CINCINNATI — We're one week closer to state championships as 15 Greater Cincinnati teams competed in the OHSAA football regional semifinals.
The defending champs, No. 1 seed Winton Woods, fell to Kings in the WCPO 9 News Game of the Week. The undefeated Warriors came into Friday night with 21 consecutive wins and nearly 500 points on the season. The Knights have been 29-3 since the start of the 2020 season, but all three losses came to Winton Woods.
Finally, Kings was able to overcome its biggest hurdle, winning 23-16.
In Little Miami, Anderson's hot start was too much for Edgewood. The 10-seeded Raptors led 27-0 at one point, defeating the No. 3 seed 55-35.
Lakota West is advancing to the regional championship game after a 30-10 win over Elder. They'll play top-seeded Moeller. Mason kept up with the Crusaders as much as they could, but Jordan Marshall and Moeller proved to be too much, winning 24-16.
Lakota West defeats Elder, 30-10
Badin is also advancing to the regional title game.
Madeira's season came to an end Friday night with a loss to Valley View and one of the most prolific careers in the history of Ohio high school football also ended. Drew Novak and Western Brown fell to Tippecanoe, 41-30.
On the other side of the river, Simon Kenton had a lead over Trinity in the second quarter, but the Shamrocks scored 28 points in the third to take control, winning 51-20.
Covington Catholic's season ended with a 33-6 loss to Fredrick Douglass.
Lloyd Memorial routed Walton-Verona, 41-0, to go to round three.
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