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Ohio HS Playoff Pairings

Discussion in 'College Football' started by Buckskin86, Nov 2, 2004.

  1. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator

    The PD did a preview on the HS playoffs that start this weekend.

    First Round Pairings

    Division I Preview

    Division II Preview

    Division III Preview

    Division IV Preview

    Division V Preview

    Division VI Preview
     
  2. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator

    2nd Round Pairings

    http://www.daytondailynews.com/sports/content/sports/preps/daily/1107fbsked.html

    2004 OHSAA Football Playoff Pairings
    By the Dayton Daily News
    DIVISION I PAIRINGS

    Region 1

    (8) Lakewood St. Edward (6-5) vs. (5) Cle. Glenville (10-1)
    (2) Solon (10-1) vs. (3) Cle. St. Ignatius (9-2)

    Region 2

    (8) Canton GlenOak (8-3) vs. (5) Canton McKinley (8-3)
    (7) Brunswick (8-3) vs. (6) Toledo Whitmer (8-3)

    Region 3

    (1) Dublin Scioto (9-2) vs. (4) Worthington Kilbourne (9-2)
    (2) Westerville South (10-1) vs. (6) Hilliard Davidson (10-1)

    Region 4

    (1) Cin. St. Xavier (11-0) vs. (4) Cin. Moeller (9-2)
    (2) Centerville (11-0) vs. (3) Cin. Colerain (11-0)


    DIVISION II PAIRINGS

    Region 5

    (4) Maple Hts. (10-1) at (1) Tallmadge (10-1)
    (3) Copley (9-2) at (2) Maced. Nordonia (10-1)

    Region 6

    (4) Amrst Steele (10-1) at (1) Avon Lake (11-0)
    (7) Tiffin Columbian (9-2) at (3) Maumee (9-2)

    Region 7

    (8) Louisville (9-2) at (5) Uniontown Lake (9-2)
    (3) Pickerington Cent. (10-1) at (2) Cols. Brookhaven (11-0)

    Region 8

    (8) Jackson (9-2) at (5) Cin. Glen Este (10-1)
    (3) Springboro (10-1) at (2) Carroll (10-1)


    DIVISION III PAIRINGS

    Region 9

    (1) Akron Hoban (9-2) vs. (4) Cle. Benedictine (8-3)
    (2) Mentor Lake Catholic (9-2) vs. (3) Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (8-3)

    Region 10

    (8) Pemberville Eastwood (10-1) vs. (5) Cols. St. Francis DeSales (7-4)
    (2) Bellevue (10-1) vs. (3) Cols. Watterson (9-2)

    Region 11

    (1) Steubenville (11-0) vs. (4) Thornville Sheridan (10-1)
    (7) Alliance (9-2) vs. (3) Canal Fulton Northwest (10-1)

    Region 12

    (2) Alter (9-2) vs. (3) C-J (8-3)
    (1) Cin. Indian Hill (10-1) vs. (5) St. Marys Memorial (10-1)


    DIVISION IV PAIRINGS

    Region 13

    (8) You. Ursuline (7-4) at (4) You. Liberty (10-1)
    (2) Chagrin Falls (9-2) at (3) You. Mooney (8-2)

    Region 14

    (4) Tontogany Otsego (10-1) at (1) Huron (11-0)
    (6) Delta (9-2) at (2) Coldwater (11-0)

    Region 15

    (4) New Albany (10-1) at (1) Ironton (10-1)
    (3) Bellaire (8-3) at (2) Martins Ferry (10-0)

    Region 16

    (4) Reading (7-4) at (1) Jonathan Alder (9-1)
    (7) Versailles (8-3) at (3) Kenton Ridge (10-1)


    DIVISION V PAIRINGS

    Region 17

    (1) Gates Mills Gilmour Academy (11-0) vs. (5) Smithville (10-1)
    (7) Dalton (9-2) vs. (6) North Lima South Range (10-1)

    Region 18

    (1) Patrick Henry (11-0) vs. (5) Findlay Liberty-Benton (11-0)
    (2) Bluffton (11-0) vs. (3) Liberty Center (10-1)

    Region 19

    (1) Amanda-Clearcreek (11-0) vs. (4) West Lafayette Ridgewood (10-1)
    (2) Wheelersburg (10-1) vs. (3) Johnstown Northridge (11-0)

    Region 20

    (8) St. Henry (10-1) vs. (4) Cols. Hartley (8-2)
    (2) West Liberty-Salem (11-0) vs. (3) East Clinton (10-1)


    DIVISION VI PAIRINGS

    Region 21

    (5) Leetonia (9-2) at (1) Monroeville (10-1)
    (6) Cuya. Hts. (9-2) at (2) Norwalk St. Paul (9-2)

    Region 22

    (5) McComb (8-3) at (1) Hope.-Loudon (11-0)
    (3) Hicksville (10-1) at (2) Cols. Grove (10-1)

    Region 23

    (8) Danville (9-2) at (5) Lanc. Fisher Cath. (8-3)
    (2) Symmes Vall. (9-1) at (3) Newark Cath. (9-2)

    Region 24

    (4) N.Bremen (8-3) at (1) Mechanicsburg (10-1)
    (6) Spg. Catholic (7-4) at (2) Dola Hardin N. (9-1)
     
  3. scooter1369

    scooter1369 Chief Toad Fart

    I'll be at the Westerville South / Hilliard Davidson game. This going to be a great rematch from last year's playoffs. South was the #1 seed and Davidson took them out on their own turf in round one, 45-35.
     
  4. LloydSev

    LloydSev DreamWeaver

    Love seeing Delta, Liberty Center and Patrick Henry representing the NWOAL this year. To bad more teams weren't able to represent.
     
  5. strohs

    strohs Go Bucks!

    WTF is this?
    How on earth do the (2) and (3) seeds have to play??
    It shuold be (3) and (5), (2) and (8).
    That is bull.
    Sorry, Watterson grad here, just looks like we got screwed on that pairing.
     
  6. Buckeye737

    Buckeye737 Sophmore

    Well, it looks like the (1) seed got upset by the (8) which makes it look out of whack. If the (1) seed hadn't choked, it would have given Watterson the advantage of playing the (3) instead of the (1). Just a quirk because of an upset.
     
  7. strohs

    strohs Go Bucks!

    Hmm, that sucks.
    Oh well, im sure we will win, and hopefully DeSales will too, it never gets old beating them.
     
  8. JCOSU86

    JCOSU86 Go Bucks! Staff Member

    :lol:

    How many times in a row is it for the Eagles? Like 8?
     
  9. strohs agree Mechanicsburg is #1 and play #4 New Breman but Cath Central is #6 and plays #2 what the hell is that. I thought the highest seed always plays the lowest seed.
     
  10. Buckeye737

    Buckeye737 Sophmore

    In that scenario, the #3 choked against the #6 so the #2 gets to play #6 instead of #3. Just luck, but a #6 who knocks off a #3 might be a pretty strong team.
     
  11. strohs

    strohs Go Bucks!

    I think its 6 in a row, and 7 of 8.
    Including the last 2 years in the playoffs (regional finals).
     
  12. Piney

    Piney Stay thirsty my friends Former Game Champion

    See the biggest crime is in Division 1 Region 1. Imagine being the #1 seed (Warren Harding) and then find out who many consider the best team in the state is the #8 seed (St. Ed's) due to an administrative foul up forcing them to forfeit 4 games. I am sure there that the #2 seed (Solon) is happy they don't reseed.

    The lesson? Don't worry who you get stuck playing. Just go out there and kick their ass! You would eventually have to beat them down the road anyway.
     
  13. Buckeye513

    Buckeye513 Stable Genius

    Martins Ferry's on a roll. Especially our defense.
    We played Bellaire 2 weeks ago and held them to 7 rushing yards.
     
  14. AJHawkfan

    AJHawkfan Wanna make $14 the hard way?

    "strohs agree Mechanicsburg is #1 and play #4 New Breman but Cath Central is #6 and plays #2 what the hell is that. I thought the highest seed always plays the lowest seed."

    I will call it now, New Bremen, at #4, will beat the #1 Mechanicsburg team.

    Does anyone know anything about Delta (they play Coldwater), Kenton Ridge (Versailles' opponent) or Cols. Hartley (St. Henry's)?
     
    Last edited: Nov 9, 2004
  15. scooter1369

    scooter1369 Chief Toad Fart

    (6) Hilliard Davidson 41
    (2) Westerville South 9

    :slappy:
     

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