Tigers win #24 in a row, playoff-bound along with Urbana - Friday Night Football (Audio included)
10/26/2012 8:11:02 PM
By Nate Dunham & Scott Stockdale
On 98.3 WPKO, West Liberty-Salem rolled Triad 34-7.
With the win, the undefeated Tigers are assured of a playoff spot in the OHSAA Div. V football tournament and, according to the website joeeitel.com, can expect to host Dayton Christian in the first round next week.
Despite the loss, joeeitle.com also predicts that Triad made it into the playoffs and will travel to Cincinnati to play Summit County Day.
Also making into the playoffs was Urbana which finished the season at 9-1 and is expecting to host Sandusky Perkins in the Div III tournament.
The official pairings for the entire tournament will be released Sunday and can be found at the Ohio High School Athletic Assocication website at www.ohsaa.org.
The game between West Liberty-Salem and Triad featured two very explosive offenses, but started off as a defensive brawl, and the Tigers defense put the first points on the board.
Tigers get on the board first
The big plays developed when Triad came back to tie the score.
Triad ties it up at 7
The Tigers stuck one in to take the momentum into the locker room at the half.
Tigers take lead with just over two minutes left in 1st half
In the third quarter, the wheels fell off the Cardinal wagon, as they committed four turnovers, two of which the Tigers turned into points.
Wl-S goes up 21-7 on long run by Cordell
WL-S added another score in the fourth to complete the final margin, their 24th consecutive regular season win, and a second undefeated OHC title season.
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The Chiefs fall to 1-8 and Stebbins improves to 3-7.
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Riverside was defeated by Fairbanks 41-13.
Urbana dropped Graham 29-14.
Northwestern finishes at .500 with a 28-6 victory over Greenon.
Lima Perry shut out Ridgemont 55-0.
Northeastern handled Mechanicsburg 33-22.
Tecumseh ripped Kenton Ridge 49-7.
Springfield Shawnee beat Tipp City 20-14.
Sidney shut out Greenville 38-0.
Anna rolled past Parkway 20-8.
Waynesfield-Goshen lost to Dayton Christian 45-12.