|Dunbar RB Tavion Thomas powers Wolverines past Taft to playoff berth|
Wayne stops Springfield -
Wayne once again showed that when the chips are down, they still are the premier team in the Miami Valley as they were able to win @ Springfield in a nationally televised game 38-14.
Wayne Train star RB Fred Pitts dominated along with the O-Line, as he ran for 202 yards and 2 TDs, & the Warriors dominated in the trenches on both sides.
|Star RB Fred Pitts making waves for the Wayne Train|
After the game, Wildcats coach Maurice Douglass admitted that Wayne had controlled the line of scrimmage. While he feels his squad is close, they were not quite to the level they needed to be to defeat Wayne in a national game. While he was pleased with the effort, he still hopes for his team to get better.
Leading up to the game there was some twitter and social media beefing in which the Cats and the Warriors went at it. At the end of the day, the twitter fingers took the field, and a game was played, and it was the Warriors who got the last laugh.
Wayne now moves to 8-0-1 while Springfield falls to 6-3. The Wildcats, with a win, could still get into the OHSAA playoffs. Wayne, ranked 2nd in the state, hopes to get a 1st round home playoff game.
Dunbar exacts revenge, garners playoff berth
Dunbar wanted to show anybody who will listen that they are ready for anybody. And knowing that Cincy Taft was the one team that stood in their way, and with the SWOPL championship berth and playoff implications on the line?
The Wolverines know their time is now, and Dunbar once again seized the moment, scoring early and often as they turned the expected battle into a rout 42-12.
The Wolverines were led by Junior QB Jamar Walker & Senior 2 way star Keyshawn Jones.
Walker threw for 4 TDs on the day, 2 of them long TDs to Jones in the 1st half, as the Wolverines went up 30-0 at half.
And the rout was on.
With the win, Dunbar has clinched a playoff berth for the first time in 6 years. Dunbar moves to 8-1 while Taft falls to 6-3. Taft was in position to make the playoffs but will have to win and hope for help now.
C-J wins again, preps for Alter
C-J trampled over Badin to move 1 step closer to a playoff berth. The Eagles now move to 6-3, & with a win over Alter, could reach the playoffs after starting 0-2.
|Star QB DariJuan Stroud leading the Cougars to a W|
Thurgood was able to handle Meadowdale in a huge city battle 34-7. Coach Brian Carter has led his troops to a 4-5 record as they head into last game. Star QB Darion Stroud led the Cougars to another big win, as the Cougars have had their share of big Ws this season. Meadowdale falls to 3-6.
|Can Ponitz get to playoffs? (6-3)|
Ponitz continues to set records this season, as the Panthers defeated Cincy Gamble Montessori this season. The Panthers were led by D'Edgar Cooks, who was unstoppable.
Coach Jim Place has taken the Panthers and now have them at 6-3. If the Panthers weren't D-3, they'd be playing for a playoff spot. They need some help, but there's still a outside chance they can get in.
Northmont upsets the "Boro"
Nothmont delivered a tough loss to Springboro as they rode star RB Devin Kenerly 4 TDS - 2 in the 4th quarter, as the Bolts won 32-20. Springboro was ahead 20-19 going into 4th, but Northmont took control for the win. Northmont moves to 4-5 while Springboro falls to 6-3, & now must win and get a little help to make playoffs.
Trotwood cruises, ready for Wayne
Trotwood smacked down Xenia 49-14 in a "Trap Game" for the Rams.
QB Markell Stephens Peppers led the way with 3 TDs, as the Rams now ready for a huge GWOC match-up with Wayne this week. The Rams have won 8 straight since Week 1 loss.
Miamisburg moves 1 win away from playoffs
Miamisburg continue its strong play with hey easy win over Beavercreek 28 - 7. 3 TD runs by Clark & 100 yards running by Netherton basically sealed the deal as the O-Line dominated for the Burg. Miamisburg moves to 7-2 & in good playoff position.
Lebanon secures win
Lebanon basically secured a playoff berth as they ran over Stebbins 41-14. Star QB Dakota Allen went ham on Stebbins with 5-TDs, as the Warriors moved to 7-2 on the season.
Franklin throws up 66 on Oakwood
Franklin continued it's dream season with a big time win over Oakwood 66-48. The Wildcats are 9-0 & will look to go undefeated and ready for a playoff berth. Franklin star RB. Ryan Montgomery scored 5 times.