• Week 7 Game of the Week

    Eamon Queeney | The Columbus Dispatch
    Hilliard Davidson junior Ryan Royer goes airborne as he is tripped up by Upper Arlington sophomore Zach Root (32) in the fourth quarter of their game at Davidson on Oct. 9.

    Hilliard Davidson 16, Upper Arlington 7

    Running back Ryan Royer rushed for 253 yards and a pair of scores, powering the host Hilliard Davidson High School football team to a 16-7 victory over Upper Arlington in an OCC-Central Division game Oct. 9.
  • Gahanna Lincoln

    Gahanna senior Camaron Cheeseman receives his jersey for the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, which will be held Jan. 3 in Carson, Calif. Joining him at the ceremony were his grandfather, Dave Morgan (left), his mother, Teresa Cheeseman, and his father, Marty Cheeseman.

    Cheeseman, Harding add kick to Lions

    With some of the OCC-Ohio Division's toughest teams remaining on its schedule, the Gahanna Lincoln High School football team knows playing mistake-free and controlling the opposition's running game will be more important than ever.
  • Friday Night Live preview guide

    In case all of the copies were gone when you visited your favorite Menards store, we now have the Friday Night Live 2015 preview guide online.

2013 Season


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Week 15



Capital | Cardinal | Central | Ohio


Gold | Silver


North | South


Big School | Small School 


Buckeye | Cardinal | Ohio

Final Super 7

1. Hilliard Davidson

2. Westerville Central

3. Worthington Kilbourne

4. Pickerington North

5. New Albany

6. Hartley

7. Marion-Franklin

Also receiving votes: Ready, Hilliard Darby

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Final Scores

Area results from Week 7 games

Week 7 Recap

Gahanna 28, Lancaster 21 (2OT)

It took a pair of touchdown passes after regulation for the Gahanna Lincoln High School football team to finally put away Lancaster on Oct. 9 in a meeting of OCC-Ohio Division co-leaders.
Week 7 Recap

Central Crossing 48, Dublin Coffman 42 (OT)

The Central Crossing High School football team rallied in the fourth quarter to stun host Dublin Coffman 48-42 in overtime Oct. 9.
Week 7 Recap

Hilliard Darby 28, Westerville South 21 (OT)

Quarterback Nick Powers ran for a 1-yard touchdown in overtime to give the Hilliard Darby High School football team a 28-21 win over visiting Westerville South on Oct. 9 in OCC-Cardinal Division play.
Week 7 Recap

Olentangy 38, New Albany 17

After withstanding a first half in which the New Albany High School football team threw almost everything it could offensively at host Olentangy, the Braves scored 24 unanswered second-half points Oct. 9 to defeat the Eagles 38-17 in a showdown of OCC-Capital Division co-leaders.
Week 7 Recap

Marion-Franklin 27, Eastmoor Academy 20

After spending his first two seasons at Eastmoor Academy, senior Justin King elected to transfer but saw only limited action a year ago for the Marion-Franklin High School football team.
Week 7 Recap

Watterson 30, Beechcroft 21

The defense for the Watterson High School football team turned up the heat in the second half and it seemed to melt Beechcroft, as the host Eagles outscored the Cougars 16-0 in the third quarter to overcome a halftime deficit and win 30-21 in a non-league game Oct. 9 at Hagely Field.
Week 7 Recap

Dublin Jerome 26, Dublin Scioto 0

Quarterback Zack Hazlett threw three touchdown passes and ran for a score, and the Dublin Jerome High School football team delivered first-year coach Bob Gecewich his first victory in the rivalry with Dublin Scioto.
Week 7 Recap

Johnstown-Monroe 24, Newark Catholic 7

Cody Workman appeared to be injured, but the junior quarterback for the Johnstown-Monroe High School football team proved otherwise.


Division I, Region 2 Final

Hilliard Davidson loses to Cincinnati Moeller 13-11.

Division V, State Semi

Hartley beats Akron Manchester 49-22.

Division VI State Semi

Ready loses to top-ranked Kirtland 10-7.
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