THE HUDDLE: Local Teams Make PlayoffsPublished 9:57am Sunday, October 28, 2012
Columbus-The OHSAA released the final computer rankings Sunday morning, and three local teams finished in the top eight of their respective region to earn a spot in the 2012 OHSAA Football Championships.Mountain
In Division IV, Region 15, Ironton (6-3) finished with a 23.3889 average good enough for the 2nd seed and will host the number 7 seed Bloom-Carroll (5-5) on Friday November 2nd at 7:30.
St. Clairsville (28.9784) is first in the region followed by Johnstown-Monroe (16.75) in third, Minford (15.25) fourth, Piketon (15.025) fifth, Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (13.8101) sixth, and Harrison Central (11.7) eighth.
In Division V, Region 19, Coal Grove (6-3) finished with a 11.0905 average and received the number 8 seed. The Hornets will travel to number 1 seed Lucasville Valley (10-0) on Saturday November 3 at 7:00. This will be a rematch of week 3 where the Indians got the win over the Hornets 34-18.
After Lucasville Valley in first, Oak Hill (17.5949) is second, Wheelersburg (17.5296) third, Bucyrus Wynford (17.1) fourth, Loudonville (16.5) fifth, Baltimore Liberty Union (15.2) sixth, and Jeromesville Hillsdale (12.951) seventh.
In Division VI, Region 23, the Symmes Valley Vikings finished with a 15.7061 average to garner the number 5 seed, and will travel to Zanesville to take on number 4 seed Bishop-Rosecrans on Friday November 2nd at 7:30.
Danville (20.9727) was first in the region followed by Newark Catholic (18.6505) in second, Glouster Trimble (17.0364) third, North Robinson Colonel Crawford (13.7) sixth, Fairfield Christian Academy (12.1429) seventh, and Hannibal River (11.5389) eighth.