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High School Scoreboard

Playoffs D-II Barberton 21, St. John’s 14 St. Francis 10, Anthony Wayne 7 Central Catholic 48, Northview 0 Highland 41, Fremont Ross 21 Broadview Heights 49, Clay 26 D-III Bowling Green 56, Defiance 13 D-IV Region 14 Oberlin Firelands 21, Napoleon 20 Huron 44, Bryan 22 Clyde 28, Wauseon 15 D-V Region 18 Ottawa-Glandorf 62, Orrville 0 D-VI Region 22 Archbold 42, Gibsonburg 0 Columbus Grove 59, Ottawa Hills 0 Tinora 34, Hicksville 13 Liberty Center 42, Western Reserve 18 Fairview 67, Bluffton 6 D-VII Hopewell-Loudon 41, Patrick Henry 6 Mohawk 26, Pandora-Gilboa 14 Arlington 75, Edon 6 Regular Season Avon 42, Perrysburg 20 Wayne Trace 55, Maumee 6 Leipsic 41, Antwerp 13 Holgate 39, St. Mary Central Catholic 20 Swanton 27, Cardinal Stritch 13 Delta 28, Evergreen 6 Ayersville 41, Montpelier 0

Playoffs
D-II
Barberton 21, St. John’s 14
St. Francis 10, Anthony Wayne 7
Central Catholic 48, Northview 0
Highland 41, Fremont Ross 21
Broadview Heights 49, Clay 26
D-III
Bowling Green 56, Defiance 13

D-IV Region 14
Oberlin Firelands 21, Napoleon 20
Huron 44, Bryan 22
Clyde 28, Wauseon 15
D-V Region 18
Ottawa-Glandorf 62, Orrville 0
D-VI Region 22
Archbold 42, Gibsonburg 0
Columbus Grove 59, Ottawa Hills 0
Tinora 34, Hicksville 13
Liberty Center 42, Western Reserve 18
Fairview 67, Bluffton 6
D-VII
Hopewell-Loudon 41, Patrick Henry 6
Mohawk 26, Pandora-Gilboa 14
Arlington 75, Edon 6
Regular Season
Avon 42, Perrysburg 20
Wayne Trace 55, Maumee 6
Leipsic 41, Antwerp 13
Holgate 39, St. Mary Central Catholic 20
Swanton 27, Cardinal Stritch 13
Delta 28, Evergreen 6
Ayersville 41, Montpelier 0

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