While the Ft. Loramie Redskins dropped their 15th game of the season Saturday, it wasn’t from a lack of effort, as you can clearly see in our latest Press Pros photo album of Saturday’s Ft. Loramie vs. New Knoxville basketball game.
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Our Press Pros gallery of one of the epic football games of the season…the rematch of Marion Local and Delphos St. John for the right to play for the 2011 Division VI state championship.
Three weeks into the state tournament the only team to beat a MAC team has been another MAC team and unfortunately that meant the end of the season for Minster as neighboring Marion Local knocked them out of the playoffs, 28-0.
The Coldwater Cavaliers overcame three turnovers inside the red zone to pull away from a gritty West Jefferson football team in the second half and win the Region 20 Championship, 28-6.
Two communities just a stones throw away from each other met at Wapakoneta to watch their teams battle it out in the regional semifinal. And it was Minster who advanced with a convincing 31-7 victory over Fort Loramie.
It’s been three years in the making, but the Miami East Vikings completed a long journey by winning a state championship with a 26-24, 17-25, 25-23, 25-21 victory over Gilmour Academy at the Ervin J. Nutter Center on Saturday.
After stumbling down the stretch of the regular season, the Coldwater Cavaliers have their groove back with two big playoff wins – including Friday’s 43-0 destruction of tradition rich Versailles.
A color gallery of Ft. Loramie’s first-round playoff football win over Cincinnati Country Day.
In the latest reprise of the Covington Buccs’s postseason disappointments, the host Buccs fell to Coldwater in the first round of the Division V OHSAA football playoffs.
As the title to the game story indicated, it really was a “Saturday Night Special”, the titanic clash between MAC powers Marion Local and Delphos St. John. A potential preview to the upcoming Division VI playoffs, Delphos capitalized on a 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by senior Jordan Bergfeld and held on in the second half to defeat the visiting Flyers, 21-14.