Massie downs Alter; Kenton awaits in state semifinal
Clinton-Massie defeated Alter Friday night 21-14 at Dayton Welcome Stadium. The Falcons will now play Kenton in the state semifinal this Friday back at Welcome Stadium. Kenton defeated Bryan in a classic, 46-43.
Loveland and Moeller are also headed to state semifinal games. For all of this past weekend's scores, check out the week 13 scores page. For next weekend's matchups, check out the week 14 scores page. We'll post game sites when they are announced.
Massie-Alter will be at Welcome Stadium in Dayton
The OHSAA did Clinton-Massie no favors Sunday afternoon, placing the region 14 championship game in Kettering Alter's back yard at Welcome Stadium in Dayton. Despite Mason being a much more neutral location, Welcome Stadium was selected.
The Division I region 2 semifinal between Moeller and Colerain will be at Mason High School Saturday, not Nippert Stadium as expected. For the rest of the week 13 locations and matchups, check out the week 13 scores page.
Wolf runs for school record 365 as Falcons cruise
Clinton-Massie tailback Bayle Wolf set a school record with 365 rushing yards in a 52-14 victory over McNicholas in a Region 14 semifinal game at Kings High School. Wolf ran the ball 33 times for 365 and six touchdowns.
The Falcons will face Alter in the regional final next Friday at a site to be determined. All of this weekend's games are now final. For the rest of this weekend's scores, check out the week 12 scores page. Next week's matchups will be listed on the week 13 scores page. Sites will be added Sunday afternoon.
McNicholas, Clinton-Massie to battle at Kings HS
The OHSAA announced Sunday that McNicholas and Clinton-Massie will play its second round football playoff game at Kings High School. The game will be played 7:30 p.m. Friday at Kings.
For the rest of next weekend's matchups and locations, check out the week 12 scores page.
Miami Trace battles, but Falcons prevail 35-21
Miami Trace made a much better showing Friday night in the playoffs than it did during the regular season against Clinton-Massie. However, it wasn't enough as the Falcons defeated the Panthers 35-21 at Frank Irelan Field. Clinton-Massie will play McNicholas next Friday night at a site to be announced Sunday.
All of Saturday's games are now final. Here are the updated matchups for week 12 on the week 12 scores page.
Also Friday, Williamsburg and Western Brown saw their seasons come to an end in the first round of the playoffs. For the rest of this weekend's scores, check out the week 11 scores page. Standings are updated.
Falcons start state title defense against Miami Trace
Clinton-Massie will begin its defense of the Division IV state championship at 7:30 p.m. tonight at Frank Irelan Field against the Miami Trace Panthers. We'll have live updates throughout the night.
Also tonight, the Western Brown Broncos open playoff action against Thurgood Marshall at home. Williamsburg will also host a playoff game against West Liberty-Salem. For the rest of this weekend's games, check out the week 11 scores page. Standings are updated as are scores for week 10.
Wildcats look to finish strong against Clermont NE
Blanchester will look to finish the season winning three of its last four games when it travels to Owensville to take on Clermont Northeastern. We'll have live updates throughout the game.
Also tonight, the SBC American Division will be decided. If Western Brown beats Norwood, the Broncos win the division outright. A Norwood win would make a three-way tie for the league title with New Richmond and Norwood.
Turnovers cost Blanchester; Williamsburg wins SBCN
Blanchester moved the ball well against Norwood, but three critical turnovers stopped potential scoring drives. Norwood's offense fired on all cylinders in a 41-14 win over Blanchester.
Meanwhile, Williamsburg locked up an outright SBC National Division title with a 48-18 win over Clermont Northeastern. Clinton-Massie moved to 7-1 with a 70-0 flogging of Washington.
Runyon punishes Batavia; Massie edges Chillicothe
Seth Runyon ended up with 257 yards and five touchdowns as Blanchester defeated Batavia 40-27 Friday night at Blanchester High School. Blanchester moves into second place in the SBC National Division.
At Clinton-Massie, the Falcons moved into the driver's seat for another league title with a 17-7 victory over Chillicothe. For the rest of this weekend's games, check out the week 7 scores page. Standings are updated.
Blan looks for rebound on the river at New Richmond
Blanchester, coming off of a tough homecoming loss last week to Williamsburg, hits the road again tonight as they travel to New Richmond to take on the Lions. If sectional tennis ends soon enough, we'll have live updates tonight.
Also tonight, Williamsburg travels to Batavia with first place in the SBC National Division on the line. For the rest of this weekend's games, check out the week 6 scores page.
Burg spoils Blan homecoming; Massie falls to DeSales
Williamsburg played keep-away from Blanchester Friday night, spoiling Blanchester's homecoming with a 20-12 win.
Also Friday, Clinton-Massie's state-best 19-game winning streak came to an end at the hands of DeSales, 21-16. For the rest of this weekend's scores, check out the week 5 scores page. Standings are updated as well.
Massie mauls Tigers 62-0; Blanchester blasts Bethel
Clinton-Massie rushed for 637 yards Friday night as the Falcons destroyed McClain 62-0 at Frank Irelan Field. Clinton-Massie, the defending Division IV state champions, have a state-best 19 consecutive wins.
Meanwhile, Blanchester racked up over 550 yards of offense to blast Bethel-Tate 45-9. The Wildcats pick up win number one on the season.
Spartans strike early, often to defeat Blanchester
Waynesville scored on eight of its first nine possessions Friday night to defeat Blanchester 56-13 at Barbour Memorial Field.
Former KTC rival series continues for Blanchester
After taking on former Kenton Trace Conference foes Clinton-Massie and East Clinton over the last two weeks, the KTC theme continues tonight as the Wildcats host Waynesville at Barbour Memorial Field. We'll have live updates throughout the night.
Also tonight, Clinton-Massie hosts Jonathan Alder. Batavia has already won this week, defeating Gamble Montessori 54-32 on Thursday. For the rest of this weekend's games, check out the week 3 scores page.
Astros edge Wildcats; Massie holds off Waynesville
In a wild affair at Blanchester's Barbour Memorial Field, East Clinton held on to defeat Blanchester 28-25 Friday night. See Saturday's Wilmington News Journal for my recap of the game.
Also, Clinton-Massie held on to defeat rival Waynesville 21-19 at WHS. Fayetteville went to 2-0 Friday with a win over Bethel-Tate. For all of this weekend's final scores, check out the week 2 scores page. Standings are updated.
Astros, Wildcats meet to avoid 0-2 start to season
Both coming off of week one losses, the East Clinton Astros and Blanchester Wildcats will meet at Barbour Memorial Field in Blanchester tonight looking for victory number one on the season. We'll have live updates throughout the game.
There are many other big games on the week two schedule, including the renewing of the old Kenton Trace Conference rivalry between Clinton-Massie and Waynesville. For the rest of this weekend's games, check out the week 2 scores page.
Falcons open state title defense with blowout victory
Clinton-Massie opened defense of its 2012 state championship by retaining the Cider Keg in a 63-7 victory over Blanchester Sunday evening at Frank Irelan Field. The game, originally scheduled for Saturday in Centerville, was moved to Sunday evening due to thunderstorms in the Dayton area Saturday.
This (finally) completes week 1 of the high school football season. To see all the scores from the weekend, check out the week 1 scores page. Standings are updated as well. For next weekend's games including a huge tilt between Massie and Waynesville, see the week 2 scores page.
Massie-Blan moved to Sunday; Ada downs Astros
Due to lightning in the area Saturday evening, the Cider Keg game between Blanchester and Clinton-Massie was postponed until Sunday. The game will be played 7 p.m. Sunday at Clinton-Massie High School. Ticket stubs from Saturday may be used to enter Sunday's game.
In Lees Creek, the kickoff was delayed by two hours, four minutes before Ada defeated East Clinton 35-19.
Friday night, Wilmington and Goshen dropped season-opening games while Fayetteville defeated Clermont Northeastern. For the results from this weekend, check out the week 1 scores page. The standings page is updated with everything except the Blanchester vs. Clinton-Massie game.
Week 1 of high school football kicks off tonight
While three of the four Clinton County teams won't open their high school football seasons until tomorrow night, many Southern Buckeye and South Central Ohio League teams will open their 2013 season tonight around the area.
Goshen will open its 2013 season at home against Ross. Fayetteville travels to Clermont Northeastern in a battle of Rockets. Wilmington opens against former and future SCOL rival Washington at Gardner Park.
Of course, Blanchester and Clinton-Massie open their season in Centerville tomorrow night. We'll have live updates from Lees Creek as the East Clinton Astros open the 2013 season at home against Ada.
Blanchester, Clinton-Massie to open at Centerville
The Cider Keg Game is headed on the road in week 1 of the 2013 season. Blanchester and Clinton-Massie have agreed to play as part of the Skyline Chili kickoff classic at Centerville High School. They'll kick off the 2013 season on Saturday night, August 31 at 6 p.m.
For the rest of the first week's schedule, check out the week 1 scores page. Team schedules and standings are updated. Just click on the standings page and click on the "S" column for the schedule. Or you can use the drop-down menus above by hovering over each conference. This year, we will only be tracking the Southern Buckeye Conference and the South Central Ohio League.