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Top-ranked teams remain unchanged after six weeks in cleveland.com state football rankings

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The top teams in each division of the cleveland.com state football rankings remained unchanged after Week 6. Much of that is owed to those teams doing little to warrant change, as they kept winning, such as Archbishop Hoban’s 32-20 win at Walsh Jesuit and Cincinnati Winton Woods’ 62-31 win against Cincinnati Anderson to remain atop Division II after last year’s run to the state finals.
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Jay Cutler and Jason Talk Most-Used Emojis and Sip on Two Beers From Ohio Under Our New Gratis Tent

Jay Cutler is having a rough week and is feeling kind of moody, but hopefully Jason’s amusing stories and a couple of beers can turn that around for the former NFL quarterback. Jay shares that he quit smoking cigars this past week, but that didn’t last long since he’s smoking one on the show today. Jason shares a hilarious story about emojis. And we’re trying out two new beers that the guys have never tasted, so let’s get into it.
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Northeast Ohio high school football scores for Week 6, 2022

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Check out Week 6 Northeast Ohio high school football scores. This post will be updated. Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference, Grey Division. Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy 22, Navarre Fairless 20. Massillon Tuslaw 27, Manchester 26. Senate Athletic League. John Hay 40, East Tech 0. John Adams 26,...
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Bowling Green football's northwest Ohio natives leave fingerprints on Marshall upset

BOWLING GREEN — Bowling Green was a team in desperate need of a big play. It was the Falcons’ possession of overtime Saturday against Marshall, and the Thundering Herd had taken a 31-28 lead on a 38-yard field goal mere moments earlier. When senior quarterback Matt McDonald lined up in the shotgun on first-and-10 from Marshall’s 25, the generator of that big play emerged. But it wasn’t McDonald. It was a little-used special teams player who’d come up big against UCLA and Eastern Kentucky, but had run the ball only sparingly. Junior running back and Whitmer graduate PaSean Wimberly broke a 23-yard run on Bowling Green’s first scrimmage play of overtime.
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Friday Night Picks: Assessing the state of play at football's midseason, plus homecoming thoughts

MARION — The state of football in the Heart of Ohio has been better. Of the 10 schools in the Marion Star's coverage area, all have at least one loss. River Valley is the only school in Marion County with a winning record after five weeks, and the Vikings are 3-2. If the playoffs were to start today, just five area squads would get into the postseason, even in the second year of its expansion to 16 teams per region.
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Week 5 HS Football POTW Poll: Who Was The Top Performer In Week 5?

Week Five has come and gone, officially marking the halfway point of the regular season. Action is heating up across Northeast Ohio as teams start to make their push for the postseason. Before Week 6 action kicks off, it’s time to take a look at some of the top performances from last week. We’ve narrowed it down to four candidates and now, it’s up to the fans. Who should be named Week 5 NEOSI Player of the Week? Have your voice heard in the poll below and stay tuned Thursday for the results. Poll closes Thursday at noon.
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Statewide high school football notes and top performances from Week 5

CLEVELAND, Ohio — There was no better way to bring in the second half of the Ohio high school football season than the craziness that took place during Week 5. Archbishop Hoban took over as the new No. 1 in cleveland.com’s Top 25 this week after avenging last season’s loss to St. Ignatius. Cincinnati Moeller, the last team to beat St. Edward, claimed the top spot in the statewide Super 25 after the Eagles were upset by Massillon.
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VOTE NOW: Time again to choose WKYC's High School Football Game of the Week!

CLEVELAND — Now that we're at the halfway point of the high school football season, we can start to separate the contenders from the pretenders in Northeast Ohio. Even with the narrowing of the field, there are still plenty of "contenders" out there. Two of those teams faced off in last Friday's WKYC High School Football Game of the Week, with Buckeye prevailing over Valley Forge 29-23.
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Ohio High School Football Poll

8. Fairfield5-075 9. Cleveland St. Ignatius3-132 Others receiving 12 or more points: Medina 20. Cincinnati Princeton 18. Gahanna Lincoln 13. New Albany 13. Springboro 12. Grove City 12. DIVISION II. 1. Akron Hoban (11)5-0193. 2. Cincinnati Winton Woods (8)5-0127. 3. Massillon Washington4-1114. (tie) Medina Highland5-0114. 5. Xenia (1)5-088 6. Kings...
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High school football: Ohio quarterback Vinny Ballone ties state record with nine touchdown passes

Ohio high school quarterback Vinny Ballone of Lowellville tied a state record Friday night by throwing nine touchdown passes in a 62-20 win over Jackson-Milton. Ballone, a 6-foot-5, 200-pound senior, completed 29 of 38 passes for 442 yards in addition to his record-tying TD total. According to the MaxPreps National High School Football Record Book compiled by Kevin Askeland, he is the ninth quarterback in state history to throw nine in a game.
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WATCH: 13abc Football Friday: Week 5

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Inside the latest edition of Dave White Chevrolet Football Friday, BCSN and 13abc cameras take you to some big-time match ups in Northwest Ohio. Whitmer was at Findlay in a Three Rivers Athletic Conference showdown. Southview went on the road to Anthony Wayne to determine which Northern Lakes League team would remain undefeated. Also, in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League, two 4-0 teams collided with Archbold at Liberty Center.
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