwest District in 2014.

Preview: NewCath at Shelby Valley

Newport Central Catholic is following a familiar script from recent years: schedule a brutal, non-district slate then reap the benefits by rolling through its district and early rounds of the playoffs on its way to a deep run into the Class 2A playoffs. Although rival Newport made things interesting twice for Coach Dan Wagner’s Thoroughbreds, the script pretty much  ... (MORE)

Junior Jacob Smith has rushed for 1,299 yards and 22 touchdowns to lead NewCath.
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Moeller 21, St. Xavier 0

MASON, Ohio – It has taken a while for Moeller to find its identity in 2014. The reigning two-time Division I state champions made their statement on Saturday night that this is a team predicated on defensive toughness as they shutout league rival St. Xavier to advance to the regional championship game for a third straight season. The Crusaders took down the Bo ... (MORE)

Moeller and quarterback Matt Crable are heading back to the Divison I Regional cahmpionship for a third straight year.

Wayne 38, Lakota West 3

DAYTON, Ohio - After allowing a field to Lakota West on it's opening drive, Wayne overpowered the Firebirds on both sides of the ball en route to a 38-3 victory in a region two semifinal game Saturday night at Welcome Stadium. The Warriors held Lakota West to 260 yards of total offense while running for a combined 301 yards. "If you want to go deep ... (MORE)

Ahmad Wagner led Wayne with 82 receiving yards in their playoff win over Lakota West.
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