Saturday, November 20, 1999

Ohio football playoff scores




        REGIONAL SEMIFINALS

        DIVISION I
        Worthington Kilbourne 21, Grove City 7
        Huber Hts. Wayne 24, Cin. Elder 14
        Pickerington 16, Massillon Perry 14
        Cleve. St. Ignatius 29, Solon 24

        DIVISION II
        Cuya. Falls Walsh Jesuit 38, Akron Buchtel 6
        Sylvania Southview 31, Wadsworth 24
        Uniontown Lake 42, Lewis Center Olentangy 14
        Edgewood 19, Lebanon 7

        DIVISION III
        Cols. Watterson 31, Bellefontaine 28
        Day. Chaminade-Julienne 43, Gallipolis Gallia 6
        Orrville 24, Copley 17
        Poland 23, Steubenville 21

        DIVISION IV
        Ironton 37, Germantown Valley View 29
        Sandusky Perkins 46, Wickliffe 42
        Oak Harbor 35, Coldwater 6
        Youngs. Cardinal Mooney 27, Coshocton 8

        DIVISION V
        Amanda-Clearcreek 41, Baltimore Liberty Union 7
        Bedford Chanel 39, Sullivan Black River 20
        Liberty Center 49, Sycamore Mohawk 28
        St. Henry 14, West Alexandria Twin Valley S. 7

        DIVISION VI
        Danville 35, Howard E. Knox 0
        Norwalk St. Paul 17, Monroeville 14
        Maria Stein Marion Local 38, Tiffin Calvert 12
        Delphos St. John's 68, Ansonia 15

        PREP FOOTBALL PAGE



Sports Stories
Southview shotgun unique challenge for Edgewood
Edgewood flying on Wing-T and prayer
Edgewood's Osborne answers the call
Trenton agog as Edgewood aims for title
Lawrence County (12-1) at Highlands (12-1)
Highlands linebackers leave mark
Highlands opponent is playoff fixture
Pikeville (12-1) at Beechwood (11-2)
Beechwood's Mercer here, there, everywhere
Beechwood, Pikeville renew rivalry
Ohio state semifinal schedule
Indiana championship schedule
Kentucky state semifinal schedule
Indiana football playoff scores
Kentucky football playoff scores
- Ohio football playoff scores

Xavier 81, Louisville 79
Kansas 88, Georgia 78
Xavier's menu not just hoops
Not just a day at beach for UC
Bengals fans staying home
Bengals as bad as old Bucs?
Steelers share doom, gloom