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Tristate's All-Century Team
Picking an All-Century high school football team for the Greater Cincinnati area was no easy task. See if you agree with our picks.

All-American Michael Munoz leads No. 1 Moeller
- Munoz on the spot
His father is a Hall of Famer; he's possibly the No. 1 lineman in the U.S. Pressure? Moeller's Michael Munoz says he just wants to go out and have fun.
- GCL Spotlight
St. X's Steve Sollmann has played in the state championship game. Now he wants to bring home the title.
- FAVC Spotlight
Lebanon lineman Matt McCutchan vows to lead the Warriors back to the championship game.
- GMC Spotlight
See Earl. See Earl Haynes runs 30 times a game for Fairfield. ''You can't teach what Earl can do,'' says coach Tom Grippa.
- CHL Spotlight
Wyoming's Zach Novak caps his bruising tackles with the ''woo move.'' Sometimes the ref has to tell him to take it easy.
Northern Ky.
- Kentucky's Titleland
In 117 of Kentucky's 120 counties, high school basketball is the glory game, but in Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties, football is first.
- Runaway success
QB Charlie Smith is the centerpiece of Newport's pursuit of a first state championship.
- Birds of a feather
Highlands may have lost two All-Americans and 15 seniors but it's still ranked No. 1 in Kentucky AAA.
- Beechwood angry
The Tigers, who lost their 38-game win streak in the state semifinals, say they've long ago replaced disappointment with determination.
- Round 2 for Holy Cross
John Wysong's team went 1-8 in its inaugural season, but he believes better days might be on the horizon.
  1. Moeller 7-3
  2. Elder 7-3
  3. CovCath 6-4
  4. Highlands 10-0
  5. St. Xavier 8-1
  6. Colerain 10-0
  7. Anderson 7-3
  8. Lebanon 9-1
  9. Princeton 7-3
10. Beechwood 9-0 - Coaches polls
- Top players
Newport's Charlie Smith