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Buchtel wide receiver Hugh Cade III is tackled by Cleveland Heights defenders John Miller and Jordan Ratliff during the first quarter of their game at Griffin Stadium on Saturday in Akron.
St. Ignatius quarterback Dennis Grosel passed for 314 yards and three touchdowns as the visiting Wildcats overcame a few early turnovers Saturday on their way to a 28-21 victory against Lawrence Central.
Home video of a bench-clearing brawl at a high school football game between Garfield Heights and Collinwood has made its way online.
Sophomore quarterback Dustin Crum - making his first varsity start after the graduation of four-year starter Cody Callaway - calmly drove his Middies 89 yards in nine plays, capped by a 10-yard touchdown pass to junior Logan Bolin with 1:03 remaining.
Area rivals opened the season against each other as the Marysville High School football team played host to Jonathan Alder High School Friday, Aug. 29. The Monarchs won 27-20, taking their second consecutive game against the Pioneers.
Junior quarterback Jake Kuchta's 394-yard, four-touchdown effort wasn't enough as the defense allowed 504 yards in a 56-49 non-league loss at St. Thomas Aquinas.
The only debate after the Eagles' 44-7 rout of rival Avon Lake centered on who was responsible.
Sporting brand new uniforms, the Madison-Plains football team looked the part of winners in its season-opening tilt with visiting Cedarville.
The Padua Bruins pulled off a 21-14 upset victory over Brush on Friday, executing efficient, consistent plays on offense.
Cuyahoga Falls wide receiver Dominic Polifrone catches a 30-yard touchdown pass in the end zone despite the defensive coverage of Barberton defensive back Willie Tucker in the second quarter of the Black Tigers game against the Magics at Cuyahoga Falls High School on Friday.
BRUNSWICK, Ohio Brunswick's football team forced two key turnovers in the second quarter and scored four times in the same frame of what eventually would become a 36-0 win on Friday.
BRUNSWICK, Ohio Brunswick's football team forced two key second-quarter turnovers and scored four times in the same frame of what eventually became a 36-0 win.
Jonathan Alder High School quarterback Luke Nees looks for an open receiver during the first half of the Pioneers season opener at Marsyville.
Point Pleasant receiver Jon Peterson breaks away from three Ripley defenders during a 2013 Week 2 regular season contest at Ohio Valley Bank Track and Field in Point Pleasant, W.Va.
The 2014 high school football season takes on a bit of historical significance for the Xenia High School Buccaneers, and coach Bob DeLong and his staff hope to make it a fun one.
You're standing in a locker room, staring at 40, 50, 60 or more teenage faces. The room is crammed with excitement, nerves and sweat.
All eyes are on receivers coach Bob Hicks of Dublin Coffman as he signals a play to his no-huddle offense during practice.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 01:17 am
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