Moeller 21, St. Xavier 0

Moeller and quarterback Matt Crable are heading back to the Divison I Regional cahmpionship for a third straight year.

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MASON, Ohio – It has taken a while for Moeller to find its identity in 2014. The reigning two-time Division I state champions made their statement on Saturday night that this is a team predicated on defensive toughness as they shutout league rival St. Xavier to advance to the regional championship game for a third straight season. The Crusaders took down the Bo ... (MORE)

Wayne 38, Lakota West 3

DAYTON, Ohio - After allowing a field to Lakota West on it's opening drive, Wayne overpowered the Firebirds on both sides of the ball en route to a 38-3 victory in a region two semifinal game Saturday night at Welcome Stadium. The Warriors held Lakota West to 260 yards of total offense while running for a combined 301 yards. "If you want to go deep ... (MORE)

Ahmad Wagner led Wayne with 82 receiving yards in their playoff win over Lakota West.

CHCA 31, West Jefferson 23

WEST CARROLTON, Ohio – Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy overcame a sloppy first half to stay unbeaten and reach the Division V state semifinals for the first time since 2005 with a 31-23 win over West Jefferson Friday at West Carrolton Stadium. After a lackluster first half by both schools, CHCA (13-0) came out of the locker room a different team. With  ... (MORE)

Senior wide receiver Cameron Murray was just one of the Eagles to find the end zone in CHCA's regional final win.
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LaSalle 38, Mount Healthy 6

MASON, Ohio - LaSalle cruised to the Division II Region 6 championship Friday night 38-6 over Mount Healthy on Dwire Field at Atrium Stadium. The Lancers put up the first 24 points of the evening and hit the halftime at 24-0 behind a dominant running game that the touted Owls defense had no answer for. LaSalle (12-1) finished the game with 436 yards rushi ... (MORE)

Luke Doerger and the LaSalle offensive line set the tone as the Lancers cruised by Mount Healthy, 38-6.

Dixie Heights 24, Simon Kenton 0

CRESTVIEW HILLS, Kentucky - The Dixie Heights Colonels dominated the Simon Kenton Pioneers on its way to a commanding 24-0 win at Rice Mountjoy Stadium winning the 6A, Region 4 championship. Dixie (12-1), who last appeared in a regional championship game in 2004 when the Colonels lost to Boone County, dominated both lines of scrimmage to earn a birth into th ... (MORE)

Drew Moore helped guide Dixie Heights past Simon Kenton to win the Class 6A, Region 4 title.
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