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Staff Report Seven Catholic football-playing high schools from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are continuing their gridiron campaigns this weekend in the first round of the OHSAA high school football playoffs. Here’s a glance at each game of week 11. Badin (7-3) at Fenwick (10-0) Saturday Bishop Fenwick wrapped up an undefeated regular season

Staff Report There are just two weeks left in the OHSAA football season, but everyone has something on the line. Eight of the 15 schools below would make the playoffs if the season ended today and others still have a chance. None of the schools listed have clinched outright league championships

Staff Report And then there was one. Bishop Fenwick stands as the only unbeaten Catholic high school football team in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and its 7-0 record means the Falcons control their own destiny as far as the playoffs are concerned. Fenwick hosts 2-5 Roger Bacon tonight. Speaking of

Staff Report The Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s two unbeaten teams continue to steam along as conference play begins to get serious. By this point clear favorites are emerging to win each league and for many, the attention is already on playoff scenarios. If the season ended before this weekend’s games, six

Local Catholic high school football teams gathered at the Athenaeum for a pre-season Rosary Rally. Now team records for Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati have now been gathered in one place as well. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
Staff Report The Catholic schools of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati went 11-4 in opening week of the season, and with week two in the books all but two schools have put a notch in the win column. Here are the standings through week two with week three’s opponents listed. For more information on

The St. Xavier junior varsity celebrates after a victory earlier this season. At the varsity level, the high school football playoff landscape is beginning to take shape with only two games to go. (CT Photo/Karen Cromer)
Staff Report With only two weeks to play, including tonights action, the Ohio high school football playoff scene is beginning to take shape. Before getting to the standings, here’s a look at who has a strong chance to be in the postseason.