Area teams in high school football regional finals


The following are area teams that advanced to the Week 13 regional finals of the high school football playoffs. Divisions I, II, III and VI will play on Friday and Divisions IV, V and VII on Saturday. All games are at 7 p.m. at neutral sites. The winners advance to the Week 14 state semifinals on Nov. 23-24.

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The Ohio High School Athletic Association will announce regional final sites on Sunday afternoon.

Area regional final pairings

Division III, Region 12, Fri., Nov. 16

Alter (11-1) vs. Wapakoneta (11-1) at Piqua

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D-V, Region 20, Sat., Nov. 17

Madison (12-0) vs. Wheelersburg (11-1) at Hilliard Darby

D-VI, Region 24, Fri., Nov. 16

Coldwater (10-2) vs. Marion Local (11-1) at Sidney

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D-VII, Region 28, Sat., Nov. 17

Fort Loramie (11-1) vs. Convoy Crestview (11-1) at Lima Spartan Stadium

Area regional semifinal results

D-I, Region 3

Hilliard Davidson 17, Springfield 14

Pickerington Central 33, Northmont 7

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D-II, Region 8

Cin. Anderson 38, Troy 35

D-III, Region 12

Alter 13, Badin 0

Wapakoneta 27, Fenwick 17

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D-IV, Region 16

London 28, Clinton-Massie 7

D-V, Region 20

Madison 50, Cin. Hills Christian Academy 6

Wheelersburg 35, Greeneview 13

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D-VI, Region 24

Coldwater 20, St. Henry 19

Marion Local 33, Lima Central Catholic 17

D-VII, Region 28

Fort Loramie 35, Lehman Catholic 0

Convoy Crestview 28, Minster 14

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