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Seven Divisions In Football Bring About Change For Some

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 6/14/2013

With the OHSAA going to seven divisons this August for football, some area schools will be dropping down one division, while others remain the same.

In Division II:  Mansfield Senior and Ashland remain the same.  In DivisionIII:  Madison, Lexington and Norwalk drop one from D-2.  In Division IV:  Shelby drops one from D-3, Galion, Ontario and Clear Fork remain the same.  In Division V:  Bucyrus and Willard drop one from D-4, while Mt.Gilead and Loudonville are unchanged.  In Division VI:  Crestview, Fredericktown, Wynford, Hillsdale and Northmor all drop a division, while Colonel Crawford and South Central remain as is.  In Division VII:  Plymouth, Crestline, Lucas, Buckeye Central and Norwalk St. Paul move down one.

This season's football playoffs will begin the weekend of November 8th and 9th, with Division II, III, IV and VI, playing on Friday night at 7:30pm.  Division I, V and VII, will play Saturday at 7pm.  The state championship finals will be played  December 5th, 6th and 7th, Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Canton and Massillon. 

Of note: The largest member school in the OHSAA heading into the 2013-'14 school year is Mason in Warren County.  The Comets have 1,266 boys, 1,242 girls.  

   
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